We all had dreams growing up, right? Dreams about what we wanted to do or be when we became adults. The traditional ones you always hear listed as examples are doctor or lawyer or astronaut. We create these dreams in our minds and we start working towards that dream job at a young age. For example, I wanted to be a professional football player, either a linebacker or a fullback. I looked up to guys like Derrick Brooks and Mike Alstott*. I loved football so much that I practiced every single waking hour of every single day. I watched as much football as I possibly could to learn everything I could. It obviously didn't end up working out as I'm now a smut blogger but it was my dream.
Anyway. Not everyone's dreams are as mainstream as a doctor or a lawyer or a professional football player. Some people have stranger dreams and that brings us to the fella above. While all the other kids in school had "normal" dreams that guy had dreams of being the one and only Mr. Clean. There's nothing wrong with wanting to be Mr. Clean when you grow up, just like there's nothing wrong with wanting to be a doctor. Different people want different things. That guy's dream of being Mr. Clean was likely laughed at and smothered by friends and school counselors but now that we're in the middle of a quarantine? He can live out his dream of being Mr. Clean 24/7 and I'm happy for him.
*Why two Tampa Buccaneers players, you might be asking? Well when I played youth football the teams in the league were based off NFL franchises and we were the Bucs so I became obsessed with their players, Brooks and Alstott in particular