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If I could put 1 running related bumper sticker on my car, it would not be this one. (Read 463 times)

     

    Here's a product idea for one of you entrepreneurs. A quick-print, 12-volt bumper magnet printer, so you can respond immediately to whatever is on the car you parked next to.

     

    When you get rich, I'll take credit in the form of 25%.

     

    funny you mention that. I've often wanted something like that.

     

    The first canned message I'd have to display is "Put down the phone, and drive!"


    old woman w/hobby

       

      funny you mention that. I've often wanted something like that.

       

      The first canned message I'd have to display is "Put down the phone, and drive!"

       

      +1

      steph  

       

      OCD  If you don't laugh...   


      Interval Junkie --Nobby

        Why not an ePaper display; you could even have it write out the message slowly as if you were typing it:

         

        "Textign whlie drviing.  Y doo 1 thing porly when U can do 2?"

        2014 Goals:  sub-3 Marathon 

        Current Status 11/10: Back to building up miles.  Junk feels mostly okay.  Kinda.

          Why not an ePaper display; you could even have it write out the message slowly as if you were typing it:

           

          "Textign whlie drviing.  Y doo 1 thing porly when U can do 2?"

           

          +1

          Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.


          Hoodoo Guru

            If a person really does run 0.0, why would they take such pride in such a thing as to throw that sticker on their car?

             

            If it is to be funny, I understand, but in some cases, if they put it on to express their displeasure with others who do run and put circle stickers on their cars, then I don't get it.  

             

            -  Maybe I am overthinking it.  :-)

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            You are overthinking it.   By the way, does anyone else always try to see who's driving those cars with the 13.1 and 26.2 stickers, just in case it's someone you know?

            The tangents are moot.

             

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            ultramarathon/triathlete

              In the spirit of bumper stickers (I don't have a car, dislike this stickers, but I'd be tempted to put a 140.6 on).  I think it would be funny to see a calvin, with an m-dot tattoo on a leg or arm, peeing on a 26.2 sticker.

               

              I have a friend who has a shirt that says something like "You did an Ironman?  How cute."  On the back it says Florida Double, or whatever his double iron race was called.

              HTFU?  Why not!

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                Why not an ePaper display; you could even have it write out the message slowly as if you were typing it:

                 

                "Textign whlie drviing.  Y doo 1 thing porly when U can do 2?"

                 

                funniest thing I've seen all day!

                - Joe

                We are fragile creatures on collision with our judgment day.


                Interval Junkie --Nobby

                  I have a friend who has a shirt that says something like "You did an Ironman?  How cute."  On the back it says Florida Double, or whatever his double iron race was called.

                   

                  In a double, do you go through the whole cycle twice?  Or do they extend the distances?  Swim->Bike->Run->Swim->Bike->Run  (that would be kind interesting to me . . . except for the whole 280+ miles thing)

                  2014 Goals:  sub-3 Marathon 

                  Current Status 11/10: Back to building up miles.  Junk feels mostly okay.  Kinda.

                     

                    In a double, do you go through the whole cycle twice?  Or do they extend the distances?  Swim->Bike->Run->Swim->Bike->Run  (that would be kind interesting to me . . . except for the whole 280+ miles thing)

                     

                    It is each sport in order 4.8, 236, 52.4 or whatever.  I know of one guy who does these plus ran the long way across Illinois -407 miles in less than seven days.

                    FSocks


                    Gramps

                      If running were easy it'd be called your mom.

                      Running is dumb. 

                        If running were easy it'd be called your mom.

                         

                        and what if its hard?

                          Yep.  I also find them useful when driving to smaller out of town races because often times people with those stickers help me navigate to the start area. Smile

                           

                           

                           

                          You are overthinking it.   By the way, does anyone else always try to see who's driving those cars with the 13.1 and 26.2 stickers, just in case it's someone you know?

                          Live the Adventure. Enjoy the Journey. Be Kind. Have Faith!


                          Interval Junkie --Nobby

                            Yep.  I also find them useful when driving to smaller out of town races because often times people with those stickers help me navigate to the start area. Smile

                             

                            +1

                            2014 Goals:  sub-3 Marathon 

                            Current Status 11/10: Back to building up miles.  Junk feels mostly okay.  Kinda.

                              Yep.  I also find them useful when driving to smaller out of town races because often times people with those stickers help me navigate to the start area. Smile

                               

                              And they are potential conversation starters, I guess, not at races, but at your grocery store parking lot.

                              Well at least someone here is making relevance to the subject.

                              mab411


                              Proboscis Colossus

                                Yep.  I also find them useful when driving to smaller out of town races because often times people with those stickers help me navigate to the start area. Smile

                                 

                                 

                                 

                                Lol, I do this, too!

                                 

                                Around here, I'm always mildly interested when I see a sticker, as there are very few who run and I'm curious if this is someone I didn't know about.  But not interested enough to strike up a conversation based on that alone.

                                 

                                On the tangential topic of "detecting" other runners, does anyone else take note if they see someone else wearing a pair of Brooks or other type of shoe that is generally considered a "running" shoe?

                                "God guides us on our journey, but careful with those feet." - David Lee Roth, of all people

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