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Cycling or Sex?(54 posts)

Cycling or Sex?RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 14, 2002 7:24 PM
My woman says I spend more time ridin my bike than I do ridin her. I think she is jealous, but honestly, I get more enjoyment out of my bike than my wife. Can anyone relate to this, or am I out of bounds on this one?
re: Cycling or Sex?elviento
Apr 14, 2002 7:33 PM
For five grand I can get the best bike on the market, but no way to get the sexiest chic if you only have so little dough.
Your question is misleadingLazywriter
Apr 14, 2002 7:56 PM
because you asked cycling or sex, but you didn't elaborate and say you meant with your wife(that is a totally different ball game). Wives get old a haggard and the sex gets boring. Please don't anyone chime in and say I don't know what I am doing blah blah blah and that's why the sex blows. After 12-30 years of screwing the same broad even if it a runway model, it gets boring and you both get wrinkly. If you are a man and you are honest, then there are a lot more women other than you wife that you'd rather be having sex with. It's the nature of the beast. Thank GOD for pornography.
Now, make a mental image of the hottest woman you know. If you choose the bike over banging her, then you are an idiot. You can always ride after you give her the best 3 minutes of her life.
Your question is misleadingcurlybike
Apr 14, 2002 8:13 PM
That would be the best 3 of my life. I gave up deluding myself years ago
Female CyclistsRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 3:55 AM
I would like to try out a female cyclist, maybe the CO Cylist model. Of course just a female that loves to ride would be good at this point.
Your question is misleadingSteveO
Apr 15, 2002 7:11 AM
"Wives get old a haggard and the sex gets boring."

bummer for you, i guess.

Even if that WERE the case for everyone, with the frequency i see posters considering/buying new bikes on this board, i'd venture to guess that your bikes, too, get haggard and boring.
Your question is misleadingRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 7:16 AM
not really.
but getting rid of an old bike is way cheaper than a divorce. nmelviento
Apr 15, 2002 7:31 AM
but getting rid of an old bike is way cheaper than a divorce. nmRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 7:47 AM
This would be number three if I got a divorce, so that needs to be out of the question.
Your response is typicalmickey-mac
Apr 15, 2002 8:05 AM
Once again, Lazywriter displays a lack of creativity: this time sexual creativity. I guess references to "haggard" wives and "broads" should be expected from a guy who brags about throwing his soiled cycling shorts onto his girlfriend's head. He claims to be a mental health care professional. I sincerely hope he has no personal contact with people in need of assistance.
Your response is typicalRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 8:26 AM
Mental Health Professional or Professional Mental Healht Patient?
Good point by you. (nm)mickey-mac
Apr 15, 2002 10:07 AM
MICKEYMAC, how typically you seem to lackLazywriter
Apr 15, 2002 4:28 PM
any sense of humor. My comment was tounge and cheek and for you not to see that, then you aren't very perceptive. I wouldn't want you as my lawyer if you have such little insight.
You are the epitome of political correctness and must be incredibly pu$$y whipped. It is a joke, just like Howard Stern is a joke. I find him funny as I do the Man show and Oppie and Anthony (see my influences).
Seriously, are you going to tell me that as a man, you do not have a wandering eye when you see a beautiful woman and you don't envision having sex with her? You can't fight biology. Ladies, if a guy says to you that he wouldn't want to have sex with other women, he is lying. I am especially not referring to the beginning of a relationship when things are very intense, but rather 5-10-20 years later when things cool off. STOP WITH YOU BULLSH%^, you know I am right and I bet if we were friends(never happen), I would know what you really think. But here you will put on such a "I am a nice guy" crap. You didnt need to respond to me but I seem to have to respond to you because I still find you incredibly annoying.
Whether or not a man cheats is a different story, but the deisre is always there. Remember, a man is as faithful as his options and most men with such options have a lot of bones in their closets. It's an alpha-male thing.
As far as creativity, you are undoubtedly the most uncreative person on this board because you lack any hint of a sense of humor. Loosen up douch, you wound way too tight. I bet you are one of the repressed Chritian fundamentalist types. Am I right?
I'll back that upRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 5:53 PM
Men aren't faithful creatures. We are always looking for something better, espeically when you are married to a HUFFY like me.
Damn, you're easymickey-mac
Apr 15, 2002 8:46 PM
Bait the hook, drop it, and you're on the line in no time.
3 MINUTES???heloise
Apr 15, 2002 11:06 AM

