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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby Ihavenonickname » 05 Sep 2015 10:00

If you really want to prove your sporting prowess md6, there is a 19km commando challenge down here in devon (disclaimer: I am not even remotely tempted, well maybe...)

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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby Jack Hughes » 05 Sep 2015 10:08

Ihavenonickname wrote:If you really want to prove your sporting prowess md6, there is a 19km commando challenge down here in devon (disclaimer: I am not even remotely tempted, well maybe...)

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He's too fat and too old for that (at least, that's what his GF told me).
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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby Ihavenonickname » 05 Sep 2015 10:09

Jack Hughes wrote:
Ihavenonickname wrote:If you really want to prove your sporting prowess md6, there is a 19km commando challenge down here in devon (disclaimer: I am not even remotely tempted, well maybe...)

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He's too fat and too old for that (at least, that's what his GF told me).

Hahaha (sorry md6)

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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby md6 » 07 Sep 2015 11:20

Jack Hughes wrote:
Ihavenonickname wrote:If you really want to prove your sporting prowess md6, there is a 19km commando challenge down here in devon (disclaimer: I am not even remotely tempted, well maybe...)

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He's too fat and too old for that (at least, that's what his GF told me).


Yeah 19k is far too long for me. And Devon is too far to drive at my age! :lol:
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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby Seasider71 » 08 Sep 2015 14:44

Been there, done that in full combat gear too....it hurt....a..lot.
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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby King Sad » 09 Sep 2015 16:27

I (used to) get paid to do things like that (never enjoyed them then) they won't let me now as I am too old :D

Think about injuries :o be careful
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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby Kevy427 » 09 Sep 2015 22:22

King Sad wrote:I (used to) get paid to do things like that (never enjoyed them then) they won't let me now as I am too old :D

Think about injuries :o be careful

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Re: Commando obstacle course

Postby King Sad » 09 Sep 2015 22:33

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