Going to the gym is supposed to be a positive experience. In reality, its more of a passive-aggressive one.
Although not all of us enjoy a nice, cleansing sweat, biologically, all those endorphins were producing should be keeping us happy.
But, youre just as likely to see two meatheads in a screaming match as you are to attain any kind of serenity in the yoga studio. Dont even get me started on the emails sent out if you so much as miss one spin class.
Haha the gym at uni being passive aggressive. pic.twitter.com/9cy32jrNx9
Julia Lee (@jujudizzle) April 15, 2014
In my personal experience, theres nothing more stressful than trying to get ready for the day in a bathroom youre effectively sharing with 12 other women in various states of toplessness. Who gets the hair dryer first?
It only makes sense, then, that fitness facilities are prime breeding ground for passive-aggression.
Passive-aggressive gym signs of Australia no. 28655 pic.twitter.com/W0eEp1qTCn
Dean Ashraf (@deanashraf) July 10, 2016
All that blood pumping around your body leads to quiet, internal fits of rage, and these people are proof of that:
Dont even think about bringing chalk and tobacco to your workout. If you do, therell be consequences.
More passive aggressive BS from my gym. If you don’t want me playing hopscotch and smoking, tell me to my face! pic.twitter.com/bHtnsEOznn
dave meyer (@hotfiremeyer) June 27, 2014
Its all downhill from Hey, asshole! Although, Id argue this particular note falls into the actually-just-aggressive category.
Hilarious aggressive/passive-aggressive signs at the gym pic.twitter.com/qU9WG9PWfX
Caroline Juster (@CarolineJuster) March 16, 2014
Hey, buddy, I see you have two hands. Why not think about using them to kindly wipe your back sweat off the bench?
Ok passive aggressive gym sign.. pic.twitter.com/gf9XHu5pJM
Joshua Clasberry (@JoshClasberry) July 7, 2013
When they mention how secure the locker room security is, youll know they meant it.
tabarimccoy (@tabarimccoy) May 20, 2013