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Onesie night at araps
martym
6/04/2014
9:47:45 AM
On 6/04/2014 Sonic wrote:
>Oh man, you guys now mean not only do we have to tolerate pissed uni students
>wearing these silly things out on the town on a Saturday night, but we're
>going to run into them at the crag as well?!?
>
>Why not have a croc wearing convention while you're at it and you can
>really look like a true pack of dumbasses! ;)

i dunno i like the idea of the "selected climbs children's edition"...
"What's that on Kachoong, Ani?"
""OOoohh ooh aaahhh aahh!"
"And who's gotten herself wedged in Scorpion?"
"Moooooooo"
Reluctant
8/04/2014
10:48:04 AM
Now that the joyless old farts have finished bagging it - we are on. Lots of direct feedback that's positive (it it best kept out of the light).

Best and less have them cheap.

I will be serving margaritas.

If its not your thing bring your rocking chair, curl up and watch a movie with a nana rug over your lap. Apparently last century that was fun.

Miguel75
8/04/2014
5:39:08 PM
On 8/04/2014 Reluctant wrote:
>Now that the joyless old farts have finished bagging it - we are on... SNIP...

Mmmm, I'm not finished yet, merely saving energy for another attack at a latter time;)

>If its not your thing bring your rocking chair, curl up and watch a movie
>with a nana rug over your lap. Apparently last century that was fun.

I've never been to Araps over Easter. I may come along this year to experience the sights and sounds and maybe even climb. To help maintain quietude in the pines what would you guys recommend, a hammer or a 12 gauge?
Reluctant
8/04/2014
8:27:06 PM
I love trout fishing.
Dave J
9/04/2014
12:21:29 AM
Go on then. Anyone in a distinctly goatesque onesie gets in to goat fest for half price.

Let it never be said I don't move with the times.

martym
9/04/2014
9:52:40 PM
On 9/04/2014 Dave J wrote:
>Go on then. Anyone in a distinctly goatesque onesie gets in to goat fest
>for half price.
>
>Let it never be said I don't move with the times.

what about if they have a goatie?

Climboholic
10/04/2014
8:20:54 AM
On 8/04/2014 Reluctant wrote:
>Now that the joyless old farts have finished bagging it - we are on. Lots
>of direct feedback that's positive (it it best kept out of the light).
>
>
>Best and less have them cheap.
>
>I will be serving margaritas.
>
>If its not your thing bring your rocking chair, curl up and watch a movie
>with a nana rug over your lap. Apparently last century that was fun.

Your profile says you're 44. Is this a lie or just sad?
simey
10/04/2014
10:33:52 AM
On 9/04/2014 Dave J wrote:
>Go on then. Anyone in a distinctly goatesque onesie gets in to goat fest for half price.
>
>Let it never be said I don't move with the times.

I'm not sure about that. You didn't choose to run with the concept of introducing stand-up comedy to Goatfest, despite the fact that a few people were willing to risk all.

shortman
10/04/2014
10:43:14 AM
On 10/04/2014 simey wrote:
>On 9/04/2014 Dave J wrote:
>>Go on then. Anyone in a distinctly goatesque onesie gets in to goat fest
>for half price.
>>
>>Let it never be said I don't move with the times.
>
>I'm not sure about that. You didn't choose to run with the concept of
>introducing stand-up comedy to Goatfest, despite the fact that a few people
>were willing to risk all.
>

Yep...and I was willing to do it cheap for you folks too....oh well...your loss, :)

IdratherbeclimbingM9
10/04/2014
11:00:00 AM
On 9/04/2014 martym wrote:
>On 9/04/2014 Dave J wrote:
>>Go on then. Anyone in a distinctly goatesque onesie gets in to goat fest
>>for half price.
>>
>>Let it never be said I don't move with the times.
>
>what about if they have a goatie*
?
(* see below)

&

On 10/04/2014 shortman wrote:
>Yep...and I was willing to do it cheap for you folks too....oh well...your loss, :)
>

Like this / appreciative audience?
*






Heh, heh, mmaaaaa.
;-)

Duang Daunk
10/04/2014
11:49:34 AM
On 8/04/2014 Reluctant wrote:
> - we are on.

