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2005/07/21 21:54:20 (permalink)

Being the "Big Strong Lad"

Being the supposed strong lad can be good at times but sometimes it's a b!tch! I mean I was at work on Tuesday and we're having an office shift so they're like Naminder you can lift all the **** lol!

I mean tomorrow same thing!

You ever find similair problems?
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 21:56:30 (permalink)
    no, because i have the strength of a girl
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 21:57:39 (permalink)
    Lol same here!!!! But when you talk about bodybuilding all the time and go to the gym three times a week, people think you're strong!
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:00:03 (permalink)
    lol, i remember trying to search for a price tag on some shorts and i made the hanger snap for some reason, my mate said, "see, thats what happens when you go to the gym too much". woohoo, pure strength people, pure strength.

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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:06:43 (permalink)
    Don't they realise that us BBers are weak as sh!t anyway
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:07:26 (permalink)
    Lol!

    Its well funny...and when you lift stuff that you think is light....they're like no no that's too heavy!
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:10:46 (permalink)
    LOL,

    yea, i got asked to move a very heavy chair at work today while visiting the office block. It weighed about 20KG LMFAO

    I dont honestly think non bodybuilders realy understand the amount of weight a reasonable bodybuilder can lift.
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:12:49 (permalink)
    i often say "nah, it looks like you could use the exercise mate" lol!
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:14:29 (permalink)
    LOL!

    It's funny lol!

    The only problem is when you try and impress and cock up lol!
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:37:01 (permalink)
    It's to be expected really.

    Who is more suited to move a moderately heavy weight:

    A lightly built pregnant woman?
    Or a 6'4 bodybuilder?

    It makes sense to ask someone who looks strong to do heavy work.
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 22:47:22 (permalink)

    I can see the advert now.

    'I was at work one day, they ask me to move around moderately heavy furniture. I slipped and fell, and as I was not trained in lifting objects with unknurled handles, Claims Direct sent me a cheque for £5,000.'

    PS The loan came though too for the Smith machine, thank you Ocean finance. And they're such nice people too.
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 23:02:35 (permalink)
    A friend has a cast iron bath filled with soil in their garden , I was around there one day and he said "do you think you'd be able to move that ? " It must have weighed 300k at least , but I was probably at my strongest ever at the time and considered myself pretty indestructable so I managed to lift one end slightly and drag it about 3 feet , dropped it , and stopped to check where it was going (and to try and catch a breath , more impoortantly ) and my mate said "oh , nowhere .I just wanted to see if you could lift it " ........Twat
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 23:20:24 (permalink)
    My mum asked me If I could move some sand - it was orginally half a ton, and it had rained - I was like you are joking, I will being doing it the old fashoned way - with a shovel. She thought i could just drag the bad.
    Somehow in over 60 years of life it had escaped her notice that sand absorbs water and gets heavier - oh well.

    Yes - I get asked to move anything that is heavy, and actually dont mind most of the time, glad to help people who appreciate it. At least my training has some practical use.

    And it is nice when your family says things like you wont move that, and then you promptly do

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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 23:35:18 (permalink)
    answer me this boys:

    why is it that at the gym we go through all the trouble to warm up properly, take all precautions, spot on form, but then when someone asks us to move some big ****ing thingimabob we just attack it straight up!

    Makes no sense, lol!
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 23:36:26 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: veganlifter

    answer me this boys:

    why is it that at the gym we go through all the trouble to warm up properly, take all precautions, spot on form, but then when someone asks us to move some big ****ing thingimabob we just attack it straight up!

    Makes no sense, lol!


    you'd look pretty silly doing warmup stretches before lifting up a chair.
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 23:40:45 (permalink)
    ^^its so true tho, same goes for arm wrestle's... injury in a bag if I ever had one.

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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 23:40:59 (permalink)
    ^^^^^^ HAHA!

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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/21 23:51:20 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: trident

    LOL,

    yea, i got asked to move a very heavy chair at work today while visiting the office block. It weighed about 20KG LMFAO

    I dont honestly think non bodybuilders realy understand the amount of weight a reasonable bodybuilder can lift.


    I've found this to be true. I mean, I can deadlift 220; I can carry 50kg dumbbells around no problem, but my mum says "Are you sure you can carry all that?" when I take all her food shopping out of the back of her car at once.
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/22 00:19:36 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: Adam K

    no, because i have the strength of a girl


    More than MM

    They should lift it themselves, damn pansies.
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    RE: Being the "Big Strong Lad" 2005/07/22 00:21:30 (permalink)
    I got p1ssed off being the human forklift where i work,in the end i said move it urself...u need the exercise!
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