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The Hardest Part For Me Is Getting Out The Garage Door

Old 01-05-20, 05:38 PM
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Originally Posted by ts99 View Post
Wait, this is a Clydesdale forum, a guy says he has a hard time getting out the garage door, and no one makes the obvious joke? Come on, guys.

I'm the ~same age and weight as the OP btw.

Yeah, that kind of sucks! I am the same age, only 260 pounds though. I give people and other cyclists the opportunity to tease me and call me a fat bastard but I haven't had it happen yet. People are too sensitive and politically correct nowadays to tease poke one another for fun!

6'1/ 260. I don't have a problem fitting out the garage door. Those stupid urinal partitions yeah, but not garage doors!

Just a fat bastard.

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Originally Posted by TheDudeIsHere View Post
Yeah, that kind of sucks! I am the same age, only 260 pounds though. I give people and other cyclists the opportunity to tease me and call me a fat bastard but I haven't had it happen yet. People are too sensitive and politically correct nowadays to tease poke one another for fun!

6'1/ 260. I don't have a problem fitting out the garage door. Those stupid urinal partitions yeah, but not garage doors!

Just a fat bastard.

Fortunately, I work with very politically incorrect people. But when it comes to weight, I always beat them to the punch, taking all that power to offend away from them, if they tried... But now that I have lost 130+ pounds, the fat guys are trying to kick me out of their "club", warning me I'm geting close to not being able to make fat jokes anymore... Or weigh in on fat related issues...
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Originally Posted by zjrog View Post
Fortunately, I work with very politically incorrect people. But when it comes to weight, I always beat them to the punch, taking all that power to offend away from them, if they tried... But now that I have lost 130+ pounds, the fat guys are trying to kick me out of their "club", warning me I'm geting close to not being able to make fat jokes anymore... Or weigh in on fat related issues...
Those bastards! Need a "can't make fat jokes anymore club jersey!.
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All these stats are weak compared to the vast majority of the riders on this board,

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No, they're only weak compared to the people who like to show off their stats. Tons of people aren't riding over 2k / year annualized. And measured by effort exerted you're probably beating a lot of them too.
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