When driving across Montana:
A.) Take a vehicle that is making a strange noise. It is much more exciting this way, especially if the noise is unidentified and possibly hazardous to your health and wellbeing.
- For example, if your vehicle is making a thunk-thunk noise near the right-hand front tire well whenever you are coasting (applying neither the brakes or the gas), and you’re not sure but you think it might be the mechanism that holds the tire in place, definitely drive at least five hours to make certain something is wrong, before you take it to be repaired. It will encourage you to be a mindful driver, and actively engage your sympathetic nervous system.
- Alternatively, it is also effective if your vehicle (maybe a van) is making a grinding noise when you apply the brakes.
B.) Eat an entire role of the little white powdered cake donuts. I think there are 6. If you feel sick afterward, you are probably a wimp.
Before you go out:
C.) Drink just enough coffee to make your hands shake. It’s not illegal, but it is definitely drug use.