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3 men and 1 Stiletto

Miguel75
1/01/2011
10:41:36 PM
Yesterday M9, Andrew (Climbau) and I had a rollicking good time climbing Stiletto at Buffalo. There was plenty of action, excitement and controversy. Stay tuned for the upcoming TR....


IdratherbeclimbingM9
1/01/2011
10:50:52 PM
>There was plenty of action, excitement and controversy.

That isn't how I remember it!
~> Looking forward to the slander report. Heh, heh, heh.

Miguel75
1/01/2011
11:11:20 PM
All I will say is artistic lisence M9.

climbau
3/01/2011
2:56:14 PM
Wordplay foreplay boys!
Can't wait to read this trip report. :)

salty crag
3/01/2011
9:00:26 PM
On 3/01/2011 climbau wrote:
>Wordplay foreplay boys!
>Can't wait to read this trip report. :)
Can we have pics too?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
3/01/2011
9:16:02 PM
M75 is just building suspense? ... either that, or is working out how to foil his report in such terms as the likely ODH/simey rewrite of it will be harder to-

... and after that climbau will publish his pics to set the record straight?

At the risk of pre-empting M75's plot; ... it wasn't a stiletto, but a sand(bag)al instead!

Miguel75
3/01/2011
10:04:11 PM
Touché M9.

I've only got my iPhone and it's a bugger to write on with my chubby fingers. In saying that, I'll give it a crack tomorrow...
simey
4/01/2011
12:38:04 AM
On 3/01/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>M75 is just building suspense? ... either that, or is working out how to
>foil his report in such terms as the likely ODH/simey rewrite of it will
>be harder to-

Forget the re-write... I will simply have a crack at writing it now...

The other day M9, Andrew (Climbau) and I had a rollicking good time climbing Stiletto at Buffalo. There was plenty of action, excitement and controversy.

It all started at the end of the first pitch. The climbing was as boring as batshit but fortunately M9 had bought a huge spliff which he lit up and which we all shared. It was after that when things started to get interesting. M9 took off all his clothes and announced that he was going to lead the next pitch completely naked. He even left his climbing shoes at the belay. It was as funny as hell watching him sketch his way up the delicate slab in bare feet. At one point he dynoed for an edge but because we were so whacked from the spliff we failed to feed out enough slack and he pulled up short and fell back down the rough granite slab grinding all the skin off his scrotum. We lowered him back to the belay. Despite being a bloodied mess, M9 was determined to claim the first nude ascent of this pitch (he had already claimed the first aided ascent) and so up he went again, this time successfully. We all followed (with our clothes on) and then I remembered I had some tabs of acid in my back pocket. I shared them around and we sat at the belay till they started to take effect. I don't remember much about the climb after that except that when we topped out we celebrated by snorting a few lines of coke. M9 was still bleeding though so we drove to Lake Catani where he dived in and freaked out some young kids by pretending that he had been attacked by a shark.

Good times all round. The End.
widewetandslippery
4/01/2011
8:31:15 AM
You left the bit out about M9 riding his bike home in the nude.

climbau
4/01/2011
8:34:42 AM
He also left out the part where Miguel75 reveals his cross dressing fetish.

climbau
4/01/2011
8:39:00 AM
On 4/01/2011 simey wrote:
> he pulled
>up short and fell back down the rough granite slab grinding all the skin
>off his scrotum. We lowered him back to the belay.

Does this mean that M9 is a T9-type droid with a titanium skeleton and priority bits covered with human-like flesh. Hmmm, maybe this explains the methodical way in which he despatches hard sections of aid and long run-out slabs????
One Day Hero
4/01/2011
9:01:28 AM
On 4/01/2011 simey wrote:
>
>Forget the re-write... I will simply have a crack at writing it now...
>
Pfffff hahaha, its a free for all.........I think I might prewrite a trip for f ladou

Let me see.......my report shall be called "Of three cheese-nibblers dogging one overgraded clip-up in the Valley Grose"

climbau
4/01/2011
9:05:05 AM
On 4/01/2011 widewetandslippery wrote:
>You left the bit out about M9 riding his bike home in the nude.
Sadly it was in my car, I'm still trying to get the tractor trails out of the upholstery!
widewetandslippery
4/01/2011
10:19:36 AM
The thought of sitting next to a nude ball bleeding M9 may even put me off beer today.

Butters81
4/01/2011
11:37:38 AM
On 4/01/2011 widewetandslippery wrote:
>The thought of sitting next to a nude ball bleeding M9 may even put me
>off beer today.
I doubt that
widewetandslippery
4/01/2011
11:38:22 AM
Butters have you met M9?

Butters81
4/01/2011
11:53:18 AM
I can't say I've had the pleasure, perhaps you could paint me a picture?

ajfclark
4/01/2011
12:25:07 PM
Have you seen Home Alone?

climbau
4/01/2011
12:50:18 PM
@ WW&S - I don't normally drink, but since that experience I haven't stopped. The nightmares are still plagueing me.
widewetandslippery
4/01/2011
1:40:32 PM
This is the sort of horrific incident that should make the papers, hit by lightning is nothing. Did he scab onto the car seat? Did he peel himself off or did you have to peel him off?

@climbau, are you seeking professional help?

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