/ help! I clicked in the bouldering area in error.
Get a few mates to spot you whilst you try and click on one of the other buttons!
Take your shirt off and try to blend in, you do have a stupid hat don't you?
Yeh its too late now your in , no going back , shirt off big silly hat on , half kilo of chalk in builders buckets by your side , slight grimace then get grunting dooooooooooooode !
you may need atleast 2 hours of wub wub dubstep wibbleing away as well . . .
Get all your mates to stand around calling you 'gay' while you fall off the same holds two hundred times, smothering them in chalk and then brushing it off between each attempt. Then, having failed to climb anything, but done a fair amount of damage to the rock, go home complaining that it's too warm (not that you're trying a problem that's far too hard for you) despite the fact that it's the middle of winter. Then, before you try the problem again, go on campus board until you've got tedonitis, despite the fact that you failed miserably on your project because your footwork was crap.
You've got the postage dude now send it!
And how often do you hear boulderers slagging off trad climbers?Get a life you sad little shit.....
Dude, have you been spying on me?
If you want the thread to shift to the winter climbing section however, you just get bitter and twisted while sitting in your armchair and I think UKC automatically shifts the thread.
> And how often do you hear boulderers slagging off trad climbers?Get a life you sad little shit.....
Haha. Serious bite alert. Go and hug your mummy.
Chortle. "My preferred version of an essentially meaningless pastime is better then your version". Moronic.
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