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Old 01-02-09, 03:18 PM   #1
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Where is the craziest place you've done it?

On an airplane? In the car? In the kitchen? On the top of Mt Everest (or at least base camp)?

Crazy foosters, now is your time to shine!
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Taken a dump? Barafu camp on the side of Mt. Kilmanjaro. You're welcome.
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On an airplane? In the car? In the kitchen? On the top of Mt Everest (or at least base camp)?

Crazy foosters, now is your time to shine!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_pmbJpltP4
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in a crowded restaurant.

I do it there all the time.







you do mean accessing bikeforums right? they have wi-fi there.
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Old 01-02-09, 03:41 PM   #5
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A morgue, and yes she was alive.
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This one has been done, I'm too lazy to go looking for it.
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The Dodge in the Garage


The backstory is this: Once, before we were married my (now wife) and I visited my parents. I was in college at the time, 300 miles away. I didn't have a car, so my mom let me use her 1978 Dodge St. Regis to go to the movies. When we got home we weren't ummm... exactly ready to go in and go to sleep, so we dallied a bit in my parents' detached garage, in the St. Regis.

A few years later, we auditioned for The Newlywed Game. One of the questions was "What is the most unusual place the two of you got 'highly romantic'?" We both answered exactly the same- the first sentence in this post.

And no, we didn't actually get on TV, but we did, really, get a set of Ginsu knives.
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I did it in the kitchen of a flying car at the bottom of the ocean.
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At the zoo.
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In a fire truck.

My wife and I were attending a wedding reception that was hosted in the banquet hall on the second floor of a fire station. During the reception we began feeling a little mischievous. We went down to the garage area where the trucks were parked. We climbed into the back seat of one of the trucks and got down to business. I suppose they really should lock those things.
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The Dodge in the Garage


The backstory is this: Once, before we were married my (now wife) and I visited my parents. I was in college at the time, 300 miles away. I didn't have a car, so my mom let me use her 1978 Dodge St. Regis to go to the movies. When we got home we weren't ummm... exactly ready to go in and go to sleep, so we dallied a bit in my parents' detached garage, in the St. Regis.

A few years later, we auditioned for The Newlywed Game. One of the questions was "What is the most unusual place the two of you got 'highly romantic'?" We both answered exactly the same- the first sentence in this post.

And no, we didn't actually get on TV, but we did, really, get a set of Ginsu knives.

But wait...............................
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The beach. Backpacking trip at 10,000 ft. On a frozen stream. In an airplane. On an overlook. In a 9 person tent...with 6 friends in the tent...
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Guys, gals, remember, there are youngsters that can access this subforum. These kind of threads aren't really appropriate, are they?
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