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    No good Baffled by SSers in lycra

    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package? That sleek look? Or maybe the chance to let your cheeks hang out after some tiny fall shreds that paper thin layer?
    On a SS there simply is NO need.
    On my SS Ive never gotten even close to a saddle sore or sore butt or "Nummies". When on the road(more n'more seldomly) I wear em and when I rode my geary all day Id wear them. But on my SS? no way.


    You Gals out there disregard this message and stick with the tight clothes.

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    clothes

    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package? That sleek look? Or maybe the chance to let your cheeks hang out after some tiny fall shreds that paper thin layer?
    On a SS there simply is NO need.
    On my SS Ive never gotten even close to a saddle sore or sore butt or "Nummies". When on the road(more n'more seldomly) I wear em and when I rode my geary all day Id wear them. But on my SS? no way.


    You Gals out there disregard this message and stick with the tight clothes.
    I wear it because it is practical. I wear baggies when I want to. But lycra's best, especially when you SS commute 17 miles to work.

    You go and wear baggies while some of us wear our lycra. Just because we choose to ride with one gear, there's no reason why we should ride with what we deem practical.

    My road bike is SS.

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    Way more baffled by posts like this (nm)

    .nm.nm.nm.

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    I prefer a thong, keeps things nice and cool on those hot days. And yes, I like to show off my package...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package?
    Precisely. My thick and gorgeous c0ck is like a third crank arm on my SS.

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    Lol!

    Quote Originally Posted by SpinWheelz
    Precisely. My thick and gorgeous c0ck is like a third crank arm on my SS.
    HAHAHAH!

    dammn! yes, I have my special lycras. All black and pink stripes with a special sleeve for Mr. Chu-chu. I wear them in special ocassions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package? That sleek look? Or maybe the chance to let your cheeks hang out after some tiny fall shreds that paper thin layer?
    On a SS there simply is NO need.
    On my SS Ive never gotten even close to a saddle sore or sore butt or "Nummies". When on the road(more n'more seldomly) I wear em and when I rode my geary all day Id wear them. But on my SS? no way.


    You Gals out there disregard this message and stick with the tight clothes.
    What do you wear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package? That sleek look? Or maybe the chance to let your cheeks hang out after some tiny fall shreds that paper thin layer?
    On a SS there simply is NO need.
    On my SS Ive never gotten even close to a saddle sore or sore butt or "Nummies". When on the road(more n'more seldomly) I wear em and when I rode my geary all day Id wear them. But on my SS? no way.


    You Gals out there disregard this message and stick with the tight clothes.
    I wear both baggies and lycra but I definitely prefer lycra for riding fixed off road. Try spinning down a long 15-20% grade on a fixed gear off road then you might understand. Don't really need to worry about my shorts getting caught up, even briefly, on my saddle.

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    Baggies hurt my balls...

    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package? That sleek look? Or maybe the chance to let your cheeks hang out after some tiny fall shreds that paper thin layer?
    On a SS there simply is NO need.
    On my SS Ive never gotten even close to a saddle sore or sore butt or "Nummies". When on the road(more n'more seldomly) I wear em and when I rode my geary all day Id wear them. But on my SS? no way.


    You Gals out there disregard this message and stick with the tight clothes.
    My cocknballs tend to move around alot in baggies and after a couple of hours of riding, they're sore. Perhaps if your dick and sack were a little bigger, you would understand. Sorry about that, little guy.

    Sometimes I do wear a thong like Joe. Sometimes I wear it backwards so I can sport a really obtuse maneltoe. It's dead sexy.

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    I wasn't aware of the dress code

    I would ride naked but everyone yells at me to take off my sweater when I do that, and women and children cry

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    boxers or briefs? Depends...

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    what does that mean, anyway?

    this tubesnatch or is that tubesnake guy is truly baffling. must not be pedalling hard enough to be able to process such deep and profound thoughts in his noggin.

    i wear both, depending on mood. speaking of depending, sometimes i just wear Depends... why bother stopping to pee. super absorbent on those hot days, too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken in KC
    My cocknballs tend to move around alot in baggies and after a couple of hours of riding, they're sore. Perhaps if your dick and sack were a little bigger, you would understand. Sorry about that, little guy.

    Sometimes I do wear a thong like Joe. Sometimes I wear it backwards so I can sport a really obtuse maneltoe. It's dead sexy.

