(Because some days you just need a good laugh...)
Q. How do crazy runners go through the forest?
A. They take the psycho path.
If you are going to try cross country, start with a small country.
John Bingham (on running marathons): "I didn't train all that time just to come here and get it over with as fast as I can."
A school teacher asked a student, "John, will you please conjugate the verb 'to go' for the class?" The kid began, "I go... um... you go... ehmm... he goes..." "How about a little faster?" asks the teacher. And the kid, "Sure! I run, you run, she runs..."
Two hikers on a trail came around the bend to find an enormous brown bear about 75 yards up the trail. The bear spies them and begins running toward them at a full gallop. One hiker drops his backpack, sits down, throws off his boots, and starts lacing up a pair of running shoes. The other hiker says: "What are you doing? You will never outrun that bear!". The first hiker replies: "I don't have to outrun the bear..."
Did you hear about the marathon runner who ran for four hours? He only moved two feet!
Q. What do runners do when they forget something?
A. They jog their memory
If you liked these, you might also like my "you might be a runner" series...
What's your favorite corny joke (running or otherwise)?