First Person to Run a Marathon Without Talking About It

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schmoyoho : inspirational. i’m a new man, might even go on a vacation without posting inspirational captions on a heavily filtered sunset

Justin Alexander : Next up Vegans, Self Diagonosed Depressed people, Harvard Graduates...etc

FullMetal 112 : "It almost seems like she enjoyed running for its own sake " WHAT?!

Carlos Vega : Plot Twist: She is also a vegan and nobody knows.

Justin Banks : Empowering. This reminds me of when I ran a half marathon nearly two years ago.

SycheRyder : I know this is a joke, but I really do follow a certain rule in everything I do: Before doing anything, I ask myself this - "would I still feel good about doing this if no one ever found out about it?" In most cases it's about masturbation, so the answer is yes. But it also applies to things like going to the gym, donating, owning cryptocurrencies, reading a book, you name it.

Jennifer Schultze : “Why would I have talked about something that’s not interesting to anyone else?” 🤣

tphillip66 : This is hilarious. I'm debating sending this to my girlfriend because I know she would be so pissed.

Jamie Todd : If a person runs in the forest and doesn't tell anyone... are they disposing of a body?

Alligator Uno : Next up: The fitness model that doesnt take pictures of herself

Kartoffel Kamera : She also mines cryptocurrencies without telling it anybody.

ttgk : My aunt did a 5k and we all almost excommunicated her from the family. Non stop bragging and talking about it for months

dennishamiltonyoh1 : Sarcasm is the best comedy.

B Wall : Now do crossfit.

daregoat : Wait a sec, this isn't the onion

Kevin Rey ACR : now watch hipsters talk about how they didnt talk about running a marathon.

Calamari Chris : This sad fact dawned on me the last time I kayaked solo back from Catalina Island: "I don't even enjoy this. I'm just doing it because I enjoy bragging about it in cocktail parties." And I've also gotten way too much mileage about my two marathons as well. [hangs head in shame]

Fisher Theo : Social Media is a Cancer that need to be snuffed out.

trev whit : As a life long runner, I find this hilariously arcuate lol.

funzster : "Sorry just got unexpectedly emotional" Then takes a selfie for twitter... 😂😂😂😂😂 This video has such a deep meaning though. Hits the denial point in your brain really hard!

Milo McChewy : No need to be verbal about it, 13.1 or 26.2 bumper sticker tells it all.

Deena Daggett : I ALmost ran a marathon once, like I Thought about really hard, and I Still told everyone. 😔

CheapAssReviews : Did Comedy Central buy this from Above Average? Or is Above Average Comedy Central #confused thought this came out three years ago.

Jonni0608 : Next up people on keto, paleo, people who've lost more than 5 lbs

cqtaylor : Next up, the first CrossFit athlete to not talk about CrossFit!

eden camacho : She's almost as humble as I am

Scyber_Sounds Of The Future : I once ran out of food and ran to taco bell. Afterwards I had the runs.

Jae Enceeti : This morning I had breakfast without telling anyone about it. Yup, didn't even post pics of it on my stories. What!?

Brandon A : Humans have become the pinnacle of basic.

Dear Ash : *brain explodes*

master Kush : I saved somebody's life and never talked about it , oh wait I just did

mistadreadman : What is surprising is all that running in the sun and she that mayonase pale.

becks7 : Not a runner myself but I like listening to people talk about running marathons and ask them about their training and diet. They put in a lot of effort so I feel like they’ve earned some bragging rights. Much better than posting stupid selfies from your bed or #wanderlust pictures from your last visit to the Grand Canyon.

Myname is Myname is : And still everyone knows about it 😂

MojMojin : I never thought this was possible😩😂

Big E : 😂 yes god those people are the worst

casual gamer : God , 😂 .Am feeling so dumb . Coz I did not understand it was all a joke until I went for comment section

Daayum : But she just did...

Mr Eckes : Very funny and pretty much covers the whole social network craze, not just marathons but breakfast, lunch, dinner, what the kids are doing, what I'm doing etc etc.

St00p HD : “Maraton”

Jona zzz : The perfect woman doesn't exi....

your stranger lover : Okay YouTube, i'll watch it

roolee2k : sarcasm at its best

angolangel : I say this as a person who's rarely ever run farther than a mile for a high school gym class: it SHOULD be interesting for anyone who's interested in HER and in how she spends her time. I have friends who run marathons. My husband has run a few marathons. Even as a non-runner, I find the details of their training extremely interesting because they're excited about it and I find THEM interesting. This goes for other hobbies as well. I don't care about the cello, but I want to hear about my niece's cello competition because I care about her, so what she's passionate about matters to me. I don't care about my mom's book club, or my dad's government job, or my best friend's crush, but I care very much about the people, so I want to hear what's going on in their lives. How self-centered do we have to be to only be willing to listen to things that relate directly to our own interests? In the case of this video, I think most people who think it's somehow boring or obnoxious to talk about running marathons are just jealous. It makes them feel bad about themselves because while their friend was out running 30k on the weekend, they were plopped down on the couch watching Netflix. As a bit of a couch potato myself, I can understand not feeling great about that. But the solution, if this is really giving you grief, is to go out and join your friend for a run––not to tell them to shut up about how they spend their time these days.

Tony Flow : I did a half few years ago, didn’t train much, got a respectable time of 1.22, felt fine after, and I’ve never mentioned it to anyone, and I never will, because I’m one of the most modest people you are ever likely to meet. FACT.

DrGeneralkumar82 : Vegans and crossfiters need this too...

Ahana Celestial : Who runs a marathon for the sake of marathoning?!

papillon : 43 people just sent a Snapchat about not liking this video!

D. A. : But did she have a bumper sticker.

angolangel : If talking about time-consuming hobbies is now considered obnoxious, what should we talk about instead? Should we stick to the weather? Work? What's for dinner? I've never run a marathon (or any long distance), but if someone I care about is devoting that kind of time, dedication, and energy to something, I want to hear about it! It may not be my own passion, but are we really so self-centered we can't take interest in other people's passions/hobbies and get excited for them? I'd actually hate if one of my friends was training for a marathon and didn't tell me. Imagine someone close to you starts to spend most of their free time running and doesn't talk about it. You'd have a lot of these super fun conversations: "How was your weekend?" "Fine." "What did you do?" "Not much." "Um... okay..." I would imagine that most people who can't stand to hear about the achievements of others are just jealous. Is it really so hard to be happy for someone who's found something they're excited about?