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The perfect shirt for runners and potty trainees everywhere

Y'all love some fry sauce. Or are at least willing to try it. Or have tried it, unaware that it was fry sauce. Now I just need to resist a trip to In-N-Out, because I don't think that is the best fuel for tomorrow's long run.

I'm hoping the long run goes much better than last night's speedwork, which kicked my booty. I got all six 800s done and called it good at five miles. It was almost 10 pm, and I was beat. So I read some blogs while I drank my chocolate milk, showered and went to bed.

I think the fact that I am running to and meeting my family at a water park tomorrow morning should keep me motivated. And since my boring little run won't really be Twitter worthy, here's something that is: Mike's 20in24.

And before I call it the weekend and order my new pre-long-run pasta take-out, here's an ad I saw today that made me think of Beth. And runners everywhere. And my recently potty trained daughter. Because this is indeed an important event.


  1. HA! I would wear that shirt. Every day you poop is a good day!

  2. That shirt is hysterical! Which water park you running to?

  3. I hope your long run goes better than mine this morning. There was a lot of run/walking and it was not fun!

    That shirt is amazing!

  4. I love that shirt! How funny!!! I've never had In-N-Out burger but I've heard great things!!

  5. Being a runner and dad with kids I concur...LOVE that shirt. Hilarious.

  6. I've tried the In-N-Out before a long run. Once.

    Lesson learned.

  7. Nice shirt!!!!!
    What a pity I don't know what an In-N-Out is! I think I have to travel more to learn something.

  8. Nice shirt!

    Dad Wonder misses fry sauce. We would go to Warren's like once a week so that he could have his fry sauce. Me, not so much. He also misses Crown Burger - I think it was pastrami that they would put on top of the burger. I can't recall, but needless to say, we have lots of food memories from UT. Obviously, pre-running days. :)

  9. I'm a label? When did I become a label?

    Are you expecting your male readers to even notice the graphic and phrase on that shirt?


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