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#Juneathon day 4: That wouldn’t have happened in #Janathon


I was looking forwards to today. Nothing stopping a nice peaceful long (ish) run.

My daughter in bed, the son wondering what his daddy (& pals) were shouting at on the TV (some UFC from who knows when) and no reason not to take as long as I like.

And so I set off, a bit of Grooving 160s from AudioFuel and some cross country to get me started & then who knows?! The world would be my oyster!
Once round the park & the off the path down along the river/canal/stream thingy (I didn’t do well with that part of Geography class)
And then I nearly fell over 2 kids shagging. Some teenagers pimply bottom right in front of me really put me off my stride. (and a jogger nearly tripping over you probably puts you off yours, if you’re a teenager shagging al fresco)

So I turned around and walked home. I think I need a beer or 2. Possibly a vodka too, all for The shock, obviously.

13 Comments leave one →
  1. 04/06/2011 20:10

    haha, brilliant- got to love summer teenage frolicking (well, not really) but funny nevertheless!

  2. Stuart Walker permalink
    04/06/2011 20:13

    Ha ha ha. It would have and could have. I caught a couple shagging when I came out of a pub at 1:30am in Italy, in Winter, at 2000m above sea level whilst I was on a skiing holiday. Yaaay.

    • 04/06/2011 21:21

      wow, that’s brave. although I don;t think I would have gone off road in Janathon, I tended to stick to the flat & lit roads, I’m starting to think that might have been a blessing!

  3. 04/06/2011 20:13

    Oh my word! Definitely need something for the shock, I’ll have some wine.

  4. 04/06/2011 20:37

    ARGHHHH! Nasty. Keep drinking until the image subsides!

  5. 04/06/2011 21:45

    I like your blog post more than any others I’ve read today!

  6. 04/06/2011 21:48

    So… When does #Shagathon start?!?

    • 04/06/2011 21:53

      no, no, and NO.

      BAD man. I am traumatised.

    • Thighwillbegone permalink
      05/06/2011 01:12

      A couple did that and wrote a book. Every day for a year!

      Love this blog post! We just get them dogging here 🙂 confuses my actual dog who likes to pop over and say hello – cue general hilarity from me and fear from mostly asian dog phobic teenagers 🙂

  7. 04/06/2011 22:04

    I hope you’ve recovered now!

    • 04/06/2011 22:21

      mostly, I’m nearly done on a giant bottle of leffe beer!

  8. 04/06/2011 22:48

    That made me laugh out loud and I had to share your blog with hubby! Do hope the Leffe helped. Wonder what the teenagers had to overcome their trauma


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