The things you say the morning after


There are a host of regrettable things we do to distract, entertain or satisfy ourselves during our lives. But it’s the things we do the “night before” that always seem to produce the worst temptations, and the worst kind of regrets come morning.

For those who run and ride and swim, there seems to be an additional layer of regrets and questions to add to this mix. Here are a few to consider. Feel free to add a few of your own if you like.

“It was only a small chocolate cone. That can’t hurt.” 

“I remember those first three drinks, but the fourth one escapes me.”

“Who was on top at the end?”

“That was a good FTP last night. How many miles do I run this morning? Oh yeah, eight.”

“I love (insert holiday here) Oh wait, no I don’t.”

“That was a big fart after chili last night. That was a fart just now, wasn’t it?”

“I better look at the carb totals on that bag of Cheetos before I weigh myself.”

“I made it through the entire Game of Thrones in one 24-hour period. But what happened?” 

“Sure glad I texted my ex about that (insert problem). That will fix them.” 

“Probably should have showered last night.”

“I’m sure I set the phone alarm. How did it not go off? Oh. 5:45 pm.”

“Bet I have 100 Likes on my workout from yesterday. Wait. Zero?”

“Glad I hit the gym. Where’s my wallet and phone? Oh God, in that open locker still.”

And there you have some morning-after observations. The kind that are all too often true.




About Christopher Cudworth

Christopher Cudworth is a content producer, writer and blogger with more than 25 years’ experience in B2B and B2C marketing, journalism, public relations and social media. Connect with Christopher on Twitter: @genesisfix07 and blogs at, and Online portfolio:
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