So does a nice comfy feather bed. Looks aren’t ALWAYS deceiving!
What is judgy about a star runner in a turkey suit?
Last run I did, my goal was to beat the guy in a Gumby suit.
He was surprisingly quick, and I only got him with about 3km to go.
I don’t remember my fastest times, but I still usually get to the frig before the door closes.
A leaf pile can be a soft thing to land in, just need a big enough pile.
What’s the right word to use to describe a guy who told us yesterday that more than half of the people on earth are dupes who believe in myths because they’re not smart enough to question them?
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As best I can remember, I’ve never been trolled by an All-American in a costume, but I distinctly remember running a pretty respectable time in a popular 10-miler and finishing behind a dude who juggled the whole way.
I guess that’s one more thing in triathlon’s favor: It’s tough to find a costume or concoct a stunt that holds up through a swim AND a bike AND a run. You just have to compete with people in triathlon clothing, which admittedly doesn’t look a whole lot less ridiculous than a bird suit, though it is more functional. And you’re wearing it, too.
Or there’s open-water swimming, where (in the original and enduring version of the sport, albeit one under siege by neoprene-skinned triathlon expats) you’re wearing a swim cap, goggles and a simple, minimal swimsuit. In which I’ve seen myself. That isn’t necessarily flattering, either.
July 31, 2013