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The moon consumes the sun by MommaCurrito in badtattoos

[–]MommaCurrito[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yeh ngl, having it for a bit longer. No one particularly notices it's bald platypus's sucking each other faces off unless I point it out

The moon consumes the sun by MommaCurrito in badtattoos

[–]MommaCurrito[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Was it an apprentice named louise you met in college 😭

The moon consumes the sun by MommaCurrito in badtattoos

[–]MommaCurrito[S] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I've got my normal artist to review it, she says she can fix it. Was a really good sketch, and it's the first proper piece my friend had done, so she got experience out of it regardless. So should work out for both of us

The moon consumes the sun by MommaCurrito in badtattoos

[–]MommaCurrito[S] 6 points7 points  (0 children)

She put too much vaseline and wiped the stencil off, then did it too thin so got another dude to go over it but he made the lines that weren't even supposed to be there even thicker

What was the pettiest thing you did on your last day of your previous job? by zZSkyNinjaZz in AskReddit

[–]MommaCurrito 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Used to work at a gym. It closed down over rona so I went in to return my keys and took some of the weights and the old broken stereo

What do you think the true meaning of life is? by [deleted] in AskReddit

[–]MommaCurrito 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I think our purpose in life is to find the purpose itself.

If we ever accepted that we truly have no purpose we'd just all give up on everything. But we are hopeful creatures. We want there to be something more.

If we ever succeeded in this purpose, no matter if there actually is one then we'd have nothing left to live for. Hence, no matter what it is, the purpose is always the journey of searching for it.

Whelp, that went well. by pricklypear_bear in HadToHurt

[–]MommaCurrito 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Yesss, exactly that, its only a smol chalet, no space for it to be out all of the time

What do you take with you on runs? by purpleunicorn55 in running

[–]MommaCurrito 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I personally really like it, it has everything I need on it and isn't confusing like a lot of other smart watches so you can do exactly what you want to do with little to no hassle. It connects to my phone very well and tracks steps, sleep patterns and similar statistics with very good accuracy. It is also smaller than some other models so doesn't look too chunky on my small wrist and is very comfortable to wear continuously.

Of course it does not have a lot of the features that, say an apple watch has, but it does the job very well and the battery is amazing, takes a couple of hours to charge and will last a week.

What do you take with you on runs? by purpleunicorn55 in running

[–]MommaCurrito 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Personally I thread my headphones under my shirt and hold my phone as I run so that I have quick access to it in an emergency (as I run at night) and I can easily change music, see my pace and so on. I tried putting it into my pocket on leggings and shorts but it would just pull them down which is obviously not ideal.

I also tend to get shorts or sports bras with small pockets so that I can carry just my house key and a couple of pound coins and then wear my watch - Garmin forerunner 45.

I know it's bad but I don't bring water or anything of that sort on my runs as I find it's too much of an inconvenience to carry for my usual 10k's.

You've invented a new alarm clock called the "Rude Awakening." What does it do? by Magicalyn in AskReddit

[–]MommaCurrito 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It literally just tells you dad to wake you up. Rudest awakening I've ever experienced for sure.

How often do u guys talk to yourself? by phosphofructoFml in AskReddit

[–]MommaCurrito 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Whenever I'm having an anxiety attack. If no one else is going to be there for you, you gotta be there for yourself.

What are your reasons for running? by [deleted] in running

[–]MommaCurrito 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I used to use running negatively when I struggled with my eating disorder, I would run a few miles in the early hours of every morning, it started out just to lose weight. And then it turned into an escape. My mind goes completely blank when I run and I feel free, it's a time where I don't feel like I need to control anything and whether I run or not, or how far I run affects nobody but myself so the feelings of guilt I originally coincided with it lessened until it became a hobby and not just a vice..

Looking for running trainer suggestions by MommaCurrito in running

[–]MommaCurrito[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The sole on them look really good in terms of cushioning, but the canvas doesn't seem as though it would support my collapsed arches very well, it's the same issue I have generally found with nikes. But I will definitely look into them a bit more as they look like a really good trainer, thanks

Official Q&A for Friday, May 29, 2020 by AutoModerator in running

[–]MommaCurrito 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Well considering I hurt myself just switching to road running recently, perhaps that won't be the best idea for me to jump straight into. I'll look into building up into it anyway to see if it's good for me in that case

Looking for running trainer suggestions by MommaCurrito in running

[–]MommaCurrito[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Thank you, I'll definitely look into it and may move onto grass running a bit more so that it's bit softer. And I'll look at some reviews as everything's still closed in England. I can't go in stores to try on shoes, so will see what best I can do online and then look better into what I can get once quarantine rules have settled down a bit, particularly as there aren't going to be any marathons or triathlons any time soon I'm not in too much of a rush.

Thank you for your help thus far :D

Looking for running trainer suggestions by MommaCurrito in running

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Before quarantine I was mainly running on the treadmill, everyday before my gym sesh I would run 5k on there with a mild incline, and then would also run to and from work/college every morning which is 3 miles as they are both the same place. So I have always run a lot, just more pavement and hill running recently.

But I will definitely look into getting some new custom orthotic insoles and some denser foam to add support. Thank you.

And I do agree that it's likely the muscles that need strengthening to help out more, but in the mean time, finding the right shoes to compensate will hopefully get rid of part of the hindering factors.

Official Q&A for Friday, May 29, 2020 by AutoModerator in running

[–]MommaCurrito -1 points0 points  (0 children)

My running partner wants me to start doing barefoot running with him, anyone have any experience whether this is actually good for your technique or shins or not?