Some people, like Siku here, always seem to have consistently Good Runs. I'm not like that. Here's a small sample of the variety of runs that are in fact possible...
Kill You or Cure You Run - Feeling run down and zombie-like, and figure a brisk run will either push you over the edge to being sick, or magically make everything better.
Let's Snot and Just Say We Did Run - Those cold days when your nose is running harder than your legs.
Paranoia Run - Coming back from injury and worried the whole time that you'll aggravate it and make things worse.
Hurts So Good Run - The whole point - whether it be hills, tempos, intervals - is to get out of the comfort zone.
Bad Eats Run - Running too soon after a big meal or junk food. Significantly worse if the run is a workout. Could lead to the dreaded...
Runs Run - Dash to the bushes required.
Why Did I Bother Run - The rare run when you probably shouldn't have, for whatever reason. Usually end up wondering why you suck so bad instead of learning from it.
Fueled by Anger Run - Not typically a very long run as it starts out at a rage-infused, unsustainable pace before tapering down to a crawl when you calm down.
Puff and Pound Run - Up and down a mountain. No warmup possible, just up and up, puffing the whole way, followed by a quad-pounding descent.
Kill Me Now Run - Treadmill. 'Nuff said.
Not Even a Run - Crosstraining.
Calorie Run - Any run long enough to eat more than two gels.
Bonk Run - Shoulda brought more calories!
Sauna Run - Way too many layers.
Stripper Run - Ditching several layers mid-run. Sometimes right to the downright scanty. (You know who you are.)
Off the Map Run - Getting lost. Or going off-course during a race.
Knobby Tire Run - In serious mud and thankful for well-tractioned trail shoes to keep you on your feet. (Love my Crosslites!)
Zen Run - One-with-the-Universe bliss achieved on those days when everything feels good. Zen Plus if it's in the woods. Zen Minus if it's during a race (sorry, I'm just jealous). Aka Siku Run.