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    adding insult to injury

    On my way home today I rode through a big fresh pile of dog sh*t.

    I thought that with the help of a stick and some fallen leaves I had gotten it all off. However, when I brought the bike into the house, my dog pissed all over it.

    Arrgh.

    That is all.

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    haha.

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    oh my god. you made my day better.

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    :d :d :d

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    At least you didn't come home to find your dog ate the contents of an unopened bag of Pup-eroni. By 9pm he was fogging up the house with his own brand of chemical warfare.

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    I'd start drinking now.

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    Triathlon = Eat/Bike/Nap veggiemafia's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryand
    oh my god. you made my day better.
    +TGIF
    Quote Originally Posted by Shiznaz
    the bagina is the frame and the fork is the wangola. The wheels are the ass nipples.

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    dutret has a posse ryand's Avatar
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    dude, totally TSIF. The worst part, I keep thinking its Thursday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veggiemafia
    +TGIF
    I second that one

    The drinking shall commence shortly
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    a good reason to form a demolition derby, for fixed gear bikes and the fools who love them.

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    Great story huerro
    Quote Originally Posted by sefb222 View Post
    a good reason to form a demolition derby, for fixed gear bikes and the fools who love them.

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    Gone, but not forgotten Shiznaz's Avatar
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    My dog had a nasty habit of peeing on anything in a park that people put down on the grass. This usually meant either a backpack, a jacket, or a small child. Oh boy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiznaz
    My dog had a nasty habit of peeing on anything in a park that people put down on the grass. This usually meant either a backpack, a jacket, or a small child. Oh boy...
    "Had" ?

    I can only imagine the unfortunate demise of this dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squeakywheel
    "Had" ?

    I can only imagine the unfortunate demise of this dog.
    He is actually living in Dubai now with my parents, and he is NOT popular with the locals. It was hard enough keeping him away from Muslim people in Toronto, let alone an Arab state! 105 pounds of pure, hairy, lovable haraam and still going strong. People literally scatter when we walk him down the street. Its like hes Wyatt Earp or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny Pockets
    I'd start drinking now.
    A very good idea...have some Bullet set asside for just such an occasion.

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    Most amusing thing ever: Watching the whole harvard cycling team time-trial paceline through an expanse of cow manure. Leader wasn't watching, and ran the whole group right through it.

    Pity the poor sucker mouth-breathing at that moment.
    a radar blip, an empty clip, post-nasal drip, and kung fu grip

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    Harvard cycling team just sounds funny to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbat
    Most amusing thing ever: Watching the whole harvard cycling team time-trial paceline through an expanse of cow manure. Leader wasn't watching, and ran the whole group right through it.

    Pity the poor sucker mouth-breathing at that moment.
    That's what you get for going to Harvard.

    Go Bulldogs!*

    *I only support Yale University because I'm working under the assumption that they will admit me to their school of music for my Ph.D. If that should not be the case, then Yale can burn for all I ****ing care. Rich jerkoffs, all of them.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shiznaz
    the bagina is the frame and the fork is the wangola. The wheels are the ass nipples.

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    "if the thunder don't get you...
    then the lightning will" r.h

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    Lolz (for real)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiznaz
    Harvard cycling team just sounds funny to me.
    Harvard cycling is a pretty serious group of riders, out of 5 collegiate cycling programs I've been around enough to talk about they're definitely the most hardcore. They've got a lot of people for a small college and being in New England, and they have a knack for taking women who have never been on a road bike before and making them into monster cyclists.
    "I don't buy new frames, it just encourages them."

    -T.G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Landgolier
    Harvard cycling is a pretty serious group of riders, out of 5 collegiate cycling programs I've been around enough to talk about they're definitely the most hardcore. They've got a lot of people for a small college and being in New England, and they have a knack for taking women who have never been on a road bike before and making them into monster cyclists.
    Yup. I don't compete with them, but tag along on some of the more relaxed training rides, and i can tell you: there are some amazingly fast/strong riders in that bunch. I had to learn to draft obsessively, or be stranded in the middle of nowhere, watching the group disappear off into the distance.

    To make it topical: the coaches are strong advocates of low gear inch fixed riding for winter training, and i heard that a number of the harvard folk turned out for the track racing in NH last fall.
    a radar blip, an empty clip, post-nasal drip, and kung fu grip

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiderMike
    At least you didn't come home to find your dog ate the contents of an unopened bag of Pup-eroni. By 9pm he was fogging up the house with his own brand of chemical warfare.
    My dog goes nuclear after eating one of those things. It's ****ing nasty ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanday
    My dog goes nuclear after eating one of those things. It's ****ing nasty ****.
    opposite effect- my dad's dog once ate an entire bag of menthol cough drops, bag included.

    Freshest smelling dog ever for at least 48m hours.
    a radar blip, an empty clip, post-nasal drip, and kung fu grip

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    a whole new meaning to skunk strip

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiderMike
    At least you didn't come home to find your dog ate the contents of an unopened bag of Pup-eroni. By 9pm he was fogging up the house with his own brand of chemical warfare.
    Just swallowed some toothpaste thanks to you.

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