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    Quote Originally Posted by GFAthens
    Seriously JDaniels? I would expect this kind of thread out of some women, but isn't it just a part of male culture to like peeing outside.

    I pee in my backyard almost as much as I do in my toilet. Peeing outside is awesome.Unless he was facing you and seemed like he may be aiming at you, I don't see any reason to take offense.

    But don't let this thread turn you off of the forum! It's all in good fun man.
    Gets a little interesting when you get caught by the women nextdoor too. I think she was more embarrassed than I was.
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    Riding a trail locally last summer, I came upon the awful realization that a deuce was knocking (pounding violently, really) at the door.

    Having no other options, Abandoned the bike and ran into the woods.

    The task completed, I fished for my bag of TP & realized with horror that I'd lent it to a buddy who had failed to return the unused portion.

    I completed the remaining 5 miles of trail with only one sock. Got my ankle pretty good a few times too.

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    If you are not a child and I am on a ride I will pee in front of you, ill turn my back and all though.

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    ok, on a serious note, would this guy be considered a jackwagon rider....?

    COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 20 (UPI) An Ohio mans drinking problem has landed him in jail, but not for alcohol abuse, officials said. Alan David Passion, 59, allegedly has a fetish for drinking urine and he has been ordered to spend 30 days in jail and five years under house arrest for a recent bathroom-related crime, The Columbus Dispatch reported. Im not certain jail time is going to do the trick for him, said Columbus Assistant City Prosecutor Joseph E. Schmotsky. It seems like what Mr. Passion really wants to do is just do the jail time and then get out and do it again. The judge also banned Patton from using public restrooms.

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    Hmmmm maybe an outhouse every 500m on them there trials is the answer..

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    What have we learned from this thread?

    99% of mountain bikers would be cool with you rolling up, introducing yourself, turning a shoulder, and taking a piss. I think we all understand there's an awkward line you cross somewhere in that scenario but picturing this going down makes me laugh. Makes me want to try a social experiment. Walk up to random people and see how close to them you can piss without being called a jackwagon.

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    Hahaha. Good Social experiment Idea. I think it would be somewhat rare for you to actually be called "Jackwagon". Hopefully not though, this thread has given us all a great new insult to use, and hopefully, it's use will spread.

    Next time someone cuts me off in traffic when I'm on my bike, I WILL yell "Watch where you're going you JACKWAGON"
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    Sorry, I disagree with many of you. Even though I've been peeing in the woods all my life ( almost 50 now),. It would be rude to pee in front of a stranger if they are not part of your group. If possible it's best to be more discreet and find your own space, there is alot of space and usually many trees around to help.
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    From The Online Slang Dictionary

    Definition of jackwagon
    jackwagon
    noun

    an insult. Likely coined specifically for the Geico commercial quoted in the following citation.

    Therapist: Maybe we should chug on over to mamby-pamby land where maybe we can find some confidence for you, you jackwagon.

    -- Geico commercial, 2010

    See more words meaning: uncool person, jerk, ******* (general insults - list of)

    by WalterGR, Sacramento, CA, USA, Jul 03 2010 (Edit definition)
    A useless piece of equipment, usually military, used to refer to a mule-drawn freight wagon which had been pieced together from dicarded or substandard parts, and subject to frequent breakdowns. Jackwagons typically were good for only one or two uses, then abandoned or discarded along roadsides and in ditches, and were often re-cannibalized to create new jackwagons.

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    One thing I learned in this thread: I can pee in the woods and not feel guility about it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko G
    your right, it disgusts me when humans urinate in forests. I mean, animals are one thing, but humans, c'mon...

    OMG are you a tree hugger or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Mac
    Riding a trail locally last summer, I came upon the awful realization that a deuce was knocking (pounding violently, really) at the door.

    Having no other options, Abandoned the bike and ran into the woods.

    The task completed, I fished for my bag of TP & realized with horror that I'd lent it to a buddy who had failed to return the unused portion.

    I completed the remaining 5 miles of trail with only one sock. Got my ankle pretty good a few times too.

