Something I loved about my husband when we met? He hated exercise as much as I do. Seriously there is pretty much nothing in the world I loathe more than putting on spandex and running. A little over a year ago, my husband found an exercise routine he loves and has since abandoned me to sitting on the couch by myself. Now don't get me wrong. I exercise. I run and I curse every second in my head. I finally found something that describes how I feel in Pretty Darn Funny Season 2, episode 5. Check it out for a good laugh. Even if you love to exercise!
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