In our first completely scientific episode, our hyper heroes learned just how much more efficient they could be in performing everyday tasks by simply slamming a DynaPep energy microshot beforehand. The results were both awe-inspiring and scientifically undeniable…everything works better with a little DynaPep flowing through the old blood vessels. After receiving what seemed like thousands of reader feedback notes, but was probably more like 14, a few things became clear:
1) The reader feedback from people who had used DynaPep was a lot more cohesive than the feedback from readers who had not used DynaPep.
2) Too many of our readers don’t have garages, or small children to teach baseball to.
So, in an attempt to be a bit more all-inclusive in our scientific research, we are proud to present… The DynaPep Every-Day Tasks Olympic Time Trials, Part 2!
Time Trial #4: Vacuuming the carpet of a 4 bedroom house (1,800 sq ft)
Without DynaPep: 1 hr 22 minutes
With DynaPep: 1 hr 22 minutes
At first, the scientists couldn’t believe their eyes. How could it be possible that someone without DynaPep-enhancement was able to complete the same task in the same amount of time as the DynaPepper? That would be blasphemy of the first order! However, after taking a closer look at the details of this particular time trial, the answer became clear. While the non-DynaPep tester actually did complete the vacuuming in the time noted, the DynaPep tester actually decided that the old carpet was a little faded and completely out of style, so he proceeded to rip up the old carpet, prep the concrete floor, and then create a tile mosaic in the 4 bedrooms of the house that represented each of the four seasons. The DynaPep tester also painted the walls and ceilings in each bedroom in a color palette to match each season. Score one for DynaPep, and get Better Homes & Gardens on the line, because they definitely need to see this.
Time Trial #5: Take the dog for a walk
Without DynaPep: 45 minutes
With DynaPep: 45 minutes
Fool us once, shame on us…but no fooling us twice. Before the scientists started freaking out, in a way that only lab geeks with pocket protectors can freak out, they took a closer look. While the non-DynaPep did take the family hound on a nice long 45 minute walk, the DynaPep tester took the dog for a walk, had him groomed, and then taught him how to design his very own Japanese rock garden. Another victory for DynaPep, and a profoundly Zen moment for canines everywhere.