Incentive Day

We have another incentive day tomorrow. They told us on Monday – this week. We have to dress up as superheroes and the best dressed team gets £500 to spend on a team night out.

Great! We all have superhero customs in our wardrobes. It is a staple item of any household, and a must-have for the normal working person. You wouldn’t dream of being without this item. Course not.

If for any reason you don’t possess this versatile, fashionable commodity, then here’s what to do when pushed for time.

1) Take a pair of tights – not stockings – any colour will do. If you’re a bloke then borrow from your wife/girlfriend/mother/friend. Men – you may wish to wear some kind of cap for protection under the tights. It also helps prevent chaffing
2) Next get a pair of big pants – the big spandex are perfect. And remember – all superheroes wear pants of a different colour to their tights. Again if you’re a bloke borrow from the women in your life. These should be worn over the top of the tights.
3) A tight fighting t-shirt of the same colour as the tights is needed. This shows off the superhero muscles. Basically a t-shirt that is two sizes too small is perfect.
4) Gloves. The longer the better. Preferably not wool. Wool is not cool.
5) Boots. Any length, but the longer the better if you’re a female.
6) Eye mask. One you wear for bed is fine, or the gel beauty ones. This adds to the allure and mystery of the superhero.
7) Every good superhero has a cloak. A sheet wrapped around your neck – not too tight, you don’t want to strangle yourself. It should be a least a foot off the floor and flying freely behind you as duck and dive the baddies.
8) Accessories. These can be a mixture or multitude of tight arm bracelets, studs, whips, handcuffs, earrings, belts. Basically anything that could have a sexual innuendo – superheroes are sexy.
9) Flashy supped-up sports car, that can also fly, travel into outer space, dive into the deepest depths of the darkest oceans, transform into a fighting robot, and sort out all your problems for you. Borrow it if you don’t already have it.

Now you’re all set to take on local crime cartel.

Published by Mandee

I'm an EFT practitioner, Matrix Reimprinter, Colour Therapist, Reiki Healer, Tarot Reader, And Astrologer. EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) was pioneered by Gary Craig, tapping on acupressure points to help a person heal themselves. It proved to be extremely effective and has been taken up by many people worldwide. The therapy was taken further by Karl Dawson who found it very effective to enable the client to access memories, many hidden, sometimes pre-birth. By accessing the memory in the matrix the client is able to identify the root of problem areas, and with the help of the practitioner address the initial cause of trauma, phobias, addictions, pain, etc. I also use colour therapy and reiki as separate therapies, but they also work well together. It's no coincidence that nurses wear blue - blue is a very calming and relaxing colour. Just the thing you need when recovering. Too much blue, however, can lead to withdrawal and in some cases depression. We've all heard the term: 'I'm having a blue day'. This is just one colour example. Reiki is a very relaxing complementary healing technique that originated in the East. It is used worldwide as an effective therapy. The practitioner allows universal energy to flow through them into the client, to help the client recover. The therapies mentioned above are complementary. In orders words they can be used alongside modern medical practices. I do not diagnose or prescribe. Diagnosis and medication is dealt with by your GP or hospital consultant. I've been reading the tarot and runes for over 30 years both in the UK and internationally. I'm also a member of the Astrological Association of Great Britain after studying astrology through the Mayo School of Astrology. I offer Natal Charts, Reports, and Readings. Please note: Tarot and astrology is for guidance only. The reading or report will not make decisions for you and should not be used as a substitute for professional advice.

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