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Old 01-11-02, 08:53 PM   #1
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The things you see on a ride !!!

Well,well, well (3 holes in the ground ), last thursday evening I was out on a nice little MTB ride by myself, and as I was heading back down the mountain (Mt Dandenong) I was nearing the bottom , and I have to pass by this unused football field out in the middle of nowhere basically, I was coming down the trail on the highside of this field , and on the other side of the field I could see a red pick-up parked about 200 metre's away , with 2 people out the back of it . From the distance I was away from it , it kinda looked like maybe 2 dudes were out drinking beer or somethin'.. but as I got closer (the trail leads right past them) I could see it was a male and female doing it el'natural !, she was standing with her hands on the tailgate, and he had his pants 'round his knees....from behind !!Heehehe.....they obviously did'nt hear me as I rolled right behind them maybe 20 metre's away..... I never looked back as I rode past (I swear), but rode on with a wicked , thinking "would I trade places with him right now ?"..LOL... My mates reckon I should have stopped behind them and given a round of applause, then just rode off .... but alas I just thought to myself "the things you see on a ride !". Does anyone else have any unusual story's they'ed like to share whilst out riding ?
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Old 01-11-02, 08:59 PM   #2
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I rode past a clearing and saw some rabbits going at it like, um, well, like Rabbits!

I also saw a cat chase a dog. I almost peed my pants seeing that. It wasn't a Punt kick dog either. It was a pretty big golden retriever, being chased by a black and white cat. Frigin Hilarious!
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One time about a dozen of us were coming home from our Sunday breakfast ride, ( a local institution). A white faced hereford heifer, that's cow son, was backed up against a pine tree scratching her a$$. The funny part, was the multitude of expressions of unbridled ecstasy on her face as she rubbed and scratched that itch of hers, she even stuck her tongue out at some extremely suggestive angles. We could have sworn she was thinking of that prize bull a couple of pastures over she'd met the other day. I had no idea a cow could have that many levels and faces of pleasure, her face was rubberier than a stand up comic's. What made it worse just about the time we'd quit laughing, we'd look at each other and start laughing all over again. this must have happened 4 or 5 times. Needless to say we had to dismount immediatley or we would have staged a pile up of "Le Tour" demensions.

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Buddy, I used to run along the beach at Surfers Paradise every morning. On Sunday mornings we'd see that sort of thing all of the time, especially during schoolies' week . The weirdest thing I ever saw on a ride was about 18 months ago. It wasn't what the driver said when he went past (I couldn't understand a word of that), it was just the fact that he was waving one of those inflatable "affection" dolls around when he said it.

When I finally stopped laughing (about 5km later), it occurred to me that I didn't even ask for her phone number!!!
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This all just goes to point up the importance of always being alert and observant when out on our bicycles.
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How many times I have caused the odd schoolchild a minor heart attack...

Not to mention the spliff-smoking pedestrian, whose antics are, to the casual motorist (windows uprolled,) quite unobtrusive.

(Phew! I smell rope burning... )
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