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is my butt retarted?

Old 08-04-06, 04:14 PM
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is my butt retarted?

I cant tell any difference between a slr and an aliante even though there totally different saddles.
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maybe you need to ride them further?
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Please, only post picture of the saddles, not your butt.
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what grade are you in?
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I have no idea what "retarted" is. Is that even a word?
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What the #$%^ is the difference between NW ohio & NE ohio? Who cares!
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Originally Posted by ravenmore
I have no idea what "retarted" is. Is that even a word?
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It's not ********, it's just numb.....and that's a good thing.
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Maybe you were sitting on a tart...
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Originally Posted by ravenmore
I have no idea what "retarted" is. Is that even a word?
It is a culinary term referring to a tart whose broken crust has been repaired after falling from the kitchen counter.
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Originally Posted by The Fixer
It's not ********, it's just numb.....and that's a good thing.
Maybe we don't want to know what he's been doing to make it numb.
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Originally Posted by voltman
Maybe we don't want to know what he's been doing to make it numb.
Yep, but I'd still like to meet his mistress....
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Maybe you should stop cycling.
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Originally Posted by blandin
It is a culinary term referring to a tart whose broken crust has been repaired after falling from the kitchen counter.
Hmmm, perhaps then what the OP is really after is a good pie recipie? Anyone have a good one to help him out? Dang, where's Rad when you need him.....
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Apple Crumble Tart recipe. Should make a wise ass out of you yet.
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sorry for the typo; but by all means keep ripping me a new one as you were.
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maybe your butt just isn't fussy. it's happy with whatever you put up there.
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I dunno... so far, with three different original equipment saddles, I seem to not care what saddle I use. Perhaps I should try one of those carbon fiber ones. If I can't tell a difference anyway, might as well save some weight.
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Originally Posted by nocondorfx
sorry for the typo; but by all means keep ripping me a new one as you were.
It's all in good fun, typos happen frequently and most often the OP receives a humorous reply in addition to those who actually answer the question. No ripping meant or intended.
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Well, in order to be retarted one must suppose that it has been tarted in the first place. I myself find that a sturdy pair of levis keeps those mischievous pranksters from Tarting my butt. Although I still have to find a solution for retarted levis.
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Retarted? Anything to do with soars in your crouch?
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Originally Posted by ravenmore
I have no idea what "retarted" is. Is that even a word?
Is "retarted" is the way the ******** spell ********?
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Man, sorry to hassle you soooo much. But I get cracked on for doing something like that. Oh boy do I. You have no idea. Heck - you did it twice - once in the title and again in the poll. You know we have to bust on ya a little.....

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