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    mine goes wherevever it wants!

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    The only way is up ... Baby ... For you and me now ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxtox View Post
    mr. happy points up and towards my left shoulder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brady1 View Post
    MY Mr. Happy points up and on my left shoulder!
    I'm sorry to have to resurrect this thread but I'm (a newb) having the same problem. I don't get the twig placement. I'm on my second pair of bike shorts and I'm wondering why the chamois is so small in front: Areotech Bib Shorts and PI Quest shorts. It seems like if it were a little bigger it would cover said twig more and twig would hit that seam? And I'm not a big twig by any means...

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    Deez Nuts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II View Post
    Deez Nuts?
    Likely so or someone else's

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    I just want to give a shout out to Assos here.

    Most companies make cycling shorts for women and sell them to men.

    If your shorts don't have a pocket built into them for your privates to go into, they're made for women and don't even account for your privates.

    If you ride any brand but Assos, this is the case. As Assos is the ONLY company to have the privates pocket of the S7 Equipe/Cento/Camp. where the front of the chamois is huge and bat wing shaped, fully covering and cupping the gentiles in their own protected pocket.

    Think about it folks, just think about it. You're riding in shorts made for women.
    use a torque wrench

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMsRepBike View Post
    ...... where the front of the chamois is huge and bat wing shaped, fully covering and cupping the gentiles in their own protected pocket.
    ......
    OK, but what do they have if you happen to be Jewish or Muslim???
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    Quote Originally Posted by No Time Toulouse View Post
    OK, but what do they have if you happen to be Jewish or Muslim???
    A foreskin is like a pocket of it's own.
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    sucks when you ride to the grocery in boxers and regular shorts and sit on your dick.
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    I need tight fitting shorts because I like them kept in place once set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrasmak View Post
    I need tight fitting shorts because I like them kept in place once set.
    Your boys need a home?
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    It is NO problem if you use a hornless saddle. Also, you can ride in a nylon double layer swim "training" suit withOUT chamois. www.moonsaddle.com .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek2.3 View Post
    It is NO problem if you use a hornless saddle. Also, you can ride in a nylon double layer swim "training" suit withOUT chamois. www.moonsaddle.com .
    yeah, but those things just look dorkey.
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    Looks like we have a spy here on RBR.
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    I'm a newbie here but seeing this thread made me realize that I've found my perfect place.

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