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dalai
18/08/2012
9:50:39 PM
simey. is not the real simey

Big G
19/08/2012
12:01:32 AM
Fark. I.'m not even sure I. am who I used to be!.
widewetandslippery
19/08/2012
5:28:34 AM
You can hit me up for a Saturday if you want.

The "I'm a chick" got me.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
19/08/2012
7:08:34 PM
On 18/08/2012 dalai wrote:
>simey. is not the real simey

... but Chockstone's own dalai is the real deal!
;-)

stugang
26/08/2012
8:50:59 PM
Sometime or other in a PM Bomber Pro wrote:

"I think that referring to penises to get a response is just childish, I told you why I'm not using that name any more, why don't you use your name, your real name Stuart ?"

Sorry for referring to penises Muki - I won't do it again.

Da Stubombalicous

xxx

stugang
27/08/2012
4:57:33 PM
On 17/08/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>Oh, there's been a few!
>
>The first time I went to araps on my own (20yrs old, and having led a
>somewhat sheltered existence in Canberra), I met this wild hippy dude getting
>about in tiger pants (including a tail). We arranged to meet up at the
>flight deck in the afternoon, as he was really keen on leading Orestes.
>When I got up there, the dude was so stoned he could barely see, yet he
>proceeded to start up on lead. At about 5m he placed a single nut, declared
>it to be totally bomber, then ran it out nearly to the end of the hard
>bit before getting all confucted and pinging off! I did my best to emulate
>the gritstone belay technique I'd heard about, and managed to arrest the
>10m whipper with mr. stoner hovering millimeters above the rock at the
>base of the corner.
>
>And that's how I first met Bomber Pro! True story


Are you seriously saying bommer fell off Orestes? He paints himself as so much harder.
simey
27/08/2012
11:26:20 PM
On 18/08/2012 jkahd wrote:
>funny enough.. if you're the simey i think you are..(although i can't follow
>all these name changes and '.' dots.) i was in araps 2011 over chrissie
>and actually hitched a ride from you from bushranger bluff back to the
>pines.
>
>sure you wouldn't remember me though.. my unique identifier would have
>been stench (lack of shower), red eye - having stupidly swam in lake natty
>to try to "clean" myself after a week without a shower... and Feeble attempts
>to try to get up repo man..
>

My memory is getting bad. I don't think being a stinky climber with bloodshot eyes would distinguish you. But being a chick and having a go at Repo man (however feeble) should stick in my mind. Make sure you re-introduce yourself next time you are down.

jkahd
2/09/2012
6:04:46 PM
@simey good to see i made a lasting impression.. although in this instance it's prob a good thing i didn't ;). Still not 100% you're the real simey! but if so i'll def be honoured to re-introduce myself on my next araps trip ;)

@'arguably veering off-topic thread' - cease! although i can't deny i appreciate the couple additional potential partners i get every time it gets a post. ;) we'll see what this one gets me..

Duang Daunk
2/09/2012
7:03:54 PM
On 2/09/2012 jkahd wrote:
>@simey good to see i made a lasting impression.. although in this instance
>it's prob a good thing i didn't ;). Still not 100% you're the real simey!
>but if so i'll def be honoured to re-introduce myself on my next araps
>trip ;)
>
>@'arguably veering off-topic thread' - cease! although i can't deny i
>appreciate the couple additional potential partners i get every time it
>gets a post. ;) we'll see what this one gets me..
>

What kind of partners are you lookin for? Climbing or simey types?
If it is the simey type, then why isnt wideandslippery in with a chance?

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