    Ken

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    wool cover

    Quote Originally Posted by OneGearGuy
    what does that mean, anyway?

    this tubesnatch or is that tubesnake guy is truly baffling. must not be pedalling hard enough to be able to process such deep and profound thoughts in his noggin.

    i wear both, depending on mood. speaking of depending, sometimes i just wear Depends... or nothing at all. free the package, free the pakcage!!

    OGG
    In the winter, I was thinking of wearing one of Annabel's baby socks where the unit counts. it's like having a hood ornament out inthe open...sometimes, I'd get to work, and I'd think of the detachable penis song...because that's how my midget felt, detachable.

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    what? no comments about the ubiquitous pics of drevil in all-pink lycra in dert rag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package? That sleek look? Or maybe the chance to let your cheeks hang out after some tiny fall shreds that paper thin layer?
    On a SS there simply is NO need.
    On my SS Ive never gotten even close to a saddle sore or sore butt or "Nummies". When on the road(more n'more seldomly) I wear em and when I rode my geary all day Id wear them. But on my SS? no way.

    You Gals out there disregard this message and stick with the tight clothes.

    No no. None of this. Guys, keep wearing the lycra too. Rawr.

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    Baby sock?
    Carefull Ken In K is gonna rip you on that one.
    Didn't you mean calfhugger gym-sock?

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    Yep...

    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    "Thou doest protest too much"
    It may not be thick, but it sure is short.

    Pot, Kettle, Black there, tiny.

    I'm more of a function over style type person. So the fact that I have a small pecker doesn't bother me too much. Besides, I have a 12-inch tongue that the ladies seem like, for some reason.

    Ken

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    This thread can easily be summarized and delat with using a simple logic and symbol routine:


    If A, then B
    If B, then C

    The key variants are as follows:

    A = tubesnapper
    B = no lycra
    C = POLESMOKER.

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    At first glance

    Quote Originally Posted by jennytalia
    This thread can easily be summarized and delat with using a simple logic and symbol routine:


    If A, then B
    If B, then C

    The key variants are as follows:

    A = tubesnapper
    B = no lycra
    C = POLESMOKER.
    At first glance I saw C= potsmoker and thought "damn she's smart"
    But polesmoker?
    delat

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernesto_from_Wisconsin
    In the winter, I was thinking of wearing one of Annabel's baby socks where the unit counts. it's like having a hood ornament out inthe open...sometimes, I'd get to work, and I'd think of the detachable penis song...because that's how my midget felt, detachable.

    I feel kinda icky responding, ernesto, but you are talking about the famous 1960s trousers design, the "Cleaver Sleave" designed by Eldridge Cleaver. It never made it "big."

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    Cleaver Sleave

    Quote Originally Posted by BadHabit
    I feel kinda icky responding, ernesto, but you are talking about the famous 1960s trousers design, the "Cleaver Sleave" designed by Eldridge Cleaver. It never made it "big."
    What the heck is a Cleaver Sleave?

    Here we go...The rest of his life (he died last year, at 62) was spent in desperate attempts at personal reinvention, a fast-forward blur of shifting identities. Fame had become an addiction, and headline-seeking helped turn him into a parody. At one point, Rolling Stone magazine reported that he was a clothes designer with a line in men's pants, featuring a codpiece that emphasized the genitals -- "a Cleaver sleeve," he called it. That didn't work, and neither did anything else.

    So yes, you bet your wanker I need a sleeve for my unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Impy
    No no. None of this. Guys, keep wearing the lycra too. Rawr.
    Hey! Would you tolerate comments like that in the WL?

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    You can wear what you want and I will wear what I want.

    Simple as that. There is no SS or MTB dress code.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy
    Hey! Would you tolerate comments like that in the WL?

    Yeah! Don't Objectify Us!

    I feel so cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TubeSSnapper
    What is up with SSers wearing lycra? Do some guys just like showing off their package?
    Lol. Dude, what's up on your mind? Looking at other people crotches?

    Lycra shorts are comfortable, functional, keep you genitals comfortably and securely and NORMAL people do not not have any issues with the look.

    May I recommend therapy? Then go and buy yourself some REAL biking shorts and stop looking at other people bulges.

    (I know it is a troll, but can not resist. American males are so suppressed, it is not even funny.)

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