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UKC News - on 22 Jan 2010
[Trek to BC Everest, 1 kb]Back in 2009 Nepal's supreme court approved same-sex marriage and the Nepali government is set to publish a new constitution confirming the change in law.

An innovative organisation 'Pink Mountain' is set to capitalise on the potential tourism implications of the new constitution.
The...

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=51400
El3ctroFuzz - on 22 Jan 2010
In reply to UKC News: OMFG!

i dont agree with it. But cba to get into a super topical discussion like everything else on the internet/Ukc gets into!

Even so.. i LOLLLLLLLL'ed so hard when i saw this!
thin bob on 22 Jan 2010
In reply to UKC News: cool! The world's growing up...gotta
But it's a bit sad that 'everest' is being further commercialised...but that's not gonna stop, is it?!?!
And rainbow flags will fit in nicely.
Ackbar - on 22 Jan 2010
In reply to UKC News: I doubt that everest base camp would make a good place for a wedding. Alcohol and high altitude probably don't mix too well, and what about the problem of the grandparents keeling over on the walk in?
trouserburp - on 22 Jan 2010
In reply to Ackbar:

I reckon everest base camp would make a good place for a wedding. Alcohol and high altitude probably mix well and you'd keep numbers down as the grandparents would just keel over on the walk in
Tim Chappell - on 22 Jan 2010
Am I allowed to do my climbers' chatup lines routine here?

You know the sort of thing...


Don't tug like that, you'll pull me off

Look at HIS nuts

Are you going to be up there much longer-- you're taking absolutely ages?

I think we should go down now

Did I give you my crabs?

I suppose a screw is out of the question?

etc etc etc...


Oh wait, I've just done it :-)

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