forget the pud, get healthy…

Dear diablog,


phirripa real

is obviously, a bit like Casper, into maleness (if such a word exists!) and keeping ‘up to it’.

She saw fit to give us all a lesson into what we should be doing right now instead of tucking into mince pies and enjoying the dreaded office party. Certainly the balance needed is not commensurate with the intake of alcohol…


… but I know which I prefer!!

Life needs ‘balance’.

Yours, diablog, freewheelin’


PS. If you can’t take the whole thing (it is quite long) the outakes at the end are worth it – they are actually human!

10 thoughts on “forget the pud, get healthy…

  1. Why can’t they they just use bicycles for their original purpose ?
    Blocking the whole inside lane ! Cutting up drivers !
    I am glad that my fitness bike does not move and I can watch TV from it.

  2. So impressive. Their skill is awe inspiring.
    I hate to put the dampers on this one G, but you are right about the them actually being human. Even the experts get this stuff wrong. Martyn Ashton (who live just down the road from a friend of mine in Port Talbot) broke his back at a biking event half way through making “Road Bike Party 2”, he has been in a wheel chair ever since, he got a couple of friends to help him finish the video off. If you listen to the first few words at the start of the video they hint at this.

  3. Hooooooooooooollllllllllaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
    watcha upto gorgeouses?
    That was interesting to watch.
    And ewwww Smiles haha that is horrible.
    I prefer safe activities like sleeping and strolling. Ain’t breaking my back for nobody. It is my back and I like it not broken. It would hurt. What about all the things I wont be able to do because of that. I like my back just how it is. I hope that was clear.

    Casper X

  4. Poop, poop, poop, poop.
    Should we understand that this is your Christmas Wish List. Let us know your address and we will deliver to you.
    This is possibly the most childish comment written by you. Maybe you just write these things to get a reaction.
    You can try to react and slag me off but I warn you that I have plenty of experience with stupid young adults.

    1. Hi Smiles,

      I am so sorry for the mis-understanding.
      Please; as best as you can describe to me the person who told you that I am a mature young adult.

      Casper X

  5. Poop. Maybe it has some deep meaning, or perhaps it was her verbal exclaim to poor Martyn’s dilemma. Anyway some of us are already posting the stuff, so we don’t want to be putting more into the sorting office!

    With the Holidays upon us, I would like to share a personal experience with my friends about drinking and driving.

    As you may know, some of us have been known to have brushes with the authorities from time to time on the way home after a “social session” out with friends.

    Well, two days ago I was out for an evening with friends and had several cocktails followed by some rather nice red wine. Feeling jolly, I still had the sense to know that I might be slightly over the limit.

    That’s when I did something that I’ve never done before – I took a taxi home.

    Sure enough on the way home there was a police road block but, since it was a taxi, they waved it past. I arrived home safely without incident.

    This was a real surprise as I had never driven a taxi before, I don’t know where I got it and, now that it’s in my garage, I don’t know what to do with it.”


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