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    I love TJ's. We lived in Santa Monica in the late 90's and was a prerequisite when moving to Silver Spring. The tour/camping sounds like a blast, just need to convince the wife & kids, which is no small task.

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    I need help. Addicted.

    This has been fun these past days, but how many times can you check the leaderboard without it getting undignified.

    And does anyone realize how easy it is to get the word ‘penguins’ into just about any conversation, and then start to explain to the unwitting victim what a primal penguin is.

    E.g. today...

    Someone said “well that’s a feather in her cap” she will want.

    Me: Yes, especially if its a primal penguin feather.

    Victim: What?

    Me: Oh let me explain. You see there’s this thing called freezing saddles.

    Victim: I have to go to lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishnomadic View Post
    I need help. Addicted.

    This has been fun these past days, but how many times can you check the leaderboard without it getting undignified.

    And does anyone realize how easy it is to get the word ‘penguins’ into just about any conversation, and then start to explain to the unwitting victim what a primal penguin is.

    E.g. today...

    Someone said “well that’s a feather in her cap” she will want.

    Me: Yes, especially if its a primal penguin feather.

    Victim: What?

    Me: Oh let me explain. You see there’s this thing called freezing saddles.

    Victim: I have to go to lunch.
    It sounds like you need to take some time away. The only hope for addiction is going cold turkey. It's really not healthy being that addicted to freezingsaddles.com. It leads to nothing good. Get away, go some place warm, find a beach. Leave your bike behind, it'll only trigger the addiction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishnomadic View Post
    I need help. Addicted.

    This has been fun these past days, but how many times can you check the leaderboard without it getting undignified.

    And does anyone realize how easy it is to get the word ‘penguins’ into just about any conversation, and then start to explain to the unwitting victim what a primal penguin is.

    E.g. today...

    Someone said “well that’s a feather in her cap” she will want.

    Me: Yes, especially if its a primal penguin feather.

    Victim: What?

    Me: Oh let me explain. You see there’s this thing called freezing saddles.

    Victim: I have to go to lunch.
    lol, at least your victim has some common sense!!

    And yes, it can be addictive. That's why I do my best to not post my ride until the evening, and that way I only have a limited number of hours to waste on going to all these dumb BAFS related websites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett L. View Post
    It sounds like you need to take some time away. The only hope for addiction is going cold turkey. It's really not healthy being that addicted to freezingsaddles.com. It leads to nothing good. Get away, go some place warm, find a beach. Leave your bike behind, it'll only trigger the addiction.
    Cold turkey? Really cold turkey? AKA ____A PENGUIN___!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishnomadic View Post
    I need help. Addicted.

    This has been fun these past days, but how many times can you check the leaderboard without it getting undignified.

    And does anyone realize how easy it is to get the word ‘penguins’ into just about any conversation, and then start to explain to the unwitting victim what a primal penguin is.

    E.g. today...

    Someone said “well that’s a feather in her cap” she will want.

    Me: Yes, especially if its a primal penguin feather.

    Victim: What?

    Me: Oh let me explain. You see there’s this thing called freezing saddles.

    Victim: I have to go to lunch.
    I for one couldn't be HAPPIER about this turn of events! ^____^ That's the spirit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclingfool View Post
    Cold turkey? Really cold turkey? AKA ____A PENGUIN___!!!
    Interesting. I wonder what they taste like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve O View Post
    Interesting. I wonder what they taste like?
    On today, International Penguin Awareness Day, I need to make you aware of the fact that penguins are warm and waterproof in frigid Antarctic waters thanks to a thick layer of blubber and well oiled feathers. So they'd probably taste like a frozen turkey wrapped several layers of insulated Goretek, dunked in salty, gamey, motor oil.

    Not worth either the flavor, or being uniformly branded a monster by most civilized peoples (leopard seal fans notwithstanding).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitty View Post
    On today, International Penguin Awareness Day, I need to make you aware of the fact that penguins are warm and waterproof in frigid Antarctic waters thanks to a thick layer of blubber and well oiled feathers. So they'd probably taste like a frozen turkey wrapped several layers of insulated Goretek, dunked in salty, gamey, motor oil.
    So... like a Popeye's chicken sandwich then. Got it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitty View Post
    On today, International Penguin Awareness Day, I need to make you aware of the fact that penguins are warm and waterproof in frigid Antarctic waters thanks to a thick layer of blubber and well oiled feathers. So they'd probably taste like a frozen turkey wrapped several layers of insulated Goretek, dunked in salty, gamey, motor oil.

    Not worth either the flavor, or being uniformly branded a monster by most civilized peoples (leopard seal fans notwithstanding).

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    Ewwwww.....How could you even think of eating a penguin!!

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