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  1. I get the impression I'd rather not know, but what is the saville way of doing a marathon?
  2. I'm a bit torn on this one. I know his fastest trial time I think was 5hr45 and the slowest marathon was around 9 hours. So even his fastest could be considered a very brisk walk. But he did do these distances in succession without any training and he wasn't very fit, so its probably the equivalent of me doing a few marathons in a row at 3:30 so he deserves some credit I think.
  3. Still trying to work out what the t says, is it "life cunts"?
  4. "My twin sister just blanked me and pretended to look at her watch....the cunt"
  5. Personal favourites: Joe Rogan experience Louder with Crowder Hardcore histories Infinity monkey cage
  6. Can confirm this. When I drank in my twenties I rarely dreamt, now I don't drink and have very vivid dreams. Also often I can recall dreams from days or even weeks before
  7. These are the varieties I use and always come out perfect. Also @One percent, on the potatoes going in the bin if you overcook.... All you have to do is stick a fork in a few of them at a time while boiling. You want them to slowly slide off the fork when held up, that means they're done. While we're on the subject of perfect roasts. My new one that I've discovered (and I can't believe I've been butchering red meat all this time) is to cook your (red meat) joints "low and slow". Take a 0.8-2kg piece of red meat (on beef ideally rump, but sirloin, or like me today fillet as it's on promo at Morrisons). Set your oven as high as it will possibly go. Rub salt and pepper all over the joint Place in oven for 15 minutes Drop the temperature down to 60 degrees (most ovens don't record 60 so you have to estimate). Leave for 9-12 hours. (Really this is about tenderness). This will give you a beautiful pictures pink inside and a cm of grey on the outside. You can do this with lamg leg but suggest a slightly higher temperature if you don't want it too pink. This is what I'm doing up on a sunday morning!
  8. Sorry Joe, back OT: Some good advice here, maybe go see a dentist first?
  9. Had to be outdoors for me or it makes very little difference to my mood. I've been doing 10k a day on a treadmil for most of winter and on Monday I was feeling pretty sketchy/anxious about all sorts of things. MIL came round for dinner and she suggested she came early just so I could have an hour to myself for a change (had packed in alot with the kids over the long weekend). Went for an outdoor run, nothing spectacular, just 45 mins or so but I ran like I had a purpose. Felt like a new man after and every day since I've swapped the treadmil to get outdoors. There's something psychologically draining about running on a treadmil, maybe that you're not going anywhere?
  10. Don't worry. Probably just a touch of superaids.
  11. Deep breathing and CBD oil for me if stressed during the working day or a 5mile run @ 7min mile when not working gets me right as rain.
  12. Only happens to me when I'm particularly stressed about something. I'll wake up and I've been having a nightmare about not breathing and I wake up and take an enormous breath but I can't immediately take it, has to be shallow breaths for a while. There's plenty of mask machines you can buy but that might be OTT, and not ideal if you've got a lady round (I'm sure @The Masked Tulip can suggest a kinky-osphixy-wank way around that though )