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50 minutes ago, Brumstopdogs said:

Come and say hello next time.

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Best thing about taking in part in running events, getting behind a nice bottom.

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1 hour ago, Paddywhack said:

Best thing about taking in part in running events, getting behind a nice bottom.

Did I ever tell you my Nell McAndrew story? 

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2 minutes ago, mjmooney said:

Did I ever tell you my Nell McAndrew story? 

Haha no..?

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7 minutes ago, Davkaus said:

I read that as Neil McAndrew for a moment. 

You weren't the only one :D

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Actually, that story would have been good for the "Rubbish Claims to Fame" thread. 

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This probably shows my level of maturity. I burst out laughing. Sound MUST be on.

 

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2 hours ago, mjmooney said:

Well, I'm sure it's it the Running thread somewhere, but what the hell... 

Dewsbury 10k, 2007. I'm chugging along at about the 8k mark, and starting to feel tired. My legs are telling me to slow down, and my brain is listening. Suddenly, I notice the most beautifully formed derriere ahead of me, so I speed up a little, and pull up alongside to see if she's more than a "1664". And I recognise supermodel Nell McAndrew (I knew she was a keen runner). I look at her, she looks at me, and I start to feel like a stalker, so I decide to run ahead. She accelerates and catches up. I look. She looks. I accelerate. She accelerates. By now, I've forgotten I'm tired, and we're properly racing - all the way to the line, which I cross just ahead of her - with a new P.B. We had a chat about our dingdong battle, and agreed it gave us both better times than we were expecting. My mates at the running club later said I was the only bloke that would run away from her! 

 

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That's a great story, but I can't enjoy it fully because I'm jealous of your time. 😁

Now you're going to tell me you've got a better time since..?

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7 minutes ago, Paddywhack said:

That's a great story, but I can't enjoy it fully because I'm jealous of your time. 😁

Now you're going to tell me you've got a better time since..?

....Since he chased some model up the road?

I don't think so :D

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2 hours ago, Paddywhack said:

That's a great story, but I can't enjoy it fully because I'm jealous of your time. 😁

Now you're going to tell me you've got a better time since..?

Wish I could, but no. At 53, that was my high water mark. I was hoping to get a sub-40 at some point, but as VillaMarv suggests, no more performance-enhancing women were available. 

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Was watching It's Always Sunny just now and  noticed this guy appearing with an editing credit after the episode.

It might be the best name I've ever seen .

Skip Collector

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A colleague produced a report which was needed to include the death rate in a particular postcode. 

His conclusion》

0.99' per person.

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Got next week off work. A much needed rest. First time I have had more than 1 or 2 days off since last year.

Can't wait to just relax and potter about!

 

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The Build-A-Bear fiasco. Love to see the parents losing their shit. 

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queuing for a mile to save £20. Wazzocks, just bribe the kid with a £2 ice cream and buy him a bear from a charity shop then, you know spend a day enjoying life.

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