Please accept my sincere apologies for not properly calling "You People" out when I passed you while I was running a few weeks ago.
I consider myself a SHINING example of the ART of using proper run etiquette. For me to have missed an opportunity to call You People out in a loud early morning mock-up of good cheer is very unlike me. very.
I can appreciate that it must have been devastating for You People.
Please allow me to recommend a good Therapist to help you overcome the rejection.
And, not to make excuses, but I think I know the source of the problem....
Have you ever run into someone you run with, near, or past at a social event and not recognized them? It happens to me all the time.
When I run, I wear outfits that look like this....
and because my uniform is so well known, my
But when people run into me wearing "real clothes", they don't usually know what to think. Occasionally they've been known to walk right past me without even saying "hello".
Well, "Those People", when "Us People" ran past you the other day, you looked like a group of runners who were familiar but unknown to me. So I believe I gave the standard low key 3/4 wave and nod, but I guess "You People" didn't see it....
The problem being, when you're The Richmond Elites known for running around RVA in black shorts and running shoes and nothing else, you're completely unrecognizable wearing clothing....
(Huh, that sounded so much less interesting in my head...)
|Bray modeling the new|
because now that the weather has turned, he's wearing a shirt....
So I don't want to make excuses for my etiquette fail, because I usually wave at all runners. I will do my best to modify my behavior. And, to be clear, I appreciate the efforts You People have gone through to ensure that You will not be denied a GBA_gf greeting with the adoption of your new Uniform.
Of course, I fully recognize that You People were so inspired by my Dress Code Rules that you selected an appropriate and ~epic~ Uniform of your own.
In the mean time, again, please accept my very sincere apologies.
I promise, you will not escape unnoticed again.
|and yes, the|
new uniform rules.