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Hell is...

pinnopinno Posts: 45,406
edited February 2013 in The bottom bracket
...getting off your bike after a long ride and finding that the chocolate hobnobs have all been eaten...
seanoconn - gruagach craic!

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  • bompingtonbompington Posts: 7,674
    In my case it's eating all the chocolate hobnobs and finding that my bike's been eaten (by rust)
  • team47bteam47b Posts: 6,424
    In my case if I eat chocolate hob nobs I have to stay on the bike until the hallucinations stop
    my isetta is a 300cc bike
  • I don't dare eat any chocolate hobnobs cos I'm being so horrid to Soni.

    Though, talking of hell, I'm going straight there after last night. I ate almost a whole massive bag of crisps (750 cals) before dinner and drank about a bottle of wine (1000 ?? cals) with dinner. As well as quite a few chocolates after dinner. God knows how that lot slipped down without my noticing.

    Still... twenty squats should burn that off ;)
    Is the gorilla tired yet?
  • Ikea
  • Hell is other people!
  • Hell is puncturing 40 miles from home, raining and realising you have forgotten your pump. :oops:
    I don't mean to brag, I don't mean to boast, but I'm intercontinental when I eat French toast...
  • Hell is knowing there is chocolate cake in the fridge.
  • Hell is this
    The dissenter is every human being at those moments of his life when he resigns
    momentarily from the herd and thinks for himself.
  • nevmannevman Posts: 1,611
    Waiting for Spring.
    Whats the solution? Just pedal faster you baby.

    Summer B,man Team Carbon LE#222
    Winter Alan Top Cross
    All rounder Spec. Allez.
  • hell is puncturing in the rain and cold on a 100 mile sportive...at mile 99.
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    Arriving at your destination freezing cold, soaking wet, miffed off and tired and realsiing, as you stand in the shower, that you feel physically sick because of the hot water hitting your near hypothermic body.

    Then watching the water hit your frozen hoofs/fingers and start to burn......

    Then having to put the same wet clothing on 8 hopurs later to ride home in.
  • Mansfield :)
    Still thinking of something clever to say!
  • Potholes
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    Alsager
  • pinnopinno Posts: 45,406
    Putting a serious post in Crudcatcher and ending up in the firing line.
    seanoconn - gruagach craic!
  • SMAC19SMAC19 Posts: 31
    Bonking at mile 23, with 7 miles to go due to lack of pre ride prep and going out too hard. Will the lesson ever be learnt...???
    Rose XEON CRS5000
  • For me, Regents park outer circle after a month off the bike.
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    What happens at Regents Park outer circle?
  • I have no where to hide from my weak, censored legs.
  • upperoilcanupperoilcan Posts: 1,180
    A saddle bag.
    Cervelo S5 Ultegra Di2.
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    I have no where to hide from my weak, shoot legs.

    Sorry, but I still don't know what happens at Regent's Park. Is it the one in Leeds? I've heard of Regent Street - is it the same place?
  • pinnopinno Posts: 45,406
    Yossie wrote:
    What happens at Regents Park outer circle?

    I think the statement is Metaphorical, it could be some sort of coded message. It might be the converse of what goes on in Clapham Common.
    seanoconn - gruagach craic!
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    So its like an enigma situation - but not the bike?
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    ooops - sorry: double post. :roll:
  • SecteurSecteur Posts: 1,971
    ...in the word hello
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    Errrr - Regent's Park anyone? Seriously? Help?
  • It's a park
  • YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
    so why are you cycling across a park? doesn't the grass/mud get in your mechs?

    I no understand.
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