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Trad Climbing Club?
simey
15/04/2013
10:10:43 AM
On 15/04/2013 ajfclark wrote:
>Is that two wins in a row Simon?

Yep. And we are odds on to win next week too (but things will get tougher after that).
gfdonc
15/04/2013
10:37:32 AM
On 15/04/2013 simey wrote:
>You have hit the nail on the head there ODH. But I am frothing about footy.
>We beat Rupanyup for the first time in 17 years on Saturday. Imagine your
>longest siege in climbing and multiply it by god knows... that's what playing
>for Nati has been like the last 15 years for me.

Hmm .. Rupanyup, pop. 624 according to Wikipedia. If we want to run with that analogy, isn't that like saying you've been seiging Minimus for the past 15 years and finally ticked it?

Eduardo Slabofvic
15/04/2013
10:53:32 AM
On 15/04/2013 gfdonc wrote:
>>
>Hmm .. Rupanyup, pop. 624 according to Wikipedia. If we want to run with
>that analogy, isn't that like saying you've been seiging Minimus for the
>past 15 years and finally ticked it?
>

That's true, but Minimus as being seiged by a limbless, androgynous, torso with reduced brain function and bad breath.
gfdonc
15/04/2013
11:24:11 AM
Impressive achievement then, well done.

Sabu
15/04/2013
11:47:09 AM
On 15/04/2013 Edward Oslabofvic wrote:
>On 15/04/2013 gfdonc wrote:
>>>
>>Hmm .. Rupanyup, pop. 624 according to Wikipedia. If we want to run
>with
>>that analogy, isn't that like saying you've been seiging Minimus for
>the
>>past 15 years and finally ticked it?
>>
>
>That's true, but Minimus as being seiged by a limbless, androgynous, torso
>with reduced brain function and bad breath.

THAT is a stunning mental image! Yet another reason chocky needs a "like" button!
simey
15/04/2013
11:52:53 AM
On 15/04/2013 gfdonc wrote:
>On 15/04/2013 simey wrote:
>>You have hit the nail on the head there ODH. But I am frothing about
>footy.
>>We beat Rupanyup for the first time in 17 years on Saturday. Imagine
>your
>>longest siege in climbing and multiply it by god knows... that's what
>playing
>>for Nati has been like the last 15 years for me.
>
>Hmm .. Rupanyup, pop. 624 according to Wikipedia. If we want to run with
>that analogy, isn't that like saying you've been seiging Minimus for the
>past 15 years and finally ticked it?

I'm afraid that analogy has no bearing on reality... Kalkee have a population of 0 as far as I know (it is a place 17km outside of Horsham that consists of a football oval and a car race track) and yet they have won the last 5 premierships and this season have recruited even more good players.

Every season sees tens of thousands of dollars thrown around (by each club!) in an effort to attract footballers. If you think country footy only involves a bunch of guys from one local town rocking up on a Saturday to play a neighbouring town, think again.


Sabu
15/04/2013
11:56:47 AM
So in other words its inevitable that we'll soon be hearing of a doping scandal involving country football players being injected with a variety of performance enhancing substances such as sheep's brain and goat's testicles?!
gfdonc
15/04/2013
12:08:25 PM
Ah. Goatfest. of course
simey
15/04/2013
12:16:46 PM
On 15/04/2013 Sabu wrote:
>So in other words its inevitable that we'll soon be hearing of a doping
>scandal involving country football players being injected with a variety
>of performance enhancing substances such as sheep's brain and goat's testicles?!

Performance enhancing drugs are already a part of lower grade footy. They just can't afford to test for it like in AFL. If there was a drug that could make me mark and kick better, I would probably take it too.

Duang Daunk
15/04/2013
12:24:28 PM
On 15/04/2013 simey wrote:
>On 15/04/2013 Sabu wrote:
>>So in other words its inevitable that we'll soon be hearing of a doping
>>scandal involving country football players being injected with a variety
>>of performance enhancing substances such as sheep's brain and goat's
>testicles?!
>
>Performance enhancing drugs are already a part of lower grade footy. They
>just can't afford to test for it like in AFL. If there was a drug that
>could make me mark and kick better, I would probably take it too.

Viagra doesn't work huh?
>
simey
15/04/2013
12:59:46 PM
On 15/04/2013 Duang Daunk wrote:

>Viagra doesn't work huh?

I've never understood why Viagra was such a money spinner... a drug that gives guys an erection?! That's not usually the problem.
Wendy
15/04/2013
1:16:09 PM
On 14/04/2013 One Day Hero wrote:

>
>Why do you think I climb with you every time I'm down there?
>-Enthusiasm beyond what could be reasonably expected after 20yrs of climbing?
>Check
>-Climbing skills totally sorted? Check
>-Seeks out interesting routes? Check
>-Is up for full days (unlike the rest of the Nati climbers)? Check
>-Knows how to argue properly about inconsequential nonsense? Double Check!
>-Nice boobs? Check
>
>Perfect climbing partner really :)

Added bonus for you then that I don't climb in cold weather, so those boobs aren't covered up by 30 layers of clothing! Really, you should change your season preference, there'd be a lot more boob appreciation to be had all round. Sadly, I don't think a trad climbing club is the way forward for hot bod appreciation. They all sensibly cover up against the sun and getting mauled by rock and vegetation alike. Tropical sport climbing club would fit that bill a lot better.

Eduardo Slabofvic
15/04/2013
2:24:06 PM
What! No feminist monologue on the objectification of women? I'm crest fallen.
One Day Hero
15/04/2013
6:28:36 PM
On 15/04/2013 Edward Oslabofvic wrote:
>I'm crest fallen.

Have you tried viagra?
Wendy
15/04/2013
9:00:10 PM
On 15/04/2013 Edward Oslabofvic wrote:
>What! No feminist monologue on the objectification of women? I'm crest fallen.

See, this is one of those great hypocrisies where I'm allowed to take part in sexist banter about myself because I'm choosing to participate. If those women wanted to participate in banter about being fat, feral and available, well, all the best to them. Slightly different context and intentions though. Damo only throws that shit in to shock. Much more fun to play with it than jump up and down about it. Besides, as I make him climb in conditions he'd otherwise consider too hot, he inevitably takes his shirt off and that's good distraction from the silly hat ...

Miguel75
15/04/2013
9:05:27 PM
On 15/04/2013 Wendy wrote:
>...SNIP...Besides, as I make him climb in conditions he'd
>otherwise consider too hot, he inevitably takes his shirt off and that's
>good distraction from the silly hat ...

Good call Wendy though I find his superfluous nipple a distraction...

ajfclark
15/04/2013
9:11:37 PM
Aren't all male nipples superfluous?

Miguel75
15/04/2013
10:20:06 PM
On 15/04/2013 ajfclark wrote:
>Aren't all male nipples superfluous?

Not if you're lactating:)

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