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Nov 02, 2017 23:08 |  #20596

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Shhhh!!! Chets going in for the kill.

And you ruined his chances.....


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Nov 03, 2017 01:33 |  #20597

Anyone seen Sir Jay the Moist? He’s been very quiet for a few days, probably away doing something weird or looking for a woman. Maybe even looking for a wierd woman, or looking for a woman to be weird with. Who knows, sheeeessshhh.


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Nov 03, 2017 02:13 |  #20598

Ian Mackie wrote in post #18487457 (external link)
Anyone seen Sir Jay the Moist? He’s been very quiet for a few days, probably away doing something weird or looking for a woman. Maybe even looking for a wierd woman, or looking for a woman to be weird with. Who knows, sheeeessshhh.

Maybe he's Bus spotting, he is missing them I think.


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Nov 03, 2017 04:58 |  #20599

Ian Mackie wrote in post #18487457 (external link)
Anyone seen Sir Jay the Moist? He’s been very quiet for a few days, probably away doing something weird or looking for a woman. Maybe even looking for a wierd woman, or looking for a woman to be weird with. Who knows, sheeeessshhh.


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Maybe he's Bus spotting, he is missing them I think.

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Nov 03, 2017 06:16 |  #20600

As A Brit, I have no clue about the National Enquirer, but I did enjoy this 5 part read (intro plus 4 articles) ...... warning, it's long (Not a N.E. headline by the way). My American cousins in this thread will surely know the truth, or otherwise!

http://popbitch.com …es-of-american-media-inc/ (external link)

http://popbitch.com …0/i-the-tabloid-triangle/ (external link)

http://popbitch.com …-and-unamerican-activity/ (external link)

http://popbitch.com/20​17/10/iii-suburban-decay/ (external link)

http://popbitch.com …/iv-electile-dysfunction/ (external link)


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Nov 04, 2017 18:40 |  #20601

I changed my weekend plans today, decided to head out trail riding this afternoon ahead of a two-day rainy weather pattern. Went back to the Strathroy Conservation Area to play on the trails again. It was a chilly 10C, but I was in the bush most of the time so the wind didn't bother me. The cooler weather meant there was a lot less people walking the trails, so I was able to ride more aggressively, and have fun in the mud. I found some more unmarked trails, one of them being just a footpath that's quite narrow and follows the edge of a good sized embankment. One of the hills is too steep to climb, at least right now while the soil is loose and there's lots of leaves down, I just didn't have traction. But riding down it was fun!
I had my first full on wipe-out with the new bike. Was bombing down a winding trail, there's a wooden bridge with a sharp left turn right after it. Right at the foot of the bridge was a patch of mud. I took it a little too fast, back wheel when right, I went too far left and caught the handlebar on a small tree/bush thing that was rather stiff. Front wheel took a sharp left and I went down. Managed to avoid anything too hard and mostly just got muddy. I'm sure I'll find some bruises tomorrow.


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Nov 04, 2017 22:53 |  #20602

Minor injuries. Bike probably has more scrapes than I do.


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Fun hill. Can't climb it, but going down is alright.


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Nov 04, 2017 23:04 |  #20603

Ian Mackie wrote in post #18487522 (external link)
As A Brit, I have no clue about the National Enquirer, but I did enjoy this 5 part read (intro plus 4 articles) ...... warning, it's long (Not a N.E. headline by the way). My American cousins in this thread will surely know the truth, or otherwise!..

I always preferred The Weekly World News (WWN) to the Enquirer. Much better reporting on the stories that really matter.
http://weeklyworldnews​.com …8143/worlds-biggest-butt/ (external link)
http://weeklyworldnews​.com …4/killer-snails-in-texas/ (external link)
http://weeklyworldnews​.com …-to-tell-if-youre-cursed/ (external link)
http://weeklyworldnews​.com …98/ufo-crashes-in-russia/ (external link)


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Nov 06, 2017 09:05 |  #20604

Um....hello?



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Nov 06, 2017 09:26 |  #20605

Guess everyone is too busy reading the WWN.


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Nov 06, 2017 09:31 as a reply to  @ gjl711's post |  #20606

Indeed. I hope you've never been plagued by Texas killer snails.



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Nov 06, 2017 09:38 |  #20607

I would love to see a Texas killer snail. Unfortunately, I see the largest Texas butts all the time.


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Nov 06, 2017 09:46 |  #20608

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I would love to see a Texas killer snail. Unfortunately, I see the largest Texas butts all the time.

Quit looking at them!



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Nov 06, 2017 10:19 |  #20609

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Quit looking at them!

Just can't help myself. I gots to look.


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Nov 06, 2017 10:20 |  #20610

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Just can't help myself. I gots to look.

We all have vices.



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