You know you're a runner when...
you wear your running watch even when you're not running. ("It matches, right?")
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.
your physical therapist's receptionist knows you by the sound of your voice on the phone.
you know where exactly one mile from your front door is (in any direction).
you know how to correctly spell and pronounce plantar fasciitis.
you own more pairs of running socks than dress socks.
you've perfected the art of snot rockets.
you have more fun shopping for running clothes than you do non-running clothes.
when you hear PR, you automatically think "personal record", not "public relations".
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 several drawers dedicated to running shirts.
you get excited when the new Runner's World comes in the mail.
your Facebook or Twitter updates frequently involve running.
your only recent photos of you alone are race photos.
you always have your next race on the calendar.
your runs are sometimes longer than your commute to work or school.
your running partners know more about your bodily functions than your significant other.
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