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  • drlodge
    drlodge Posts: 4,826
    The Institute for Studies found that 43% of professional men aged 35-50 have spent more than £5,000 on a bike without really knowing why

    Fixed That For Them :lol:
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  • CitizenLee
    CitizenLee Posts: 2,227
    It could also read:
    Mid-Life Crisis Reduced To The Purchase Of High End Orange Mountain Bikes

    :)
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  • rockmonkeysc
    rockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    Or
    Mid-Life Crisis Reduced To The Purchase Of Team Sky lycra and high end road bike

    My midlife crisis will involve a string of busty glamour models, occasionally two or more at a time. Don't know how I will achieve this but I think it might all go horribly wrong.
  • lostboysaint
    lostboysaint Posts: 4,250
    Or
    Mid-Life Crisis Reduced To The Purchase Of Team Sky lycra and high end road bike

    My midlife crisis will involve a string of busty glamour models, occasionally two or more at a time. Don't know how I will achieve this but I think it might all go horribly wrong.

    It won't. They're way too busy picking up 18 year old footballers on £100k/week.
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  • photonic69
    photonic69 Posts: 2,486

    My midlife crisis will involve a string of busty glamour models, occasionally two or more at a time. Don't know how I will achieve this but I think it might all go horribly wrong.

    I like your thinking but I seem to be waiting for old age for this to happen now.


    Sometimes. Maybe. Possibly.

  • pesky_jones
    pesky_jones Posts: 2,890
    My midlife crisis will involve a string of busty glamour models, occasionally two or more at a time. Don't know how I will achieve this but I hope it all goes horribly wrong.

    Ftfy
  • rockmonkeysc
    rockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    My midlife crisis will involve a string of busty glamour models, occasionally two or more at a time. Don't know how I will achieve this but I hope it all goes horribly wrong.

    Ftfy

    Death by glamour models. What a way to go, suffocated between huge boobs.



    Well, that thought has ruined any chances of a productive afternoon.
  • veronese68
    veronese68 Posts: 27,412
    I was going to make a comment on the original link. But death by boobage has taken over and wiped anything else from my feeble mind.
  • CitizenLee
    CitizenLee Posts: 2,227
    Unless it was Jodie Marsh... think I'd rather be shot in the stomach and die painfully from the slow bleed out.

    Eurgh, not even with yours... :?
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  • pesky_jones
    pesky_jones Posts: 2,890
    I'd say boobs are boobs, but in that case, boobs arent boobs :)
  • rockmonkeysc
    rockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    On a similar subject, I saw the Great Wall of Vagina at the weekend (look it up. It's not porn, it's art). It was an eye opener, ranging from mouses ear to beef roll run over by a bus.
  • Stevo_666
    Stevo_666 Posts: 58,857
    Veronese68 wrote:
    I was going to make a comment on the original link. But death by boobage has taken over and wiped anything else from my feeble mind.
    Just google 'Chilean World Cup goal celebration' or 'Jhendelyn Nunez' if you really want your brain scrambled :wink:
    "I spent most of my money on birds, booze and fast cars: the rest of it I just squandered." [George Best]
  • veronese68
    veronese68 Posts: 27,412
    Stevo 666 wrote:
    Veronese68 wrote:
    I was going to make a comment on the original link. But death by boobage has taken over and wiped anything else from my feeble mind.
    Just google 'Chilean World Cup goal celebration' or 'Jhendelyn Nunez' if you really want your brain scrambled :wink:
    I have been monitoring the big girls thread so am familiar with the work of Miss Nunez. Thank you very glad :D
  • contented
    contented Posts: 83
    CitizenLee wrote:
    It could also read:
    Mid-Life Crisis Reduced To The Purchase Of High End Orange Mountain Bikes

    :)

    The thing i had planned for my midlife crisis has gone awry and has little chance of happening, let alone being the event I'd hoped for, and I dont have a high end orange mountain bike; so does that mean my £600 last years model ghost is going to be entirety of my crisis?
    I'm disappointed tbh. I've already made the mistake of buying a classic car instead of a modern sports car and now own a pile of rusty badness, now it seems even my bike falls short of expectations too.
    That's really disheartening, im in crisis over my mid life crisis.
  • paul.skibum
    paul.skibum Posts: 4,068
    I have always assumed a mid life crisis is the prerogative of those with the finances to support a mid life crisis. If you have 3 kids and a 25k a year job realistically your mid life crisis might be getting wankered on a work night without prior permission from the misses. If you have 1 kid and a 25k bonus to go with your company porker and 2nd place in the country then your mid life can be a little more glamorous right?
    Closet jockey wheel pimp whore.
  • veronese68
    veronese68 Posts: 27,412
    I think what kind of crisis you have is dictated by finances as you say. I don't know if mine counts as a mid-life crisis as I've always been a childish dick that likes messing about with big boys toys on the cheap. That's why I haven't got a real job and work with classic cars.
    Talking of which, Contented what have you got and what's the problem?
  • The Rookie
    The Rookie Posts: 27,812
    Chap at work has had a major MLC, lost about 4 stone, does the Gym every night, biceps like Will Hoys thighs, separated from his wife and now shacks with a 25 yo Goth GF and bought an MR2.....we keep asking him where the motorbike is!
    Currently riding a Whyte T130C, X0 drivetrain, Magura Trail brakes converted to mixed wheel size (homebuilt wheels) with 140mm Fox 34 Rhythm and RP23 suspension. 12.2Kg.
  • Angus Young
    Angus Young Posts: 3,063
    I looked like a chunky wasp.
    All the gear, no idea and loving the smell of jealousy in the morning.
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  • contented
    contented Posts: 83
    The Rookie wrote:
    Chap at work has had a major MLC, lost about 4 stone, does the Gym every night, biceps like Will Hoys thighs, separated from his wife and now shacks with a 25 yo Goth GF and bought an MR2.....we keep asking him where the motorbike is!

