'Mature' runners.

Older runners meet here.

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30/01/2003 at 17:53
Great, just had a message to say we're gridlocked in due to the snow... will just have to stay here for another 15 minutes
30/01/2003 at 17:54
Too true, sadly, why don't you have pics? Is it because you are all super-bods?
30/01/2003 at 17:55
Lovely - fetch the beer out the cupboard HW and lets welcome the newboy!
30/01/2003 at 17:55
Howdy, hiya, whazzup are all accepted greetings and salutations from our ahem fair country

Compo, no, I've not had the pleasure.

Many of us are humour-impaired...
30/01/2003 at 17:57
Super-bods? I wish! I think we are afraid that we will be stalked by a psychopath or something. We sometimes take personal security to an extreme...but sadly it is probably warranted.

30/01/2003 at 18:00
What is a "mature" runner? We call them "masters" over here, I think. It is supposed to connote experience and wisdom, though, not age- although it typically means over 30.
30/01/2003 at 18:01
Three in a row :-) Talk to the man someone, stop sucking up to Billow and welcome our visitor properly.
30/01/2003 at 18:02
Wise, grown-up, responsible, you know all the usual things!

Who's got the bottle opener?
30/01/2003 at 18:03
I'm trying but my fingers are cold....
30/01/2003 at 18:04
Mature - as in cheese, a bit ripe, gets smellier as it ages, kinda grows on you, rather like mould. An acquired taste?

JJ may be able to provide a better explanation, but he wears CK underpants so I wouldn't trust everything he says :-)
30/01/2003 at 18:05
Well, there isn't a precise definition of "mature" runner, but JJ (who started the thread) was referring to age.

30!!! <piglet coughs and falls to the ground in alarm!!!> I thought it was older than that!

Here's the context in which the mature runners thread began. You'll see it's a bit of a giggle :-)
30/01/2003 at 18:09
Sorry to be a party pooper, but the cars ouside are finally moving, so I'm going to make a dsah for home before the invetable accidents close everything down. If I get back safely I'll log in tonight to see "what's occuring".

Nice to see you Foggy, do give our best wishes to your chums in Baltimore. :-)
30/01/2003 at 18:10
I see now! I am struck by how clever and polite your forum is. Very nice!
30/01/2003 at 18:12
Have a safe trip home!

I must get back to work myself. It's been nice chatting with you good people. Do drop by again if the urge ever strikes you!

Regards,

fg
30/01/2003 at 18:15
Bye, FG.
30/01/2003 at 18:19
<submliminal message>
Rescue me! I'm being held a prisoner here against my will!! Chimp is a cruel dictator and he won't let any of us leave!!! Help! Help!! I don't really like haiku - he made me do it.... Help!!
</subliminal message>
30/01/2003 at 18:37
Chimp et al.
I've found Billow and had a word, or 40, on her thread under 'Masters'. It's addressed to women over 50 or something similar.
Wait for the missiles! Could be fun.
JJ
30/01/2003 at 18:40
I've not had a decent pint all week so no prizes for guessing my next destination.
(But not for about half an hour.I want to see what comes out of the US).
JJ
30/01/2003 at 18:48
(Psssst, yes I Ronnie is me, had to use the edit facility to change humour to humor, lol! What are we like? Don't answer that Wind in the Billows!)
30/01/2003 at 18:49
Sorry to have missed you foggy, of course we'll have to call you Ol' Foggers or something. Do pop in again sometime, we often have muffins at 3pm.
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