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#1 Oct 09, 2017 10:42 pm

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BIKE BLUNDER NUMBER ONE

One day I was riding with a raging head cold, and I turned around and let loose a load of phlegm straight from the depths of hell. Then I remembered: I was wearing a full-face helmet.

Damage: One facefull of flob.

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#2 Oct 09, 2017 11:08 pm

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Re: BIKE BLUNDER NUMBER ONE

LOL!

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#3 Oct 10, 2017 7:45 am

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Re: BIKE BLUNDER NUMBER ONE

New Historian wrote:

One day I was riding with a raging head cold, and I turned around and let loose a load of phlegm straight from the depths of hell. Then I remembered: I was wearing a full-face helmet.

Damage: One facefull of flob.


Scraping the bottom of the barrel Hemingway ?
Gross !

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#4 Oct 10, 2017 8:41 am

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When you are a paratroop jumpmaster and you do the outside air safety check on a C-141, you are looking into a 140 mph wind.  If it is very cold and you have a runny nose, the snot comes out of your nose, rolls across both cheeks and into your ears.  Trust me on this.  I know.

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#5 Oct 11, 2017 8:36 am

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Real Distwalker wrote:

When you are a paratroop jumpmaster and you do the outside air safety check on a C-141, you are looking into a 140 mph wind.  If it is very cold and you have a runny nose, the snot comes out of your nose, rolls across both cheeks and into your ears.  Trust me on this.  I know.


I bow, outgrossed lol!!

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