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Road Cycling It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle. -- Ernest Hemingway

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Old 08-25-13, 12:35 AM   #26
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Old 08-25-13, 01:22 AM   #27
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Pull ups are the new age chamois!
I used my glow in the dark Cars pull ups during night rides!
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No matter how you shake and dance,
the last drop always goes in the pants.
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No matter how you shake and dance,
the last drop always goes in the pants.
And yes this is my troubles......but add the issue of a skinsuit and now you understand the difficulty.
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Jeebus...did this really get posted here? Are you eff-ing kidding me?
Seriously, I think a consideration of a lifetime ban for even starting this thread is in order. There are some things that grown men really should just keep to themselves in the name of dignity.
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Jeebus...did this really get posted here? Are you eff-ing kidding me?
Seriously, I think a consideration of a lifetime ban for even starting this thread is in order. There are some things that grown men really should just keep to themselves in the name of dignity.
Never, ever, pass up an opportunity to keep your mouth shut.
A. You're taking this thread far too seriously.
B. I completely disagree with the "some things grown men should keep to themselves" comment - nope, you shouldn't, you should discuss these issues with friends and ultimately your doctor. Had Al Capone told his friends he had white puss dribbling from his johnson, his friends would have told him to get a penicillin shot because he had syphilis.
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Jeebus...did this really get posted here? Are you eff-ing kidding me?
Seriously, I think a consideration of a lifetime ban for even starting this thread is in order. There are some things that grown men really should just keep to themselves in the name of dignity.
Never, ever, pass up an opportunity to keep your mouth shut.



I'm still waiting for a thread titled:
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A. You're taking this thread far too seriously.
B. I completely disagree with the "some things grown men should keep to themselves" comment - nope, you shouldn't, you should discuss these issues with friends and ultimately your doctor. Had Al Capone told his friends he had white puss dribbling from his johnson, his friends would have told him to get a penicillin shot because he had syphilis.
Poor Al could've prevented this by putting "a Cap On his One"...
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And yes this is my troubles......but add the issue of a skinsuit and now you understand the difficulty.
Just spend more time shaking and dancing. Seriously.

And be glad you're not wearing one of these:

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But the saltwater would probably kill any stain or germs from his "wee wee".


I miss UCIMBZ in these moments!

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No matter how your thingie contorts,
the last drop always goes in the shorts.
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Cyclists must endure many trials and trib's,
most dire being the last drop soiling the bibs.
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This is why its a must to wash your bibs after every ride.
I like to hang dry mine in the sun to expose them to a lil UV too.

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i was somehow hoping this thread would be about basketball.
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I don't get it. There's a frickin' DIAPER in the shorts.

....but I don't even want to know how someone is managing to miss the diaper. Lalalalalala I can't hear you lalalalala.
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How to best deal with your dribbling problem? Depends...
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Tribble problems???
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Can not say I am familiar with the problem, my advice would be to just stick to black I guess.
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Are you asking us how to stop pissing yourself?
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Catheter and drain tube!
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