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General Climbing Discussion

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MrsM10iswhereitsat.
26-Feb-2008
3:11:34 PM
25/02/08 hero wrote;
>MrsM10

>Truly, thou must taketh the piss?

Dear Mr hero,

Truly, truly pathetic question Mr hero (if I may quote Mr stugang’s response), as there are degrees of vulgarity and insensitivity, which I might add, the policy of this site appears to recognise.
Which part of the following Chockstone Policy do you disagree with Mr hero?

>Posts containing extremely offensive language, blatant racism, sexual harassment, or out right personal attacks on other forum members are unacceptable. >On the other hand, light hearted banter, general cursing & expletives, and heated, confrontational debate is fine.

Masquerading under the pseudonym of Tourette's Syndrome (mute or otherwise), is sad and poor taste humour in the opinion of many of my circle of friends (knitters and otherwise!), and is hardly in the league of say, a Mr E.S*. fart joke! (*Name shortened to protect the innocent; however they truly are inspirational !!).
The word depicted in the photograph as it appeared would be covered by more than one part of the above policy and it was right that it was deleted.

Maybe it is easier if I hide this thread so my lightweight sensibilities are not further offended, but if I do that, then I am likely to miss your considered response?

By the way, Derek my ip-lost love, tells me I am wasting my time and am only baiting you by responding!

MrsM10.



Mr nmonteith wrote;
>I reckon this topic should be pretty much un-moderated.

Shame, shame Mr nmonteith, and just as I was warming to the idea of your new moustache too! It would be such a shame to see your considerable talent as a moderator of long standing, wasted by focussing on chinese shoe sales spam-peoples! You are worthy of a higher calling!

mousey
26-Feb-2008
5:07:55 PM
hows this for funny- no work, no license, push bike broken, crags seeping, and its gonna cost me $70 to replace the tiny little friggen plastic clip in the dishwasher that holds the wheel on the rollers. what a f---ing load of bullshit.

nmonteith
26-Feb-2008
5:27:41 PM
time to move to arapiles josh. :-)

Sabu
26-Feb-2008
6:07:26 PM
On 26/02/2008 mousey wrote:
>hows this for funny- no work, no license, push bike broken, crags seeping,
>and its gonna cost me $70 to replace the tiny little friggen plastic clip
>in the dishwasher that holds the wheel on the rollers. what a f---ing load
>of bullshit.
lol what about surfing/skating and not to mention the fact that you JUST came home from Japan, NZ etc!!!

Rich
26-Feb-2008
10:12:47 PM
On 26/02/2008 MrsM10iswhereitsat. wrote:

>Maybe it is easier if I hide this thread so my lightweight sensibilities
>are not further offended, but if I do that, then I am likely to miss your
>considered response?

Ah MrsM10, wait a bit, skip opver the nasties then hide it.. Easy solution and would leave the (not that) offensive funnies for the rest of us..
>
>Mr nmonteith wrote;
>>I reckon this topic should be pretty much un-moderated.
>
Agreed.

m9whereisthat
29-Feb-2008
10:38:48 PM
On 26/02/2008 Rich wrote:

>Ah MrsM10, wait a bit, skip opver the nasties then hide it.. Easy solution
>and would leave the (not that) offensive funnies for the rest of us..

Sorry Richie but I agree with MrsM10 because those funnies are offensive.

I apologise for starting this but I saw a 4 corners special on wife beating the other night and now see that
a c'unt is less offensive than a c--t and i promise to always heed the distinction in any posts in future.
hero
1-Mar-2008
10:03:57 PM
MrsM10iswhereitsat.

My question/statement stands.

PS I like to think of it as Telstra Syndrome : Cwnts, Cwnts, Fukcing Cwnts

Chuck Norris
1-Mar-2008
10:15:10 PM
On 1/03/2008 hero wrote:
>MrsM10iswhereitsat.
>
>My question/statement stands.
>
>PS I like to think of it as Telstra Syndrome : Cwnts, Cwnts, Fukcing Cwnts

steady hero...my granmama was welsh and her name was dwyk fukcwngg cwnts so if you don't
apologise it'll be duelling haggis's at dawn.
hero
1-Mar-2008
10:29:24 PM
bloody hell, what was her porn name?

mousey
2-Mar-2008
1:57:36 AM
it not frisfay but its sURDy and im n NOT looking dorwARD ro th massive hangover that wawur me in a fe w hourw

MrsM10iswhereitsat.
3-Mar-2008
12:39:48 PM
Mr hero wrote:
>bloody hell, what was her porn name?

I sometimes like your sense of humour!

But, (and this is an important distinction), you lot are truly awful with your ongoing and provocative use of naughty swear-words!
I think Derek my M10 love was right.

Mr hero also wrote;
>MrsM10iswhereitsat.
>
>My question/statement stands.

