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    Sock Passion

    I am sooo happy. Look what I just found:


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    Lets not talk about "sock passion" tsk tsk~

    Sticky socks under the bed...

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    No Way

    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    Lets not talk about "sock passion" tsk tsk~

    Sticky socks under the bed...
    That is just wrong..... Soooo Wrong. Wrong enough to drag a pure lurker out of the shadows and into the light where he is currently laughing hard enough to cramp his solar plexus.

    That is quite possibly the funniest and sickest post I have ever read here on good old MTBR.

    Keep 'em coming..... so to speak.

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    I am also a proud owner of a pair of Bad kitty socks, and a Ms. Purrfect jersey. A little evil, and so much fun!
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    Where did you find them?

    My wife just might like those, and Mothers Day is coming soon!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello Kitty
    I am sooo happy. Look what I just found:


    wow...too fuunnyy
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    New question here. Three Stooges socks????

    Several years ago, my wife gave me three pair of Three Stooges socks. They are probably the most comfy socks that I have ever worn, but they are long gone now. I have tried Googling for them and turned up empty. Does anyone remember who made them?

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    Hilarious, Rich. Almost spewed coffee.


    Quote Originally Posted by Erik
    Keep 'em coming..... so to speak.

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    That's funny, too, Erik.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frozenspokes
    My wife just might like those, and Mothers Day is coming soon!
    Yes, and don't you forget it. If you do, you'll pay for it for six months, minimum. And then ever Mother's Day for life after that. Actually, a friend of mine had them on. I offered to mud wrestle for them but she declined. She said somebody found them in Moab for her. I Googled around and found them on www.teamestrogen.com, so you're in luck Frozenspokes.

    While I was shopping I aslo found these. I may have to buy them for Patchito. Hey Patch, what's this guy need?


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    you oughta talk to Father Fithian O'Blivion about his sock. and his smock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzostrike
    you oughta talk to Father Fithian O'Blivion about his sock. and his smock.
    *whoosh* ... and yet another gonzo post flies straight over my head.

    Gonz, below might be the coolest socks on the planet (well, they're not Che Guevara sox, but then again, what is?). Patch found them at Moab Cyclery (or whateverhell bike shop that's next to Sh*tty Market on Main). I bought both. If you like 'em, you can buy them on line here.

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    I couldn't resist



    Now if I could just find shorts with "Dewars Scotch" on them, my dream team kit would be complete.

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    Nice Socks Kitty...
    I hae a bit of a bike sock fetish too.
    I probably have a good 18 pairs!
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    lol cool socks. I don't have that many socks, I only have three pairs without holes in them. Two specialzed pairs, and one pair I got at a race.

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    I like those Tequila shirts but can't afford them.

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    tire passion

    matching tires?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    matching tires?
    Dude, if they make those in 2.3 USTs, I'm so there.

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    I understand your sock passion......



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    Quote Originally Posted by Impy
    I understand your sock passion......
    And for rathergood kittens too! You, Impy, have superb taste. Hey look, I found a pair for J.D. ...


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    My absolute favourite pair.


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    Apostrophe.

    Quote Originally Posted by gonzostrike
    you oughta talk to Father Fithian O'Blivion about his sock. and his smock.

    She was totally chenille
    And her old man was a Marine

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    Quote Originally Posted by WTB-rider
    She was totally chenille
    And her old man was a Marine
    Oh, lyrics. Sheesh, I should have known. But half the time gonzo's educatritic blithering makes less sense than a Doors song anyways, so who can tell?

    "An' he topped it off with a . . .
    WOO WOO WOO
    WOO WOO WOO
    WOO WOO WOO"


    Thanks for the enlightenment, WTB. OK, Crackers, on a related note, click on this link to learn the story behind the "WOOO-WOOO." Then click on this link, make sure to click on the Toggle the Music button, and create your own Bubb Rubb Mix.

    Yeah, what the hell else you got goin' on tonight? You're reading a thread on SOCKS. Go on, feel the WOO-WOO in you-you!! Know what I'm sayin'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello Kitty
    While I was shopping I aslo found these. I may have to buy them for Patchito. Hey Patch, what's this guy need?

