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Old 02-26-2008, 02:04 AM   #481
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i dunno about having our thread here for all and sundry to see our whorish ways. twas much better in secret.
I wonder if, once we're done with this thread, we'd at least be allowed to move back to Discotheque?
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I'm thinking that one day, I should just sit down with a map and plan out a route. I could stick with that. That's one good thing about inner Melbourne - sure, it's busy, but there's probably interesting places for me to walk.
melbounre fucking ROCKS for walking around so many awesome shops to stumble into ....



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I wonder if, once we're done with this thread, we'd at least be allowed to move back to Discotheque?
But who wants to be the one to ask?
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melbounre fucking ROCKS for walking around so many awesome shops to stumble into ....



mmmmmmmm must go back for a visit.
I've certainly stumbled upon some interesting bookshops.

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I'm thinking that one day, I should just sit down with a map and plan out a route. I could stick with that. That's one good thing about inner Melbourne - sure, it's busy, but there's probably interesting places for me to walk.
Where I live there isn't much traffic. No lights to have to stop at ever. That's what I love about where I walk. I hated jogging/walking in Seattle. It was no fun, cuz you'd have to stop all the time!
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But who wants to be the one to ask?
Bags not me.

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I wonder if, once we're done with this thread, we'd at least be allowed to move back to Discotheque?
sicys so pissed i doubt it .
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Where I live there isn't much traffic. No lights to have to stop at ever. That's what I love about where I walk. I hated jogging/walking in Seattle. It was no fun, cuz you'd have to stop all the time!
I'm in an inner suburb, so there's plenty of lights and busy roads and such. Though I think I could probably plan a route where I largely avoid that sort of stuff.

Maybe time to get off my arse ...
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I've certainly stumbled upon some interesting bookshops.

the haunted bookstore :ftw:

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I've certainly stumbled upon some interesting bookshops.

Nothing wrong with interesting bookshops. You never know what you'll find in one of those.
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I'm in an inner suburb, so there's plenty of lights and busy roads and such. Though I think I could probably plan a route where I largely avoid that sort of stuff.

Maybe time to get off my arse ...
Good idea. Maybe I can pass you in posts.
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It's hard for me to do that here. Even in the suburbs, there isn't much room to grow things like that.
We've got a small garden but there was one weird grassy area that was a bitch to mow so it got converted into a vege garden
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OK folks, I can't sit here, I've got to get on with things. I'll be around, but infrequently.
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We've got a small garden but there was one weird grassy area that was a bitch to mow so it got converted into a vege garden
Ahhh. I see.
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I'm in an inner suburb, so there's plenty of lights and busy roads and such. Though I think I could probably plan a route where I largely avoid that sort of stuff.

Maybe time to get off my arse ...

i was walking / running around our nice inner bay beach promenande after work has lots of hills, parkland and a beautiful array of football players and athletes working out to keep me interested, but lately ill ive had time for exercise wise is a good 5 k slog on the treadmill and my dance classes .
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