    I carry a bandana when XC skiing & biking. The main reason for this is to wipe sweat off my brow in warm weather & wipe my nose in cold.

    I have, on accasion, pressed the bandana into "other service" in emergencies. Usually, 1/2of the bandana will suffice for such emergencies leaving the other half for the original intent or another "emergncy".

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    I learned what a jackwagom is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCSKIBUM
    I carry a bandana when XC skiing & biking. The main reason for this is to wipe sweat off my brow in warm weather & wipe my nose in cold.

    I have, on accasion, pressed the bandana into "other service" in emergencies. Usually, 1/2of the bandana will suffice for such emergencies leaving the other half for the original intent or another "emergncy".
    OMG! Are you a survivalist or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbmb65
    OMG! Are you a survivalist or what?
    No, but but don't be frightened if you meet me on the trails in the Adirondacks in September.

    I took this picture of my bike when I was taking a $HIT while bear hunting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winchboy
    I learned what a jackwagom is.
    Now all you need to learn is how to spell it

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    Well, this bush looked like I should pee on it. Why are you peeing on it?
    This your bush? You have a special bond with this bush?
    You the king of the forest?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCSKIBUM
    OMG are you a tree hugger or what?
    i didnt think my sarcasm was THAT difficult to detect... however, ill try to make it a little more obvious next time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko G
    i didnt think my sarcasm was THAT difficult to detect... however, ill try to make it a little more obvious next time

    Perhaps your response came too soon after the OP's hand wringinmg plea in the 1st post..

    Now that I re-read your post, the sarchasm is more obvious but you pulled it off so well, it threw me.

    Actually, that should be taken as a compliment as the best sarchasm should look to be a serious coment on the original subject.

    Indeed, well done! .

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    10,800 views to this point; this thread will live forever!

    I'm going to try to go for a ride this weekend just so I can pee in the woods! LOL!
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    Man, I gotta pee right now....

    Think I would be allowed to pee on a tree at school too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellow Yellow
    10,800 views to this point; this thread will live forever!
    If it's yellow, let it mellow
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    If it's yellow, let it mellow
    "If it's brown, flush it down."
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    Last ride I peed in the woods at least 3 times. It was epic.

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    Come on... that extra liter off pee in you, can make you fell bad...
    You got to release it...

    If you are not in front of kids or women, then what the problem?
    Jealous maybe?

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    My Wife told me to Pee on her Flowers so the Deer wouldnt eat them. So I did before my morning ride, with my back to the neighbors to be polite, I didnt have to go in the woods then, that would be wierd.

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    a local trail system in south florida has issues with hikers on the bike trails where we cant go on hiking trails.
    one ride i took a fairly new bypass of a sandy section close to a hiking trail.
    i was rippin pretty good and felt my leg get wet. thinking it was fresh morning dew coverd palm fraum i reached down to wipe off the wetness and pulled back a glove covered in a
    freekin hikers morning coffee and donut squirts. morning doo it was.
    ####ing gross.
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    Jackwagon wanna-be

    Went for a ride today with a jackwagon wanna-be. He waited til I was down the trail before he wizzed.

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    I've met a few "toilet police" and WTF? I mean its biodegradable and nature. if nature calls.....nature calls! get over it!

    when did our beloved sport become so full of metro sexual whingers? MAN UP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark
    ... It was epic.
    watch it buddy
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    If there's a lot of traffic on the trail where you ride/pee, then perhaps you're riding on the wrong trail, my friends.

    Solitude is bliss. Solitude with a good p1ss is even more bliss.

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    Long live p1ss bliss. I mean that, I'm getting old.

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    JD, was this the guy?

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    ^^^ Oops, my bad

    Sorry, I misread the thread title. I thought you were talking about a japwagon driver.

    Carry on.

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    This is a truely brilliant post...

    Long live trailside pissing!

    Edit: ^^^ I want a car with those accessories...
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    I will be peeing in the forest tomorrow.

