Inevitably, when you are describing a groovy thing to a group of people there will be someone present who asks you, "But what's the point of that? What's it good for." To which I always want to retort (even if it's someone who I like), "What's the point of you? What are you good for?" And I curb the urge to stick out my tongue and then moon them.
Can you not just take in the utter grooviness of the thing? Can't that be the point and an end in itself?
Utilitarians make me bonkers.