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Old 05-03-05, 08:24 AM
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joys of broken bones

just as every thing starts to get good for summer full of riding went and shattered my foot. been riding all day so in true one last run then better go style droped in on the spine mini pumped around a bit though id finish on over to pegs to back over as had just got them down during the day, missed pegs put my foot out to stop and cruch, job was done. be a few weeks of doing nothing then.
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ouch that sucks something powerful.
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Old 05-03-05, 10:00 AM
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That sucks something powerful?
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something frickin' powerful. It does indeed. Do you disagree?
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Old 05-03-05, 10:26 AM
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Is "something frickin' powerful" supposed to equate to a penis? Or am I missing something here?
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eh, I don't really know how that would equate to a penis. I don't really see any correlation. or am I missing something?
I just meant it as a statement, instead of saying...ah, I see how you are reading it, yeah, I was missing something.
Nah, I meant it as that the level of suckage is something powerful or great or large. it doesn't actual suck on anything.
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dude, someone needs to use some powerful punctuation.
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Originally Posted by dillonm
dude, someone needs to use some powerful punctuation.
Agreed.
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Old 05-03-05, 10:23 PM
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Originally Posted by alcahueteria
eh, I don't really know how that would equate to a penis. I don't really see any correlation. or am I missing something?
Yes, as in "that sucks major cock" makes a lot more sense than "that sucks something powerful."
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Sorry to hear about the foot, man. Have you tried physical therapy options? There's some kind of therapy that involves vibrations or something. They used it on some road cyclists when they have broken bones, and they seem to heal right quick.

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Bah. Physical therapy is for wussies.
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Sure. And you can just sit out the whole season instead, while the wussies are back riding strong in 3 weeks. Your choice.

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That's funny, because I broke my hand, got a concussion, and knocked out two teeth, and I was riding just as hard as before in 4 weeks without physical therapy.
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should be alright, its in plaster for the next few weeks then have to seen. i did my hand about two months ago, was two bones in the middel though so healed quiet quick. physio's ****, better just to go to the gym and work it out your self, if it hurts stop if not go out on your bike untill it does.
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Sure. Might as well. You'll only be 70% what you could have been, if you're lucky, so it's no biggie.

Ride weak!

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Damn.
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Originally Posted by koffee brown
Sure. Might as well. You'll only be 70% what you could have been, if you're lucky, so it's no biggie.

Ride weak!

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Why should they take the word of a professional? I took a pedal to the leg that has bruised me to the bone. 4 weeks on, there's still a golf ball sized lump.
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i have like ten of those things on each leg.
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Originally Posted by Expatriate
Why should they take the word of a professional? I took a pedal to the leg that has bruised me to the bone. 4 weeks on, there's still a golf ball sized lump.
i hate shinners. get stitches, they come in cool colors...
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