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12/11/2003 at 12:06
You certainly know how to finish in style CR!!
CR
12/11/2003 at 13:39
Yeah, LL.

Thanks for your patience!
I know, I was a "bad sport" today.

Had to be creative, otherwise I would probably still be "stuck in the muck"...
12/11/2003 at 13:52
Do the Danish have a word for the German concept of Scadenfreude(spelling?). We English don't!!
What I want to know is, what happened to those chocolates you promised us?
12/11/2003 at 14:20

C'mon girls . . spill the beans . . what happened?

Spose I'm going to have to wait until this evening to find out now, my lunchtime lurk is nearly over!!

CR
12/11/2003 at 14:31
Skadefryd! You mean Lady Lucan!
A box of Ferrero Rocher is on it's way!

Rich, I am too embarrassed to tell...
12/11/2003 at 14:35

Really!! Maybe I won't go back to work then . . . but will just sit here and wait for the revelations!!!


Now I do have to go . . byeeeeee
12/11/2003 at 14:38
Suffice to say that CR finished the "run" in a 4xWD!
OB
12/11/2003 at 14:49
every runner's nightmare?
12/11/2003 at 14:52
Have you seen that film "The Hitchhiker" OB?
Every drivers nightmare!
OB
12/11/2003 at 15:04
Can't say I have LL. There was an American TV series years ago of that name, was that the same thing?

Many moons ago when I was nobbut a lad, I both used to hitchhike and give lifts to hikers, but not anymore.
12/11/2003 at 15:33
My friends and I used to hitchhike back from the pub in the wee small hours because we lived out in the sticks with no buses or taxis - can you imagine doing that now?!!!!!
OB
12/11/2003 at 15:42
... those were the days RH!!
CR
12/11/2003 at 16:16
Actually, the driver was a very sympathetic Lady from the Continent. She used to be a runner herself...

She even offered me a drink and wanted to drive me the whole way home, in case my fellow runners had abandoned me at the parkinglot.

Clearly, none of us knew, hitchhiking was so wrong, until I stepped out the vehicle and was met with "You, cheater!"...
Every runners nightmare!

Lessons to be learnt:
"Never to run with someone, who is faster than yourself on a recovery run....",
"Never to eat the chocolates, that you have promised to bring"
12/11/2003 at 16:33
The second lesson is more important than the first,CR. But it's difficult to resist temptation when there's chocolate in the house!
Sorry I abandoned you - was trying to keep up with CA. Had to concede defeat on that "Effing Hill".
CR
12/11/2003 at 17:04
Presently, when it comes to chocolate,
I have the "backbone of a rainworm"
(Danish expression).

I can't wait to see, if you have the will power to resist!

No worries, I hope you enjoyed your run. ;-)

12/11/2003 at 21:00
boys and girls I need to 'un-enable' you're blowing my works email inbox!! ;-)
I'll have the email police after me soon
Are we really still six months away..
I'll be back.
12/11/2003 at 21:59
Six months. Is that all? I can hardly contain my excitement!Should we be tapering yet?
PS Does anyone know what a rainworm is?
OB
13/11/2003 at 09:19
no, but we can assume its vertebra is non-existent!
CR
13/11/2003 at 09:49
Can we also assume you already ate the chocolates LL?
13/11/2003 at 10:16
Only 2 of them! Honest.
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