Baywatch Revisited

Did it ever occur to you why baywatch lifeguards had to run in slow motion especially in matters of life and death moments?

In my young and innocent mind then, I thought that was the most boring scene. I mean 30 seconds of Pamela Anderson running on the beach in slowmo. But now, after having watched some reruns, I thought these were the most exciting scenes.

I wonder why?  

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5 Responses to Baywatch Revisited

  1. Smek this! says:

    If only they could have shot Baywatch in bullet time, LOL!

  2. Smek this! says:

    Dude, you seem to get just about as much/little comments as I do. The visitor count may not be that impressive either. Not much sense to go on..? I’m thinking of quitting blogging in near future, how about you? I wish you didn’t, but then again I’d sure understand you. Readers have become passive; is it Metrobloggen’s fault somehow?

    • MOGLI says:

      Back to basics man! Write for yourself just like you used to do. I guess there’s no point in continuing if you don’t enjoy it anymore. Or in my case, I just don’t find the time these days to post regularly.

  3. Smek this! says:

    Sorry about my outburst. I only had a guilty conscience of your return, feeling kind of responsible of it although it has nothing to do with it. And if you got less comments as you used to, I felt bad about it. Especially, as I’m in the turning point of my own blogging, maybe. Glad that this is now out of the way, and we can really go back to basics, as you mentioned. And, we can always blame Metrobloggen for anything 🙂

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