Nothing like cow pies making the tight singletrack a little more technically challenging....SHAHEEB said:for real, poo on the trail is nasty, especially if you run over it. This week on a trail with the group of guys I ride with, we ran into two steaming piles of large pig droppings. One or maybe two of the fellas had a hard time missing it, for there were some tioga tracks right through it. We have some large pigs here. There is no stopping them.
Datako, that is brilliant! Does your autosignature customize to every threaddatako said:"...everytime you throw something away your load gets lighter..."
-NOW THAT IS THE FUNNIEST THING I'VE SEEN IN A LONG TIME!-that's awesome.gofast said:I have a friend who is always thinking ahead.
I will never think of Lucky and his Lucky Charms the same again. I am scarred for life.Biggie said:Lucky Charms were on sale once and I stocked up; was eating them, pretty much, 3 times/day. I was on a late night cruise ride into the downtown core of my city when gastro-intestinal cramping afflicted me. Miles from home, or any commode, indecision proved deadly. I hopped off my bike and relieved my convulsing bowels leaning against a pole just feet from a main road...the ride home was slow and disgusting. To add insult to injury, imagine my shock and horror seeing my roommate and a sexy stranger lying on the couch and then walking past them bow-legged, in spandex, reeking of partially digested Lucky Charms.