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2012-05-05 09:50:36 AM
Who picks the crappy music in all these videos?
 
2012-05-05 09:58:00 AM
I bet the one in Tokyo is insane.
 
2012-05-05 10:04:46 AM
I'm signed up for it. I love these things. The assault courses were my favorite thing to do in Basic.
 
2012-05-05 10:12:49 AM
My guild leader competed in the Arizona one earlier this year.
 
2012-05-05 10:18:10 AM
Meh, Just looks like a typical night in (insert third world country name here)
 
2012-05-05 10:24:06 AM
Yeah that and the Run For Your Lives (zombie themed) things look so freaking fun. Come to western new york.
 
2012-05-05 11:12:07 AM

Dinobot: My guild leader competed in the Arizona one earlier this year.


You know, if you don't provide any context to a statement that starts with "My guild leader..." it sounds really weird.

The Navigator's Guild?
The Mining Guild?
The Lollipop Guild?
Are you from the 13th century?
 
2012-05-05 11:44:26 AM
Wait... are those ICE CUBES at around :45?
Oh HELL no.

/looks cool, though
 
2012-05-05 12:06:56 PM
My brother in law did one last year. After listening to his stories, I have tons of respect for the folks that do those, but I don't think I will ever want to do it myself.

As far as he was concerned, the worst parts were the ice cube slush and the electric wires, both things I have no desire to put myself through.
 
2012-05-05 12:09:41 PM

Tank_Fuzzbutt: Who picks the crappy music in all these videos?


LOL. I had the same thought. I skipped ahead and it didn't seem to get any better.
 
2012-05-05 12:20:37 PM
That looks fun.

Don't forget you signed a death waiver.

/confidence course was lame.
 
2012-05-05 12:23:31 PM
The biggest problem with these things are the ridiculous lines to get into every challenge. I did the zombie run last year and we spent more time standing and waiting than we did running. Granted that wasn't too bad because I was in terrible shape.
 
2012-05-05 01:02:13 PM
For some people mud playing, wearing skirts, or being in confined places are sexual fetishes.

I wonder if a large percent of participants are "kinked" in this way. It might be sorta like a straight guy showing up at some innocent sounding event only to find that most participants openly gay and many were there to make "new friends".
 
2012-05-05 01:19:25 PM
I would be all over this sort of thing, though I know I'd be swimming in all of the upper body stuff like the rings and monkey bars.

/I also might have to skip the ice bath one.
//No surer way to start an asthma attack.
///Sometimes I think I was the butt of a joke when I was born "Lets make him love endurance athletics and then give him the lungs of an 80 year old!"
 
2012-05-05 01:23:40 PM

pudding7: Dinobot: My guild leader competed in the Arizona one earlier this year.

You know, if you don't provide any context to a statement that starts with "My guild leader..." it sounds really weird.

The Navigator's Guild?
The Mining Guild?
The Lollipop Guild?
Are you from the 13th century?


You'd better hope that it isn't the Assassins' Guild.
 
2012-05-05 02:19:25 PM

pudding7: Dinobot: My guild leader competed in the Arizona one earlier this year.

You know, if you don't provide any context to a statement that starts with "My guild leader..." it sounds really weird.

The Navigator's Guild?
The Mining Guild?
The Lollipop Guild?
Are you from the 13th century?


Sir, you owe me a new keyboard.
 
2012-05-05 02:33:13 PM

pudding7: Dinobot: My guild leader competed in the Arizona one earlier this year.

You know, if you don't provide any context to a statement that starts with "My guild leader..." it sounds really weird.

The Navigator's Guild?
The Mining Guild?
The Lollipop Guild?
Are you from the 13th century?


My wow guild leader.

/feathermoon represent
//csb
 
2012-05-05 02:40:51 PM

Caluth: Meh, Just looks like a typical night in (insert third world country name here) Louisiana.


/from New Orleans. Looks like fun.
 
