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    Man, that is bad bad news. I suggest locating one...

    Man, that is bad bad news. I suggest locating one of the old fossils whose blood is probably 80 per cent proof, and going Dracula on his ass.
  2. Even for Thai officials, it would be a serious...

    Even for Thai officials, it would be a serious book cooking job to keep the figures that low. I sincerely hope the heat is getting the better of it.
  3. I can only imagine that myself and the kids have...

    I can only imagine that myself and the kids have had it, we live in a mid-terrace so domestic distancing was never going to happen. But alas, no antibody test yet so we can't be sure. I am allowed to...
  4. Thanks all, I can safely say I've never been so...

    Thanks all, I can safely say I've never been so worried. It escalated very quickly. Our local GP said that ethnic minorities, namely Southeast Asian and Africans seems to be more prone to developing...
  5. Test is at its most accurate in the first week...

    Test is at its most accurate in the first week apparently. Still leaves you with little confidence.
  6. False negative: a tale of Covid and fear and hope...

    It all started, as it often does, on a grey and drizzly evening in suburbia.

    I'd just congratulated myself on negotiating another day with nary a sniffle or a dry cough or a life-threatening...
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    Sticky: Myself and young Arthur take our social...

    Myself and young Arthur take our social distancing very seriously.



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    Covid + Songkran = hide. Run and fucking hide.

    Covid + Songkran = hide. Run and fucking hide.
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    Sticky: Under the proviso that we don't all die, we...

    Under the proviso that we don't all die, we should come out of this fitter, healthier and less needy.

    In between work, teaching the children, cooking their breakfast, lunch and dinner (the mrs is...
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    Sticky: Saturday, up early doors - gundog training; back,...

    Saturday, up early doors - gundog training; back, lunch, two hour hilly run at a soild pace, no fannying around

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    Back, chnage, one hour dog walk, home, cook dinner, read, watched tv,...
  11. Thread: Dinner

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    ^ Much as I abhore the notion of junk fodder on a...

    ^ Much as I abhore the notion of junk fodder on a Monday - espeically during these trying times, Betsy - that doesn't look too bad. I t probably doesn't contain a great deal of actual 'food' but I'm...
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    Sticky: I do press-ups, they get your core too - they get...

    I do press-ups, they get your core too - they get everything actually.

    Pretty much the only strength exercise I do at present, but it's a daily occurence.
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    Cruciferus veg, Betsy, are the best in the world....

    Cruciferus veg, Betsy, are the best in the world.

    Brussels are loaded with phytonutrients which is very good shit.
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    Sticky: World planking record set by ex-marine, aged 62 -...

    World planking record set by ex-marine, aged 62 - BBC News

    I can do about four minutes on a good day
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    ^^^That's obviously your cheat meal, Boll - being...

    ^^^That's obviously your cheat meal, Boll - being on the strict diet yu're currently on...

    Here's ours, home made fish, chips and turbo peas (bruseel sprouts)

    Prepare the chips, par boil,...
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    Last night's leek and potato offering - bolstered...

    Last night's leek and potato offering - bolstered with some home-made cheesy garlic bread

    Gather ingredients
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    Sticky: ^ That's a plank. She's holding good form...

    ^ That's a plank. She's holding good form there... I bet that went straight up on Instagram.
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    Soups are easy to make, tasty, and the only way I...

    Soups are easy to make, tasty, and the only way I can get my youngest daughter to eat vegetables. Cook and blend and she'll happily scoff down onion, garlic, carrots, peppers, courgette, aubergine -...
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    No suet - just butter, flour, water, salt,...

    No suet - just butter, flour, water, salt, pepper, a little thyme and a squeezed cloved of garlic.

    Doing potato and leek soup with toasted sourdough this evening. Shall post results.
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    Don't know how to make it big (that's what she...

    Don't know how to make it big

    (that's what she said)
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    Not last night's fare, but I'm wont to make a...

    Not last night's fare, but I'm wont to make a stew once in a while ; this is chicken with lots of seasonal locally grown veg... and dumplings of course

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    Made a wild boar and butter bean casserole with...

    Made a wild boar and butter bean casserole with garlic and herb dumplings last night - it hit. the spot.
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    Sticky: Nice one, Mendy - working out next to the bar...

    Nice one, Mendy - working out next to the bar gets a double thumbs-up from the Slap camp.

    I notice this thread goes surprisingly quiet during the weekends. If you lot are out on the razz cramming...
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    Sticky: That looks like Decathlon - get one of their...

    That looks like Decathlon - get one of their baselayers, they wick sweat really well. Mind you, do they sell baselayers in the tropics?
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    Sticky: I specialise in this kind of stuff, like, write...

