Boredom at its Finest

According to Wikipedia.com, boredom is an emotional state experienced during periods lacking activity or when individuals are uninterested in their surroundings. I have captured a few pictures of boredom at its finest.


This picture was taken in Santa Cruz, California. My friends William Hoshida and Jamie Heisch are bored at the beach, playing in the sand.


My brother, Eric Torres, was bored when my Grandmother, Mother and I were shopping around on our vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.


I went to DSW and a man was paciently waiting for the woman he was with to finish trying on shoes. He was bored and decided to play on his phone.


At SFSU, there has been construction on a new library for a year or so. Everytime I walk to HSS I always see a man sitting in a booth, bored and waiting for trucks to drop off material.


A man is sitting on a bench outside of the Creative Arts building at SFSU. He was bored and was playing with his backpack for a few minutes, then continued to head into the building.


A man was waiting on a bench outside the HSS building. He looked bored on such a sunny day.

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  1. Pingback: When Boredom Attacks At Your Workplace « a literary affair

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