2012-05-05 03:23:25 PM
A guy thatI work with did one last year in VT. You can go to their website and view the courses and they usually have one or two 'mystery' obstacles. He said last years mystery was that you had to jump into a huge vat on maple syrup and then get out and roll around in wood chips..
 
2012-05-05 03:44:22 PM

HairBolus: For some people mud playing, wearing skirts, or being in confined places are sexual fetishes.

I wonder if a large percent of participants are "kinked" in this way. It might be sorta like a straight guy showing up at some innocent sounding event only to find that most participants openly gay and many were there to make "new friends".


Don't be stupid.
 
2012-05-05 03:47:09 PM
Mudders?

www.distributedrepublic.net
 
2012-05-05 04:32:48 PM

Smackledorfer: HairBolus: For some people mud playing, wearing skirts, or being in confined places are sexual fetishes.

I wonder if a large percent of participants are "kinked" in this way. It might be sorta like a straight guy showing up at some innocent sounding event only to find that most participants openly gay and many were there to make "new friends".


Don't be stupid.


That is generally good advice when you are among a group of people into kinky bonding. However can you mention any seemingly innocent things such as wearing a handkerchief in particular manner that is taken more as a sign rather than a personal fashion statement. Is there some code involved in wearing kilts or wetsuits? and are dildos involved?
 
2012-05-05 05:12:32 PM
I could do this. If I wasn't a smoking, overweight, 39 year old pussy.
 
2012-05-05 06:37:03 PM
This looks like a lot of fun.
i'd be torn between training for a few weeks, and going in w/ no training at all and seeing what I could do.
 
2012-05-05 07:52:26 PM
That looks like fun. Reminds me of our 7 mile 'no bridge' runs in college.

/would still probably die during it
 
2012-05-05 11:11:18 PM
Death Waiver?

upload.wikimedia.org

Yeah, you signed one.
 
2012-05-06 07:18:41 AM

HairBolus: Smackledorfer: HairBolus: For some people mud playing, wearing skirts, or being in confined places are sexual fetishes.

I wonder if a large percent of participants are "kinked" in this way. It might be sorta like a straight guy showing up at some innocent sounding event only to find that most participants openly gay and many were there to make "new friends".

Don't be stupid.

That is generally good advice when you are among a group of people into kinky bonding. However can you mention any seemingly innocent things such as wearing a handkerchief in particular manner that is taken more as a sign rather than a personal fashion statement. Is there some code involved in wearing kilts or wetsuits? and are dildos involved?


So are you a troll or do you think everything you are afraid of is 'kinked'.
 
2012-05-06 08:35:59 AM
So hipsterism has come to the point of trying to make basic training cool?
 
2012-05-06 05:29:54 PM

InfrasonicTom: So hipsterism has come to the point of trying to make basic training cool?


2/10. I LOL'd.
 
2012-05-06 07:07:24 PM
Band name: Death Waiver (or Death Waver)
 
2012-05-06 08:33:31 PM
It looks like a lot of fun until you see the registration costs.
 
2012-05-06 10:47:38 PM
That video was from Sunday. I ran on Saturday.

12 miles. 27 obstacles. 1 beer.
 
2012-05-07 01:17:53 PM
I did the Wisconsin event last year as a 42yo out of shape doofus. The other members of my team were all runners and thought this sounded like a great way to spend a saturday. All i cared about was finishing, which i did, and i did every obstacle.

The wires are no joke. The first couple felt like little zap tickles, and I thought 'this isn't so bad' and i got the big mama shock. i heard yelling and laughter and was thinking 'who left the tv on' when i realized that i was face first is some really stinky mud with a very sore shoulder. Another member of the team had a similar experience and had hiccups for the next 11 hours.

I'll do another one, it was a blast.
 
2012-05-07 10:39:00 PM
What? No thwamps?!

t2.gstatic.com

/what good is a death waver if you don't have a little fun with it?
 
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