    OK, seeing as though Patch is being too anti-social or too productive with his time today to respond, I'll have to fill in for him. I wish I could remember the lead-in, but I had swilled too many Budweisers or margaritias when all this went down, and everything's customarily fuzzy. All I remember is somebody talking about Sesame Street, and how odd it was that they wrote in a homeless Muppet, and Patch coming out with, "He doesn't need a hand out, he needs a hand up!" and everybody laughing so hard they spit their drinks out.

    I guess you had to be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TR
    My absolute favourite pair.

    I gave those to a buddy for xmas, and he got all huffy at first, thinking I thought his biked sucked.
    he got it after a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formica
    I gave those to a buddy for xmas, and he got all huffy at first, thinking I thought his biked sucked.
    he got it after a while.
    Wild guess here ... was he a friend of trailwoman's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello Kitty
    Wild guess here ... was he a friend of trailwoman's?
    He was OK once his gf, my riding pal, explained it to him.

    I'd kill for some "bike *lut" socks, I dont' think they've been made yet.

    formica

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by formica
    He was OK once his gf, my riding pal, explained it to him.

    I'd kill for some "bike *lut" socks, I dont' think they've been made yet.

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    I'd wear a pair of them proudly. You ought to send an email to Save Our Souls, that is an awesome idea. As it stands, we'll have to settle for these ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by formica
    I gave those to a buddy for xmas, and he got all huffy at first, thinking I thought his biked sucked.
    he got it after a while.
    is right.
    That is hilarious!!

    All of my mates love my "your bike sucks" socks.
    I have about 4 pairs of socks but I love these socks best of all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello Kitty
    Yes, and don't you forget it. If you do, you'll pay for it for six months, minimum. And then ever Mother's Day for life after that. Actually, a friend of mine had them on. I offered to mud wrestle for them but she declined. She said somebody found them in Moab for her. I Googled around and found them on www.teamestrogen.com, so you're in luck Frozenspokes.

    While I was shopping I aslo found these. I may have to buy them for Patchito. Hey Patch, what's this guy need?

    Is it me, or do others find many of the Sesame Street characters, such as this one, offensive and inappropriate for children? Popular culture and society are already inundated with negative stereotypes and destructive messages. Is it necessary to program our children to binge eat unhealthy food by having Cookie Monster show them by example every day? I believe Oscar the Grouch fosters a very callous attitude to this nation's epidemic homeless problem. If parents are going to let TV shows do their parenting for them, which is appalling enough, need the moral instruction be destructive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patchito
    Is it me, or do others find many of the Sesame Street characters, such as this one, offensive and inappropriate for children? Popular culture and society are already inundated with negative stereotypes and destructive messages. Is it necessary to program our children to binge eat unhealthy food by having Cookie Monster show them by example every day? I believe Oscar the Grouch fosters a very callous attitude to this nation's epidemic homeless problem. If parents are going to let TV shows do their parenting for them, which is appalling enough, need the moral instruction be destructive?
    do you know where the off switch is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patchito
    Is it me, or do others find many of the Sesame Street characters, such as this one, offensive and inappropriate for children? Popular culture and society are already inundated with negative stereotypes and destructive messages. Is it necessary to program our children to binge eat unhealthy food by having Cookie Monster show them by example every day? I believe Oscar the Grouch fosters a very callous attitude to this nation's epidemic homeless problem. If parents are going to let TV shows do their parenting for them, which is appalling enough, need the moral instruction be destructive?
    Dude, I thought cookies were now a "sometimes" food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello Kitty
    I am sooo happy. Look what I just found:

    If only you'd provided a photo with your foot actually in the sock...

    And YOU, W'04, are going to wear socks with the Red Star of the Soviet Union on them? Tsk, tsk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello Kitty
    OK, seeing as though Patch is being too anti-social or too productive with his time today to respond, I'll have to fill in for him. I wish I could remember the lead-in, but I had swilled too many Budweisers or margaritias when all this went down, and everything's customarily fuzzy. All I remember is somebody talking about Sesame Street, and how odd it was that they wrote in a homeless Muppet, and Patch coming out with, "He doesn't need a hand out, he needs a hand up!" and everybody laughing so hard they spit their drinks out.

    I guess you had to be there.
    I guess you'd have to be there in a soup kitchen to see the dispair among the poor and unfortunate. Perhaps then you'd understand. And perhaps then you'd be less apt to make light of their situation with such crass humor.

    I could totally go for one of your margaritas right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formica
    do you know where the off switch is?
    Yes, thank you, I do know where the off switch is, and I exercise that option quite often with respect to my own children. Unfortunately many others aren't educated or have been duped by our prevailing culture to accept those corrosive influences as a way of life. Believe me, I've been a very fastidious parent when it comes to how I want my children raised since literally the day of their birth. Both my sons were born at home and I even performed their circumcisions myself. So I believe my parenting credentials are sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patchito
    Both my sons were born at home and I even performed their circumcisions myself. So I believe my parenting credentials are sound.
    ROFLMAO ... !!!

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    Now if I could just find shorts with "Dewars Scotch" on them, my dream team kit would be complete.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KITB
    If only you'd provided a photo with your foot actually in the sock...

    And YOU, W'04, are going to wear socks with the Red Star of the Soviet Union on them? Tsk, tsk.
    One day you'll have to tell me just how you know about that, you freak of nature. I tell you what, they're yours ... just as soon as you can beat me on a climb, or a descent. Hell, they're yours when you can meet me at the end of either, within a 10-minute window. Funny, something tells me I'll be buried in those damn things ...

    As far as sock modeling, you're just have to court somebody else. Have fun ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Impy
    I understand your sock passion......



    yeah - I just bought those same socks @ Moab. I "promised" myself no more bike stuff for a while after dropping big $ on my new bike. BUT since these had *my picture* on them - I HAD to get them...

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    Ok, I'll play fair...

    Those socks under the bed...

    Yep, Thanks to NuMexJoe, I got some sock snuck across the border from my homieland.


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    You'd better watch out, hoss. You're not the only one who can fit a ride in everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KITB
    You'd better watch out, hoss. You're not the only one who can fit a ride in everyday.
    Perhaps. But between the two of us? I am the only one who can ride worth a sh*t. Good luck getting those socks, hoss.

    And get back to the Politcal forum. You get all disoriented when you're outside of it even for a short while.

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    Anyone know where I can find these hula socks that Fred-da-trog posted????
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    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    Those socks under the bed...

    Yep, Thanks to NuMexJoe, I got some sock snuck across the border from my homieland.

    Nice typo on the socks. Did you get a discount on them?

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    I bought these "Alfred E. Neuman" Sockguy socks * at a bike swap earlier this year for $2.50. Freakin' sweet!

    *Warning: contains a curse word and may make you feel sad if curse words bother you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy aka Rut
    Anyone know where I can find these hula socks that Fred-da-trog posted????
    Found them here:

    San Francisco Sock Market
    39 Pier # G3 - San Francisco, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    I bought these "Alfred E. Neuman" Sockguy socks * at a bike swap earlier this year for $2.50. Freakin' sweet!

    *Warning: contains a curse word and may make you feel sad if curse words bother you.
    Wow, that must be a hardcore site - I was denied access at work AND at home!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hello Kitty
    Perhaps. But between the two of us? I am the only one who can ride worth a sh*t. Good luck getting those socks, hoss.

    And get back to the Politcal forum. You get all disoriented when you're outside of it even for a short while.
    Yeah, yeah. I was probably riding bikes when you were still playing with dolls. Like I told sandan re: tele skiing: you should watch someone in action before you talk smack. That way, you don't look like a tard when you get on the hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KITB
    Yeah, yeah. I was probably riding bikes when you were still playing with dolls. Like I told sandan re: tele skiing: you should watch someone in action before you talk smack. That way, you don't look like a tard when you get on the hill.
    KITB, why don't you shut the f*ck up, and just name the God damn hill?

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    Hello Kitty car

    Might be a little hard to shuttle your rig to your favorite spot.

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