/ What do you bring for climbing?
Hello Everyone! I don't know what I have to bring for climbing, someone give me a advise! thanks a lot!!
Hands. And feet.
A repertoire of excuses.
Plentiful supply of cake
Cake and a flask.
Erm, in all seriousness though, you might want to be a bit more specific. Are you talking about going to an indoor wall for the first time? A day out cragging in the Peak District? A three week expedition to an unclimbed peak in the Karakorum?
Teeny tiny fingers and toes, and sinewy bodies. Captain Kirk said so
Myself - to the rock.
All the boys to the yard?
I bring a ladder, I call it French bouldering.
A film crew
Money for beer and chips. If you are feeling poor, forget the chips.
We wouldn't have this problem if we stopped referring to Indoor Climbing as "Climbing". After all we all know it's really only training.
> We wouldn't have this problem if we stopped referring to Indoor Climbing as "Climbing". After all we all know it's really only training.
climbing outside makes you weak....
I bring a huge ghetto blaster, loud hip hop or metal gets me psyked. It's always popular with others at the crag, they're always shouting encouragement at me.
All you need is chalk and balls.
No need to bring anything; you're not coming here.
Take some things instead...
You do need to bring them with you, though...
[let's hope Blue Straggler doesn't read this, or his head might explode...]
Bring me sunshine.
power and responsibility
...or those gold hotpants, nipple tassels and a boa. See you in Cheedale soon
I've got a set ready for you as well, essential equipment I would say
The send train.
I bring a sense of perspective.
> Hello Everyone! I don't know what I have to bring for climbing, someone give me a advise! thanks a lot!!
Go hard or go home!
Coke and ludes.
If you aint got them then a hooker.
> [let's hope Blue Straggler doesn't read this, or his head might explode...]
I tolerate people who are clearly working in a second language as they are better at languages than am I.
The OP does not seem to be writing as native speaker of American English
Before you can go climbing you need to take the Climbers Oath. Open your wallet and say " Help Yourself "
It was supposed to be a light-hearted illustration of the difficulties of the English language, like your threads today. Hence the allusion to those threads...
Bring everything you need.
"Not a match too many nor one too few" - Messner
Ah, sorry. I was a bit slow yesterday after the toast and fish made my head hurt so much
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