I think they have medications for men with your condition these days...
3 MINUTES???RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 1:26 PM
Oh yeah?
Haha, I was the 69th person to look at this messagehayaku
Apr 14, 2002 8:55 PM
But seriously, I can spend all day on my bike and never get bored. I get tired and sweaty either way and I can achieve some thing important (Not impotent) EVERYTIME!
re: Cycling or Sex?empacher6seat
Apr 14, 2002 10:50 PM
Personally I don't even think there's much to debate about on this one: go for sex!
Maybe I only think that way because I'm a first year university student... hmmmm....
re: Cycling or Sex?RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 3:57 AM
I guess you aren't getting any. Try getting married and tell us after a few years of marriage what you prefer.
My bicycle never complains about a headache... ;)ronvermeeren
Apr 14, 2002 10:51 PM
choose the less frequentDuane Gran
Apr 15, 2002 6:14 AM
I've been known to say that I like bike racing better than sex, and I believe it. But then, if you are single and young it is hard to choose. ;) Do both if possible, but I still prefer the bike.
My wife is more like a HuffyRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 6:46 AM
I think it depends on the piece of @$$. It would be like doing a Huffy or doing a Pinerello. My wife is falling to Huffy status. Now, if I had a new Pinerello Prince in bed with me, the excitment might start again.
your wife reads this and you are SO dead (nm)RideLots
Apr 15, 2002 7:08 AM
your wife reads this and you are SO dead (nm)RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 7:17 AM
I don't think she will or I wouldn't have posted. If she does, I am sure she knows this is how I feel anyway, so oh well.
sounds like your 3rd divorce is on its way (nm)up_hiller
Apr 15, 2002 8:23 AM
sounds like your 3rd divorce is on its way (nm)RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 8:28 AM
I just give her a credit card, and pay just enough on it each month to make her happy and have some space to charge some more. It is cheaper than a divorce. Makes her happy as well.
So now you want to sleep with a prince? (nm)Leisure
Apr 15, 2002 8:29 PM
So now you want to sleep with a prince? (nm)RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 16, 2002 3:46 AM
A Prince is a frame in this matter. You wouldn't catch me riding a Pinerello Princess you know.
food or water?RideLots
Apr 15, 2002 6:25 AM
(this is the most un-PC thread, other than the Colorado Cyclist thread...)

I think this is a false choice. While reality may at times bear out a real mandatory choice here, as obviously you can't do both at the same time, no one really has to make that choice.

Too much of either might be bad for the other, though. :-)
Both possible at the same time.RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 6:48 AM
Has anyone tried to do the both at the same time. I remember seeing a movie of a couple on a stationary bike rocking each others world. It was an R rated flick, not one that you have to go to a back room of a video store to find.
maybe a Paris-Roubaix rider and Paola Pezzo?RideLots
Apr 15, 2002 7:06 AM
Some those guys seemed to have awesome balance. Get Museeuw and Pezzo together and they might pull it off on rollers. :-)
maybe a Paris-Roubaix rider and Paola Pezzo?RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 7:18 AM
This wasn't on rollers. That would be impressive.
Apr 15, 2002 6:38 AM
If the question is merely a comparison bewteen riding daily and having sex daily, then riding is a more enjoyable thing to do.

