IM Switzerland 2007

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23/11/2006 at 20:20
never heard of orvil either Iron JD and Im OLD
23/11/2006 at 20:22
Thanks for the encouragement, I guess if we werent a bit nervous every now and again the motivation to train would dissappear alongside an inflated ego.

I love cheesy quotes : )

Just watched "What it Takes". Wonder if Peter Reid has found the woman of his dreams yet.............so sad.
JD.    pirate
23/11/2006 at 20:40
oh well, green ducks must have just been a niche interest then i guess.

i think the end of what it takes shows him hand in hand with a new girlfriend. don't know whether they're together still.
JD.
23/11/2006 at 20:50
Saw that, but wondered if it was the real thing, didnt he come across as a sad character?
oxymoron    pirate
23/11/2006 at 22:00
I cannot believe there are people out there considering doing an ironman that have not even heard of orvil the duck!! Have you done no research? Do you actually expect to be taken seriously in any way on these forums?
23/11/2006 at 23:29
pulls tongue at oxymoron, orvil who the * is orvil??
23/11/2006 at 23:32
. Orvil The Duck - A gay duck thing being operated by a gay seaty permed wimp. Truley these were never going to write reservoir dogs


. Orvil The Duck - A gay duck thing being operated by a gay seaty permed wimp. Truley these were never going to write reservoir dogs


23/11/2006 at 23:33
23/11/2006 at 23:36
b]However the word has now slowly been used as an alternate pronunciation of Awful amoung the younger generation.

This is because both words have a similar sound when said aloud and is possibly linked with the overall opinion of Orville the duckling himself (awful).

Pronounced Or-Vill.


"This is pie is orville, it is mouldy"

errrrrrrrm how much more research is required??
23/11/2006 at 23:37
and on that orville note, happy training or resting or whatever tomorrow, nite
oxymoron    pirate
24/11/2006 at 00:27
that is aqequate research for one day. tomorrow's lesson is on knitting clubs.
24/11/2006 at 03:01
Nothing wrong with knitting, there is a very good one a few blocks from my flat!!
24/11/2006 at 03:02
Club that is..... Full of triathletes from the forums...
M...eldy    pirate
24/11/2006 at 03:10
Knitting is the new Tri
24/11/2006 at 08:50
knitting and ??????????
28/11/2006 at 22:00
Hows the training going??? Just back from a swim session, please please tell me it gets easier....... : (
29/11/2006 at 15:23
I knit, I get respect from my peers for doing so. Swimming does get easier, your shoulders will get used to it. I used to swim competively when I was younger and going back to it now is hard, the fact I was that much faster, fitter and stronger when I was 14 doesn't do wonders for motivation
29/11/2006 at 21:29
I can relate to that also as I used to swim competively up to the age of 14. Now I seem to get slower the more I train, obviously drag from the beer belly doesn't help :-)
29/11/2006 at 23:21
I just cant kick, would be great if pool bouys were allowed, would love that.........but this kicking malarky, whats the secret as it must be a simple thing once you get it surely???
29/11/2006 at 23:21
What do you knit Harry?
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