Posted: 17/09/2015 at 20:03
I would see it as them just taking an interest. They probably know you run so at lunchtime are trying to make conversation.
I tend to get both ends of the spectrum. Either "Your a runner, surely you can eat what you like" or "shouldn`t you be eating more healthy stuff, what with you being a runner and that."
I find there are far more important issues in life to worry about. Such as "will my new yellow trainers get me a parkrun PB?"
Millsy, no! Red are fastest!
I work from home, so the only person who passes judgment on my lunch is me. The last time I passed comment it was something like "Nice one, Phil, that was f*****g lovely!"
That looks fantastic! Apart from the bleedin' obvious, what's in them?