How to pick up running chicks? (Read 891 times)


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    I coached boys CC for one season and then picked up the CC coach for the girls team.  Now were married.  Try that angle.

     

    I coached track, and ended up marrying the cross-country coach.

      I didn't notice that running barefoot made the chicks flock to me, so I switched to the suave and stylish Vibrams.  Huh, they're still not flocking. Confused

       

      If you have bird legs, wearing Vibrams only makes matters worse.  And I didn't even mean for that to tie-in with the poultry theme.

       

      Ronny, if you are not a troll, try this:  That's really cool how you did your hair for the race.  It looks really (cute, if short) / (pretty, if long and/or braided).  I've never met a girl between the ages of 13 and 103 that wasn't obsessed with her hair in some way.  And don't forget that blondes have more fun.

      2013 H1:  7 hours/week base.  Q3: Train for goal race.  Q4:  Goal Race.


      Maggie & Molly

        fun reading but definately trolling.....

         "It does not matter how slow you go so long as you do not stop."
        Wisdom of Confucius

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          #dontbethesociallyawkwardstereotypicalrunner

            I think that you should lead by listing all your PRs. Then you should give all your excuses as to why you could have run faster.

            RunnerRonny


              So if I do find a chick to run with should I just talk about how much faster and further  I can run than them, then spend the rest of the time talking about how good I am?

              RunnerRonny


                This isn't a troll btw, it for real, I can't find a nice lady to run with.


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                  This isn't a troll btw, it for real, I can't find a nice lady to run with.

                  Speaking as someone who has not tried to find women for the past 30 years... you're trying too hard. Just be yourself. And maybe make a bit of an effort to make yourself someone women might find more appealing... e.g., probably best not to call them "chicks".

                   

                  Oh, and it doesn't hurt to run in a g-string once in a while.

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                    If it is an improperly fitted g string, it might hurt.

                     

                    RunnerRonny


                      Ok so G-string, sound good guys, keep em coming.

                        If it is an improperly fitted g string, it might hurt.

                         

                        Yes. Always request a professional fitting.

                          I've been out of the meeting/dating scene for a LONG time, so maybe I'm not the best person to be giving advice on the subject. I'm pretty sure, though, that if some guy approached me during a run and struck up a conversation, I'd be a little creeped out. If he had on a g-string, properly fitting or not, I'd have my pepper spray in hand and ready. But maybe that's just how they're doing it these days. Smile


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                             if some guy approached me during a run and struck up a conversation, I'd be a little creeped out. If he had on a g-string, properly fitting or not, I'd have my pepper spray in hand and ready. But maybe that's just how they're doing it these days. Smile

                             

                            Where is a guy supposed to just strike up conversation with you that you won't be creeped out?  I can't understand why two runners couldn't talk while out for a run, meeting in the sneaker store or at a race.  Would you be creeped out if it was a girl that talks to you?

                               

                              Where is a guy supposed to just strike up conversation with you that you won't be creeped out?  I can't understand why two runners couldn't talk while out for a run, meeting in the sneaker store or at a race.  Would you be creeped out if it was a girl that talks to you?

                              Going by my limited experience...while on a run is probably not a good idea, mostly because not all guys are innocent in their intentions.  There is a fairly limited chance of a gal raping/beating up a gal though.

                              However, if a guy started to talk to me in a store or at a race, I'd be ok because there are others around, thus the chances of being harmed are significantly reduced.  If the guy seems to be a genuinly nice guy (aka no calling us "chicks," bragging about his PR's, etc.) I might even agree to meet him for a coffee.

                              'No matter how slow you go, you're still lapping everyone on the couch'

                               

                              "Running is a big question mark that's there each and every day. It asks you, 'Are you going to be a wimp or are you going to be strong today?'"  - Peter Maher

                               

                              "Running long and hard is an ideal antidepressant, since it's hard to run and feel sorry for yourself at the same time. Also, there are those hours of clearheadedness that follow a long run."  -Monte Davis


                              Brains aint me forte

                                I think the best approach is for you to wait in the park for a real pretty running chick to come by all alone and follow her.   You should follow her all the way home so you can ask her out when she's finished with her run. Interrupting her run would be rude and runner chicks HATE rude guys.  Make sure to follow her real close, within 15 feet max, so you don't lose her.

                                 

                                Your best bet is to make sure you are NOT wearing any running apparel when you do this.  Instead, you should wear blue jean cut-off's and a blue blazer with brass buttons. That way if you get called into court for trespassing or something then you'll look your best.

                                 

                                FYI, runner chicks don't really go for runner dudes you know.  They get all intimidated by our PR's and 5K times and stuff.

                                 

                                Cheers!

                                 "Address the process rather than the outcome.
                                Then, the outcome becomes more likely." - Robert Fripp