If it’s hot, I’ll run in my sports bra.
If you see someone running in a sports bra, leave them alone.
If you see someone running with a shirt on, leave them alone.
If you see someone running, leave them alone.
I don’t care if it’s your best friend, if they are running, don’t say anything, don’t shout, and don’t honk.
If they are out running, chances are that they are focused on their run and won’t realize if they know who is shouting/honking at them.
Don’t watch people run, it’s just plain creepy.
Just look forward and move out of the way.
It’s easy to assume that everyone is either a pedophile or being used as bait.
Don’t talk to people while they are running.
They are working.
Don’t bother people who are running.

I was looking at the Wikipedia page for diastema and it seems like they are praised in most countries, which made me stop and think: why do I hate the gap in my teeth so much? Sure it’s huge, but I’ve always been so self-conscious about it and wanted braces because I hate my teeth so much. But why? I know people notice it, even when I try and hide it. And only one person has called me Spongebob, and that’s because he’s a stupid poop. It’s not like I’m the only person with it. It’s not like I don’t have lots of friends because of it. I have a ton of close buddies and they don’t seem to care, so why should I? Sure, I can fit my lip in it, but why do I care so much? I don’t have to embrace it, but I don’t have to be ashamed. It makes me special I guess. Different from people with “perfect teeth”. I would still like to have braces or something to get rid of it but I’m glad I had this moment of realization.