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shortman
3-Jun-2012
1:15:10 PM
"Pissing through 6 inches of clothes with a 3 inch penis" Anonymous Everest
summiteer when asked what was the hardest thing about climbing Mt Everest

What a classic!
JohnK
3-Jun-2012
3:52:39 PM
On 3/06/2012 shortman wrote:
>"Pissing through 6 inches of clothes with a 3 inch penis" Anonymous Everest
>
>summiteer when asked what was the hardest thing about climbing Mt Everest
>
>What a classic!

Indeed!

There are stories of people exposing certain body parts to the elements on Everest and getting frostbite there which sounds nasty!
gfdonc
4-Jun-2012
12:52:29 PM
On 1/06/2012 JohnK wrote:
>"Pissing through 6 inches of clothes with a 3 inch penis" Anonymous Everest
>
>summiteer when asked what was the hardest thing about climbing Mt Everest

I thought this one was Andrew Lindblade, anyone confirm?
RockyRomper
6-Jun-2012
5:36:06 PM
On 4/06/2012 gfdonc wrote:
>On 1/06/2012 JohnK wrote:
>>"Pissing through 6 inches of clothes with a 3 inch penis" Anonymous Everest
>>
>>summiteer when asked what was the hardest thing about climbing Mt Everest
>
>I thought this one was Andrew Lindblade, anyone confirm?
>

I have always attributed the above quote to Eric Phillips
Shannonk
17-Jul-2012
11:28:18 PM
Don't know who said this but it's from a few weeks ago at frog after someone had just fallen,

"f--- the crack! the cracks shit! I'm going toface climb the shit out of the crack!"

kuu
20-Jul-2012
2:33:02 PM
"I almost reckon that the measure of how good you are isn't the hardest climb you can do, but the easiest climb you can't! Who gives a fuch if you can climb 28 at South Central. If there's a gr16 offwidth at Buffalo that shuts you down, you're a gr15 climber :)"

One Day Hero, on this Forum
Source: http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?Action=DisplayTopic&ForumID=3&MessageID=13194&Replies=54&MsgPagePos=-1#NewPost
Olbert
20-Jul-2012
2:47:07 PM
On 17/07/2012 Shannonk wrote:
>Don't know who said this but it's from a few weeks ago at frog after someone
>had just fallen,
>
>"f--- the crack! the cracks shit! I'm going toface climb the shit out
>of the crack!"

Every crack has two edges!
One Day Hero
20-Jul-2012
3:01:26 PM
On 20/07/2012 Olbert wrote:
>
>Every crack has two edges!

Except stuff like Windjammer at Point Perp, which has two amazingly slopey bums. Saw some french dude a while ago layback/cheat his way up Icebird.........didn't work quite so well on Windjammer :D

shortman
20-Jul-2012
3:07:00 PM
Why do people call laybacking cheating?

When your a few meters above your last dodgy bit of gear it doesn't feel like cheating!
Olbert
20-Jul-2012
4:25:52 PM
On 20/07/2012 shortman wrote:
>Why do people call laybacking cheating?
>
>When your a few meters above your last dodgy bit of gear it doesn't feel
>like cheating!

Because:
Grade 25 sport climber can layback their way up grade 15 cracks at grade 25.
Grade 15 crack climber cannot crack climb their way up grade 25 sport climbs at grade 15.

Basically it's because it's unfair to the beard strokers.

The good Dr
20-Jul-2012
4:56:58 PM
On 20/07/2012 Olbert wrote:
>On 20/07/2012 shortman wrote:
>>Why do people call laybacking cheating?
>>
>>When your a few meters above your last dodgy bit of gear it doesn't feel
>>like cheating!
>
>Because:
>Grade 25 sport climber can layback their way up grade 15 cracks at grade
>25.
>Grade 15 crack climber cannot crack climb their way up grade 25 sport
>climbs at grade 15.
>

Try going to Kalymnos to achieve that
gfdonc
28-Aug-2012
12:22:30 PM
Heard on mountainproject.com

"I don't like it when climbers say something is awkward. The rock is never awkward. You just don't have the technique to do it right. Do you tell a toddler who can barely walk the ground is awkward?"
Olbert
28-Aug-2012
1:26:10 PM
The proximity theory: the closer you are to a route the harder and scarier it seems.

Paraphrased from somewhere in the Araps guide

Cool Hand Lock
1-Sep-2012
6:49:28 AM
Climber: I wanna go climb in Krabi.
Non-climber: Where's that?
Climber: Thailand.
Non-climber: Asia?
Climber: Yeah.
Non-climber(seriously): Don't people go there to have sex with ladyboys.
Climber: Mostly, there is some other stuff there aswell.

Cool Hand Lock
1-Sep-2012
6:57:10 AM
On 3/06/2012 shortman wrote:
>"Pissing through 6 inches of clothes with a 3 inch penis" Anonymous Everest
>
>summiteer when asked what was the hardest thing about climbing Mt Everest
>
>What a classic!

Quote was possibly from Mentzy on a cold Natimuk morning. Hardest thing about starting a cafe. At 830am.
Duncan
1-Sep-2012
11:30:53 AM
Yesterday marked 20 years since Wolfgang Gullich passed away. In recognition:

"A man doesn't go to drink coffee after climbing, coffee is integral part of the climbing."


Cool Hand Lock
5-Sep-2012
6:21:19 AM
On 1/09/2012 Duncan wrote:
>Yesterday marked 20 years since Wolfgang Gullich passed away. In recognition:
>
"Watch out for that car."
simey
5-Sep-2012
12:52:58 PM
On 1/09/2012 Cool Hand Lock wrote:
>On 3/06/2012 shortman wrote:
>>"Pissing through 6 inches of clothes with a 3 inch penis" Anonymous Everest
>>
>>summiteer when asked what was the hardest thing about climbing Mt Everest
>>
>>What a classic!
>
>Quote was possibly from Mentzy on a cold Natimuk morning. Hardest thing
>about starting a cafe. At 830am.

I don't think so.

shortman
6-Sep-2012
10:51:21 AM
On 6/09/2012 StuckNut wrote:
>Most ales benefit from not having your taste buds numbed from cold! Its
>only Aust 'mega swill' lagers that are drank ice cold, coz otherwise they
>taste like a greenies armpit.

Classic quote from another thread.


ajfclark
6-Sep-2012
10:58:38 AM
I think a greenie's armpit might taste better than XXXX.

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