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Sticky buns

adminproadminpro Posts: 24
edited February 2013 in The bottom bracket
Nice. [:0]

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  • Oooh there's nothing like a pair of buns after a hard ride

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  • Cheeky [:I][:D][:p][:p][:p][:p][:p]
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 28,799
    So it's going to be one of those forums, is it?

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  • Oh come on Jeff, you love it.
  • tony farrellytony farrelly Posts: 25 Editor in Chief
    Mmm. cake, time for tiffin.
  • ivancarlosivancarlos Posts: 1,034
    Tiffin and nice buns. I think I must've died and gone to heaven!! [:p]

    I feel pain!!!!
    I have pain!
  • oh err - not sure if I want my buns all sticky[:0]
    rocking in spandex
  • hi IC where do you have pain?[:I]

    *a vision of loveliness*
    *a vision of loveliness*
  • ivancarlosivancarlos Posts: 1,034
    I cant describe it. All I know is that I'm in pain. Can you help?

    I feel pain!!!!
    I have pain!
  • didn't do ernie the fastest milkman in the west any good[:D]
    or was it worzel gummidge
  • I have seen a lot of fora in my time, but I have never seen a thread like this one.

    I am proud to be posting in it.



    Seriously.

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  • Prefer rock buns with a hint of cinnamon[:)]
  • Malt Loaf please[:p]

    I've got road tax and insurance - TWICE. I juct choose to ride my bike instead!
    I\'ve got road tax and insurance - TWICE. I just choose to ride my bike instead!
  • Any buns are OK, but sticky are really nice.
  • ivancarlosivancarlos Posts: 1,034
    Another question for management. What sort of buns are on offer these days?
    :P
    I have pain!
  • jibijibi Posts: 2,463
    When out riding the promise of grabbing a couple of buns at the end certainly add spice to the ride. :P

    george
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    jibi wrote:
    When out riding the promise of grabbing a couple of buns at the end certainly add spice to the ride. :P

    george

    Buns should never be 'grabbed'. Fondling and licking is the way forward 8)
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • Aperitif 51Aperitif 51 Posts: 181
    I wouldn't want my buns to be the butt of anybody's jokes...
    106kg - kg361 255characters have read this so far...I believe
  • YorkshiremanYorkshireman Posts: 999
    Speaking of butt's ... :roll:
    Colin N.


    Lincolnshire is mostly flat... but the wind is mostly in your face!
  • CrapaudCrapaud Posts: 2,666
    [Growl]

    Don't mention butts! I just stopped smoking (again) today!

    [/Growl]
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  • schweizschweiz Posts: 1,644
    why is sticky buns in bottom bracket and not in cake stop?
  • schweiz wrote:
    why is sticky buns in bottom bracket and not in cake stop?

    It depends on your choice of euphemism. :lol:
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    momentarily from the herd and thinks for himself.
  • schweizschweiz Posts: 1,644
    schweiz wrote:
    why is sticky buns in bottom bracket and not in cake stop?

    It depends on your choice of euphemism. :lol:

    Do you know where you can get good, old fashioned sticky buns? I quite fancy one at lunch time!
  • nevmannevman Posts: 1,611
    Greggs .Don't tell me you haven't a few branches nearby?
    Whats the solution? Just pedal faster you baby.

    Summer B,man Team Carbon LE#222
    Winter Alan Top Cross
    All rounder Spec. Allez.
  • schweizschweiz Posts: 1,644
    Dover? Folkestone?

    It's a bit far to nip out and get one in my lunch hour!
  • nevmannevman Posts: 1,611
    Poor devil.No Greggs and just the Swiss franc for company.Sheesh..BTW do you want your weather back?
    Whats the solution? Just pedal faster you baby.

    Summer B,man Team Carbon LE#222
    Winter Alan Top Cross
    All rounder Spec. Allez.
  • schweizschweiz Posts: 1,644
    I know, I don't know how I've survived this long!

    What with no pies and having to make tough decisions like whether to spend the weekend skiing or go to the 'Italian' part of Switzerland and get some base miles in, I'll be sectioned before long!

    Oh, and we've got loads of our weather it's just that we all made it to work on time, the schools didn't close and there wasn't a mass panic buying of Findus Lasagne in the supermarket so you didn't hear about it!

    :D:wink:
  • RonBRonB Posts: 3,984
    The thought of someone travelling half way across Europe in desperate need of finding a Greggs store has just turned me in to Nevmans avatar!
  • schweizschweiz Posts: 1,644
    RonB wrote:
    The thought of someone travelling half way across Europe in desperate need of finding a Greggs store has just turned me in to Nevmans avatar!

    I've driven from Switzerland to a mates house in Reigate for a BBQ and a few beers before now!
  • MattC59MattC59 Posts: 5,433
    Cream horn.......
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    Faith is the denial of observation so that Belief can be preserved
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