/ wierd anon climbing blog
3/10. I admire your commitment.
Good effort mate, I think it's pretty funny. Must be pissing down with rain where you are!
"I really dig routes with names from Rock Music. I canít think of any off hand, but I reckon I climb at least three grades harder if it has got a seriously cool digging name. Just to prove my point, one time I got onto the bottom of Action Direct in the Frankenjoora, thatís a climb with a seriously rubbish name, and it felt impossible!"
Best blog ive ever seen by far. Well done. keep up the good work.
And he still hasn't climbed IF!
Made me chuckle.
> It's DJViper
Or "Anthony Yates"?
I like that one!
Good spot. At first I thought it a bit blunt then it all started to make sense then the repressed memories flooded back.
Looks realistic to me. I don't understand how you could think it isn't?? Unless I'm missing something.
nice, a bit grimer-esque
Which article? Your link is to a contents page
You are going to run out of material if you keep posting at this rate. Spread it out a bit.
You have got my vote for the genou. I am going to make it famous!
Nice work - it got a grin out of me :)
His seriousness is matched by his anonymity!
If he wasn't then my grin would become a guffaw :)
This lot from NZ seem to have taken the crankmeister at his word when he spoke about trad v sport!
The CM seems to have written a post in your honour, hardonicus.
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