There’s no surprise that a bodybuilder forum is exactly where you’ll end up with answers to plenty of questions.
In particular, we’re referring to men with muscle who simply can’t seem to agree with anything. Whether it’s the ultimate lean meal diet plan or the workout for days, expect them to differ.
As far as stereotypical notions are concerned, you’ll find bodybuilders notorious for a number of things. They’re giant, mean, and can’t seem to agree on one simple thing. You may talk about the easiest thing in the world and still have them disagreeing by all means.
Just in case you fail to believe us, we’re coming up with a consensus to solve the matter, once and for all. And until then, here is a prime example of what we really mean.
How many days are there in a week?
We went right back to the forum to see what the real deal was all about. And needless to say, we were very right. These men with muscle couldn’t even agree on how many days there are in a week. How’s that for shocking?
But why not? Is math that tough? Perhaps the logic isn’t something that they’re familiar with either. On the whole, we sat down to understand the mystery. And some of the responses that we got were hilarious.
Tuning into the famous bodybuilder forum circa 2008, we watched some great thinkers work their rhetorical magic.
A closer look at the bodybuilder forum
One member from the star bodybuilder forum inquired about what would happen if he went to the gym for training, every other day. And for him, he counted it as 4 to 5 times. But again, he questioned if that would be considered as overtraining?
Imagine, that was all it took to begin a debate of a whole new kind.One member rightly asked what was going on.
If you go to the gym, every other day, that doesn’t count as 4 or 5 times.Moreover, he wondered again because there are only 7 days in the week. So what was really wrong over here? Had the other member forgotten his numbers or did he simply lose track?
‘That makes no sense, whatsoever,’ he replied. And then he backed up his comment with, ‘there are only 7 days in a week.’ Hence, if you land at the gym, on alternate days, you’ll be there for 3.5 days.
Say hello to the dumb bro-train
If you’re on the search for some real dumb bro-train entertainment, look no further.
One bodybuilder forum member, called TheJosh, entered with another bang.No matter how hard you try or how many times you repeat the same thing, he will stick to his gut feeling on how many days he thinks there are in a week.
For him, the notion that a week comprises 7 days is just too much to comprehend.
Just the odd number of 7 doesn’t exist in his books.And just in case that wasn’t funny enough, Josh’s overconfidence is totally commendable. He is thoroughly convinced that 5 pages of pure arguments and uttering nonsense over the number of days in a week makes no difference.
He is the only lone, smart bodybuilder forum member. And there’s no arguing about the notion whatsoever. Oh, how these bodybuilders tend to get too cocky.
It’s definitely a case of all muscles and simply no brains.
The baseless argument continues
Josh didn’t fail to show that he seriously lacks some basic brain cells. From drawing a calendar to prove his ridiculous points to being even more wrong, the member was well on his way to stupidity.
Clearly, he went wrong in showing others how he ‘didn’t double-count Sundays.’ And that was enough to prove his very own argument as wrong.
Nevertheless, this case is another prime example that in Josh’s world, math and calendars revolve around his own sweet bubble mind. And it’s all very different from how they function in reality.
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