Friday, December 10, 2010

T.G.I.Farts

I will probably get kicked out of the Community Center for farting while on the dreadmill too often!

Is it polite for me to excuse myself and pause the machine while I go to a secluded place?

I can't be the only person afflicted with this disorder.... (ha, treadmillotoesis)....

I guess I never think about releasing the gaseous fumes when I'm frolicking outdoors because I'm moving and can get away from it.

Since we're talking about gross stuff, I've noticed another body behavior that has me puzzled????

This one has to do with poop. I can go the entire workday without taking a magazine reading break but the minute I go for my 'lunchtime' run(which isn't the same time of day), I have to take a dump???

Is my body so excited about the opportunity to go run that it automatically decide to flush excess materials?

Is there something about the smell or appearance of the locker room that makes me ill??

Okay, I hope you weren't reading this while eating but inquiring minds what to know?????

Have a great weekend...........


7 comments:

Mamarunsbarefoot said...

You know Shut up and Run seems to know stuff about poo.

Marlene said...

I'm not gonna lie, I have the same issue with lunch {dumps} runs. I make a pit stop at the local community centre at the 2K mark EVERY SINGLE TIME. I wonder if they know I'm coming...

One of the things I had most about treadmilling is that I'm so self-conscious of NOISES! When outside, you don't hear the little burps and farts and grunts and gasps.... inside, I feel like everyone is looking at me and wonder "Did I just let one out?" I also have a hard time resisting the urge to snot-rocket. Such a lady.....

lilmeg said...

baahahahahahahah

Runs always lead to stop-n-drops for me. And I just assume that people have headphones on loud enough not to hear any toots that might escape on dreadmill runs. LOL

Joanna said...

ha! I actually read this post out loud to my hubby because it made me laugh and he wanted to know what I was laughing at. Nice!

Lisa said...

I think the solution is to just run outside. One more argument against treadmill running. :-)

Run Jess Run said...

Hi, my name is Jessica and I have treadmillotoesis. My treadmill is located in my hubby's office and he knows to not go in there if I'm running unless he has a gas mask.

Racn4acure said...

Does that make you an old fart now, Coach?

 
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