Hike’s Dictionary: 5 Minutes

August 3, 2012 § Leave a comment

fahyv-min-its – (noun) A very, very, very long time. Let’s swim for 5 minutes.

Note: It is inconceivable to swim for longer than 5 minutes. 5 minutes is the longest possible amount of time that exists. Any attempt to suggest a 20 or 45-minute swim will be either: 1) disregarded or 2) corrected (no, 5 minutes.)

Also note: This amount of time should not be confused with the more commonly known block of time that consumes 1/12th of an hour. If a swimming session concludes after just 1/12th of an hour, Hiram will become incredulous.

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