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KiwiBird

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#3
I got them all right on my 5 th attempt, do I get a prize?
 

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#5
35 points out of 35 on the first try. Do I still have to arm wrestle for the prize?
 

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#6
Ooh, TwinSpar - that diesel pig is really putting you in touch with your feminine side - no problem with the dress blowing over your eyes on the jumps?
 

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No problems with the dress but I am having some problems with chaffing from the bra! :confused:

bbbom,
Want to mud wrestle for the prize? :p

How's that Kiwi? Am I more in touch with my masculine side with that last question. ;)
 

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#8
LOL! Don't the contestants usually wear bikinis? Is that your motivation?
 

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#9
It looks to me like question one is wrong. As in their answer is incorrect.

Manly muscles are way stronger than puny little girly muscles!:p

I'll armwrestle ya, bbbom!:p
 

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#10
Originally posted by Kiwi Bird
Don't the contestants usually wear bikinis?
Not at the places I've been to... they wore nothing! :eek:
 
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I missed 1, scored 30.

"As late as the 1960s, women weren't allowed to compete in Olympic races longer than 800 meters, on the theory that females were physiologically unsuited for endurance activities."

I wish I had been around to tell those idiots to shove it!!!! :p The women's team going to the ISDE should be able to lay that theory to rest as well! ;)

I watched a program about the history of women in sports recently. I couldn't believe that women were not permitted to enter the Boston Marathon until 1966!! One woman was denied, she later hid in the bushes and jumped in "unofficially" just so she could participate.
Another woman managed to register and get a number by signing up with only her first initial and last name. I was mortified when she was "discovered" in the race and they showed the officials, trying to physically tackle her and drag her out of the race!!! Fortunately her very large, football player boyfriend was running with her and pre-empted them. He told her to "run like hell!" While he held them off. It would have been several swift kicks to the groin for them from me!!! I was so furious I could barely finish watching the program!

I found information about the incident here: http://www.undelete.org/WHM/WHM07.html

Hopefully the day will come when no little girl or woman will be told "you can't do this". :(
 

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#12
Originally posted by gospeedracer
Hopefully the day will come when no little girl or woman will be told "you can't do this"
The only time I'll probably say that to my daughter is when she brings a boy home!:eek:

Luckily, boys'll probably be icky for at least another eight or nine years . . . hopefully!:scream:

This may sound way too pc for your friendly neighborhood XRpredator, but I say let them girls and wimmin do whatever they want! If they can compete, let 'em have at 'er. (okay, let the XRshnookums and XRsweetie posts begin :silly: )
 
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:o guess I should have been more specific about what little girls "can't" do! ;)

What? Boys cease to become icky?! When? I was not aware of this! :p

I wish more men had that sort of view point on the issue XRpunkincake. ;)
 

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#15
Shoot, missed 2. The last one isn't fair since they even admit it's so close.