OT, but never WAAAAY OT, spelling

Having noticed more than a few Canadians here, can one of you suggest the
spelling for the FC name ‘leez’ like the BBC news reader.

I have fallen for a young lady that was reluctantly impressed by my Miyata.
Is it OK to like someone that calls you ‘bizarre’ to your face, or is that
inevitable?

Aaron.

I have fallen for a young lady that was reluctantly impressed by my Miyata.
Is it OK to like someone that calls you ‘bizarre’ to your face, or is that
inevitable?

Why were you showing her your “Miyata” in the first place? Is your nickname for it or were you referring to your unicycle? No wonder she thinks you’re bizarre!!! hehehe

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Aaron,

Asking for advice on romance here on rec.sport.unicycling has got to be like heckling Don Rickles. I truly admire your bravery.

Raphael Lasar
Matawan, NJ

in all interpersonal communication, u have to take into account both the macro and the micro signals
what did she do while she was calling u bizarre?
did she touch her face?
play with her hair?
lift one foot of the ground?
these may all be indications betraying the content of her communication
(if she lifts both feet off the ground it’s a dead give-away)

what did her eyes do while she was saying it?
did she look to the top right hand corner?
bottom right?
top left?
bottom left?

that could respectively indicate that she was comparing your level of bizarreness with previously experienced examples of bizarreness
‘he’s not quite as weird as that dude on max x’ or whatever

that she was imagining applications of your bizarreness that she had not yet witnessed
‘i wonder if he can ride down stairs’ for example
and all sorts of other fun stuff

now i’m going to sit back and see where this thread is going to go because it can only be entertaining

keep us updated, will u?
level 11 beckons

Lise.

And remember, people who call you names to your face are your friends; people who call you names behind your back, well…

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> Asking for advice on romance here on rec.sport.unicycling has

unicycling? unicycling? this isn’t rec.sport.undyinglove? i’m so
embarrassed.

What did she say when you asked, “How Bizzahhh?”

Who was it that said A unicycle is a great chick magnet? Someone on this forum I’m sure.
Just got to be careful - girls make you do some silly things like ride on big walls and down big stairs.

I call my unicycle ‘Alys’ (Pronounced ‘alice’)…and always introduce her to the ladies.

I know, i know - im a silly devil…

Dylan made up a t-shirt idea with a “Unicycle = Chick Magnet” slogan on it…

http://www.unicyclist.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=21876

Phil

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> What did she say when you asked, “How Bizzahhh?”
>

“What a naarsty scar”

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> Just got to be careful - girls make you do some silly things like ride
> on big walls and down big stairs.

If testosterone were available on the street it would be illegal. Riding on
big walls to impress the girls is a doddle compared to testosterone.

>
> I call my unicycle ‘Alys’ (Pronounced ‘alice’)…and always introduce
> her to the ladies.
>

Girls are never impressed by your other girlfriends. Rename your uni
‘George,’ and say it with a cheesy French accent. This won’t impress them
either, but it’s a safer name nevertheless.

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On Fri, 21 Feb 2003 08:07:09 +1300, “Aaron Pelly”
<apelly@monkeymasters.co.nz> wrote:

>Riding on
>big walls to impress the girls is a doddle compared to testosterone.

If it weren’t for testosterone you wouldn’t have any compulsion to
ride big walls to impress the girls in the first place.

Klaas Bil - Newsgroup Addict

“661, neighbourhood of the Beast”

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> If it weren’t for testosterone you wouldn’t have any compulsion to
> ride big walls to impress the girls in the first place.

Klaas, you have such an eloquent appreciation of things, even for a
European.

but… if there weren’t girls, would there be walls?..