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  • PR723
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    Lmao!!!!!!!!

  • not.in.MY.town
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    It sounds as though there are some interesting activities that occur in a men's locker room. Are there any others you haven't mentioned?

    Contrary to what BTDT2 would like you to believe...old dudes in locker rooms are just as bad, if not worse than the young guys. They just don't recall their atrocious behavior the next day.
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  • PR723
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    [QUOTE=BTDT2;n6698896][SIZE=12px][FONT=comic sans ms]My WTF moment of the week.

    A few days ago I witnesses two millennials standing alongside each other directly in front of locker-room "Hot Air Hand Dryers" exposing their genitalia to blowing hot air.[QUOTE]


    Hot air hand dryer vs. a towel. I believe millennials refer to that as "working smarter, not harder." However, as MY.town mentioned, this could result in serious injury if one should become distracted.




    [QUOTE=BTDT2]
    " However,I have never seen senior members posing nude in front of locker-room mirrors" ,[QUOTE]


    It sounds as though there are some interesting activities that occur in a men's locker room. Are there any others you haven't mentioned?







    Last edited by PR723; 10-03-2018, 07:35 PM.

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  • PR723
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    Oh yes,.Do tell

  • not.in.MY.town
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    So did you find a new one during those 8 days of confusion? And what happened to the old one?

  • PR723
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    I was wondering why you had not requested a new bAtch.

  • PR723
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    I can only imagine how that 911 call went:
    911: You said you lost who?

    Brett knew before the jump that he had forgotten to do something, but he just couldn't remember what.....A mile above the ground is a bad time to realize that it was the backup parachute.

  • not.in.MY.town
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    Try not to laugh...but I hear Brett always knew how to make a splash.

  • BTDT2
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    BTDT2, You're very welcome. Free t-towels anytime you need a new batch!
    .
    PR I ought to wear bifocals when reading your comments. Since my concussion, sans glasses the letter “a” looks like “I”, it took me 8 days to realize you wrote “you need a new batch


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  • not.in.MY.town
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    PR723 It shows that you've been spending too much time around us...

  • PR723
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    It concerns me that I find that funny.

  • not.in.MY.town
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    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post

    If one wanted to lick them self, would “Jack’s magic beans” soap be a better choice?

    Hope you're feeling better, I always felt woman’ rugby is a dangerous sport as you play without pads or a helmet. Maybe it's time to continue with skydiving?


    If you go tandem skydiving...try not to lose your instructor mid-air!

    This guy must have had a major WTF moment when he landed and his instructor had quite literally vanished into thin air.



    LEBANON, Maine (AP) — Authorities in Maine on Friday found the body of a skydiving instructor who became separated from his student during a tandem jump.

    Brett Bickford, 41, of Rochester, New Hampshire, and his student participated in a jump about 2 p.m. Thursday near Skydive New England in Lebanon, officials said. The student called police after he landed safely and couldn’t find his instructor.

    A search team found Bickford’s body shortly before 5:30 p.m. Friday about 750 feet (228 meters) southwest of the Lebanon Airport runway, said Cpl. John MacDonald, spokesman for the Maine Warden Service.

    Bickford was found as the team was completing one of the few remaining grid searches for the day, MacDonald said. Authorities suspended Thursday’s search around 9 p.m. and resumed Friday morning.

    Investigators say Bickford and the student became separated about a mile above the ground, Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland said. Bickford didn’t have a backup parachute, McCausland said.

    Bickford and the student used the same parachute in the jump, which is typical of a tandem jump. Police weren’t sure how the skydivers became separated.

    The investigation to determine what caused the fatal skydiving accident is ongoing, MacDonald said.

    The Maine State Police, Maine Warden Service and members from search and rescue squads were involved in the search for Bickford on Friday.
    https://www.timesrecord.com/articles...o-maine-river/

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  • PR723
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    If you notice, the woman was too busy looking at her dog ,apparently confident that she had the jump in the bag. The dog had enough sense to keep his eye on the obstacle until he cleared it and then he looked at his owner. Whose smarter, the human or the animal?

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  • PR723
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    LMAO!!! MY.town. The funny thing is where she fell is almost identical to a path where I run.

  • not.in.MY.town
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    I wish I could say my injuries were the result of a rugby game.I was running when I fell.
    Hey, at least your dog stuck the landing.



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