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cojak
25th February 2011, 08:02
I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic. :D

I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

I might try oysters next week...

MarillionFan
25th February 2011, 08:19
I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic. :D

I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

I might try oysters next week...

Use the pavement for added thrill.

If you crave excitement MP was looking for a web cam partner and I understand that Suityou was planning to go to Tescos next week. That should be enough excitement for anyone.

norrahe
25th February 2011, 10:03
I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic. :D

I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

I might try oysters next week...

Nutter!

Watch out for those bendy buses :eek

Mich the Tester
25th February 2011, 10:06
I might try oysters next week...

Do you like sushi and sashimi? Because if you do I'd recommend eating the oysters sashimi style; a little japanese seaweed and ginger, a squeeze of lemon and a mix of wasabi and soy sauce and one turn of black pepper.

Wash down with chilled sake out of the freezer or muscadet.

TimberWolf
25th February 2011, 10:45
I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic. :D

I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

I might try oysters next week...


Let us know how your oyster riding goes next week, it sounds like fun.

amcdonald
25th February 2011, 10:48
I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic. :D

And I thought you'd gone lezza and had borrowed one of his mistresses :igmc:

cojak
25th February 2011, 11:11
Well I survived!

I was even able to shout at a dozy pedestrian. :happy

I might try it again this evening, dusk might be even more scary.

norrahe
25th February 2011, 11:35
Well I survived!

I was even able to shout at a dozy pedestrian. :happy

I might try it again this evening, dusk might be even more scary.

and it only took you 3 hours to get in to work :laugh

norrahe
25th February 2011, 11:36
Do you like sushi and sashimi? Because if you do I'd recommend eating the oysters sashimi style; a little japanese seaweed and ginger, a squeeze of lemon and a mix of wasabi and soy sauce and one turn of black pepper.

Wash down with chilled sake out of the freezer or muscadet.

Is that preserved ginger or fresh ginger?

Mich the Tester
25th February 2011, 11:38
Is that preserved ginger or fresh ginger?

Much to be said for either. Pickled ginger has a certain acidity that works well. Fresh might be a little more piquant.

sasguru
25th February 2011, 11:53
Well I survived!

.

The mental attitude when I am riding the 'busa in london is simply to assume that everyone, without exception, is out to get me.:D
That keeps me safe and sound.
Mind you I have the benefit of immense acceleration to get out of trouble.

northernrampage
25th February 2011, 12:01
I haven't ridden in years but hey, let's start again in rush-hour London traffic. :D

I am beginning to wonder if I've hit the mid-life crisis craving thrill and adventure.

I might try oysters next week...

My boss used to ride a Boris bike up until 5 mths pregnant. She used to do a 15 minute journey in rush hour across central London. Not every day mind you, now and then she was getting to various offices or getting to the train station.

I thought she was nuts, but maybe I'm just a wuss as I wobble on bikes as been a while.

GreenLabel
25th February 2011, 13:05
The mental attitude when I am riding the 'busa in london is simply to assume that everyone, without exception, is out to get me.:D
That keeps me safe and sound.

FTFY

AtW
25th February 2011, 13:07
Do you like sushi and sashimi?

Not if they are served with Po-210 :eyes

Mich the Tester
25th February 2011, 13:11
Not if they are served with Po-210 :eyes

It surpises me that Russians are still so sensitive to radiation. I´d have thought 70 years of Stalinism would have made you immune to all kinds of poison.

sasguru
25th February 2011, 15:52
FTFY

Utterly predictable although I was expecting that overweight boring old fart ShaunBhoy to come out with it.

GreenLabel
25th February 2011, 16:25
Utterly predictable although I was expecting that overweight boring old fart ShaunBhoy to come out with it.

Upon re-reading it, however, it's probably not a bad strategy judging by some of the bus passengers I've seen.

AtW
25th February 2011, 16:34
It surpises me that Russians are still so sensitive to radiation. I´d have thought 70 years of Stalinism would have made you immune to all kinds of poison.

The people who survived under Stalinism had other qualities than that -
1) keeping yer head down
2) scumbags who'd rat on people to secret police, often with false allegations (going to conference in London was enough to be tried, sentenced and executed within days for being a British spy), often that was done in shared houses with scumbag expecting to get upgrade to a bigger room in it once arrest was made
3) those who believed in the system but were too stupid to realise it will get them

Radiation is better than Stalinism.

EternalOptimist
25th February 2011, 16:36
Some absolutely bonkers baiatch overtook a parked van this am(manchester), with her little flashing light bulb and her day glo vest.

If I hadnt slammed on, I would have gad a head-on with an artic. fume fume.

having said that, I did nearly lose an eyeball as I watched her pert little bum-muscles pump up and down as she worked the pedals, and then in the rear view, her wobbly thrusting boobies, jiggled around as she ogled me and licked her sensuous bikey lips. what a horny little road hazard she was.

pretty soon she was lost behind me, gone , gone forever.
till she overtook me at the roundabout, teasing me with a flash of bare calf.

good job Im married, thats all i can say. i could have sh@gged her, easy. if i wanted to


:rolleyes:

cojak
25th February 2011, 17:25
and it only took you 3 hours to get in to work :laugh

Well there is that...:laugh

mudskipper
1st March 2011, 21:13
If you fancy the exercise without the traffic hazard or expense, you could try this. (http://www.roadcyclinguk.com/georges-blog/video-boris-bike-turbo-training-on-rollers/6343.html) Not quite sure why he needs a helmet though.