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    Thumbs up Am I the only one that likes mountain climbing?

    I can say for certain that the mountains healed me. I took up mountain climbing after a good friend of mine (a wonderful lady, to say the least) talked me into giving it a go. She helped me learn the ropes. I was very fragile and weak, not to mention my premature ejaculation issues. Before this whole alpinism thing, I couldn't maintain a relationship to save my life. Now I know that my body got stronger, I feel healthier and tougher. All physical activity and mountain climbing, in particular, is a universal remedy. By the way, me and that girl got together eventually! That was the story I wanted to share with you, thanks for reading. Does anyone else think that mountain climbing is badass?
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    Wow, I can't believe how similar our stories are! We must be twin sons by different mothers. I had a severe case of erectile dysfunction until I took up mountain climbing. But it cured my ED so completely I had to stop after just a couple of months because the exhilaration of climbing was giving me a giant woody, and my enormous erection kept pushing me off the rock face.

    Once I tried wrapping my flaccid Johnson around my waist (before I got titillated by the climb) and securing it with gorilla tape. Which worked great until I broke a sweat, at which point the tape turned loose, my engorged member popped free, struck the rock face and -- wouldn't you know it -- the gorilla tape stuck to the granite!! If you've never applied gorilla tape to granite, you can't imagine how tightly it clings. The worst part was having to wait for mountain rescue to come find me hanging by my stacking swivel.

    In the end I had to give it up because it was causing so many major falls I couldn't afford to keep replacing the ropes (expensive buggers, aren't they?).
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicnice65 View Post
    I can say for certain that the mountains healed me. I took up mountain climbing after a good friend of mine (a wonderful lady, to say the least) talked me into giving it a go. She helped me learn the ropes. I was very fragile and weak, not to mention my premature ejaculation issues. Before this whole alpinism thing, I couldn't maintain a relationship to save my life. Now I know that my body got stronger, I feel healthier and tougher. All physical activity and mountain climbing, in particular, is a universal remedy. By the way, me and that girl got together eventually! That was the story I wanted to share with you, thanks for reading. Does anyone else think that mountain climbing is badass?
    Congrats with the girl!

    No, afraid of heights, falling & dying, lol.

    I’m looking forward to watching the movie “Free Solo”, got it on the DVR.

    Welcome to the forum.

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    Holy F! Free Solo was INSANE!
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    I had similar issues, that was a bloody awful time in my life. I don't think there's anything worse than this. I just gotta thank my friend for being there for me and giving me a way out, so to speak. tadalift.net/generic-cialis-for-sale/

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