    See this is the kind of thing I'm talking about, this is where we should all be looking for inspiration. Would be crisis goers take note, that fella bagged a 25 year old with an mr2, imagine if he'd have gone for a boxter.
    I went for a dolomite sprint and it didn't even get my own missus excited let alone anyone I could get into mischief with. 'A bit crap' apparently :(
    I always buy the wrong car, I even got one with a column shift and bench seat because I had visions of getting the odd 'favour' as I drove along. That was crap too apparently, as was my idea of motoring naughtiness.
    Now I've just given up on everything and bought a volvo.
  • photonic69
    photonic69 Posts: 2,486
    The Rookie wrote:
    Chap at work has had a major MLC, lost about 4 stone, does the Gym every night, biceps like Will Hoys thighs, separated from his wife and now shacks with a 25 yo Goth GF and bought an MR2.....we keep asking him where the motorbike is!

    My mate has been going through his mid-life crisis since I first met him in 1997. Works out loads. Cycles. Runs. Great physique for a 52yr old. Always fast cars, now with Porsche 996 4S Cab. Lovely car. He's so fussy and particular that no woman he meets ever lives up to his expectations. He'll die alone eventually..... Trouble is he still thinks like a pubescent school boy. He'll never change.


    Sometimes. Maybe. Possibly.

  • contented
    contented Posts: 83
    PhotoNic69 wrote:
    The Rookie wrote:
    Chap at work has had a major MLC, lost about 4 stone, does the Gym every night, biceps like Will Hoys thighs, separated from his wife and now shacks with a 25 yo Goth GF and bought an MR2.....we keep asking him where the motorbike is!

    My mate has been going through his mid-life crisis since I first met him in 1997. Works out loads. Cycles. Runs. Great physique for a 52yr old. Always fast cars, now with Porsche 996 4S Cab. Lovely car. He's so fussy and particular that no woman he meets ever lives up to his expectations. He'll die alone eventually..... Trouble is he still thinks like a pubescent school boy. He'll never change.

    That's one area where I've got him beat hands down, I'm not picky at all. Ask my wife!
  • tlw1
    tlw1 Posts: 21,898
    I've missed my MLC, unless I live to be really old
  • pesky_jones
    pesky_jones Posts: 2,890
    matthew h wrote:
    I've missed my MLC

    Or so you think. Everyone around you thinks your nuts
  • poah
    poah Posts: 3,369
    Or
    Mid-Life Crisis Reduced To The Purchase Of Team Sky lycra and high end road bike

    My midlife crisis will involve a string of busty glamour models, occasionally two or more at a time. Don't know how I will achieve this but I think it might all go horribly wrong.


    With your eyes closed and a box of tissues close by :lol:
  • photonic69
    photonic69 Posts: 2,486
    Mmmm! Busty glamour models in tight Lycra. Now we're talkin' ;)


    Sometimes. Maybe. Possibly.

  • rockmonkeysc
    rockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    POAH wrote:
    Or
    Mid-Life Crisis Reduced To The Purchase Of Team Sky lycra and high end road bike

    My midlife crisis will involve a string of busty glamour models, occasionally two or more at a time. Don't know how I will achieve this but I think it might all go horribly wrong.


    With your eyes closed and a box of tissues close by :lol:

    That's not a bad idea. Saves a lot of money (rohypnol isn't cheap you know), I can get it done in an evening and the wife will cook me tea as long as im finished before she gets home.
  • tlw1
    tlw1 Posts: 21,898
    matthew h wrote:
    I've missed my MLC

    Or so you think. Everyone around you thinks your nuts

    this is where being delusional has advantages - I just read everyone thinks I'm the dogs b0ll0xs
  • Stevo_666
    Stevo_666 Posts: 58,857
    matthew h wrote:
    I'm the dogs b0ll0xs
    So you get licked by a dog? :)
    "I spent most of my money on birds, booze and fast cars: the rest of it I just squandered." [George Best]
  • veronese68
    veronese68 Posts: 27,412
    matthew h wrote:
    I've missed my MLC, unless I live to be really old
    You're probably more like me. You don't notice the MLC because your whole life has been like that.
  • pesky_jones
    pesky_jones Posts: 2,890
    matthew h wrote:
    matthew h wrote:
    I've missed my MLC

    Or so you think. Everyone around you thinks your nuts

    this is where being delusional has advantages - I just read everyone thinks I'm the dogs b0ll0xs


    :lol: