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Re: funny

Post by johnsmith » 19 Sep 2019, 18:14

HBS Guy wrote:That is how he got swooped! :c :c :c


I don't understand why people panic when magpies swoop. He had a bike helmet on .. let it swoop.

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 19 Sep 2019, 11:42

It was for one cyclist!

Re: funny

Post by DonDeeHippy » 19 Sep 2019, 07:37

https://www.greencarreports.com/news/11 ... ter-record

Legendary drag-racer Don Garlits, who was setting racing records before the moon landing, set two new speed records in an electric dragster in the quarter mile, one for a time of 7.235 seconds, and the other for a trap speed of 189.04 mph at the end of the quarter mile, Hot Rod Magazine reports.

In addition to his eight national drag racing championships in the sport's fastest Top Fuel class, the 87-year-old Garlits—known as "Big Daddy" in the sport—also held the previous record for a quarter mile pass in an electric dragster set in 2014 at 184 mph.


He had been the first driver to hit 200 mph (in 1964) on the quarter-mile drag strips and the first to reach 240 mph (in 1968)

I remember watching him when dad used to take me to the drags in the States, I'm amazed he is still alive after some of the crashes he has had, little on breaking world records....
Age is no limit :purple

Re: funny

Post by DonDeeHippy » 19 Sep 2019, 07:32

HBS Guy wrote:Cycling? Alright maybe 50 years ago but traffic these days?

he was hit by a bird not a car...…. :purple

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 19 Sep 2019, 05:02

Cycling? Alright maybe 50 years ago but traffic these days?

Re: funny

Post by DonDeeHippy » 19 Sep 2019, 04:44

HBS Guy wrote:You ain’t 79—slow reflexes, brittle bones etc.

yes no one over 70 should go outside because of brittle bones and slow reflexes, why cant these people just stay inside where they belong... :purple

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 18 Sep 2019, 22:40

That is how he got swooped! :c :c :c

Re: funny

Post by johnsmith » 18 Sep 2019, 16:37

HBS Guy wrote:You ain’t 79—slow reflexes, brittle bones etc.


so ride slower

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 17 Sep 2019, 20:16

You ain’t 79—slow reflexes, brittle bones etc.

Re: funny

Post by johnsmith » 17 Sep 2019, 19:59

HBS Guy wrote:WTF was a 79yo doing on a pushbike anyway?


why not? It's a great form of exercise, and Wollongong has some of the best cycle tracks in the country. I wish the gold coast would take some notes. Totally separate from the roads, up and down along the coast with great views over the ocean. I've cycled it plenty of times.

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 17 Sep 2019, 11:02

ahahahahaha!

Re: funny

Post by DonDeeHippy » 17 Sep 2019, 04:49

HBS Guy wrote:We talked of magpies swooping up thread a bit.

Not so funny: a magpie swoop on a 79yo cyclist resulted in his death:

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/state/nsw/2019/09/16/magpie-fatal-cycle-crash/

WTF was a 79yo doing on a pushbike anyway?

Probably a bearing seized on his skateboard :purple

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 16 Sep 2019, 17:22

We talked of magpies swooping up thread a bit.

Not so funny: a magpie swoop on a 79yo cyclist resulted in his death:

https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/state/nsw/2019/09/16/magpie-fatal-cycle-crash/

WTF was a 79yo doing on a pushbike anyway?

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 10 Sep 2019, 19:52

Image

Re: funny

Post by johnsmith » 10 Sep 2019, 18:19

mothra wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Aussie wrote:Mr Smith.......I want you to try that with Mrs Smith, and get one of your Sons to film it! That would be priceless!!!!

:bgrin


I would but I don't think it'll work if I do it. She's seen that video. It's an old one from facebook.

However, it might work if I asked my 10 yr old to do it. She thinks he's still innocent and will be more willing to play along with his 'magic trick'.




Tell her the whale joke. It's how i used to work out if guys were worth my attention.

You ask the person "what noise does a cow make" ... they say 'moo' .. you tell them to put their back into and do a proper cow imperswonation. RRepeat with every animal you can think of.

The ask what sound a whale makes. Casually take a mouthful of handy beverage and don't swallow. When they try to do a whale impersonation (always amusing), shake your head no and spurt said beverage into their face.

Best performed in summer.


:clap :jump

will definitely try that one day

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 10 Sep 2019, 00:39

Ahahaha!

Re: funny

Post by mothra » 10 Sep 2019, 00:36

johnsmith wrote:
Aussie wrote:Mr Smith.......I want you to try that with Mrs Smith, and get one of your Sons to film it! That would be priceless!!!!

:bgrin


I would but I don't think it'll work if I do it. She's seen that video. It's an old one from facebook.

However, it might work if I asked my 10 yr old to do it. She thinks he's still innocent and will be more willing to play along with his 'magic trick'.




Tell her the whale joke. It's how i used to work out if guys were worth my attention.

You ask the person "what noise does a cow make" ... they say 'moo' .. you tell them to put their back into and do a proper cow imperswonation. RRepeat with every animal you can think of.

The ask what sound a whale makes. Casually take a mouthful of handy beverage and don't swallow. When they try to do a whale impersonation (always amusing), shake your head no and spurt said beverage into their face.

Best performed in summer.

Re: funny

Post by johnsmith » 09 Sep 2019, 21:25

Aussie wrote:Mr Smith.......I want you to try that with Mrs Smith, and get one of your Sons to film it! That would be priceless!!!!

:bgrin


I would but I don't think it'll work if I do it. She's seen that video. It's an old one from facebook.

However, it might work if I asked my 10 yr old to do it. She thinks he's still innocent and will be more willing to play along with his 'magic trick'.

Re: funny

Post by johnsmith » 09 Sep 2019, 21:21

Aussie wrote:
johnsmith wrote:
Aussie wrote:Hahahahahahahaaaa. What was she saying Mr Smith?



She's calling him a bastard and a son of a bitch (whore). :yahoo :yahoo :yahoo


Funny...she is (apparently) calling her own son a bastard and son of a bitch!


In my experience it's common with Italian women. I had already lost count of the number of times my mum called me those exact same things by the time I was 5.

Re: funny

Post by Aussie » 09 Sep 2019, 16:50

Mr Smith.......I want you to try that with Mrs Smith, and get one of your Sons to film it! That would be priceless!!!!

:bgrin

Re: funny

Post by Aussie » 09 Sep 2019, 16:48

johnsmith wrote:
Aussie wrote:Hahahahahahahaaaa. What was she saying Mr Smith?



She's calling him a bastard and a son of a bitch (whore). :yahoo :yahoo :yahoo


Funny...she is (apparently) calling her own son a bastard and son of a bitch!

Re: funny

Post by HBS Guy » 09 Sep 2019, 16:29

She got upset in two languages :bgrin :bgrin :bgrin

Re: funny

Post by johnsmith » 09 Sep 2019, 16:22

Aussie wrote:Hahahahahahahaaaa. What was she saying Mr Smith?



She's calling him a bastard and a son of a bitch (whore). :yahoo :yahoo :yahoo

Re: funny

Post by Aussie » 09 Sep 2019, 13:10

Hahahahahahahaaaa. What was she saying Mr Smith?

Re: funny

Post by SethBullock » 09 Sep 2019, 11:54


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