Happy Friday: How To Make Virtual runDisney More Realistic

Forced laughter

I’ve said it many times before: unfortunately, I’m not all that big on virtual races. Whenever a runDisney race has been cancelled of late, I’ve always taken the refund rather than switch to the virtual version. But there are many who disagree with me, including the thousands who performed a virtual WDW Marathon Weekend race (or 2 or 4) last weekend.

One such individual was Justin Stone, who tackled an at-home Dopey Challenge. Not content to simply wear a bib and accept a medal upon the completion of his requisite miles, he decided to make his virtual runDisney experience as true to the real, in-person thing as possible.

Oh, sure, you say. He probably wore a costume, got his family to make posters, got friends to spectate, that sort of thing. I’ve heard of people doing that.

Okay, but have you heard of people doing all this?

Justin Stone rundisney

Now thatĀ is commitment to the runDisney art form. Brilliant! Hilarious! And, frankly, spot on. Can’t say it tempts me to join in, though. šŸ˜œ

Follow Justin Stone on TwitterĀ just in case he says more funny things.

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