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James McDonald, the man who ran like a penis on Facebook

A local man, who had downloaded the MapMyRun app for his iPhone this week, went for a run in the vague shape of a human penis in the hope that Facebook would pictorially document his run in as close to the shape of a cock as possible.

The run, which lasted 33 minutes and 5 seconds was the first time that James McDonald had used the app, and had been aware that he was setting himself up for not only a physical challenge but also one of intense geometric focus and visualization.

Upon completing his run and checking his iphone, McDonald was pleased to see that he had managed to successfully outline the curve of two nicely sized testicles and a decently headed penis, after the app posted the exact graphic representation of the run he had just taken.

running in the shape of a penis

“I figured if I could navigate around that grassy knoll over there and continue on up the street, that would take care of the balls and one side of the shaft.”

As friends and acquaintances checked their news feeds and discovered the diagram of the penis shaped run shared by the app on Facebook, McDonald knew that he had indeed done something special.

People in his network had immediately started inquiring as to whether McDonald was knowledgeable of the fact that he had actually taken a run in the shape of what was pretty clearly a cock, and he set about “liking” their comments..

When approached for comment of his own, McDonald said “I figured if I could navigate around that grassy knoll over there and continue on up the street, that would take care of the balls and one side of the shaft.”

“The hardest part was definitely the bollocks but I knew that if I got that far, then the cock would take care of itself. I’d just have to run up the street, then cross to the other side and just run back the way I came.”

DICKSCLAIMER: This article is not sponsored by the makers of MapMyRun. When you use MapMyRun, you pound the pavement, we provide the motivation. Plan each stride and learn from every route with MapMyRun.

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