Delicious is relative?
I don’t know.
I tend to enjoy myself independent of what others are up to.
But there is that one issue: I loathe large crowds.
And if everyone else is at work – well – wherever I go, I have the entire place to myself.
Even that thought stirs one with anticipation.
“And dawdling, mucking about or playing at sanctioned times, such as weekends, break and holidays is all right, but the real treat is to be derived from not working while others toil. Knowing that Jenkins is sitting in double maths while you sit in a café with a cup of tea multiplies the pleasure a thousandfold. There is no fun in joining the frisbee-throwing hordes in the park on Saturday. The idler wants to be throwing frisbees while the hordes are suffering. Frisbee-throwing becomes incalculably more delicious under these conditions.”
–Tom Hodgkinson, How To Be Idle