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Pesterers vs Lazybones

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May 2020
10:15am, 3 May 2020
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Can't beat a post run bacon and egg butty. :)
May 2020
12:46pm, 3 May 2020
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Fenland Flier
I hope you manage to get out Wazelle but I've just leap froged you in the 1000 mile thread.
May 2020
5:37pm, 3 May 2020
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Just come back seen I got a good kicking 🤣

Ness you are making me hungry

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Let's see if this works. There are two groups - the Pesterers and the Lazybones. If you need a bit of encouragement to get out for your run each day, join the Lazybones group. If you think you can shake the apathy out of someone, join the Pesterers group. Every day, each Lazybones will be assigned one or more Pesterers (depending on how the numbers work out) at random, and the rest is up to you.

As a Pesterer, you'll get an fmail each day telling you who to pester / encourage / help. Do your research on their user profile to see the sort of running they're doing. Fmail your Lazybones, or follow them round the website - keep at them, until they've either got their run done, or given you a good reason why not. Be nice though, it's not a license to act like a total git, and you might find that you can really help someone improve their running.

As a Lazybones, you accept that you are likely to be pestered. But you might also find help and support from a fellow runner. You accept that the advice you receive is personal opinion, and agree not to sue anybody if you knacker yourself. If you don't like being pestered, leave the group. Oh, and go for a run, lazy bones."


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