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Old 09-01-09, 01:07 AM   #1
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Ashamed to post this!!!

Wearing Women's Knickers
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Old 09-01-09, 01:44 AM   #2
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pshhh, that's nothing once you've tried riding dressed as a woman
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What's so strange about a guy wanting to get into women's knickers?
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You know I can be pretty frugal (a nicer word for "cheap") but even that is not one that has occurred to me or one I am tempted to try.
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Not that long ago I mentioned to one of our female riders that there was a Rock Racing outlet not far from us and they had great deals on Rock Racing Bibs and Shorts. She asked if they had women specific designs and I assumed it would simply be a different size. She looked at me like I was some kind of dolt and then finally smiled and said the Chamois was different,
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pshhh, that's nothing once you've tried riding dressed as a woman
Wait, there's something wrong with riding a bike dressed as a woman? !

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No problem. I wear gal's desert hiking drawers while walking the the Colorado Plateau. Light, no drag from pockets, airy. . .what's not to love?

As Seinfeld said, "I'm a little uncomfortable walking through the Women's Section. . .I'm not that far from putting on a dress." Of course, as a cyclist I've got the legs that a dress really shows to good effect!
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Yeah, just took this and added to my signature! Thanks Hairnet

As for wearing these, who cares, is anybody else going to notice?

On a side note: I just saw an older lady wearing the same shirt I was wearing yesterday. It's a guys shirt but hey, didn't look too bad. I don't think I would have noticed if it wasn't for the fact it was the same color.
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