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Good Morning on my wedding day

Muttly1981Muttly1981 Posts: 849
edited May 2011 in The Crudcatcher
Morning Crud Monkeys
Well the day is final here that i should have been getting married so i will be spending it throwing my bike around Llandegla, eating bacon and watching the football. Just to think I had a nervious breakdown over that filthy censored who says things don't work out for the better :-)
What if your dreams and fears existed in the same place? What if to get to heaven, you had to brave hell? What if everything you've ever wanted cost you everything you've ever achieved? Would you still go there?

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  • crakercraker Posts: 2,060
    :shock:

    Enjoy your day!
  • DIESELDOGDIESELDOG Posts: 2,087
    Lucky escape.

    It only took me 17 years to get out of mine...

    Have a super day everyone.

    Love n hugs

    DD
    Eagles may soar but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.

    www.onemanandhisbike.co.uk
  • Cat With No TailCat With No Tail Posts: 13,581
    Well there's a cheery start to the weekend.

    Nothing planned for today. Probably go get some groceries, maybe consider tidying up the hurricane disaster zone that is my garden.
  • PudseypPudseyp Posts: 3,514
    Muttly1981 wrote:
    Morning Crud Monkeys
    Well the day is final here that i should have been getting married so i will be spending it throwing my bike around Llandegla, eating bacon and watching the football. Just to think I had a nervious breakdown over that filthy censored who says things don't work out for the better :-)

    Brilliant !!! thing is your bike will always be there, you can ride her anytime and as hard as you want and she will never complain....the trinkets you buy here are also cheaper....and the best thing is she loves the dirty stuff !!!

    Off to Deggy myself in a bit..so have a good one
    Tomac Synper 140 Giant XTC Alliance 1
    If the world was flat, I wouldn't be riding !
  • jay12jay12 Posts: 6,306
    race weekend today. race tommorow.
    my first ever race as well i can't wait
  • ClankClank Posts: 2,323
    Voltaire once said 'all things work out for the best, in the best of all possible worlds'.

    There are times the man ain't wrong. 8)
    How would I write my own epitaph? With a crayon - I'm not allowed anything I can sharpen to a sustainable point.

    Disclaimer: Opinions expressed herein are worth exactly what you paid for them.
  • GazlarGazlar Posts: 8,110
    Muttly1981
    Sounds like you are well shot, enjoy the ride and pop some porn on later whilst drinking scotch and smoking a big cigar

    jay12
    Good Luck tommorrow, remember you are not only representing yourself, but all of the hopes and dreams of the Crudcatcher lie on your shoulders, so no pressure :D

    And good morning, I'm more relieved than anything today after cackhandedly being able to locate and send in my job application, glad its out the way. Today however, I'm at work, spare but as there are a couple of jobs open later its going to be a busy one I fear, still finished for quart to 8 at the latest, then an evening watching football eating my homemade Burgers, before working my way through some more episodes of the fantastic Diners, Drives ins and Dives, where food like this is often on the menu

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    Bon appetite and good day
    Mountain biking is like sex.......more fun when someone else is getting hurt
    Amy
    Farnsworth
    Zapp
  • jay12jay12 Posts: 6,306
    Gazlar
    ahhah, thanks mate, i shall do the crud catcher proud
  • El CapitanoEl Capitano Posts: 13,671
    Good Morning Freaks!

    Going shopping shortly for tomorrow's birthday party 'do'. Then going to get a few more miles in on the Focus. Still hoping my stuffs from CRC will arrive today. It's showing dispached on their website, so fingers crossed.

    Bacons, ommlette and toast have been consumed in vast quantities for breakfast. TBH, with all this extra mileage I'm doing, I'm struggling to keep myself 'fueled' properly. I've lost half a stone over the past couple of months.

    Mutley - Lucky espcape methinks.

    Jay - Good luck.

    Gazlar - That's this evening's dinner sorted!

    Laters...
  • RaymondavalonRaymondavalon Posts: 5,346
    Greetings Maggots..

    I did something unorthodox last night and decided NOT to set the alarm clock and wake up when I wake up..
    So, I woke up at 10AM, not that I had a good night's sleep due to the neighbour's baby crying all night and sadly I can hear the cries from my room..

    Today is a day of housework, as if I get all my "chores" done today it frees me up for riding tomorrow and Monday. Win!\

    Monaco GP qualifying on in an hour or so... Win once more,,
    jay12 wrote:
    race weekend today. race tomorrow.
    my first ever race as well i can't wait

    Good luck for tomorrow Jay12. Let us know how it goes.. and some photos..
  • KittyKitty Posts: 2,844
    Good Afternoon,

    Hope your all having a nice day!

