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I’ve chosen a new theme for the blog. The background is pink at the moment to celebrate the Giro.
Actually, I think I’m already starting to dislike it. It could be the pink.
It’s slightly gay, only just a bit.
I like it. Keep it for the Giro at least. I’m curious about how Kaz came to describe it as “slightly gay”. Is she referring perhaps to the Kinsey Scale?
If so, does it score a 1 or 2?
The only problem I foresee is that I can no longer look up your blog at work in case someone catches me looking at it. It appears that male anaesthetists are a catch, and they’re all married or have girlfriends to talk about at work. But my opinion is only sought when it comes to cycling. And we all know that cycling is gay:
Perhaps I’ll start upping the masculinity a bit at work. Any suggestions? Facial hair is unfortunately genetically impossible. But I could lower the pitch of my voice a little.
Thanks for that – Kaz has made me click on all the links on the Kinsey Scale page. Bike Snob offers a counter-argument to that presented on Cycling Inquisition: http://bikesnobnyc.blogspot.com/2009/03/anti-veloism-weird-creepy-bike-hate.html
Stick on moustache?
Yikes. Appropriate for the Giro, but not much else. I am not afraid of pink per se. I have a pink shirt (some would call it Salmon), and I wear it ‘cos damn it I look good in it! I also have an orange shirt, the likes of which are normally reserved for circus performers…..but I digress. My suggestion is you find another way to express your gentler side!
It’s certainly Giro-tastic. It may not be quite the right shade of pink but I think I can blame my colour-blindness for that. I’m looking forward to having Tour de France yellow in July. My high school’s colours were navy blue and salmon pink. I’m pretty sure I was the only boy to front up in a pink shirt. The odd socks had me threatened with violence more than the shirt though. I suspect my eyes will have had enough of this pink by the time the Giro wraps up in Verona.
And how about that Floyd Landis, eh?
I think it’s great that you’re getting behind the breast cancer awareness thing. Have no idea what giro is. Figure I probably don’t need to know. Something to do with cycling perhaps?
Actually, this page is beginning to burn my eyes. Just a bit.
I have written this entire post in David Mitchell’s Peep Show voice as I have been rewatching series 5 and can’t seem to get it out of my head.
Good day. Metaphorically. Or not.
I think a giro is what they call an unemployment cheque in the UK. I also found this colour burning my eyes at first but it seems to have normalised now. I shall stick with it until Sunday week and then change to something else. I notice the no votes are starting to catch up to the yeses.
I still find myself speaking like Alan Partridge at times.
Don Johnson would be proud of this effort Bruce.
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