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Chockstone Forum - General Discussion

General Climbing Discussion

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PN
20/09/2005
2:45:22 PM
please, would someone write something interesting...I don't want to resort to another short story to liven things up again. If you could collectively see to this as soon as possible that would be most appreciated

Kind regards

P

Sabu
20/09/2005
2:50:29 PM
see "the games climbers play" thread, then go to those links and entertain yourself for hours on the mindless games on those sites!! probem solved

IdratherbeclimbingM9
20/09/2005
3:50:10 PM
On 20/09/2005 P.N. wrote:
>I don't want to resort to another short story to liven things up again.
Why not?
I have appreciated your creativity in the past ...

kerroxapithecus
20/09/2005
5:05:15 PM
Ok...here goes

Rock climbing is a form of self-harm, maybe even self-mutilation.

steph
21/09/2005
11:29:49 AM
On 20/09/2005 kerroxapithecus wrote:
>Ok...here goes
>
>Rock climbing is a form of self-harm, maybe even self-mutilation.

yeah but we love it.... (*drools as she thinks about overhung sustained outdoor rock climbing with a view*)

Paradise
21/09/2005
11:34:58 AM
On 20/09/2005 kerroxapithecus wrote:
>Ok...here goes
>
>Rock climbing is a form of self-harm, maybe even self-mutilation.

Not climbing is a form of self denial :) To quote Buck 65 "a little pain is good for you"!

cruze
21/09/2005
11:59:06 AM
How about:

My friend Billy-Bob told me that girls really like guys who do extreme things so I bought a rope from Bunnings the other day and went to Nowra (which is meant to be a good place to go to pick up chicks according to my friend Billy-Bob). I saw these metal rings coming out of the rock and tied the rope around my waist and started to climb up. When I got to the first ring I untied the rope from my waist and threaded it through the ring then tied it back around my waist. I kept going thinking this is way extreme but after a while it got hard to pull the rope through the rings. When I had joined all the bolts on the wall (some place called South Central) with the rope I wasn't sure what to do next so I untied the rope from my waist once again and climbed to the top of the cliff and walked off. My question (sorry for the long story) is how can I get my rope back? I want to use it at this other cool chick pulling place called Centennial Glen (or something like that) but the rope is like hanging way up there on the cliff and it would be like a bit too way extreme for me to climb up there and get it without being tied in and all...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
21/09/2005
12:16:01 PM
Kerro said;
>Rock climbing is a form of self-harm, maybe even self-mutilation.

http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?ForumID=1&Action=Display&MessageID=20745&PagePos=0&Sort=

... as rhinckle can attest.


Billy-Bob lied to you cruze.
... You don't need to be extreme!
8}E

cruze
21/09/2005
2:34:27 PM
On 21/09/2005 M8iswhereitsat wrote:
>Kerro said;
>>Rock climbing is a form of self-harm, maybe even self-mutilation.
>
>http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?ForumID=1&Action=Display&MessageID=20745&PagePo
>=0&Sort=
>
>... as rhinckle can attest.
>
>
>Billy-Bob lied to you cruze.
>... You don't need to be extreme!
>8}E

Really? I have tried everything else but "they" just can't seem to get past the fact that I already have one girlfriend...

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