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i found the funniest/best thread ever in the history of RBR(6 posts)

i found the funniest/best thread ever in the history of RBRSpirito di Finocchio
Mar 31, 2002 9:27 PM
and the plaudits go to do(u)g but he is busy as he rides lots.

http://forums.consumerreview.com/crforum?14@@.eee2cb4

enjoy
the counsellor was wrong..colker
Apr 1, 2002 4:51 AM
the colnago is not his mistress but his buddy. it's not like cheating your wife but going back to those times when playing football with guys was(?) far more interesting than talking to girls.
the counsellor was wrong..koala
Apr 1, 2002 5:17 AM
As a counselor and one who has been in counseling I THINK WHEN IT BECOMES AN OBSESSION her point becomes valid.
she(he) was right about the obsessive nature of the case..colker
Apr 1, 2002 6:15 AM
but wrong on the gender. it's a pre pubescent obsession which fits more with the "buddy" kind of love than the adult "mistress" thing. hmmm.. but then according to freud, we are all sexually driven even in childhood.
would the bike substitute our penn*s in some kind of masturbatory pleasure?
what about the girls? no more penn*s envy when obsessing about their bikes?
I can't bear it, KoalaSlipstream
Apr 1, 2002 6:29 AM
Opera & cycling? Carmen, the Spanish gypsy, fully obsessive, a wild thing that can never be tamed. An enduring symbol of the unremediated spirit of Spain. Today she would be a cyclist, I'm sure.

Cyclists need to be obsessive. At least to a point anyway. ;>)
re:The opinion of one who has resisted counsellingdzrider
Apr 1, 2002 7:32 AM
I view cylcing and/or running more as self-indulgence than love. My feelings, to the extent that I recognize them, about exercise come much closer to how I felt when I chased women full time than how I feel about my family.