On your commute, find a small gap in traffic that you can exploit to get out of the pack and clear road in front of you. Make sure you're only a couple blocks from home, and it's lightly raining. Activate your signal, double-check to make sure it's a clean pass opportunity, and Twist Thy Wrist. Enjoy the feeling of your cold rear tire saying "Traction is for pussies" and spinning like a crazed DJ as you enter the gap, and treasure forever the sensation of your bike's tail end sliding wildly to the outside. In this clearly calm and placid time, take a moment to reflect on life, and if you get a spare brain cycle or two, do consider that chopping the throttle right now will likely mean you're going to be late for work, especially if the SUV that you're currently sideways in front of can't stop in time, and she's probably having breakfast or doing her hair, so she's not even aware of what's going on. Snap back to the moment, and try to relax while you get your weight as close to the bike as you can and try to smoothly get things back in order, with the bike's nose pointed in the direction of movement, and the tail where it should be. Hark! The moment has come, the bike has found her traction and is now attempting to throw you over the top. Never stop fighting. Get your weight low and to the inside, and be ready! Here it comes, you held on through the worst of it, and now you've gotta survive the tankslapper. Get back on the throttle to unweight the front and RELAX. Phew. Now you're where you wanted to be in the first place: the other side of the gap, with clear road in front of you. Not so tired now, are you?