    VIVE LE URINATION!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDaniels
    Dropping in on some smooth out and back single track this morning, I was tooling along when my wife texts me about results of my daughter's dr appt. (Flu has made its presence known this week in my household)

    I pull off to the side to respond when a rider comes up behind me. He pulls off as well and we exchange pleasantries.

    He then rides about 15 feet from me, gets off his ride, then proceeds to water the grass if you will.

    I couldnt believe the chutzpah on this jackwagon!

    I let him pedal off then I went the other way. Beautiful day marred by a thoughtless dude who couldnt ride another 1/4 mile back to the trail head and a restroom.
    What the heck do you do in a public restroom where there are like,half dozen or so urinals lined up...hold it in,hoping to get a "clean shot" of no one else in there? I feel dumber for reading that (his post,the rest made me laugh...that all incompassing "I know,right?" laugh )
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    As long as the guy didn't turn around and show you his penus, I don't think there was anything to get too upset about. Myself, I'm what's known as pee shy, so I'll go off into the woods a little ways if others are around. This can help prevent being interrupted mid-tinkle, which I find to be awkward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobretti
    As long as the guy didn't turn around and show you his penus, I don't think there was anything to get too upset about. Myself, I'm what's known as pee shy, so I'll go off into the woods a little ways if others are around. This can help prevent being interrupted mid-tinkle, which I find to be awkward.
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    Awesome thread. One of my criteria for picking a place to live is that I can pee in the backyard in the day.

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    I'll never be a jackwagon. I get stage fright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thorkild
    One of my criteria for picking a place to live is that I can pee in the backyard in the day.
    haha
    awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thorkild
    One of my criteria for picking a place to live is that I can pee in the backyard in the day.

    Me too.

    Here's my back yard.


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    Hey theirs always your Camelbak

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    Not a very good flounce

    Quote Originally Posted by JDaniels
    Sometimes, I wonder why I ever started posting here.

    ******s on the trail and apparently here too.

    Dont worry, I wont let the door hit me on the way out.

    A proper flounce needs to be more dramatic.


    Something more in the lines of, Moderates please ban my tortured superior intellectual soul I can no longer in good conscious converse with these coarse hillbillies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by debtfree1
    A proper flounce needs to be more dramatic.


    Something more in the lines of, Moderates please ban my tortured superior intellectual soul I can no longer in good conscious converse with these coarse hillbillies.
    Please don't interrupt. Cobretti is already stage shy and after checking that avatar I am becoming faintly more intrigued by the minute......

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCSKIBUM
    Me too.

    Here's my back yard.

    Have you even started to think about the damage you and your pooch are doing there. Next thing you'll be riding your bike there and then, well then there goes the environment, you, you nature killer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XCSKIBUM
    Me too.

    Here's my back yard.

    What river is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel1916
    What river is that?

    That's the St Regis River about 13 miles (by road) from it's confluence W/the St Lawrence River & the Canadian border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridnparadise
    Have you even started to think about the damage you and your pooch are doing there. Next thing you'll be riding your bike there and then, well then there goes the environment, you, you nature killer.

    We're nature killers alright. Max is a very able accomplice too!










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    Quote Originally Posted by XCSKIBUM
    That's the St Regis River about 13 miles (by road) from it's confluence W/the St Lawrence River & the Canadian border.
    Please tell me you kayak!

    That is a beautiful back yard. Looks like the hunting is pretty good up there in the north country too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel1916
    Please tell me you kayak!
    Yes I kayak, but mine is the large (folding) expedition type. That river is not very navigable except when it is high in the spring. It never varies more than about 3' in that spot & in the summer, it is only about 6" deep there.









    I also have a "sloop" rig for it & it is a pretty capable sailboat albeit not that fast.










    Quote Originally Posted by rebel1916
    That is a beautiful back yard. Looks like the hunting is pretty good up there in the north country too.
    For about 5 years I tried to run a small scale licensed commercial shooting preserve on my place. I raised between 100 & 150 pheasants a year. I could not generate enough volume to make it viable.

    The deer hunting on my 106 acres is pretty good though.


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    I live about 45 miles from the heart of the Northern Adirondacks. I ran across a large Black Bear while riding in that area last summer. I was finding so much bear poop on the trails, (yes a bear does $HIT in the woods) I took up bear hunting W/my mountain bike as an access vehicle. I never saw a bear while hunting, but I found some promising signs & will be giving it another try this September.

    BTW, I was about 285# in those pix. I'm considerably less these days after putting 4000 miles on the bikes since last March.

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    Nice man, The DEC released the bear hunt numbers and the harvest was down considerably from previous years. That kind of surprised me, cause (at least down here) opening weekend was real warm, I would've thought they would be moving around big time.
    I hear there are some badass whitewater sections of the St. Regis up there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel1916
    I hear there are some badass whitewater sections of the St. Regis up there...

    Yes, just below the town of St Regis Falls there are several miles of Class 4. I flyfish that area in the pocket water.

    What part of the "Empire State" are you from?

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    Well I'm "from" Jersey, I live in Orange county, I was hunting in Roscoe, and I do most of my whitewater in West by God Virginia. I sure like it up by you, but it stays a mite cold for a little to much of the year...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel1916
    Well I'm "from" Jersey, I live in Orange county, I was hunting in Roscoe, and I do most of my whitewater in West by God Virginia. I sure like it up by you, but it stays a mite cold for a little to much of the year...
    It stays sloppy in the woods a long time too. Not muddy sloppy, but spongey, soggy peat bog sloppy.

    Right now, I'm running the roads on my Specialized "Crosstrail Sport" hybrid.

    I tried to take shortcut on a railroad bed trail yesterday & even that was a bit soft from the frost heaving the gravel & thawing. Those will be in shape in a few weeks & by mid May, the backwoods trails will be getting ridable.

    Unfortunately, we lost the snow early too so the XC skiing went to he11 too soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XCSKIBUM
    It stays sloppy in the woods a long time too. Not muddy sloppy, but spongey, soggy peat bog sloppy.

    Right now, I'm running the raods on my Specialized "Crosstrail Sport" hybrid.

    I tried to take shortcut on a railroad bed trail yesterday & even that was a bit soft from the frost heaving the gravel & thawing. Those will be in shape in a few weeks & by mid May, the backwoods trails will be getting ridable.

    Unfortunately, we lost the snow early too so the XC skiing went to he11 too soon.
    I just drove by Moira today. I didn't there are bike trails in the area. Where do you ride?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel1916
    What river is that?
    It's the YELLOW river. Somehow this thread derailed into a hunting thread. We need to start talking about pee again people!

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    Quote Originally Posted by D.I.S.C.O
    I just drove by Moira today. I didn't there are bike trails in the area. Where do you ride?
    I live about 10 miles from Moira.

    There's an abondoned RR grade that runs almost continuously from Moira to Norwood. There are only 2 short sections where you have to detour. Just east of North Lawrence & again near Brasher Falls where the trestle over the St Regis River was removed. It's flat (as are all RR grades) but there are some water crossings & some washed out sections to add some interesting challenges.

    It's probably about 3 hours riding the RR grade from Moira to Norwood. I'ts a pretty cool ride, I see a lot of wildlife as the RR grade trail runs through some pretty remote areas. LOTS of swamps & flows. Deer, wild turkeys, waterfowl, grouse, beavers, etc.

    Also there are many trails in the Brasher State Forest as well as another RR grade that runs from Moira to Helena. The local snowmobile clubs & ATV riders keep the trails open. I XC ski a lot of the trails in the winter although I usually stay off the RR grades as they are too boring on skis.

    Quote Originally Posted by NorKal
    It's the YELLOW river. Somehow this thread derailed into a hunting thread. We need to start talking about pee again people!

    You can pee anywhere you want on the RR grades & trails up here on the tundra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XCSKIBUM
    Me too.

    Here's my back yard.