But if the choice is mutually exclusive, meaning, choosing between never being allowed to ride again and never being allowed to have sex again, DEFINITELY GO FOR SEX!!!
If you have to ask, you're doing one of them wrong (nm)cory
Apr 15, 2002 7:27 AM
Random ThoughtsMikeC
Apr 15, 2002 7:39 AM
1) What you get out of either is proportionate to what you put into it.
2) Maybe you need to have both training rides and races (but try to use the same mount).
2) An average guy on a true "10" might be as ludicrous as a fat poseur on a C-40.
3) If you have the wrong head tube angle or seat tube angle you may lose some responsiveness or comfort. You might even get hurt.
4) While some rides are gimmicks that are only good for a short time, there are certainly classics that give pleasure for as long as you take care of them.
5) While a Huffy may not seem very exciting now, a sleek, hot, racing machine will certainly dump you quicker when you lose concentration...and when your reactions slow with age.
6) Your Huffy is far less likely to get stolen by someone who really knows what he's after.
7) Be careful what you wish for. You just might get it.
8) You can't just ride. Maintenance is critical...whether you do it yourself or pay a professional.
9) Fit is everything.
10) People who ride too fast and too often sometimes get career-ending injuries. Some even die.
11) Don't wear your riding outfit when you're not riding.
Random ThoughtsRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 7:51 AM
Those are some very worthy points to consider.
On both, get a much of it as you can when you're young. (nm)RoyGBiv
Apr 15, 2002 9:15 AM
On both, get a much of it as you can when you're young. (nm)RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 9:26 AM
Are you old and trying to tell us something?
Wistfully. Yes. (nm)RoyGBiv
Apr 15, 2002 11:41 AM
Wistfully. Yes. (nm)RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 1:27 PM
Riding will help keep you young, so keep riding.
The more I ride my bike...rideslikeagirl
Apr 15, 2002 9:39 AM
the more I seem to want to ride my hubby.

Go figure-
The more I ride my bike...RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 9:48 AM
I don't even want to ask about that one. OK, I will. Do you like your roads a little bumpy?
No, just his. BUT...rideslikeagirl
Apr 15, 2002 10:17 AM
And I wasn't gonna go here with you guys, but it's pretty funny-

A couple weeks ago, on my way home, I had to pee REALLY bad, but didn't want to stop cuz I only had another 20 minutes or so. Well, the more I rode, the more I had to pee, but felt like I had to...ya know...what I do on my husbands bump (oh my god, can't believe I'm telling you this)...but I had to pee so bad, I was afraid if I gave into the other feeling I'd also end up with a really stinky/wet saddle.

Coulda, woulda, shoulda...who knows? Just really strange.

Never had anything like that happen before!

Aren't you glad you asked?!?! ;)
No, just his. BUT...RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 10:30 AM
Well this board is going in a new direction today. SO you were facing a big O on your bike, is how I interpret it, and to get it you wet yourself? I hope your bike is not made of steel. I have a feeling Urine would do some damage to the steel since it is salty. I am not sure what to believe on this one.
No, no, no-rideslikeagirl
Apr 15, 2002 10:50 AM
I chickened out, because I DIDN'T want a wet saddle.

Believe me, no one was more shocked than me to have that experience!!

And if it were to happen - (the O, not the P) I don't think I'd be able to keep peddling!!
No, no, no-RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 1:28 PM
Ok, so you had to go really bad. Holding it along with the vibration of the road, and your legs probably causing a little stimulation, you almost scored an o while pedaling down the road. Wow! That is a great story. Too bad you are married, I'd make you number 4.
Number 4, huh? Who's my competition? (nm)rideslikeagirl
Apr 15, 2002 1:36 PM
Number 4, huh? Who's my competition? (nm)RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 1:42 PM
HUFFY, my wife, #3.
Doh! Nevermind...I get it. (nm)rideslikeagirl
Apr 15, 2002 1:40 PM
Doh! Nevermind...I get it. (nm)RadicalRonPruitt
Apr 15, 2002 1:42 PM
I spelled it out for you before getting to this one. My current wife is a Huffy. Heavy, Rusty, Slow, but she can cook.
re: Cycling or Sex?mmquest
Apr 15, 2002 7:57 PM
Maybe you were just trying to be light-hearted about this but, and I'm sorry, someone has to say it...I think that you are out of bounds on this one. I love both my bike and my wife A LOT but, if it came down to it, the choice would be clear. I didn't stand up in front of my friends and family and announce my intention to be with my wife until she wasn't young and firm anymore, I agreed to love her forever and that comes first and foremost in my life. If you don't feel the same way, something must be terribly wrong.

Furthermore, many pro racers state the same thing, guys who are at the peak of their careers. If LA would put his family first, why shouldn't we?

By the way, I would like to note that I also spend more time on my bike than on my wife. I'm not sure about most of the people reading this forum, but, during the season, I spend at least 1.5 hours a day on the bike. I'm not sure anyone could spend that much time in the sack! ;)
Side NoteRadicalRonPruitt
Apr 16, 2002 3:48 AM
Sting, the former Police bassist and solo artist, claims that he and his wife can do it for over six hours.
CLAIMS being the key word, and every day?...(nm)mmquest
Apr 16, 2002 9:20 AM