How many of us have been in the trenches?

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  1. buddahfan

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    Sex is a sport.

    1. It is physical
    2. One certainly can get injured
    3. Many positions involved exceptionally body strength balance and coordination
    4. It requires a lot endurance.

    I have even known guys to wager on it.

    I think we have all been in the trenches!!

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    It takes specialized equipment and is broken up by periods.
     
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    Is the game "Clue" a recognized sport?

    I'm actually a World champion several times over. My heart used to beat pretty rapidly when I risked an early accusation confident that the guilty party was Col. Mustard with the wrench, but wasn't sure if he was in the dining room or the library.

    So I think if your pulse rate speeds up, it qualifies as a sport.:MusicBigGrin:
     
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    LOL very insitefull stuff guys..
     
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    If sex is a sport you are doing it wrong!!!!!!:MusicBigGrin:
     
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    It depends on the degree of difficulty of your dismount.
     
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    Also important is how long you can hold serve.
     
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    Some of us might dribble before we shoot too.
     
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    Another thread gone WAY south...:pound:
     
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    Not exactly what I envisioned for this thread. Lmao



    :doh: :nailbiting: :eyebrows:
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    i played varsity hs basketball, football, tennis, baseball, cross country and track. i played hockey, tball, swimming when i was in middle school age.
    i've always been a jack of all trades master of none. i was only recruited for football but i was good at every sport. i ended up going to school on academic scholarship because being 5'11 and 145 i knew football wasn't my future.


    oh yeah. i played intramural volleyball and basketball in college. i could have played college basketball except i developed a post game instead of outside skills because i thought i would grow more but it never happened. i'll own anybody under 6'5 in the post.
     
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    Bball, how did you manage to play 6 varsity sports? That's impressive.
     
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    played tennis freshman year then the program was cut. so the next year i played baseball then i got hit with a pitch. so the next year i ran track. i was 5'0 and 100lbs as a freshman - sophomore so i ran cross country instead of football. junior year i grew a lot so i played football because my friends were playing it. basketball was the only constant in my high school career. i went to a small school (40 people in my graduating class) so the only sport that really made cuts were basketball and football. so it's not too impressive to play 6 sports.
     
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    :pound:That's funny.
     
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    Auntie Jessica and Hercule Poirot two of my favorite fictional characters. Sherlock Holmes was real!!! LOL

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    I was always a Colombo fan myself. :)

    He played the fool, but he was trig. Lulled the killer into a false sense of security and then POW! :yellowprison:
     
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    au contraire. I work up a bigger sweat with sex than I do with any other sport. Nothing like trying to stay on the bed in position when both of you are dripping sweat on satin sheets. Now that requires skill!!

    It is also great for the cardiovascular to say nothing about the wonders it does for her gluteus maximus.

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    Thanks for reminding me. I forgot abut Columbo. Hard to forget about Peter Falk's masterful work in that series, but I did. Where are those reruns, anyway?

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    Amen to that.
     

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