5 Your secret afternoon nap
Everyone gets to that point at work when they hit a wall. The people at “œ5-Hour Energy”have even devoted an entire ad campaign to it, dubbed “œthat 2:30 feeling.”Usually, like any good employee, you grab a coffee and power through it, but sometimes, you’re just straight up exhausted. And while you may think that putting in ten years at the company gives you the right to sneak out to your car once or twice a week for a quick spell of shut-eye, your boss would probably strongly disagree.
4 That car you hit in the mall parking lot
Yeah, you’re supposed to leave a note with your information, but that is a barely noticeable, tiny little ding! And maybe if that guy didn’t want his precious truck to get hit he shouldn’t have done such a horrendous job parking. If you’re over the line, you rick getting hit, buddy! That’s how it works. Uh-oh, what’s that buzzing overhead? It’s Big Brother telling you that if you don’t do the “œright thing”you’ll be hauled off to jail in a matter of hours. Not cool.
3 That thing you do to your dog
Relax, this isn’t about some sick, peanut butter-related thing you do to some poor puppy””just about the harmless, innocent way you mess with your loyal companion. Maybe you do the old laser pointer on the wall trick. Or you pretend to throw his favorite ball but secretly hold onto it. Or once in a while you feed him a lemon slice because you like the funny face he makes when he eats it. It’s all in good fun, but drone footage could soon have PETA climbing up your behind for it.
2 You pick your nose”¦ a lot
Be honest, every time you’re pretty sure that no one is looking, that finger takes at least a quick trip up your nose to see what’s going on. Regardless of where you are, it’s happening. Whether you’re sitting in traffic, sitting on the toilet, or sitting through what seems like a longer than usual funeral, you’re checking out what kind of nose candy you’re working with. Well thanks to drones, your private picking could now be on public display at all times.
1 Your secret terrible taste in music
Everybody does it; once in while, you absolutely rock out alone in your car to songs that you would never publicly admit you’ve ever even heard of. How can you be comfortable knowing that a drone could be following closely overhead, taking in your supposedly private performance? That uninhibited rendition of “œAll the Single Ladies”is supposed to be just for you, not broadcasted back to some tech jerks at the Pentagon betting on whether or not you’ll do the dance too.