"Have you ever noticed that you can’t remember how painful it is to move until you are actually doing it? I mean, conceptually you know it will be “hard” but you never fully appreciate the fact that your entire soul will be water-boarded for about four days. At some point during the middle of the process you start thinking “I WILL NEVER MOVE AGAIN UNTIL I DIE AND OTHER PEOPLE HAVE TO CARRY ME.” But a few months later the memory of the horror fades. I assume there’s some evolutionary advantage to this relocation amnesia. Otherwise our predecessors would have stayed in their second-ever cave, just pooping and fornicating until it became so crowded they couldn’t tell which was which."