Would you rather have to skip everywhere that you go (instead of walking) OR turn the lights on and off five times every time you enter a room?
My first thought was skip — because it wouldn’t affect the electric bill. But then I thought, I haven’t felt like skipping for years; could one skip with a cane?
My only two choices? We already know what happens when I try to move quickly. I’ll take the light switch.
I couldn’t skip to save my soul, so I guess I’d be turning on a lot of lights.
Skipping. I could kind of fake it being a fast walk at work, but the lights – everyone would know.
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