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» Eddie Hall - LIVE! (Go to post)07-04-2016 @ 21:50 
Post Edited: 07.04.2016 @ 22:38 PM by McMuffin_Gains
FAT_SAM said:
Do you consider yourself stronger than a weak casual?


By the comedy term 'weak casual' I was referring to casual fans of the sport, the ones which don't lift or train themselves. Whilst I think it's great the sport is getting more fans and exposure amongst the non lifting community a few of them make me facepalm.

A good example I spotted recently was an Ed Hall fan commenting on a video of Benni doing a 320x2 speed set - saying it was s**t and unimpressive because Eddie is throwing around 400kg for reps. All the while he's probably sat dow the pub.


EDIT: f**k this s**t
» Eddie Hall - LIVE! (Go to post)07-04-2016 @ 20:53 
The comment section is an unfortunate place.

A mixture of both weak casuals and actual lifters posting f**king retarded comments
» random disclosure thread (Go to post)07-04-2016 @ 00:54 
billynomates said:I am confused by references to joey, Harry and rods.


Joey is something very enjoyable.

Rods are everywhere

Harry is Joey Revans trying to put the pussy on the chainwax.
» UFO's (Go to post)04-04-2016 @ 01:56 
Relevant

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/05/09/article-0-19B245E400...
» Thors 'Heavy bubbles' (Go to post)03-04-2016 @ 13:12 
Post Edited: 03.04.2016 @ 13:16 PM by McMuffin_Gains
I'm afraid it's a viral marketing campaign for Sodastream

WATCH UNTIL THE END

» ksohhjjkk (Go to post)02-04-2016 @ 22:09 
Wayne_Cowdrey said:The other night I dreamt that I met Wiegieboard. I couldn't understand a word he was saying, but he was a very pleasant gentleman.


Loal I don't think wiege would be hard to understand at all, it's f**king scousers I struggle with.

Fwiw I would very much like to meet him IRL, same goes for a few on here.
» ksohhjjkk (Go to post)02-04-2016 @ 20:36 
Please let it be real,

You could even have a signature challenge meal, a super spicy scooby doo style tower burger called the 'Hot Rod'

It would cost 20 and no one would ever complete it as 90% of the meal would be in the fourth dimension and therefore unattainable.
» Verboten! (Go to post)02-04-2016 @ 20:26 
matthewvc said:
3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine?
17 beta-hydroxyestra-4,9,11-trien-3-one?
They're OK lol


That would be some messed up combination, you'd have a love/hate relationship with everything!
» Dingbats (Go to post)31-03-2016 @ 08:09 
Fatpete said:little large
little large
little large
little large
little large
little little


How I would generally describe myself, but hey ho

look bright
look bright
look bright
look bright
look look
» Dingbats (Go to post)30-03-2016 @ 21:12 
Martin1956 said:Is 5 years, 8 months and 2 days between posts a Sugden record?


No it is now 9 years, 6 months and 12 days
» squat sunday 1pm => thumbs up! (Go to post)30-03-2016 @ 21:12 
Bump Grin
» Dingbats (Go to post)30-03-2016 @ 20:39 
Wayne_Cowdrey said:Bad foot? Grin


Took me a while but I concur

I like this game
» Wiegieboard doesn't even lift. (Go to post)30-03-2016 @ 20:14 
Mighty fine sqwa-tane Happy

You have a very similar technique to me so don't be surprised if Joey Sixpence chirps up and tells you that you squat like fatpete (nuddin wrong wid dat)
» Dingbats (Go to post)30-03-2016 @ 20:09 
Wayne_Cowdrey said:LEFT
LASAGNE


Leftover Lasagne Grin
» Private medical care (Go to post)30-03-2016 @ 10:38 
Anyone experience with private care?

It's something I've considered. My local GP isn't all that good, appointments are hard to get, impossible to get referrals, doesn't really understand the whole weightlifting thing etc.

The thought of a comprehensive 2 hour head to toe assessment with blood/urine tests and a super fast turnaround appeals to me and you would obviously never get anything like that on the NHS.

I'm curious as to how much these things cost more so as a one off as opposed to paying into some sort of plan.

Also if you go private do you then have to pay for any medication or is that still available on NHS?

Does all the information from private medical stuff go onto your medical record? I have things I may wish to discuss in confidence that I don't want permanently recorded (non insulina related things).

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