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Old 01-20-09, 01:04 PM   #1
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Please, get a man-o-gram.
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Old 01-20-09, 01:10 PM   #2
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Is that when a guy in a thong comes to your table and sings torch songs?
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Are doctors getting tired of fondling male patients?
Apparently not, but I tell you what, if it works anything like a mammogram, this could be the most painful exam ever.
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Old 01-20-09, 01:15 PM   #4
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<Envisions an unpleasant squishing device>.
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Hey...could it be any worse than hearing the snap of a glove.....then feeling some finger manipulating your prostate....which of course makes you want to whiz.......all this taking place with your elbows on the exam bench while bent over.....

A very active sex life apparently keeps the prostate healthy...you need at least 20 ejaculates a month....this according to Dr. Oz in his book........I wonder if married guys can get a prescription to give to the wife...????? Hmmmmm?
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Hey...could it be any worse than hearing the snap of a glove.....then feeling some finger manipulating your prostate....which of course makes you want to whiz.......all this taking place with your elbows on the exam bench while bent over.....

A very active sex life apparently keeps the prostate healthy...you need at least 20 ejaculates a month....this according to Dr. Oz in his book........I wonder if married guys can get a prescription to give to the wife...????? Hmmmmm?
as long as the dr's two hands aren't on my shoulders, i can deal with that.
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Incorrect verbage!!!

We wimmens have for years been describing a Man-o-gram as having the same machine a mammagram uses - be used for a Man-o-gram so they too can get the living snit squished outta it too. It's only fair.
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Tude, anything down south that gets even remotely squished requires serious sedation! Owwwiiiiiieeee!!!!
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Incorrect verbage!!!

We wimmens have for years been describing a Man-o-gram as having the same machine a mammagram uses - be used for a Man-o-gram so they too can get the living snit squished outta it too. It's only fair.
big difference between fun bags and walnuts.....big difference.
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Tude, anything down south that gets even remotely squished requires serious sedation! Owwwiiiiiieeee!!!!
hehe - for some reason it must be a standing comment the x-ray person says to each and every woman who is being squished by the machine --- some evil thought one could focus on while watching certain parts grow to unheard of sizes ...
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Please, get a man-o-gram.
A singing man-o-gram?
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My moobs would freak that guy out
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My moobs would freak that guy out
My moobs would freak your moobs out!!
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Gents, this conversation is terribley disturbing at this point...............
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why the moob hate path?
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gents? where? Surely not in here!
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Oh the pain....the pain......I try so hard to look like a buff roadie and I always end up looking like this....

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Oh the pain....the pain......I try so hard to look like a buff roadie and I always end up looking like this....

well, get some clipless pedals, some different sunglasses, a proper jersey, flip the stem, ditch that huge seat bag, ditch the white knee-high socks, and get rid of that helmet visor, and you'll like this:




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Gents, this conversation is terribley disturbing at this point...............
hehe - I'm finding the Moob contest rather funny!
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hehe - I'm finding the Moob contest rather funny!
Here....hold this for a second, would ya?
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well, get some clipless pedals, some different sunglasses, a proper jersey, flip the stem, ditch that huge seat bag, ditch the white knee-high socks, and get rid of that helmet visor, and you'll like this:




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well, get some clipless pedals, some different sunglasses, a proper jersey, flip the stem, ditch that huge seat bag, ditch the white knee-high socks, and get rid of that helmet visor, and you'll like this:




noob.
Well, I have way cool jerseys now and I do ride clipless. (Crank Brothers switching to Shimano). I have a cool looking roadie helmet but I am just so damn frugal so I keep using this one on a lot of rides. I have SIDI road shoes and Shimano mtn. shoes. I also have some cool specialized socks and riding gloves.(Summer and Winter). I now have a small seat bag with tube/patch kit/basic tool/CO2+tool/pump on bike/two cages for water bottles.

Why I even ride with a local Tri team's jersey. (Club cut not race cut)...hey I am not a tiny guy.....

I like my Coccon sunglasses as they are the ultimate in eye protection and much cheaper than some of the high end stuff....I have prescription glasses and it would cost a ton to get special made riding glasses...Cocoons wrap over my existing glasses for about 40 bucks!!!

Now about those moobs.......yeah I still got em.......how embarassing...............
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