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Drunk in Charge of Bib Shorts

meanredspidermeanredspider Posts: 12,337
edited November 2013 in Commuting chat
Bib shorts are tricky buggers when you've had a couple of drinks! The straps end up in all the wrong places :roll: :oops: :D Still, I finally succeeded 8)
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  • rubertoerubertoe Posts: 3,994
    Pics or it....

    ... Oh wait. Better not.
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  • davieseedaviesee Posts: 6,386
    Sounds like a strange party.
    None of the above should be taken seriously, and certainly not personally.
  • EKE_38BPMEKE_38BPM Posts: 5,821
    daviesee wrote:
    Sounds like a strange party.
    He's in Dutchland now. Thats the sort of crazy things those Dutchies do.
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  • veronese68veronese68 Posts: 25,289 Lives Here
    Still drunk at 9:07am. Impressive.
  • So, did I read this right??

    - You are in Amsterdam.
    - You have been enjoying a beverage or three.
    - After this, you need to put bib-shorts back ON??????????????
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  • EKE_38BPMEKE_38BPM Posts: 5,821
    Bib shorts are tricky buggers when you've had a couple of drinks! The straps end up in all the wrong places :roll: :oops: :D Still, I finally succeeded 8)
    QFT
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    FCN 4: Planet X Schmaffenschmack 2- workhorse
    FCN 9: B Twin Vitamin - winter commuter/loan bike for trainees

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  • I have enough trouble with the shoulder straps sober!
  • redveeredvee Posts: 11,921
    I have enough trouble with the shoulder straps sober!

    Numerous times the straps have ended up between my legs which makes pulling them over the shoulders a little difficult and recently I had my jersey and jacket on before somebody pointed out my straps down by my sides. :oops:
    I've added a signature to prove it is still possible.
  • So, did I read this right??

    - You are in Amsterdam.
    - You have been enjoying a beverage or three.
    - After this, you need to put bib-shorts back ON??????????????

    You make this seem somehow strange :wink:
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  • Did you remember which side of the road to ride back on? When riding in Holland I find it is generally best to Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side
    Nobody told me we had a communication problem
  • Did you remember which side of the road to ride back on? When riding in Holland I find it is generally best to Pass the Dutchie on the left hand side

    Fortunately none of my ride home was on the road! :wink:
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  • Fortunately none of my ride home was on the road! :wink:

    Urghh, MRS is an off-roader. Stone him.

    On second thoughts don't bother - it sounds as if he was already pretty stoned :roll:
    Nobody told me we had a communication problem
  • arran77arran77 Posts: 9,260
    redvee wrote:
    I have enough trouble with the shoulder straps sober!

    Numerous times the straps have ended up between my legs which makes pulling them over the shoulders a little difficult and recently I had my jersey and jacket on before somebody pointed out my straps down by my sides. :oops:

    Sounds like it's best if you stick to walking, cycling might prove a little technical :P
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  • Fortunately none of my ride home was on the road! :wink:

    Urghh, MSM is an off-roader. Stone him.

    On second thoughts don't bother - it sounds as if he was already pretty stoned :roll:

    Too funny. You've gotta love the Dutchie approach to bike paths - in Amsterdam bikes pretty much have priority over everything and nearly all my commute is on paths. All I needed to do was pay attention to the bike-specific traffic lights and avoid being rundown by a tram
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