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...your team mates are the first people you see after waking up in the morning
...You're embarassed to wear flip flops and shorts because your farmer's tan is so bad
...Your socks are catigorized running and not
...PR-ed can be used as a verb
...Sub 5 refers to your 1600 time not your 800
...You understand that you can run into the wind all 400m of the track
...The terms "speed", "LSD" and "pusher" don't refer to drugs
You know you are a runner when . . .
You race without socks to take off a few ounces of weight.
You sleep in your running clothes for a couple of minutes of extra sleep in the morning.
You roll over in bed and feel something crunchy. Its Dorritos crumbs.
You have a huge box of stinky filthy running shoes in your garage for charity.
You missed your train after training and start doing push ups, sit ups and sprint repeats at the station even though you're not the only person present. And then don't care when people are looking and pointing at you like you're crazy.
Awesome. I was rolling.
you have used a glove as toilet paper
you say "easy" before "ten miler"
you know what mpw, Vo2, OAR, RWTB, and fartlek mean
you carry extra shoes in your trunk for impromptu runs