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    Ok, I can see the pole-vaulting and the hockey, that will give you big thighs too but I'm surprised you're a better distance runner than sprinter. Most distance runners I know are stick thin...but that doesn't mean you can't run distance with powerful thighs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Idril View Post
    Ok, I can see the pole-vaulting and the hockey, that will give you big thighs too but I'm surprised you're a better distance runner than sprinter. Most distance runners I know are stick thin...but that doesn't mean you can't run distance with powerful thighs.
    Well, I'm pretty good at both, but if given the choice, I would rather run long-distance. Also, one must remember that running (any distance) requires more than legs.

    Also, I know exactly what you mean with most distance runners being sick thin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djy78usa View Post
    Here is one of my Dad (retired Coast Guard) and me after I graduated from Airborne School (slightly edited for privacy reasons):



    And, as a bonus, one of me jumping out of a C-130...well, to be honest, it might be me. It's kind of hard to tell from a picture that was taken 1250' below

    Nice to meet you DJ. God that jump takes a lot of guts. Keep safe.
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    Thanks Virgil, but jumping is the easy part... sitting in the aircraft on the way up, and watching the door open... that part still gets to me a little

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    Quote Originally Posted by djy78usa View Post

    that pic looks pretty cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djy78usa View Post
    Thanks Virgil, but jumping is the easy part... sitting in the aircraft on the way up, and watching the door open... that part still gets to me a little
    That's what my friend says. But he loved it too.

    I always love to see pictures like yours, thanks for sharing djy78usa.

    Aww you're such an attractive couple,B!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rachel_bookworm View Post
    Madhuri, you have beautiful eyes!
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    Maddie, you are sooooo lovely!
    Cheers!
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    Madhuri,,,,wow, what bewitching eyes you have !

    KAHEEN PAY NIGAHIEN KAHEEN PAY NISHANA !
    hahahha no no, that was not the case, I was looking right into the camera.

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    And brown-eyed Madhuri - it reminds of someone I know...the vibrant browns of her eyes were like...hum...vibrant brown eyes...
    Oh, Lote, here I was thinking that I am unique you have made me a commoner

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    Maddie I love how you're so mysterious!!
    I am glad you liked the picture
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    islandclimber.... O M G!!! My phone number is...

    Why is Dori so young?

    And why does LadyW not look English at all? Not even a tiny bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koa View Post
    islandclimber.... O M G!!! My phone number is...
    I think you got so excited you forgot to write the phone number!!!

    oh well, what can you do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koa View Post
    Why is Dori so young?
    Ummm...good question. How old did you think I was?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koa View Post
    And why does LadyW not look English at all? Not even a tiny bit?
    Really? Hmmm, well my Grandad was Italian...
    Nah, maybe I really am just a complete freak

    Edit: Not that people who are not English are Freaks...
    It's just me
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    Madhuri,,,,no doubt you have sharbati eyes, how about the veiled nose and lips,,,,,,those must also be really praiseworthy !

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    WONDERFUL to see more pics from members new and old; great to be able to put faces [and hair! lol] to the user names, thank you for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Mental View Post
    Hey B-Mental, looks like we've got similar taste in headwear btw, not posing or anything, just checking the time when a friend snapped this...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Madhuri View Post
    Oh, Lote, here I was thinking that I am unique you have made me a commoner
    How terrible of me :-(

    I sentence myself to one hundred lashes!

    And you can administer it yourself!

    There that will teach me!
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