Discussion in 'The Bar' started by wanker, Jul 10, 2012.
oh nice one, in so many ways
I'm not sure. The hot bitches from the last Olympics retired or failed to qualify this time. Some young hewer will emerge though and stir my loins I'm sure. I like women's diving and water polo because of the pokies.
That's a pretty awesome move right there
Thanks I been working on that for a while.
How long did it take you to master that toe curl?
A few times of jerking off with your feet in the air and you kinda get it down.
Afformentioned pokies pics please.
I feel this would expose too many areas that don't need exposing at my age.
batwings u mean?
This thread has lasting power
MOSCOW -- The most decorated Olympian of all time -- or the person who will hold that distinction for about two more weeks -- could walk the streets of New York City unnoticed.
Her name is so unknown that American journalists are divided on how to spell it. Olympic buffs know little about her outside of statistical accomplishments -- three Olympic Games, 18 medals, nine of them gold.
"She's kind of a phantom," said Bill Mallon, past president and co-founder of the International Society of Olympic Historians.
"Here you have this person holding the record for most medals, and we don't know who she is," said David Wallechinsky, co-author of the encyclopedic Complete Book of the Olympics.
That is likely to change as Bob Costas and NBC's swimming crew will surely mention Larisa (or Larissa or Larysa) Latynina on prime-time broadcasts throughout the first few days of the London Olympics and especially on July 31, the likely date Michael Phelps will win his 19th career Olympic medal, breaking the record set by the balletic Soviet gymnast 48 years ago. To many, including Latynina, it will cement Phelps as the best Olympian ever.
Nastia Liukin didn't make it
[Dice] I'd like to put my balance beam in HER basket....Ohhhhhhhhhhh [/Dice]
hah..I just had a strange thought reading your post. They should have the announcers from MXC do play by play for The Olympics..I'd watch it then.