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BrilloPad
5th August 2012, 12:40
Couldn't they do something more dignified - like jelly wrestling?

escapeUK
5th August 2012, 12:43
Couldn't they do something more dignified - like jelly wrestling?

Or talking for Britain? They'd so win.

Gentile
5th August 2012, 15:28
Couldn't they do something more dignified - like jelly wrestling?

They should also make the female track and field athletes balance books on their heads for posture. All that running about is so undignified.

SimonMac
5th August 2012, 15:29
They should also make the female track and field athletes balance books on their heads for posture. All that running about is so undignified.

The Now Show?

Gentile
5th August 2012, 15:31
The Now Show?

Yup. :)

EternalOptimist
5th August 2012, 17:21
Mrs EO was talking about the marathon ladies six packs today.

I googled her some female body builders sites, she freaked out. trust me - they are the worst





:rolleyes:

BrilloPad
5th August 2012, 17:26
They should also make the female track and field athletes balance books on their heads for posture. All that running about is so undignified.

They had ir right in 1948. Women were limited to 200m runs. And flower arranging.

BrilloPad
5th August 2012, 17:27
Mrs EO was talking about the marathon ladies six packs today.

I googled her some female body builders sites, she freaked out. trust me - they are the worst





:rolleyes:

I have seen a few and Im not going to look again.

Ennis looks all women - unlike the bodybuilders who are like men.

EternalOptimist
5th August 2012, 17:29
I have seen a few and Im not going to look again.

Ennis looks all women - unlike the bodybuilders who are like men.

I said to the missus. 'I hope to fck her name is Pamela or Patricia'


but she didn't get it


:emb:emb:emb

centurian
5th August 2012, 17:56
Ennis looks all women

I think that is what makes her victory all the more impressive. You got a sense of it in the 800m - she was practically the smallest of the lot - yet beat them out of sight.

mudskipper
5th August 2012, 18:19
I think that is what makes her victory all the more impressive. You got a sense of it in the 800m - she was practically the smallest of the lot - yet beat them out of sight.

FFS. She's a fantastic athlete. But she's judged on how she looks.

doodab
5th August 2012, 18:52
Speaking of which Denise Lewis was looking fine.

mudskipper
5th August 2012, 19:14
Speaking of which Denise Lewis was looking fine.

:fight:

BrilloPad
5th August 2012, 21:09
FFS. She's a fantastic athlete. But she's judged on how she looks.

I feel so sorry for women. You will never understand the joy of being shallow. To go through your entire life behaving like a child. :eyes

BrilloPad
5th August 2012, 21:11
Speaking of which Denise Lewis was looking fine.

I would fight MTT for her.