Don’t Be a Wall Hugger
Holiday air travel season is here, and with it comes the Wall Huggers. These athletes go to great physical lengths in search for wall outlets to recharge their devices before the flight – laptops, cell phones, and everything in between.
It first begins with the speed stalk-and-walk, where they speedily walk through their gate, stalking the walls in search for a free outlet. You don’t want to run, because that’s overly aggressive. You don’t want to take your time either, because someone else will surely take the free space before you do.
Their next race requires a fast reaction – once they spot that open outlet, they do whatever it takes to get there first and claim charging privileges. Other humans are greatly disregarded in this portion of the competition, and all dignity goes out the window.
Now that they’ve claimed their territory, it’s time to ‘unwind’ with some Yoga. The Airport Outlet Vinyasa Flow involves contorting your body into awkward and uncomfortable positions on a hard ground so that you can use your devices while charging. Very similar to regular Yoga, but in regular Yoga you don’t get to charge anything.
Being a Wall Hugger is totally avoidable with a Weego – no feats of strength, speed or flexibility required. You can even enjoy charging from the (dis)comfort of your seat, 30,000 ft in the air.
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