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When it comes to injuring your shin..

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One injury can lead to another..

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Apparently I now have the shins of a 90 year old lady, whoopie.

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But at least you have grown in the last 3 years.

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I was more thinking that the rock on your windowsill hasn't moved in that time, but the colour of the window sill has :P

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Amazing to think he's been stuck in that chair since they stitched him to it though.

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Ph...its a rock. I thought it was a slice of pizza he was hanging onto maybe for sentimental reasons!

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Reclined to f**k.

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I wouldn't be putting my wounded leg anywhere near that sill.

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Looks like you've used Bings porch to make a sill.

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At some point along the way my desk area turned into a chemistry lab/shed and one day the poor rock got attacked with mineral acid. The black shit is just copper and antimony nanoparticles so bacteria won't have much chance of thriving there :)

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I've only cut my shins twice in 15 years and not very badly either - am I doing something wrong? Everybody else seems to have shins that look like they've been repeatedly hit with an axe.

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I've only cut my shins twice in 15 years and not very badly either - am I doing something wrong? Everybody else seems to have shins that look like they've been repeatedly hit with an axe.

maybe not doing anything wrong, I just try things that I have a slim chance of succeeding and fall off a lot. I also run caged pedals, which are pretty menacing on the shins. It depends on a lot of factors. How often do you ride?

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How often do you ride?

Only twice the past 15 years :P

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am I doing something wrong?

Not pointing your toes upwards enough.

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Sorry to point the massive elephant in the room but here's a little puzzle to drop it subtly:

Helmets protect your head,

Gloves protect your hands,

Condoms protect your willy,

Shinpads protect your ______.

(hint: it's not willy)

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oh!, nice pic for shin protector promo)

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