J Wedge
 
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  • You know how to correctly spell and pronounce plantar fasciitis. (And you treat it with the J Wedge!)
  • You have a drawer full of medals and other race souvenirs that you're not sure what to do with.
  • You have stress fractures.
  • Your coworkers refer to you as "the masochist".
  • You have 3% or less body fat.
  • Watching the New York Marathon on TV made you get up and go for a run.
  • Losing a toenail doesn't freak you out.
  • You can hallucinate and get high at the same time without taking drugs.
  • You know the amount of time needed to digest food before you run.
  • You know what a PR is.You enjoy running in the rain.
  • Your treadmill has more miles on it than your car.
  • When you're invited to a wedding, you automatically think about what race the date will conflict with.
  • You're not embarrassed to wear spandex.
  • You know you're a runner when the salespeople at your local running shop know you by name.
  • You're always hungry.
  • You know your resting heart rate, maximum heart rate and exactly what your heart rate is at all times.
  • You pack more running clothes than bathing suits when going on a beach vacation.
  • You have running clothes and an extra pair of running shoes in your car, "just in case."
  • Your holiday wish list can be fulfilled at any running or sporting goods store.
  • One of the first things people ask you when they haven't seen you in a while is, "What race are you training for now?"
  • You have at least one drawer dedicated to just running clothes.
  • You wear your running shorts underneath your work clothes so that you can quickly get running after work.
  • When you drive by a golf course, you think what a nice place it would be to run.
  • You know where your illiotibial band is located.You no longer hate port-a-potties.
  • In fact, you have often been very happy to see one.
  • You've had your running shoes for three months and you know it's already time to replace them.
  • You spend more time researching running routes than local restaurants when traveling to a new city.
  • You can remember a time from a race from years ago, but you can't remember your friends' birthdays.
  • You know splits are something that not only cheerleaders care about.
  • Your physical therapist's receptionist knows you by the sound of your voice on the phone.
  • Your Facebook and Twitter updates frequently involve running.
  • The only recent photos of you are race photos.
  • You have a line in your budget for "race entry fees/race travel."
  • You spent more timing researching a running watch than you did for your car.
  • You want to either cry or punch your doctor in the face when he tells you that you can't run for two weeks.
  • You're excited for your next birthday because it means you'll be in a new age group at races.
  • You know the location of every convenience store, public restroom and water fountain in running distance from your home.
  • Your friends know to never call you after 9 pm.You get up earlier to run on the weekends than you do for school/work.
  • You know that cotton is not the best fabric for running.
  • You think of distances in terms of mile repeats.
  • When someone asks you what you did today, you respond with a number.
  • When you hear the word "bib", you think about a race number, not a baby.
  • You spend more money on running clothes than work or casual clothes.
  • The only time your major household projects get done is during tapering or race recovery.
  • People frequently ask you, "When's your next race?"
  • You have chafing in strange places.
  • You use the words "10 miles" and "easy" in the same sentence.
  • You check your calendar for races before making plans.
  • You spend more in training clothes than work clothes.
  • You go into withdrawal if you don't run everyday.
  • You wake up every morning in pain.
  • You enjoy running hills repeats.
  • You're running in your dreams.
  • You have no life besides running.
  • Your runs are longer than your commute to work or school.
  • Your running partners know more about your bodily functions than your significant other.
  • You get jealous when you're driving in your car and pass runners.
  • You own more pairs of running socks than dress socks.
  • You have more fun shopping for running clothes than you do non-running clothes.
  • You don't blink an eye at $100 for running shoes, but you have to think about $100 for any other shoes.
  • You save bib numbers in a scrap book.
  • You know to the hundredth of a mile how far it is around your neighborhood.
  • You know when all the latest running shoes are coming out.
  • You know every runner in your community.
  • Your first thought when you look at the weekly weather forecast is, "When can I fit in my runs?"
  • You smirk when non-runners ask you, "So how long is this marathon?"
  • You consider work as recovery time between runs.
  • You own spandex in more than 1 color.
  • Your watch is more expensive and complicated than your car.
  • You secretly critique other runners' form when you're driving in your car.

This list has been floating around on the internet, not sure of its original provenance. If you know who compiled it originally, please leave a comment!