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Yes,  the D is for 'dangly bits.'   I think the children will all remember the A B C D  now.   I think it's a good idea as I know I've caught a full skirt on the back wheel several times over the years.   Apparently all the children found it very funny, but then they are only 9 or 10 years old...... and haven't got over the stage of 'toilet humour'.    (I know.... some never do!)

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You wouldn't want to get your dangly bits stuck in owt,especially if you are a lad,the dangly bits when you ride a recumbent trike are only four inches above the road surface

 

Rog

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I seem to remember many years ago in the Triassic age they used to sell ladies cycles with a sort of plastic shield over the front half of the rear mudguard. When you looked at it from the side it looked like a quarter of a pie chart. Blokes could get a bike with a complete chain cover to protect their socks, when trousers were tucked in, when you had no cycle clips. Can you still get them ?

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The early ladies cycles had strings threaded around the rear mudguard down to a bracket near the wheel hub to stop the long skirts being pulled into the rear wheel, you can still get the clear plastic skirt protectors to fit rear muguards,

 

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Must admit, I never got my skirt caught in the rear wheel. Used to get oil scuffs on me socks though.:sorry:

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You've never lived then BK, nowt better than riding your bike whilst wearing a skirt,lovely cooling effect  slywink

 

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1 hour ago, plantfit said:

You wouldn't want to get your dangly bits stuck in owt,especially if you are a lad,the dangly bits when you ride a recumbent trike are only four inches above the road surface

 

Rog

Bragging Rog? smile2

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26 minutes ago, plantfit said:

You've never lived then BK, nowt better than riding your bike whilst wearing a skirt,lovely cooling effect  slywink

 

Rog

 

It would quite a sight on a recumbent...     :Shock:

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As my Scottish mate always says " it's a bit draughty around the Trossocks

 

Rog

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A wee Scottish boy goes into a cake shop and says to the baker ‘is that a cake in the window or a meringue?’ ‘You’re right’ says the baker, ‘it’s a cake’.

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3 hours ago, philmayfield said:

A wee Scottish boy goes into a cake shop and says to the baker ‘is that a cake in the window or a meringue?’ ‘You’re right’ says the baker, ‘it’s a cake’.

 

Doh! took me three goes to get it..

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3 hours ago, philmayfield said:

A wee Scottish boy goes into a cake shop and says to the baker ‘is that a cake in the window or a meringue?’ ‘You’re right’ says the baker, ‘it’s a cake’.

 

Very clever!

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1 hour ago, Brew said:

 

Doh! took me three goes to get it..

Can somebody explain it to me please.

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BK, try saying 'a meringue' out loud in a sort-of of Scottish accent.   It's a question...

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Shoot me now !!

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Read it with a really broad Scottish accent.

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Second leg ... SG 2 - BlackBerry Bush/Triffid 0.

 Overall aggregate SG 2  -Blackberry Bush/Triffid 1

 

Cut down to size with excellent scissor work and very thick gloves. Slight injury to jumper and jeans but will recover in a few days. Celebratory vodka or two this evening:)

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To my wine addled brain, this was amazing ...

Was watching “Bosch”earlier on Amazon, based on novels by one of our favourite authors, Michael Connolly. Mentioned to the missus that another author I like, James Lee Burke, has a main character who has an adopted daughter called Alafair. Burke himself has a daughter called Alafair who is also a novelist.

10 minutes later 2 characters in Bosch, meet in a cafe. One has a book and you can see from the cover that it is by ...... Alafair Burke!!

Oo-er, spooky! Wonder what the odds are? Too late to buy a lottery ticket!

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You've got me intrigued. Shall have to look for it on Amazon. ( Prime ?)

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Very strange. I've looked on Prime video and can find Bosch ( thought it was just a film didn't realise it was a series) and started to put it on my list to watch another time. Apparently it isn't available here. I was searching on ipad. Looked on laptop and its available. Its going to take me a long long time to watch them. Hope they are good.

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Took the bike out for a spin this morning and headed through Melton Mowbray. Big mistake, there were crews surface gritting from the Grantham Rd with tail-backs at rolling traffic lights. Loads of bikers but most taking it very easy. One muppet trying to overtake too fast and came down and scrawked his pride and joy, no injury just hurt pride, you can't believe some folk.

 

Clouds of dust everywhere, not good news for quite a few in the opposite tail-back. Classics, at least half a dozen Rover P4s and some Triumphs all polished up lovely, getting caked. I bet they were spitting, passed more heading towards Melton as I rode through, must be a show somewhere. Some folk won't be happy.:(

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Reminds me of the time I was driving over the Tomintoul Pass in teh Cirngorms and I caught up with a string of cars all doing around 20MPH behind a caravan. I had been in the mountains all day and just wanted to get home so, knowing the road well I realised that if I didn't get past right now I would be stuck on a series of bends for the next umpteen miles. So, off I went haring past them all, only to find that fresh road chippings had been laid and that the leader was going slow to avoid sliding off into the valley below!. A few slurring slides and I was back in control but with a rather big dent in my pride.  However, I was past the mobile road block and saved at least half an hour on my journey.

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Go for it Ian, in competition with Catfan for the "Husband of the year trophy" eh?

 

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Spot on Rog..not so much cooked a bean in nearly 3 weeks..gave the Afghans a village away my E.Post number...Hi-Ace arrives pronto with me snap!

Booze fridge is empty..but the deck looks nice..in saying that, i have tried to disguise the ironing by shoving 4 into 3 baskets.

Every little helps♡

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Impressed with the wash basket idea, might try that one myself

 

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