Rider's Excuses

When you put them all together they are brilliant, aren't they?

1. My thighs were full of blood.
2. I had some Jack Daniels the night before.
3. It's the ghost of my unborn twin.
4. I was in Mexico.

There must be more. Please add to the list.
 

chris42

New Member
Location
Deal, Kent
The lab dosn't know how to test

They are out to tarnish me and my family for their own financial gain
 

Tetedelacourse

New Member
Location
Rosyth
No no no, these performance-enhancing drugs are not for me - they're for my mother-in-law!

I never cheated, I only attempted to cheat but failed.
 

chris42

New Member
Location
Deal, Kent
Tim Bennet. said:
Why pick on us? We're not as bad as professional wrestling or bodybuilding!

Good point.
I pro bodybuilding almost any drugs are legal execpt Diuretics (laxatives) and this is where the big bucks is at.
Natural bodybuilding is almost an amature sport in comparrision.
 

Tetedelacourse

New Member
Location
Rosyth
chris42 said:
Good point.
I pro bodybuilding almost any drugs are legal execpt Diuretics (laxatives) and this is where the big bucks is at.
Natural bodybuilding is almost an amature sport in comparrision.
Natural bodybuilding is amateur compared with pro bodybuilding?

:thumbsup::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin:
 

Blonde

New Member
Location
Bury, Lancashire
My excuse would be, I am suffering a rare blood disorder that has only been discovered recently and isn't in the medical dictionaries yet, and I had to go from Mexico to Italy to see my grandmother on her deathbed, and the dog ate my team kit and I am allergic to turquoise dye. Would that cover it?
 

monnet

Über Member
The positive was caused by the drugs I was under at the dentist...er sorry no it wasn't...it was er...the sweets that my grandmother brought back from Colombia
 

Tim Bennet.

Entirely Average Member
Location
S of Kendal
I think you're being a little harsh on the asthmatics.

Surely this is one of those really nice, heart warming stories that just make you glad to be alive. Who would have thought, after all the problems we see kids with asthma have at school, it turns out that the only ones who go on to make it in professional sport are the asthmatics.

That must be so encouraging for for all those kids who wheeze around the playground. "Don't worry son, one day the yellow jersey could be yours."
 
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