How to become a runner: Rule #3

Anyone can be a runner, but how do you become a runner with flair, pizazz, that je ne sais quois that makes people sit up and take notice? Things I've personally found that work:

-a Walkman instead of an i-Pod
-my 1992 college cross country jersey (on my 2013 body)
-a steady humming along with aforementioned Walkman, and
-an intermittent use of jazz hands

These are things that will have people gawking and coveting long after you pass...thinking, "yeah, she's got what it takes. Maybe running is for me."