    I specialise in this kind of stuff, like, write about it and shit. The bike, although not a great one, (it's the kind you see old ladies reading Hello magazine make a pedal revolution every other...
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    Sticky: I think we need to find out the model of...

    I think we need to find out the model of Bollski's exercise bike before we pass judgement. It appears to have a wattage reading - this is the ultimate barometer of effort, if the in-built power meter...
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    Sticky: Intervals are the way forward, Bollski - on the...

    Intervals are the way forward, Bollski - on the bike try 5 mins on/off hard/easy x 5; that'll get the metabolism moving.
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    Sticky: This is interesting. YouTube...

    This is interesting. YouTube
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    Sticky: More fun, but with a different set of benefits,...

    More fun, but with a different set of benefits, I'd say. The step mill is my most favourist piece of cardio appartus in the gym - because it's hard, especially when you've got a 20kg sandbag on your...
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    Sticky: Go Lulu, get busy! It's a bit cliche but once...

    Go Lulu, get busy!

    It's a bit cliche but once you begin to enjoy exercise-induced suffering there's no turning back.

    It's a nice swap-out for the booze.
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    Sticky: Nice splits, Lool. Just sort the first and last k...

    Nice splits, Lool. Just sort the first and last k out and that's a totally respectable run.
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    Sticky: Just done a five mile run with Arthur - it's...

    Just done a five mile run with Arthur - it's blowing a bastard gale out there.
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    The Stranger started really well but got really,...

    The Stranger started really well but got really, really shite. I'm surprised shit like that gets commissioned. Disgraceful.

    El Camino was a couple of hours well spent though.
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    Sticky: Coming on nicely Lulu - laying a nice foundation...

    Coming on nicely Lulu - laying a nice foundation there. Add a handful of one minute intervals into your runs you'll start getting fast.
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    Someone's obviously 'hiu khao'. You know what...

    Someone's obviously 'hiu khao'. You know what they get like.
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    Just getting into locally shot game. Venison...

    Just getting into locally shot game.


    Venison sausages with fusilli pasta and plum tomatoes; roasted pheasant executed but a mile or two from my front door...

    Locally sourced produce is the...
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    15 x 275ml bottles of Becks in Sainsbury's for...

    15 x 275ml bottles of Becks in Sainsbury's for 7. If you're in the UK get involved. If you're somewhere else, fuck off back to your daiquiri and stay out of my face.
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    Sticky: Young Arthur, my wirehaired Hungarian Viszla, has...

    Young Arthur, my wirehaired Hungarian Viszla, has taken physical activity to a new level. He's only 4.5 months but the bloke is a fucking machine.

    Vet advised me that light 30 minute jogs twice a...
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    Worzel Gummidge and a Christmas Carol were BBC...

    Worzel Gummidge and a Christmas Carol were BBC xmas highlights.

    Dracula looks worth a watch too.
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    Ski walk man is actually using hiking poles, but...

    Ski walk man is actually using hiking poles, but why you'd need them in Somerset is beyond me. It's flat (apart from the Mendips :yup:)!

    An excellent thread, both commentary and pictures.
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    No, a wirehaired vizsla, they can run all day and...

    No, a wirehaired vizsla, they can run all day and keep up on mountain bike trails too. Boring little fuckers when they're puppies though :yup:
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    Just bought one of these... ...

    Just bought one of these...
    https://teakdoor.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=42289&stc=1
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    It's been raining in this fuckhole for the last...

    It's been raining in this fuckhole for the last three months...


    But the kids are getting a good education.


    *repeat mantra to maintain sanity*
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    The Irishman needs forensic dissection before it...

    The Irishman needs forensic dissection before it can be fully appreciated. I watched it all the way through once. Spent the next week consuming it in 30min bite-sized chunks. Then watched the whole...
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    Sticky: Thanks man, that was beautiful. Only read the OP,...

    Thanks man, that was beautiful. Only read the OP, will catch up with the rest later.

    Went to Battersea last week with a view to rehoming a rescue - their dwellings are comparitively palatial. Thai...
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    Can't believe I've onkly just got round to...

    Can't believe I've onkly just got round to watching Deadwood. What an absolute cocksucking belter of a programme.
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    Had my weekly serving of lamb's liver (pound for...

    Had my weekly serving of lamb's liver (pound for pound the most nutrient dense foodstuff on the planet) last night.

    Fried some onion, celery, pepper and garlic in a wok and added a tin of pulses....
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    Pistol squats next?

    Pistol squats next?
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    You'll be able to run up Doi Suthep without...

    You'll be able to run up Doi Suthep without flinching after this little challenge. Your glutes and quads must be solid.
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    Sticky: Make sure you've got the deadlift technique...

    Make sure you've got the deadlift technique dialled - herniated discs are not fun.

    120 miles in the South Downs bathed in beautiful sunshine yesterday.

    There's something about the Downs's...
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