T-Shirt Etiquette Guidelines

I look forward to the day when I have enough T-shirts to potentially break these rules.

Rather Be Runnin'

Before I share this hilariousness with you all… I have to fess up and admit that I totally stole this from Bad Ben’s Blog. I stumbled upon this page a few weeks ago and have been saving it for a special day. Today is that day!

I, for one, could use a laugh today… so enjoy!

T-Shirt Etiquette Guidelines:
1. A shirt cannot be worn unless the wearer has participated in the event. There is an exception, though: “significant others” and volunteers are exempt.

2. Any race tee, less than a marathon distance, shouldn’t be worn to an ultramarathon event. This goes double for the wearing of sprint-tri shirts to Ironman and Half-Ironman events. It simply doesn’t represent a high enough “cool factor ” and sends a red flag regarding your rookiness. It’s like taking a knife to a gunfight. It’s probably best just to wear a generic name-brand…

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