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General Chat Thread, Sport and Geeking/IT in General; Originally Posted by richard I'm an avid carp angler that counts lol My other half's carp angling seems to involve ...
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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    Quote Originally Posted by richard
    I'm an avid carp angler that counts lol
    My other half's carp angling seems to involve beer, pork pies and a fair amount of doing very little... not sure it counts strictly speaking!

    Although he claims the hike to/from the lake towing his trolley laden with fishing gear is the exercise!

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40
    Although he claims the hike to/from the lake towing his trolley laden with fishing gear is the exercise!
    That's what OffRoad Vehicles are for. Can I suggest a Toyota Landcruiser or Landrover Defender? You can also sit in the wagon back bit and plug a fridge into the battery to keep the beer cold.

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    hmm i do do some dressage, but its mainly wandering around the countryside or blasting up a field flat out gallop...that's good fun and great for clearing the mind! but i don't take my riding too seriously, its meant to be fun after all!

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    Quote Originally Posted by amyr
    i don't take my riding too seriously, its meant to be fun after all!
    *Bite's tongue trying not to lower the tone with double entendres' while ladies are present....*

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    I'm a drummer,

    40 mins under mad hot lights in a sweaty club clouting a drumkit....now thats a bloody workout!

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    try playing Pro Evo 6 now thats a football game!!!
    Indeed - best football game ever......

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

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    try playing Pro Evo 6 now thats a football game!!!

    Indeed - best football game ever......
    Better than Sensi ?

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    I watch free style motor cross where they do back flips and hand stands etc on motor cross bikes, would love to do that, &%*$&%^ expensive though

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    Play 5-a-side twice a week and play for the staff team against the Sixth Form one night a week after school - they seem to kick me the hardest out of everybody though!

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    I play football in the summer, i play badminton twice a week, i run a club at the school i work at to help (me get enjoyment outta of hammering )the kids

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    Archery and Golf myself, along with cycling.
    All when I get the time

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    Hate the gym (boring) and doing any competitive sport

    I do several high impact exercise classes a week, go running, and walk the dog twice a day.
    That is apart from keeping a big house clean and running around after three teenagers!

    Can't bear football but Welsh origins mean that watching Rugby Union is a religion, not a sport....
    But then, I am old enough to remember JPR, JJ and the like.

    Oh, and I used to play 7-a-side rugby in a men's team! (don't ask)

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    wooo for JPR Williams, one of the local heros (unlike Henson who's known as pony)

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    Quote Originally Posted by PeterW
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    try playing Pro Evo 6 now thats a football game!!!

    Indeed - best football game ever......
    Better than Sensi ?
    Yes!

    I play football, only once a week but I do play for about 4 hours, love it. Also watch any football I can and Im a Reading season ticket holder

    Thinking about playing squash sometime though

    Ive got a bike and I'd like to say I cycle to work more than drive but its not quite true. As the weather gets nicer though I have less excuses not to do it, especially as I only live a few miles from school

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    Re: Sport and Geeking/IT

    How dare you! Nothing is better than sensible soccer....... well maybe cannon soccer... or was it sensible fodder? i forget.

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