Mr hero I presume you are referring to your former question of
>MrsM10
>Truly, thou must taketh the piss?

It depends on whether you feel baited or not !!

I have taken Mr Rich's advice and am now skipping off lightly to the afternoon (**baiters**, no, no, not that. You have me feeling flustered), tea party! Deary me that's what I was meaning to say!!
Would you like a cuppa?
hero
3-Mar-2008
1:49:27 PM
MrsM10. Being a vegan I don't do much fishing anymore but it occurs to me that bait is relatively ineffectual without a hook.

MrsM10iswhereitsat.
3-Mar-2008
2:14:45 PM
Ahh, my good Mr hero. Why do we need hooks to scratch the surface of this interesting topic

when there are so many bottom feeders feasting on the burly crumbs??
devlin66
4-Mar-2008
10:57:01 AM
and what have you knitted on grit lately MrsM10.....
hero
4-Mar-2008
11:54:29 AM
Und der Haifisch, der hat Zähne
Und die trägt er im Gesicht

www.youtube.com/watch?v=My9B4uQYJn4


MrsM10iswhereitsat.
4-Mar-2008
12:41:58 PM
On 4/03/2008 devlin66 wrote:
>and what have you knitted on grit lately MrsM10.....

Hello Mr devlin66,

Since Derek my IP-lost M10 love became “disbaled” by the “motherators” on this fabulous site, not only has the tone of the place changed but we have had the fortunate by-product of more time to caress the rock. I must admit though to not having climbed (or knitted on), the English grit, which sounds very much like what we put on the bottom of our budgie cage!
All this headpoint nonsense is perplexing to me, especially when most of that medium seems to be only practice for real climbing further afield as I gather for the most part, it really is little more than glorified bouldering when it comes to height, from what I have read and seen in photographs.
According to Derek my love, about the only decent thing the pommies have exported to Australia was that wonderful Mr Ewbank who had the good sense to realise that Australia has such blessed rock that it required a better grading system to match to it!
Have you had any good climbing sessions at Kangaroo Point recently?

Regards,
MrsM10



Mr hero wrote;
>Und der Haifisch, der hat Zähne
>Und die trägt er im Gesicht

= And the shark fish, that has teeth and carries it in the face

Ahh my dear Mr hero, I would have thought that a young chappie like yourself would not be a conusor of Mr Louis Armstrong singing mack the knife! It certainly warms the c--kles of this old girls heart hearing him rasp out the lyrics of pearly whites and billowing red!, though sadly Derek my M10 love appreciates more recent heavy rock bands to a greater extent, so I don’t get to hear Louis much these days!
I wonder if Mr Armstrong ever touched grit?
Have you ever felt the need to climb on grit Mr hero?; other than perhaps when Mr E.S. lets go with one of his infamous fart jokes??
Regards,
MrsM10

Post edit.
Now why did this error message

>WARNING: Your message may contain offensive language. >This is a moderated forum. >Please refer to this help topic for more details and edit your message accordingly. >Thank-you.

pop up like that?
I have never seen this before.
Really, there is no rhyme or reason to things some days!
devlin66
4-Mar-2008
1:00:23 PM
Yes, very good, I actually tend to agree with you there. Just dangling my thinly baited hook out there.

On 4/03/2008 MrsM10iswhereitsat. wrote:
>Have you had any good climbing sessions at Kangaroo Point recently?

Headpointed myself off the top of Lesbian Printshop Workers last night. Silly bloody trad placements.

Eduardo Slabofvic
4-Mar-2008
1:34:52 PM
On 4/03/2008 MrsM10iswhereitsat. wrote:
>about the only decent thing the pommies have
>exported to Australia was that wonderful Mr Ewbank who had the good sense
>to realise that Australia has such blessed rock that it required a better
>grading system to match to it!

I have always thought that the Poms had it right in the first place, but they dropped the ball when they got
to “Extreme”, when instead of going E1, E2, E3 Etc….they should have picked up the thesaurus and had
a bit more of a think about it.

Stay with Extreme, but instead of E2 have “Really Extreme” (RE), then “Heinously Extreme” (HE), “Really
Heinously Extreme” (RHE), “Outrageously Extreme” (OE), “Really Outrageously Extreme” (ROE),
“Balltearing” (B), “Outrageously Balltearing” (OB), “Noumenally Outrageously Balltearing” (NOB).

JimboV10
4-Mar-2008
1:43:46 PM
"Bodaciously difficult"
"You're the man (or woman)"
"Wow you survived"
"Notify Next of Kin"
"You're shitting me right"
"Pre-order ambulance"
"Why bother with a rope"
hero
4-Mar-2008
3:04:10 PM
Of course, an impromptu version of this system still exists in route names like Ground Cummin, Run it Out sucker and Rock and Roll Suicide.

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