Wednesday, June 14, 2006

on yer bike

I got on my exercise bike last night and actually broke a sweat.

It feels as though I have a gem squash thrust up my backside, but nevertheless.

33 comments:

Antoine said...

You had veggies for dinner last night? Wicked chuckle!

Revolving Credit said...

Caution: You should remove all vegatable or any other food stuffs from the bicycle before proceeding with exercise

Peas on Toast said...

Ha ha, I should've known you guys would've made a comment(s) like that! :)

Do you think anyone at work knows? It's a mission just walking to the printer.

Revolving Credit said...

Can you walk on your hands?

Peas on Toast said...

Hey, there's always a first time...:)

kyknoord said...

Ouch. You may have broken more than just a sweat.

Peas on Toast said...

Correct. I'm sure I heard a snap in my groin last night. (Ass aside.)

Revolving Credit said...

Bonus though - right now you must have a very tight ass! *grope*

Peas on Toast said...

Well essentially Revolving, that is my long-term goal.

I'm going to turn myself into a model class buns of steel goddess.

I figured this would be one way to ensure that I will be having the last laugh in this whole breakup ordeal.

Revolving Credit said...

Do you mind if we change hands, I need to write with this one?

Peas on Toast said...

Bless ;)

Daytripper said...

Hell, I ventured back into the gym to do some weights last week and felt like a modern Jesus Christ for two days afterwards, with nails driven into the pectoral muscles of my chest and deltoid muscles of my shoulders... eina! why is taking it easy the frist time alwasy so hard????

Peas on Toast said...

Tell me about it Daytripper. But as we speak - well as I write - I cannot wait to get home and do it again.

Suavé said...

I hear you. I (for what reason, dont know) also decided to get me'self a bit of a work out the other day cause I know they say 'slender never dies' but I need to get outta this skinniness phase. It kinda sucks being skinny sometimes cause I gotta show people my old photo's just to say that I've always been like this. I dont have no incurable illnesses or nothing.

Anyway my pectorals and gluteus maximus are killing me. Just getting up and around is a serious mission. The things we do for beauty.

Peas on Toast said...

Hear hear Suave!

Here's to looking like something out of Baywatch before the year is over!

(chin chin)

Antoine said...

Come on Peas - admit it - the post was searching for Ass-inine Comments

Revolving Credit said...

Baywatch....implants & self-tan....lets not go there again!

Nessers said...

you do know that you have to get on again tonight if you are hoping for any kind of relief any time soon hehehe

Peas on Toast said...

Antoine - I know. Perhaps it was in the back of my mind the whole time. :)

Revolving - wahahahaha! No I'm perfectly happy with my B cups. And as for self-tan, well, no comment. :)

Nessers - I'm jumping back on tonight. I can't wait. I think there's something wrong with me. I've never been one to actually enjoy exercise.

sheldon said...

It's called The Zone homes! When you in there you're a God and that feels great!!! Same zone that makes people run from Maritzburg to Durban (honestly!!!) or pick up 250kgs!!! I haven't been in the zone in years :-( and I miss it SO much. Thing is, to get there requires significant effort.

Peas on Toast said...

OK I'm Zoning. I like that. It sounds better than 'I'm having a nervous breakdown.'

Revolving Credit said...

So all you have to do is to go to Rosebank and you'll feel healthy & fit??

Lets go shopping!!

Peas on Toast said...

Revolving - it works everytime! :)
I was there during lunch throwing money around like there was no tomorrow.

(Birthday present. Aren't I nice?)

Revolving Credit said...

Hmm...Mall-acise

Escalator = Treadmill + Step machine
Carrier Bags = Weightlifting
Fitting Room contortion = Yoga
Red Hanger Sale = Thai-Bo
Trying on shoes = Leg extensions

Me thinks you may be an exercise fanatic?

Peas on Toast said...

Me thinks you'd be spot on Revolving.

PS: Have you seen the chaos at a Red Hanger sale by the way?? These women go crackers. They fight over stuff, have cat fights, push each other out of the way. I'd rather pay full price.

Revolving Credit said...

But honey, it's supposed to be exercise - get in there and slap that bitch with the fake tits and real bling!!
Do it for the sake of your future tight ass!!

PS. Why do your hands feels clammy? Does it always get like this when you think about shopping??

Peas on Toast said...

I'm a lover not a fighter. ;)

I have fought over a jersey once. In YDE. The bitch took it, as well.

Revolving Credit said...

Well, if you're not going to fight for it, best you learn to knit - not much gym there I'm afraid.

Champagne Heathen said...

More Mall-acise/ SHOlymPics...
-Cross country - when you realise you forgot to buy something at the other end of the mall;
-Hurdles - when you try to find a table in a restaurant at lunchhour;
-Freestyle swimming - when you realised you lost your car in the open parking during a rain storm;

Peas on Toast said...

Brilliant one chaps - I see you've given this some thought. :)

GoDsGiMp said...

Why a gemsquash.. i mean.. why not an orange or a carrot!

Peas on Toast said...

Godsgimp - it's just more....descriptive. I guess.

Champagne Heathen said...

Call it 'thought' or call it leopard crawling your way through the last few minutes of a painful mentally-decayed day. If it raised a smile, I am happy.