Terrible running puns revisited.
Which is why I saw fit to “dash” off a few more.
- The young woman’s long history of injuries from barefoot running caused her to become eschewed by her doctor.
- “What is your pace average?” he asked meanly.
- “Perhaps you aren’t getting enough electrolytes,” she said saltily.
- “I’m feeling soreness in my tendons and ligaments,” he insinuated.
- “I’ll never get down to my racing weight, I’m too chubby!” she blubbered.
- “My muscles feel solid,” he affirmed.
- “I’m running fast again,” she resumed.
- “How nice that this trail route has so many evergreens!” he opined.
- “You’re telling me the most important race of my life is canceled due to inclement weather?!” he thundered.
- “I hate early AM runs,” she mourned.
Real knee slappers, right?
What was that saying about how if you have to explain your jokes, they probably stink?
Some brains just work a little differently, I suppose. For example, in hearing all the scandal over BP and how they have to “seal the oil spill,” one might think of this:
And obviously, when Jay Z and Rihanna sing, “We’re gonna run this town tonight,” it’s okay to think this:
What’s your favorite joke? Unacceptable answers: “you” or “this blog.”
One more random thought: Do you ever get muscle twitches? What are they from and how do you make them go away? I’ve had this involuntary twitch in my hamstring for the past day. A few weeks ago, I had one in my upper arm that lasted almost a week. Salt imbalance?