The Internet's Best Reactions To My Finish Line Photo

I'm not one to simply "cross" a finish line. Normally, my arms are thrown wide and I'm smiling like a fool, exploding with pride, (OK FINE! HALF THE TIME I'M CRYING) but every once in a while, if I have enough energy, I get a little hammy and do something crazy. Well, I didn't push too hard during the Flying Pig Half Marathon so I figured I'd make the most out of my finish line photo. (See what I did there?)

After I shared my finish line photo, the hilarity that ensued was neither solicited or expected but it's worth its weight in gold. The internet MADE MAGIC.

First, I came in like a wrecking ball.

I hung out with my sister Samantha for a round of golf.

Then I showed this bouncy house a thing or two about celebrating.

Slayed these kids in a potato sack race.

Got really excited for this Toyota car despite the fact that it is not a Prius.

Played some Limbo.

And traveled back in time to show my Patriotic due diligence.

Nabbed my 5 minutes of fame at the Today Show.

Went skydiving.

Raced horses like it was nobodies business.

Stayed classy with the Channel 4 news team.

Then went for a spin around the San Diego Bay.

Showed off my high jumping skills. #HopsForDays

Got way to excited when Forest stopped running.

Hit up Coachella so I could throw some really groovy pics up on the Insta and make all my pals jealous.

And I was all, "Suck it Mindy IM Sandra Bullock." 

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And finally took in a show in Vegas.

Touche internet and Steve for these treasures. And don't forget to ALWAYS cross the finish line like a boss! Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

My name is Kelly Roberts and I am a 25 year old New York City resident. My story made headlines when I took selfies with hot guys “hottie hunting” my way through the NYC Half Marathon. My blog, www.RunSelfieRepeat.com is bursting with humor and personal stories that lend an insight into the world of running and lead you to believe that just about anyone, regardless of their fitness level, can and should fall in love with running. Though currently an avid runner, I never would have predicted I would run marathons. I was the kid who used to hide in the bushes or play dead to get out of running the mile in school. I HATED running. But running has given me a purpose. It’s shown me that I really am limitless. In the two years since I started running, I’ve run multiple half marathons, 10ks, and 5ks, and two full marathons. My mission is to inspire others to find the courage to say yes to themselves all the while making them laugh hysterically because laughing is the solution to everything.