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how often do you wash(15 posts)

how often do you washISHMAIEL
Apr 24, 2001 6:05 PM
and where do you live...ive found americans are obsessed with cleanliness and wash in the shower once or twice a day even if they havent done anything other than sit you always shower after a ride...are you clothes dirty after one anyone interested in a non-washing contest..i think i can out un-wash the whole board and still not smell..head,hands,handi-wipes,and tp only...ready,,go..
re: how often do you washfuzzybunnies
Apr 24, 2001 7:40 PM
things like shorts(excepting bike shorts) and pants usually require wearing 2-3 times till they're dirty, everything else once. As for the nonwashing contest. You win. TTFN
im forced to take issue with you fuxxbunnyishmael
Apr 24, 2001 7:49 PM
you have avoided the questions i have asked...if you reread my post you will find there are numerous questions which i feel you have not sufficiently answered, please repost the suitable and fitting answers..i thank you in advance and hope that in our further interaction we are able to see eye to eye...i hope your tyres roll smoothly and your chamois doesnt bunch..yours truly ishmael
Begin at the beginningLightBoy
Apr 24, 2001 8:14 PM
I feel somewhat compelled to request that you answer your own questions before you demand it of others. Then, and only then, perhaps you shal get the information that you seek.
i wash regularlyishmael
Apr 25, 2001 6:35 AM
once or twice a week is my father showers on sundays at woman is asking for more though because ive now given her two urinary infections (shmeg buildup) ...if only i were circumsized i could go for weeks...the more i shower the more my pits smell, i swear its true..ive had dandruff my entire life but have come to terms with it, i dont touch it and it doesnt fall out...i change my underwear whenever a new color in my wardrobe catches my eye
Perhaps you should ask yourself...look271
Apr 25, 2001 6:38 PM
Whether or not anyone CARES about how often you wash or shower, or how many times you've given your wife a UTI. Now go take a shower, for chris-sakes! (And no, we aren't interested in whether or not you're circumcised.)
I think I liked you better as john demike mcmahon
Apr 24, 2001 7:52 PM
Now isn't that a scary thought? Remember, Ishmaiel, that cleanliness is next to godliness.
I think I liked you better as john dedustin73
Apr 24, 2001 8:30 PM
what if there isn't a god? then this name change plan doesn't really have any meaning. wait, this is a cycling board, not religion. sorry...
Maybe you just think you don't smellconfusion
Apr 24, 2001 8:11 PM
but what do those around you on the hot subway car think?
Apr 25, 2001 2:55 AM
I wash after a ride, and wash my clothes also after a ride all the time. I now do this because I caught a body fungus, on my legs, from a combination of things.. sweating, shaving, hair irritation, wetness.
I had to go to a dermatologist after I started seeing some reddish/pinkish looking spots on my legs. I thought it was just acne or something, but it wasn't.
Had to take 2 perscribed pills for 1 or 2 months. Took along time to get rid of. I think its jungle rot or something.

I'll never wear unwashed clothing or go without a shower anymore.
You have got to be kidding!!!Thioderek
Apr 25, 2001 6:39 AM
This has got to be the most ludicrous topic I have ever read here on this board. Proposing a contest to see who can go the longest without washing? Lets try another contest and see who can got the longest without thinking a rational thought.

If you bike, you owe it yourself and others to keep yourself clean and unoffensive to others. I live in New York and run into people like you (unwashed)all the time on the subway. This is one of the reasons why I still ride my bike in NYC in the face of all this convenient public transport, because I dont want to smell you. As much as you think you dont smell, you do.

Get a grip and a washcloth and start using the shower for what it was meant for.
Pay no attention to "Ishmaiel." It's john de in disguise.boy nigel
Apr 25, 2001 6:45 AM
He warned us that he was changing his name. Just another stupid post from everyone's favorite tactless and pointless RBRer.

In typical fashion, he can't even spell his new name correctly. Let us not waste more valuable time on him in any incarnation.
valuable time indeed..ishmael
Apr 25, 2001 8:05 AM
tactless, yes...pointless, no...i think washing is very relevant since everyone seems to do it as soon as they get off their bike..
--the tejas madd hatter, american cuzz to leweys's ...Breck
Apr 25, 2001 7:04 AM
mee & alice tried this non-washing contest and she won, as she was into this non-stuff business. the reasons i lost are outlined below or in-lined i suppose, as i could never get out.

i wash the bike, i wash the trike; i wash them sumtimes thru the nite. i wash my socks, i wash my singlets; i never never put them in the wringlet.

i wash the shower, i wash the sink; i wash my my bottom till it is pink. i wash the toilet, i wash the bowl; i never never fall down the washing hole. (one tyme lewey's cuzz did, & u-know that story)

i wash all day, i wash all nite; i wash till everything is bright.
i wash with handi-wipes, i use handy swipes; i never never use un handy-types.

i wash the tp, i wash the pee-pee; i wash til i can hardly see-see.
i wash i could stay and tell you more, as i never never pass up a wash-ing store(y).

cheers and non-cheers to all washers & non-washers alike.
we sey "warsh" in tejas, you'all.
it's a slow day in tha hay.

un-message ...
your gettin' border-line un-crazy, jd.
remember the un-pact is not always un-reliable.

he never smells...i swearjkd
Apr 26, 2001 12:00 AM
he might have some smeg (too much information john de/ish), but i think he has had slight BO 2 times in our almost 2 years together. i am here to back him up.

who knows....maybe its in the irish genes, but he doesnt bathe and gets away with it. trust me...he doenst smell like a homeless guy on a park bench. no way.