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Re: should I say someting

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:24 pm
by ColinOldnCranky
Not really. :mrgreen:

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:03 pm
by Nobody
Apple wrote:She said Middle age is 40is and Fab, I disagree 40is is not Middle age. 55 Pluse is middle age. What do you think.
55 is considered senior by many. I think you can get a senior's card at 55. As much as many would like to think 45 is the new 35, middle age is actually 45 according to the link below.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_age

And since this is the first time I remember posting in one of your silly threads, do you make those names up or are they just changed to protect friends in real life?

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:09 pm
by Apple
ColinOldnCranky wrote:
Apple wrote:She said Middle age is 40is and Fab, I disagree 40is is not Middle age. 55 Pluse is middle age.
What do you think.

Being as I am in the sixties, then of course I am gonna agree.

However you might then need to explain why, when I am only in my middle age, I am afflicted with arthritis, lumbago, gout, age-onset diabetes, brittle bones and incontinence. :?

That is too much information, the incontinece is a worry. :shock:
I know you are kidding. :wink:

Nobody 55 is considered senior by many. I think you can get a senior's card at 55. As much as many would like to think 45 is the new 35, middle age is actually 45 according to the link below.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_age

Do you have autisum, Just asking. :D or are you an Engineer :mrgreen:


And since this is the first time I remembering posting in one of your silly threads, do you make those names up or are they just changed to protect friends in real life?

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Silly :shock: , they may be silly to you dear sir but to my friend and myself it is a serious issue. "we often call it the Red Tent Discussions
Just as well Hormona is not reading this, Nobody. :roll:

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:20 pm
by Lizzy
Apple wrote:Hormona


I lol'd. That's all; please, carry on ...

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 12:04 am
by Nobody
Apple wrote:Do you have autisum, Just asking. :D or are you an Engineer :mrgreen:
Helps if you spell Autism correctly. :P

Yes I've done the Autism test and don't have it. I'm technically not an engineer. So if I'm not the strange one, where does that leave you? Do you think it will get to 16 pages? Just asking. :mrgreen:

But this thread is about "Flobbya" and "Hormona", so I'll let you get back to it.

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 7:19 am
by Apple
Nobody wrote:
Apple wrote:Do you have autisum, Just asking. :D or are you an Engineer :mrgreen:
Helps if you spell Autism correctly. :P

Yes I've done the Autism test and don't have it. I'm technically not an engineer. So if I'm not the strange one, where does that leave you? Do you think it will get to 16 pages? Just asking. :mrgreen:

But this thread is about "Flobbya" and "Hormona", so I'll let you get back to it.

Yes Autism, I should know :roll:.
as for the thread, no it will never get to 16 pages as it just dies out.

FYI, about the names of my friends, well only one of the names is real but from a Previous thread. I wonder if you can guess which one.

Lizzy wrote:
Apple wrote:Hormona


I lol'd. That's all; please, carry on ...

I know you understand Lizzy. :D

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 7:31 am
by kb
I think I prefer to believe there's not just one middle age more a series of middle ages... That gives me a few hundred years ;-) (476-1453)

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 11:40 am
by thejester
Let Flobbya ride behind my mate the Hedgehog.His knicks are a bit thin :shock:

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:29 pm
by twizzle
Yes, thin nicks plus light from the correct angle can be quite enlightening. Although sometimes the screams of "My eyes! My eyes!" can be distracting.

Truism: That which has been seen, cannot be unseen.


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Re: should I say someting

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:30 pm
by duds2u
kb wrote:I think I prefer to believe there's not just one middle age more a series of middle ages... That gives me a few hundred years ;-) (476-1453)

Middle age, schmiddle age. It's all about kicking the ass of those young punks.
That is, anyone younger than 60+ something.

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:52 pm
by ColinOldnCranky
duds2u wrote:
kb wrote:I think I prefer to believe there's not just one middle age more a series of middle ages... That gives me a few hundred years ;-) (476-1453)

Middle age, schmiddle age. It's all about kicking the ass of those young punks.
That is, anyone younger than 60+ something.


Strength has never been a problem notwithstanding a series of tendons and bones parting company in recent years. Even in my sixties I'm the one that gets asked first when a fridge of piano needs moving or some railway sleepers need to be put into the ground. A little resistance training and lots of activity goes a long way to determining strength and stamina.