>If its not your thing bring your rocking chair, curl up and watch a movie
>with a nana rug over your lap. Apparently last century that was fun.

The Arapiles Easter Orientation Programme has sanctioned that for this event too. Simey has already reserved a spot for his out next to Golden Streak Boulder, but M9 is still researching how to find the old folks home that Warren Harding recommended.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
10/04/2014
1:29:46 PM
On 10/04/2014 Duang Daunk wrote:
>The Arapiles Easter Orientation Programme has sanctioned that for this
>event too. Simey has already reserved a spot for his out next to Golden
>Streak Boulder, but M9 is still researching how to find the old folks home
>that Warren Harding recommended.

Been there, done that, got my second wind and am still going...

Hexy showed me where it is back in 2004or5* sometime.
(*That's the bugger of getting older; ... time seems to slip away, and can be harder to keep track of.)
Dave J
15/04/2014
9:58:52 PM
I didn't say no Simey, I just reckon you should wait till next year when you're running the show and you can build a whole program around the whole stand up comedy concept.
simey
15/04/2014
10:15:34 PM
Well you did say no and I have no plans to run Goatfest next year. And who said anything about running the whole program around stand-up comedy?
hero
15/04/2014
10:30:43 PM
So, just to clear my confusion, is the onesie thing the same as the dance party advertised on facebook, cos I would prefer to go to the dancing than the onesie thing if its not.

shortman
15/04/2014
11:01:36 PM
Alright...I will stab anyone wearing a Onsie and acting suspicious on the night....sorry....stems from a childhood phobia....and Simey and Dave when u two stop bickering like a couple of old fellas with nuthin funny to say, hand this goatfest/comedy thing over to me and I'll roll with it.....sounds like it could do with a bit of a spice up.
simey
16/04/2014
8:01:57 AM
On 15/04/2014 shortman wrote:
>....and Simey and Dave when u two stop bickering like a couple of old fellas with nuthin funny to say, hand this goatfest/comedy thing over to me and I'll roll with it.....sounds like it could do with a bit of a spice up.

Sounds like you are the man Dan. Hopefully you will get some takers for doing stand-up next year. Given that the prospect of dying on stage is far more likely than dying on the most run-out route you have ever led, you might not get anyone putting up their hand.
Reluctant
16/04/2014
9:04:32 AM
Why be divisive. Project the movies on tiger wall, watching wearing a onesie, followed by stand up and then kick off the rave.

Shortman - do you work for the post office? Own a secret basement or have a subscription to "Knife wielding maniacs monthly"

Don't forget to pack your onesie.
Wear it with rebellion against all "old farts". Look stupid and have a laugh at yourself and everyone else.

shortman
16/04/2014
11:01:07 AM
On 16/04/2014 simey wrote:
>On 15/04/2014 shortman wrote:
>>....and Simey and Dave when u two stop bickering like a couple of old
>fellas with nuthin funny to say, hand this goatfest/comedy thing over to
>me and I'll roll with it.....sounds like it could do with a bit of a spice
>up.
>
>Sounds like you are the man Dan. Hopefully you will get some takers for
>doing stand-up next year. Given that the prospect of dying on stage is
>far more likely than dying on the most run-out route you have ever led,
>you might not get anyone putting up their hand.
>

That's alright....I'm ok with sayin bad one liners all night long...

shortman
16/04/2014
11:15:06 AM
On 16/04/2014 Reluctant wrote:
>Why be divisive. Project the movies on tiger wall, watching wearing a onesie,
>followed by stand up and then kick off the rave.
>
>Shortman - do you work for the post office?
No

>Own a secret basement
Yes...but it's a studio

>or have
>a subscription to "Knife wielding maniacs monthly"
No
>
>Don't forget to pack your onesie.
>Wear it with rebellion against all "old farts". Look stupid and have a
>laugh at yourself and everyone else.
>

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