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    Apparently I'm alone in not being bothered by cyclists enjoying breakfast in their lycra? I can't say I get close enough to endure the smell of their butt cracks, or their ball sacks for it to bother me.

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    Boardshorts preference here.

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    Does anyone remember an Olympic runner called Matt Shirvington? Would have been the 96 or 00 games. He was one of the first to wear the Lycra one piece suits and was rather well-endowed. There was a certain 'bounce' to his running style.

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    Default Men who wear speedos

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    Wow Im surprised!

    In France most pools only allow speedos actually. So men can NOT wear swim shorts or whatever you call them :-)

    I dont mind them at all. We see as much of the female body through a swim suit... So if it's good enough for us it's good enough for them.
    No body shaming!
    I have to agree with this - speedos are a very European trend though. My husband (Russian) wears them all the time (not the budgy smuggler types but the little boy short types if that makes sense). Most people in Australia (according to my comprehensive survey) find them offensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Does anyone remember an Olympic runner called Matt Shirvington? Would have been the 96 or 00 games. He was one of the first to wear the Lycra one piece suits and was rather well-endowed. There was a certain 'bounce' to his running style.
    Yeah Matt Long schlong lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    Apparently I'm alone in not being bothered by cyclists enjoying breakfast in their lycra? I can't say I get close enough to endure the smell of their butt cracks, or their ball sacks for it to bother me.

    Yep, and it's much preferable to them doing it naked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla View Post
    Yep, and it's much preferable to them doing it naked.
    I'd rather them be in the café naked; this would allow sweaty-balls' scent to evaporate, rather than pool and "develop"!!!

    I've heard café-owners get sh!tty with cyclists; apparently they sit for hours drinking their chai lattes or green teas, NOT ordering food, and taking up seats from other customers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    I'd rather them be in the café naked; this would allow sweaty-balls' scent to evaporate, rather than pool and "develop"!!!

    I've heard café-owners get sh!tty with cyclists; apparently they sit for hours drinking their chai lattes or green teas, NOT ordering food, and taking up seats from other customers.

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    And cafe owners get annoyed at mother's groups for the same thing. I generally see cyclists sitting down to eat breakfast...lots of bacon and eggs. If any group of people are sitting down for hours only drinking cups of tea then it's up to the shop owner to deal with it. As a patron, it's not my concern.

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    Just a question about the male cyclists in Lycra - how are they different to a woman visiting a coffee shop in activewear after the gym? My sweaty crack would be just as much on display in a pair of Lorna Jane tights as in cycling shorts!

    I don't like men in Speedoes or Cycling shorts either and my DH is a boardies man who wouldn't be caught dead in either. I don't know why but to me Lycra is just wrong on men, maybe it is because of the junk?

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