But mostly it's a state of mind more than strength or health. I notice that my less than healthy family and friends in the 50's and 60's are the ones that don't run out of puff at busy bees and home improvements. Actually we DO run out of puff. It's just that while the under 30's head to the fridge and the chair as they get a bit tired, we oldies just push on regardless. Many kids haven't worked out that when a job needs finishing and it has a deadline slowing down is not a option.

As long as it does not require running...

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 6:33 am
by Apple
ColinOldnCranky wrote:Strength has never been a problem notwithstanding a series of tendons and bones parting company in recent years. Even in my sixties I'm the one that gets asked first when a fridge of piano needs moving or some railway sleepers need to be put into the ground. A little resistance training and lots of activity goes a long way to determining strength and stamina.

But mostly it's a state of mind more than strength or health. I notice that my less than healthy family and friends in the 50's and 60's are the ones that don't run out of puff at busy bees and home improvements. Actually we DO run out of puff. It's just that while the under 30's head to the fridge and the chair as they get a bit tired, we oldies just push on regardless. Many kids haven't worked out that when a job needs finishing and it has a deadline slowing down is not a option.

As long as it does not require running...

:D
so true very well said. :D

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:50 am
by mikesbytes
The age depends on whether they are a cyclist or not

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Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 1:44 pm
by twizzle
Gee... how did we get off the subject of Apple's "Cougar" status?

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:36 pm
by ColinOldnCranky
twizzle wrote:Gee... how did we get off the subject of Apple's "Cougar" status?

Yeah. My fault, my hijack. An unintended moment of seriousness.

But it won't happen again. Apple's status is of far more interest I agree. :twisted:

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 5:52 pm
by jcjordan
twizzle wrote:Yes, thin nicks plus light from the correct angle can be quite enlightening. Although sometimes the screams of "My eyes! My eyes!" can be distracting.

Truism: That which has been seen, cannot be unseen.


Sent from my iThingy...

Must remember to wear my greenedge nick next weekend ride with you again

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 6:10 pm
by twizzle
jcjordan wrote:
twizzle wrote:Yes, thin nicks plus light from the correct angle can be quite enlightening. Although sometimes the screams of "My eyes! My eyes!" can be distracting.

Truism: That which has been seen, cannot be unseen.


Sent from my iThingy...

Must remember to wear my greenedge nick next weekend ride with you again


My eyes! My eyes!


Sent from my iThingy...

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 7:25 pm
by jcjordan
twizzle wrote:
jcjordan wrote:
twizzle wrote:Yes, thin nicks plus light from the correct angle can be quite enlightening. Although sometimes the screams of "My eyes! My eyes!" can be distracting.

Truism: That which has been seen, cannot be unseen.


Sent from my iThingy...

Must remember to wear my greenedge nick next weekend ride with you again


My eyes! My eyes!


Sent from my iThingy...


Great way to get you in front and doing all the work.

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Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 8:37 pm
by Apple
Well the old girls and I are going for an Anzac ride tomorrow.
We are all having a glass of red and are trying t decide what colour Lycra we should wear.

Flobbya wants to wear white and look like nurses on Bikes.

Hormona wants to look like women that wear sensible shoes ( if you know what I mean) :roll: not that there is anything wrong with that. :mrgreen:
I just want to wear some nice Lycra an be an individual :?

Maybe I should go along with it, who knows maybeFlobbya got new Lycra which holds her in :shock:

So who is Riding on this beautiful Anzac day, I think we should all wear Rosemary :D

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:27 pm
by twizzle
jcjordan wrote:
twizzle wrote:
jcjordan wrote:Must remember to wear my greenedge nick next weekend ride with you again


My eyes! My eyes!


Sent from my iThingy...


Great way to get you in front and doing all the work.

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At least I'm not dumb enough to overtake attractive bottoms in front. I still can't believe you did that.


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Re: should I say someting

Posted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 3:16 pm
by jcjordan
twizzle wrote:
jcjordan wrote:
twizzle wrote:[quote="jcjordan"]
Must remember to wear my greenedge nick next weekend ride with you again


My eyes! My eyes!


Sent from my iThingy...


Great way to get you in front and doing all the work.

Sent from my Transformer Prime TF201 using Tapatalk HD


At least I'm not dumb enough to overtake attractive sit upons in front. I still can't believe you did that.


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Riding time is training time

Cafe time is viewing time

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Re: should I say someting

Posted: Thu Apr 25, 2013 5:36 pm
by twizzle
We were heading for brekky, it wasn't training!

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 6:12 pm
by jcjordan
All riding is training :)

Re: should I say someting

Posted: Fri Apr 26, 2013 6:23 pm
by trailgumby
Depends on what you're training. :P