Thought I'd stick this here as there's probably been some kind of comics-based answer over the years. If you have super speed then presumably your preception is everything else is moving really slow, right? My question is that whenever you see someone with super speed powers do something like run great distances very fast or clean a really messy room in five seconds what do they experience? To themselves they're doing it all at normal speed, yes? They still have to run that distance or clean that room or dismantle that about-to-fire Doom Ray. They just have lots more time left after they've finished. I was just walking home earlier and it was taking forever and I suddenly wished I had super speed. But then I realised I'd still have to run the distance and put one foot in front of the other to get home. Sure it would be a great time-saver, but not actually reduce or ease the workload or effort. Is all that correct? Has this been addressed in The Flash or Superman or other speedy characters?