IronMan Tattoo's

Did you get one/want one....?

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JPenno    pirate
05/08/2009 at 18:37

SS - as JJ says felt pen round a cut out of the medal then get Mrs SS to colour it in. You could always use permanent marker, give you a while to get used to it.

I am having the back of the Medal, with the distances on, swim in blue, bike in black and run in red. Not sure yet on whether to have the M in Black or Red, will be colouring some in myself this week to decide. It will obviously clash with the Disney Marathon one on the other leg tho

Sore Shins    pirate
05/08/2009 at 19:30

JP - are you having the dot as a union jack , like roseys?

*looks in kids pencil case for a permanent marker, reaching for his medal as a template*

   pirate
05/08/2009 at 20:09
My tatt is healing just perfectly!
Sore Shins    pirate
05/08/2009 at 20:27
gonna post it Arctic? or will it make me blush
   pirate
05/08/2009 at 20:30
yip I'll post it soon enough
Nam
05/08/2009 at 21:38
Sore Shins wrote (see)

at IMUK the refs were VERY strict and stopped any bikes at dismount and took off their chip off. my missus saw a few people being carted off DNFIC - got to be soul destroying.


Quite a few people DNFd near my marshalling point because they knew that because of their pace there was no point starting the third lap.  Most were ok-ish, hacked off but ok... but one girl cried in my arms for a good minute sobbing "I trained all year for this..."...  that brought back memories...
Hope    pirate
05/08/2009 at 22:56
(((Nam)))
Aitch!    pirate
05/08/2009 at 23:34
(Nam) remember that hug in Switzerland
05/08/2009 at 23:35
She should have trained a bit harder then! Gaylordette
05/08/2009 at 23:57
What's the issue with chips being removed? You can still finish, although you won't get an official time. In Germany they tried to physically box cougie in, but he jumped over the fence and ran the marathon anyway.

If you're going to technically dnf due to cut off, you can still run it. It's your choice whether you want to "rio" (hurrah!) or "JD" (boo!). If you choose to quit, no point asking for sympathy.

Innit.
Sore Shins    pirate
06/08/2009 at 01:12

box cougie in - and he jumped over a fence - got an image in mind - good effort vougie - bulldog spirit hey - but i also hear you went back the year after and sorted them germans out!!

 bombed our chippy you know!!!

06/08/2009 at 07:11
"In Germany they tried to physically box cougie in"

lol - that's such a lovely mental image. You'd need a pretty heavy duty lid and catch...
Hope    pirate
06/08/2009 at 08:12
candy ollier wrote (see)
Gaylordette

What a fab word!!
ImRio    pirate
06/08/2009 at 08:17

Sore shins I am not allowed the tattoo so hubby is having a pendant made for me instead
And as I said before I was fully expecting to be pulled off.

You can finish with your chip and still not get an official time in Switzerland (but I guess that is becuase I must have hid from the marshals cos they didn't know I was on the course still)

Hope    pirate
06/08/2009 at 08:20
Stealth racing.... interesting!
06/08/2009 at 08:32
Lol

"To JD" - a soft form of buckering, where you get to the run course first

"To Bear" - a persistent form of buckering, where every year you join a list saying you're going to do an ironman, but quietly bottle it. You also join the sex offenders list.
Holly_Golightly    pirate
06/08/2009 at 08:34
"Have you Beared?" - "Have you taken out the cancellation insurance?"
06/08/2009 at 08:42
Remind me - what's the definition of 'buckering'?
oxymoron    pirate
06/08/2009 at 08:48

an excellent comedy start to the morning!

SVT- Buckers joined the forum, signed up for ironman, started cycling, then started claiming that he was Contadoor, only faster and that he would tear up the road when he did ironman, then when it came to the race he decided not to bother as it would be too easy. None of his claims about his incredible bike skill were ever verrified by anyone other than him. So 'to Bucker' has come to mean that you wimp out of a race at the last minute.

06/08/2009 at 08:55

oxy - fair enough, but were he and Contador ever seen in the same room at the same time?

Here's hoping I never get anything named after me, but life isn't like that...

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