RIP old friend #Asics

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Asics full length running tights
November 2010 – January 2014
Taken before their time by the Shorne Woods Trail.
RIP my old buddy, you deserve it, you ran long, you ran short, you just ran. Thanks.

Please note, they aren’t being thrown away, I’m hiding them from my OH in my box(es) of running memories which are hiding in the loft

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2 comments
  1. fitfor365 said:

    I’m sorry for your loss 😦

    • Thank you, but it was a happy life (generally) they led, full of running and a sweaty crotch – death probably couldn’t come soon enough actually 🙂

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