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Running etiquette (Read 305 times)

    Discussed in another forum but I thought I would post here

     

    This is a question of etiquette whilst running (if there is such a thing)

     

     

    Question 1

    When out running, trail or road, if another runner stops at a muddy puddle to negotiate it, is it good etiquette for another runner to shove or push the other runner into the said puddle?

    Question 2


    Having pushed said runner into the muddy puddle, is it good etiquette for the pusher to then point at the now muddy pushee and scream with manic laughter "You knew I would do that"
     
    Just wondering

    Jerry
    A runners blog-updated daily

      Discussed in another forum but I thought I would post here

       

      This is a question of etiquette whilst running (if there is such a thing)

       

       

      Question 1

      When out running, trail or road, if another runner stops at a muddy puddle to negotiate it, is it good etiquette for another runner to shove or push the other runner into the said puddle?

      Question 2


      Having pushed said runner into the muddy puddle, is it good etiquette for the pusher to then point at the now muddy pushee and scream with manic laughter "You knew I would do that"
       
      Just wondering

       

       

      I guess it depends if that guy is a buddy (probably drunk buddy) of yours.  If you dont know him then I would go with no.  If he's a friend of yours, I would go with a Yes.

      Gig


        Is this something you're planning for the next time it rains. I say go for it. You'll be doing the potential pushee a favor. Mud is exfoliating, after all.


        just a simple cat

          ....mmmmm..mental note to self..don't run with Jerry...

           

          I  guess as you get more bodacious, you begin to lose more brain cells, because there is a limit to how much magnificence your body can house