Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Pacing Bunny

So in a hypoglycemic state I agreed to be a pacing bunny on Friday for the Terry Fox run that the med school is putting on.

Any suggestions on how I can achieve 'maximum ridiculous' and still run 5km?

All I have so far is a running skirt and some long rugby socks (and possibly a viking helmet).

10 comments:

Rogue Medic said...

Some should suggest singing silly slightly sibilant songs sporadically.

Grumpy, M.D. said...

Wear giant "Energizer Bunny" batteries on your back.

CardioNP said...

If you opt out of the helmet, then try a headband with bunny ears (could make them out of paper and tape them on)

nurse XY said...

Topless. Definitely topless.

;)

NP Odyssey said...

Spending my younger years in Winnipeg I was glad to hear the name Terry Fox again and that the runs for Cancer are still going on. I remember as a teenager watching the progress of his cross Canada run on the nightly news.
Having been in the States for 20+ years now you rarely hear of him.

EMT GFP said...

Black eyeliner can make fantastic bunny noses and whiskers that won't hinder breathing!

Fordo said...

I was thinking bunny too. If you have any wire coat hangers, sacrifice two to the cause. Twist them, bend them into individual bunny ears and cover with socks. Attach to head with hair combs or other accoutraments. Wear pajamas and mittens (for the bunny paw look). Wear something cottony and fluffy on your rear end. Paint wiskers with eyeliner on your face. Make yourself a little black nose that your wrinkle coquetishly. Voila! Instant bunny chased by the Terry Foxes.

ertwro said...

Definitely the Energizer batteries and a tachometer with your expected speed.

Cartoon Characters said...

30 year anniversary. I can't believe that much time has already passed...
My cousin looked after him as a student nurse at Royal Columbian.....

Keet said...

I love you. That's all.