Have you tried cycling in wellies?

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Postby bikepacker » 20 Jan 2007, 11:08pm

There was a cyclist named Mick
Who started a thread for a Kick
He wanted to know
In Wellies do we go
But got answers so funny and slick
There is your way. There is my way. But there is no "the way".

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Postby hubgearfreak » 20 Jan 2007, 11:22pm

Mick F wrote: the story of the shed and the hutch is true!


if the shed had landed on him, he'd certainly have felt it

Dai

Postby Dai » 21 Jan 2007, 12:45am

Was Starsky in the shed?

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Postby Mick F » 21 Jan 2007, 8:11am

I'll be away for then few days, and off the air.

Don't go away, I'll be back!

Mick F. Cornwall

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Postby Dai » 21 Jan 2007, 10:10am

Ok boss we're baiting with waited breath

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Postby hubgearfreak » 21 Jan 2007, 1:34pm

Mick F wrote:and off the air.


stay off the fags if it matters to you, stay off the beer if you must, but if you stay off the air, there'll be serious health risks

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Postby reohn2 » 21 Jan 2007, 2:28pm

hubgearfreak wrote:
Mick F wrote:and off the air.


stay off the fags if it matters to you, stay off the beer if you must, but if you stay off the air, there'll be serious health risks


If Mick's off the air he'll probably be on water.

Dai

Postby Dai » 21 Jan 2007, 11:08pm

You mean Mick can cycle on water - Jesus.

Hope he doesn't have burning bush problems later in life.

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Postby Ron » 22 Jan 2007, 12:45am

Never realised cycling in wellies could be considered anything other than normal in wet weather. :roll:

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Postby whoops » 22 Jan 2007, 2:52pm

bikepacker wrote:I've never biked in Wellingtons but my dad flew in them during the war.



I had a Buff that took off in a Hurricane. It was Quite Earie!

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Postby reohn2 » 22 Jan 2007, 8:38pm

whoops wrote:
bikepacker wrote:I've never biked in Wellingtons but my dad flew in them during the war.



I had a Buff that took off in a Hurricane. It was Quite Earie!

Wonder if it came down in Balaclava or just got a head start.I don't know where it a stems all from but suppose we're just saddled with it.We'd better just straighten out 'n' fly right or welly get told off.

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Postby whoops » 22 Jan 2007, 9:27pm

Nice one R2, I can't cap that. Obviously peak of the pops, peak-poppers. :roll:

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Postby Dai » 23 Jan 2007, 7:48pm

Are accountants that work for hat suppliers beanie counters? Did your buff bobble in the wind? Would have been the last straw if it had hit a boater. If it whistled in the wind it might have been mistaken for a trill-bee. Keep your hat on.

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Postby hubgearfreak » 23 Jan 2007, 8:01pm

Dai wrote:
1.Are accountants that work for hat suppliers beanie counters?
2.Did your buff bobble in the wind?
3.Would have been the last straw if it had hit a boater.
4.If it whistled in the wind it might have been mistaken for a trill-bee.

Keep your hat on.


one too many for a hatrick, i'm afraid

Dai

Postby Dai » 23 Jan 2007, 8:05pm

Guess I'll just have to beret the hatchet then