Donut run

Dozen PAX for a dozen donuts
(YHC’s iPhone cut Bootheel out of the photo–it cut a few dozen out of the photo below too. Friggin’ iPhones…)

THE SCENE:
Quarter-mile, donutty-circular loop by the University of Memphis Library.
Insulin ~25 mIU/L (probably–not a professional or an endocrinologist, but we DID have a professional endocrinologist on site! #bonus).
**SPOILER ALERT** 0 Merlot splashers, because we’re not ’bout that life.

F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
VERY YES.

WARM-O-RAMA:
Nope.

THA-THANG:
YHC had been wanting to do the Krispy Kreme Challenge since hearing about it in January. It just so happened that our running workout coincided perfectly with Krispy Kreme’s 81st birthday (at least, according to Wikipedia–I wasn’t there). Toms & Gus approved it. No further excuses were needed.

The challenge standard is a 2.5 mile run, the consumption of a dozen donuts, and a 2.5 mile run back to STARTEX.

Given our 45 minute time limit, the following modifications were offered:
Be an adult and make your own decisions
Run for time instead of distance (2x 20 minute runs)
Eat fewer than a dozen donuts
Save donuts for the end

Look at everyone not splashing merlot 25 minutes in

Initially, 10 dozen Krispy Kreme glazed donuts were ordered, but sufficient bitching scaled it back to 7 dozen. Krispy Kreme then generously threw in 6 dozen more. This photo was supposed to show all 13 dozen, but likely cropped them out like how Bootheel got cut from the pic above.

13 dozen donuts. 3 dozen cropped somehow??

MARY:
Nope.

COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
Dirty Dozen: Bootheel, Ergo, Costello, Crayfish, Gepetto, Toms, Sir-Mix-A-Lot, Doubtfire, Cowpoke, Orange Julius, Granola, and Garmadon (FNG).

CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
As far as YHC could tell, today was Krispy Kreme’s 81st birthday. There isn’t anything special about the number 81, but there is something special about the way we mark time. Many of us mark significant events with anniversaries and seasons. In fact, today, Sir-Mix-A-Lot shared in the COT that he was celebrating 1 year of sobriety from pornography. How we mark time reflects what we value. YHC encouraged the PAX to reflect on what events they commemorate and may want want to commemorate moving forward. YHC encouraged PAX with 2.0s to think about potential rites of passages, as our culture, for whatever reason, does not have a clear path to adulthood.

MOLESKIN:

For me, today marks the end of a season of waking up earlier than I should, exercising longer and more frequently than I should, and scrolling through more CSAUP arguments than I should. It was an interesting season. Lots of great friendships and memories.

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