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TDF Winner

rockmonkeyscrockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
edited July 2014 in The Crudcatcher
So as I understand it, whoever wins will send a heck load of replica kit. I guess that's why every roadie has team sky kit.
Is there a Team Vagisil or Team Anusol in with a chance of the win this year?

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  • contentedcontented Posts: 83
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.
  • rockmonkeyscrockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    I once raced (downhill) against a bloke who managed to register through BC as Sponge Bob.
    When I first saw Bob, Sponge on the timing screen I near p1ssed meself, then i realised he beat me by half a second :-(
  • Angus YoungAngus Young Posts: 3,063
    Contented wrote:
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.

    Glad to see that casual homophobia is alive and well. Well done, sir, you must be very proud.
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  • Contented wrote:
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.

    Glad to see that casual homophobia is alive and well. Well done, sir, you must be very proud.

    Didn't you know there are no gay mountain bikers? :wink:
  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,599
    Contented wrote:
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.

    Glad to see that casual homophobia is alive and well. Well done, sir, you must be very proud.
    Denial?
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  • rockmonkeyscrockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    Homophobia is soooo gay
  • paul.skibumpaul.skibum Posts: 4,068
    cooldad wrote:
    Contented wrote:
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.

    Glad to see that casual homophobia is alive and well. Well done, sir, you must be very proud.
    Denial?
    "Denial is probably one of the best known defense mechanisms, used often to describe situations in which people seem unable to face reality or admit an obvious truth"

    I am not even sure how you ride along for hundreds of miles staring at someones whizzer - either you are facing the wrong way or take your eyes off the road a lot. Now riding hundreds of miles staring at some guys censored , that is a reason to win right there.
    Homophobia is soooo gay

    Not quite LOL but definitely inward chuckle
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  • The RookieThe Rookie Posts: 27,811
    Homophobia, correctly means a fear of man(kind)......I have no fear of that, but gays scare me silly!
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  • rockmonkeyscrockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    I remember when gay meant happy and you could say you had come over a little censored without anyone thinking you abused homosexual dwarves.
  • poahpoah Posts: 3,369
    Contented wrote:
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.

    Glad to see that casual homophobia is alive and well. Well done, sir, you must be very proud.

    Didn't you know there are no gay mountain bikers? :wink:

    orange owners?
  • rockmonkeyscrockmonkeysc Posts: 14,774
    POAH wrote:
    Contented wrote:
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.

    Glad to see that casual homophobia is alive and well. Well done, sir, you must be very proud.

    Didn't you know there are no gay mountain bikers? :wink:

    orange owners?

    Orange bikes just don't look fabulous enough for and self respecting gay.
  • cooldadcooldad Posts: 32,599
    POAH wrote:
    Contented wrote:
    Team KY Jelly might be a more appropriate marketing opportunity given the fruity folk that follow the sport.
    The idea of riding along for hundreds of miles, staring at some other blokes Lycra clad whizzer does not appeal to me in the slightest so I stay away from road cycling altogether.
    I went to watch the touring cars once, there was a fella there who changed his surname to that of his sponsors each year so their name got written on the window and called out by the commentator. He was John B&Q that year, it'd tickle me greatly if he had anusol or vagisil instead.

    Glad to see that casual homophobia is alive and well. Well done, sir, you must be very proud.

    Didn't you know there are no gay mountain bikers? :wink:

    orange owners?

    Orange bikes just don't look fabulous enough for and self respecting gay.

    Oh really?

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