Should I stay or should I go? ..... leaving DF3 in the dust that is

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  • Saves the expense of a bike, so it could be marketed as an entry level event

  • Could be tricky to do the last event with a pirate hook image

     

    SBW?

  • Brings a whole new meaning to "down at the pool trying to improve your stroke" image

  • What's the cadence for it to be considered 'furiously'??

    'Slow, leisurely' has to be an average of 45 spm??

  • Hehe like the direction my thread is going.
  • next question,

    In normal tri you have to put your protective helmet on before touch your bike.

    Will there be a similiar rule in this new version?

  • H&S Gertie, so of course all necessary protection must be worn

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     I see what you mean.

  • (sorry cougs)

  • Bwahaha!

  • Ok - so IS that on his face?

  • Stevie G . wrote (see)
    Screamapillar wrote (see)
    harrys mate wrote (see)

    sorry Stevie G I'm new to this forum malarkey so my words sometime tumble out too quick. Never any offence meant to those of you on herE who are proven runners.

    By proven I mean those who actually  Go out and run. Excuse me if I do not define it any deeper than that.  image    

    If we didn't run we wouldn't come here and talk about it - the clue is in the name of the forum really.

     

    How much running chat do you see on Clubhouse?

     

    That's because it's Clubhouse. Have you read the description under the heading?

  • yet you seem surprised that people who don't run post on here

  • I you don't run at all, ever, then yeah, I'd say it's pretty weird place to hang out.

    I't like me frequenting Mumsnet when I'm not a mum.

  • That's just you though David...image

  • image Blimey David, thats like poking a wasps nest whilst naked covered in jam. You know its not going to end well.

  • lol I bet image

    My Mrs goes on mums net and she says there are some very aggresive women on there who appear to have anger management issues.

    But what would you expect from a load of gossipy women of whom half of which will be PMS/PMT

  • David Falconer 3 wrote (see)

    I once went on mumsnet, and said I was seeking advice for a friend of mine who was trying to gain custody of his child because he had a new relationship so wanted his child with him and his new wife (I had implied he wasnt too bothered prior to the new relationship about having the child with him).

    Boy, did that get some responses. Apparently females can get quite worked up on matters involving custody and seemingly flippant attitudes to custody issuesimage  

    Men can be just as bad. I know a misogynistic, narcissistic bloke who is totally hung up about access issues to his son. Personally I wouldn't leave the f*cker alone with a goldfish!

  • Mumsnet sounds like the sort of place Hugh Grant's character in About a boy...

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