    I've just got up after a family Golden Wedding party last night, now for a quick shop and back out again tonight with all the student nurses!

    Top weekend!


    Oh and sponsor me, go on http://www.justgiving.com/Beth-Louise89
  • getonyourbikegetonyourbike Posts: 2,804
    Good luck Jay12. I think this is the first time ever that we've been supportive to him and not just ripped on him

    Another day of meh for me. I've jsut had lots of bacon though, so it isn't bad. The Formulas Oros are on and seem really good, I've just got my bargain X7 mech in the post but the cables I ordered from Biketart which they said they had in stock, they didn't actually and they are waiting for a delivery before they can send them out. So that's about 5 weeks since I've been on the trails after being hit by a bloody car and sorting the bike out.

    But i have had a good play around on the streets, wheelies and manuals are the best they've ever been. I can now do an endo and then ride backwards and i've done a little bit of cornering practise on a gravel turn with a slick on the back. Ain't half sketchy.
  • GazlarGazlar Posts: 8,110
    Well just found out unofficially that the job I was going for was taken down as it was filled internally, oh well, nothing ventured nothing gained, only my hopes and dreams.

    To be fairit wasonly going to be an interim move, at least I can try for preferred locations as and when they arise.

    To numb the pain however, starbucks is soothing me nicely
    Mountain biking is like sex.......more fun when someone else is getting hurt
    Amy
    Farnsworth
    Zapp
  • whyamiherewhyamihere Posts: 7,398
    Gazlar wrote:
    it was filled internally
    *sniggers*
  • foxc_ukfoxc_uk Posts: 1,292
    Gazlar wrote:
    I was filled internally, soothing me nicely

    Sorry, couldn't help myself...

    kisses

    FoxC
  • Cat With No TailCat With No Tail Posts: 13,581
    Gazlar - Bad times.

    Still, keep on looking, something will turn up.

    You could always come over here and be a seasonal driver for the steam train :lol:
  • GazlarGazlar Posts: 8,110
    foxc_uk wrote:
    Gazlar wrote:
    I was filled internally, soothing me nicely

    Sorry, couldn't help myself...

    kisses

    FoxC

    well it is gay pride here in brum, and my milkshake does bring all the boys to the yard, although there's no way they are sticking their straw in my shapely cup

    interestingly brum is full of bummers today, many wearing nutlube tshirts!

    And cheers cwnt, it was a no lose situation though, I'm happy in my work, just in a sheeite town, but staying put means more money and more leave.
    Mountain biking is like sex.......more fun when someone else is getting hurt
    Amy
    Farnsworth
    Zapp
  • getonyourbikegetonyourbike Posts: 2,804
    where do you live? If you want to live somewhere else shite, come to Pensnett, the Gypo capital of the UK.
  • Cat With No TailCat With No Tail Posts: 13,581
    Gazlar wrote:
    foxc_uk wrote:
    Gazlar wrote:
    I was filled internally, soothing me nicely

    Sorry, couldn't help myself...

    kisses

    FoxC

    well it is gay pride here in brum, and my milkshake does bring all the boys to the yard, although there's no way they are sticking their straw in my shapely cup

    interestingly brum is full of bummers today, many wearing nutlube tshirts!

    And cheers cwnt, it was a no lose situation though, I'm happy in my work, just in a sheeite town, but staying put means more money and more leave.

    More of a Sunni fella are you?
  • Muttly1981Muttly1981 Posts: 849
    Gazlar wrote:
    Muttly1981
    Sounds like you are well shot, enjoy the ride and pop some porn on later whilst drinking scotch and smoking a big cigar

    One thing for sure is if i was still with her i wouldn't have rediscovered my love for mountain biking as that's what kept me out of spiraling into deep depression and i certainly wouldn't have been able to buy myself a Meta 5.5 :D Hoping i won't need any porn as i've got my best bacon scent on and going out on the prowl tonight, i've even found a nice deep ditch just incase.

    Had an awesome day at Degla did a loop of red then the black and also rediscovered most of my mojo so things are good :P
    What if your dreams and fears existed in the same place? What if to get to heaven, you had to brave hell? What if everything you've ever wanted cost you everything you've ever achieved? Would you still go there?
  • sheepsteethsheepsteeth Posts: 17,418 Webster
    FAO people living in kent:

    the journey to manchester and back (via the wirral for lunch) is long.

    as is my necessary (that int is for everyone, not just those in kent)

    that is all.
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