    That river looks a bit "steamy", almost as if it's.... full... of... HOT.... PISS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorKal
    It's the YELLOW river. Somehow this thread derailed into a hunting thread. We need to start talking about pee again people!

    I quite agree

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer
    That river looks a bit "steamy", almost as if it's.... full... of... HOT.... PISS!

    Yeah, I just drained my lizard into it. Man I really had to go after all those beers!

    It was barely a trickle before I took a wizz.

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    The steam begins to rise
    It slowly effervesces
    Leaves are crinkling
    Under sweet caresses

    I cherish this moment of natural bliss
    Nothing is missing
    When I'm pissin' outside
    Pissin' outside
    You don't know what you're missin'
    Till you start pissin' outside

    Pissin' outside
    Pissin' outside
    You don't know what you're missin'
    Till you start pissin' outside

    You know a rock, a bush, a shrubbery, a tree
    You can go anywhere you please
    There are so many things that you can christen
    So make it like your mission and just start

    Pissin' outside
    Pissin' outside
    You don't know what you're missin'
    Till you start pissin' outside

    You know my favorite place is in the virgin snow
    You find a fresh canvas and let it flow
    Sign your name and watch it glisten
    Unless you're in Alaska
    Then your task is to go faster
    Cause it freezes and you have to walk backwards while you're

    Pissin' outside
    Pissin' outside
    You don't know what you're missin'
    Till you start pissin' outside

    Pissin' outside
    Pissin' outside
    You don't know what you're missin'
    Till you start pissin' outside

    Because the grass is always greener
    When you water with your wiener outside

    -Pissin' Outside, By Billy Jonas

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    <iframe title="YouTube video player" width="853" height="510" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/CD2LRROpph0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
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    Excuse my language, but what the friday does that have to do with anything??
    Sometimes, I question the value of my content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245
    Excuse my language, but what the friday does that have to do with anything??
    Sunday comes after Saturday...duh??
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    This thread is descending beyond the terminal velocity of piss off a big rock. Gentlemen and ladies, set some limits. Say to Friday

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    It gives me great joy that this thread is still going strong.

    Here's a pic from last year: How's this for a place to drop a deuce while riding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aaabronco
    Hey theirs always your Camelbak
    that's hysterical! LOL!!
    Some of my happiest memories in life took place on my bicycles. - Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll
    Sunday comes after Saturday...duck??
    No it doesn't, it's six days before. Anyone can tell you that. You, sir, must be one of those darned crazy unicyclists I keep hearing about.
    Sometimes, I question the value of my content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony.delorenzo
    It gives me great joy that this thread is still going strong.

    Here's a pic from last year: How's this for a place to drop a deuce while riding?
    Dude forgot his glasses. He ain't dropping a deuce, he's pondering his crazy, glasses-less existence.
    Sometimes, I question the value of my content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245
    Dude forgot his glasses. He ain't dropping a deuce, he's pondering his crazy, glasses-less existence.

    this is just too funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erik1245
    Dude forgot his glasses. He ain't dropping a deuce, he's pondering his crazy, glasses-less existence.
    and just realized he shat his pants. A big view can do that to ya...
    I ride with the best people.




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    Whenever I see another biker on the side of a trail I always pee on a nearby bush to mark my territory. Then I look at him and say "Are you a freakin' tree-hugger? IS THIS YOUR SPECIAL BUSH?!?....nice pubes...."

    learned it from a movie.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7a32nAPxBs

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony.delorenzo
    How's this for a place to drop a deuce while riding?
    scenic.
    how durable a bike or component is usually has a lot to do with how heavy and ugly it is.

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    deucin on a mtn top.
    freekin awesome.
    "my cat's breath smells like catfood."
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozz
    Whenever I see another biker on the side of a trail I always pee on a nearby bush to mark my territory. Then I look at him and say "Are you a freakin' tree-hugger? IS THIS YOUR SPECIAL BUSH?!?....nice pubes...."

    learned it from a movie.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=L7a32nAPxBs
    I think we know why the OP was so ticked off......this is exactly what happened!

    haha...OPee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark
    haha...OPee.
    screw the bushes i just went in my pants!
    haha
    "my cat's breath smells like catfood."
    -ralph wiggum

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    I just had to mark my territory on this thread too.

