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09/01/2006 at 15:57
Cracking x-post!

:o)
09/01/2006 at 15:59
teeheehee!

I'm still worried about Gumps's observation about Cougie. I wonder if that's why he has to have his shorts made to measure...
09/01/2006 at 16:00
It would certainly explain why his piccie appears to be screaming.........
09/01/2006 at 16:01
extracting the urine...

ha ha ha

made me laugh! FB well observed! He's a little obtuse for me sometimes!
09/01/2006 at 16:02
It was a semi-serious post Nessie, honest. After a long ride on my bike I start to lose feeling in my left arm and have pins and needles in my little finger. The thought of it stops me going out on my bike as much as I'd like.
09/01/2006 at 16:05
if I had been taking the piss, I'd have said
"after a long shag, i tend to lose feeling in me knob".
09/01/2006 at 16:05
see - told you so........

hmmmmm.....barseitis.........will have to get the old barse toughened up for the forthcoming tri season.............been riding my full boinger all winter which is plush compared to the road steed
09/01/2006 at 16:06
I knew you wouldn't take the pee. :o)

Defintely try the raised handlebars then - you might be pinching a nerve, which is never good.
cougie    pirate
09/01/2006 at 16:06
Sounds like too much pressure on the arms FF - can you raise the bars a bit ?

(ignores posts about my pants)
09/01/2006 at 16:06
fat face -- but we're talking about cycling not shagging.

fb -- bareitis. Hee! I have to submit those to Mosby's.

¦oD
09/01/2006 at 16:07
barseitis even (see, just wanted to type it again)
M.
09/01/2006 at 16:07
I use a Terry butterfly tri gel saddle (Terry are a women’s cycling company who take the design of women’s cycling stuff very seriously!) and some women specific Assos shorts. It really makes a very big difference.
M.
09/01/2006 at 16:08
cheers peeps. See, I'm not always silly.
09/01/2006 at 16:08
but what my problem has to do with Caths minge I don't know.
09/01/2006 at 16:10
M., what, these ones?
http://www.assos.com/products/winter_detail.aspx?color=black&id=90

Well, it hasn't been posted for a while...
debbo    pirate
09/01/2006 at 16:11
Cath - I wear tri shorts, not cycling shorts. Too much padding in cycling shorts and they irritate my bits terribly. I think unless you are very skinny (which I'm not) tri shorts have enough padding.

Also - yes, drink lots on the bike even if you're not thirsty.
09/01/2006 at 16:13
[splutter]

It's not me minge which is the problem you!!! It's me waterworks!!!
09/01/2006 at 16:17
have to agree with debbo - tri shorts are more comfortable over long rides for stopping barseitis as your bits are more "intimate" with the saddle, cutting out any unnecessary movement which happens in more padded shorts...............barseitis is more like a chafe than a numbness......

but they don't stop numb knob
M.
09/01/2006 at 16:18
i knew someone would post that link.....

sorry to disappoint you 2T - but no - these ones
http://www.assos.com/products/summer_detail.aspx?color=blue&id=64
M.
cougie    pirate
09/01/2006 at 16:22
Wot - no bibs ?
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