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General Climbing Discussion

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Climbing Puns
martym
7/08/2013
7:55:28 AM
I'm in Prague and saw a brand of t-shirt with a little mountain logo "Neverest"

... I'm sure there are dozens of good, bad and ugly climbing puns and bastardisations (Kathmandu outdoor gear...?)

Anyone care to share?
robbio
7/08/2013
10:10:28 AM
Not a pun, but I recently saw a woman in the blue mountains with a t shirt that said "I climbed Mount Druit" Pure class

bigchris
7/08/2013
8:52:21 PM
I'll give it a crack...

Miguel75
7/08/2013
9:05:07 PM
On 7/08/2013 bigchris wrote:
>I'll give it a crack...

Once you go crack you'll never go back...

P.S. It's 10:43. I just got your pun....
martym
7/08/2013
9:14:33 PM
On 7/08/2013 robbio wrote:
>Not a pun, but I recently saw a woman in the blue mountains with a t shirt
>that said "I climbed Mount Druit" Pure class

Extra points if it was actually misspelt
GriZZly
8/08/2013
2:14:12 AM
I got given one of those shirts as a xmas present a few years ago, i still have a giggle when i put it on. It is spelt correctly on mine...
Dave_S
8/08/2013
11:35:20 AM
I think we can end this discussion right here:

What do you get when you cross a mosquito with a rock climber?

Nothing. You can't cross a vector with a scalar.
PDRM
9/08/2013
1:04:02 PM
On 8/08/2013 Dave_S wrote:
>I think we can end this discussion right here:
>
>What do you get when you cross a mosquito with a rock climber?
>
>Nothing. You can't cross a vector with a scalar.

Which gets on to the next question: why are so many climbers engineers or physical scientists?
P
hero
9/08/2013
3:11:48 PM
A friend once misread a T Shirt which he thought said 'He who dies with the most toes wins.'

Definitely a truism of mountaineering.

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