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    OP didn't seem like he was freaked out, or any of the other things he was accused of. What's sad is all the people who feel the need to flame the guy instead of simply disagreeing with him. So he didn't like the fact someone dropped drawer 15 feet from him...big deal. It wouldn't have bothered me but we're not all the same. To each their own, and if JD didn't like it, that's OK too.

    ps. That sloop rig for the kayak is seriously cool. I like! Versatile setup there.

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    I pull off ...when a rider comes up behind me. He pulls off as well and we exchange pleasantries.
    "exchanged pleasantries" = c0de...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qatarbhoy
    "exchanged pleasantries" = c0de...
    Lemme guess. 69er.

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    I came to a 3-way stop sign one day (as in broad daylight) and a guy was right next to the sign taking a leak facing toward the intersection like owned the place. I though hmmm, that's bawlz; calling him a jackwagon never crossed my mind.

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    I have shat in the desert. Very few trees to hide behind round here so your timing has to be just right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qatarbhoy
    I have shat in the desert. Very few trees to hide behind round here so your timing has to be just right.
    Isn't that how aliens get ya?

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    Isn't that how aliens get ya?
    You'll have to draw me a diagram to show me how that works.

    I was keen to take a slash in the desert today after all this discussion, but with temps over 90F I needed the hydration after all.

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    Code?

    Quote Originally Posted by Qatarbhoy
    "exchanged pleasantries" = c0de...
    Thought that exchanging pleasantries was code for a "Man Hug"


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    I was in my local Safeway supermarket about two months ago, when this homeless derelict was walking up an aisle with his "dingle dangle" hanging out of his fly, whilst he was pissing.

    I screamed at the freak to stop, and then promptly alerted the customer service desk for a clean up on aisle two.

    True story.

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    Supermarket! Stay away from the bulk section.
    Once I saw this mentally handicapped guy picking stuff out of the bins and eating it...you know grazing, a week later I saw the same guy peeing against a wall in the same area. It made me wonder if he knows enough to wash up after.

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    One time when I was stationed in washington dc, me and 2 other marines had just finished a long night of drinking and on the ride home in a taxi I had the brilliant idea of just whipping it out a pissing on the floor in the back seat. Needless to say I got caught and the 3 of us got kicked out of the taxi. Fun times.
    Ahhhh...Ahhhh....it's the hammy, it's the hammy!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirt farmer
    I was in my local Safeway supermarket about two months ago, when this homeless derelict was walking up an aisle with his "dingle dangle" hanging out of his fly, whilst he was pissing.

    I screamed at the freak to stop, and then promptly alerted the customer service desk for a clean up on aisle two.

    True story.

    That guy rules!! I would have given him a high five, $20 and a case of Night Train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy03
    One time when I was stationed in washington dc, me and 2 other marines had just finished a long night of drinking and on the ride home in a taxi I had the brilliant idea of just whipping it out a pissing on the floor in the back seat. Needless to say I got caught and the 3 of us got kicked out of the taxi. Fun times.
    Haha, I used to ride the bus with a kid who would regularly pee on it. It was hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel1916
    Haha, I used to ride the bus with a kid who would regularly pee on it. It was hilarious.


    Yes, urinating in public is always a blast . Hope you kept your distance from the little guy.
    Ahhhh...Ahhhh....it's the hammy, it's the hammy!!

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    Oh yeah, stay upstream.

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    Peeing in the bushes and peeing in public are very different. If someone pees infront of someone else they are weird and should be forced into some psychiatric help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxforce
    Peeing in the bushes and peeing in public are very different. If someone pees infront of someone else they are weird and should be forced into some psychiatric help.
    Well, you sound like the force to make it happen sunshine

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    8==0>~~~~~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepo5669
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    300th post! This is the thread that just keeps on giving.

    Long live the Jackwagon!

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