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We All Hate The L.A. Marathon

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The 2012 L.A. Marathon (Photo by breakmake via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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What's this? Why are there literally thousands of people running through our streets all of a sudden? It's the L.A. Mara-wha? Nobody warned us about this! They should've marked the route out in advance so we would've known!We're all used a little inconvenience in our lives as Angelenos. Sometimes the Leader of the Free World pays us a visit and it ruins our workday commute.

But Sunday? Sunday is holy! It's brunch day. The contempt we sometimes have for this annual event comes from a deep, deep place and nothing is gonna stop us from spewing that on the Internet. Behold:

Sometimes our hate for the marathon makes us want to emoji-blow our brains out.

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Ugh if only I had advance notice to know not to hit the streets.

To the point.

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Don't worry you would've never been able to make it anyway.

Fair.

So much hate hiding behind those mangy locks.

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This person was up at 7 a.m. on a Sunday so it's easy to see where the vitriol comes from.

Like driving the 405 isn't a nightmare of Lynch-ian proportions every other day of the year.

In conclusion, let's wipe away all this negativity by celebrating a goddamned hero:

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