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    I used to be very sporty so it was quite a blow

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    yeah i had to give up sport for a couple of years.. due illness.. still still affects me now but i have learn to push thru the pain or play thru lost of feel in my left arm..

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    I just can't play. Doctor's orders.

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    I won the track and field events for 4 years running in primary school, excelled at swimming (averaged 3rd place in every race I was in), was the goalie for our school soccer team and we went to state championships, used to play touch footy and tennis as well. Not allowed to do any of it except swimming... It sucks, but I find other ways to get exercise too.

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    I played Striker for my soccer team, I was captain. You understand how devastating it is Ange

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    What do you do when you fall in love? Oh girls, love is such a tough subject.

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    About 10 year ago i was diagnosed with Ross River Fever and has effected me in many ways as i have lost most of my friends due to being sick with this health issue it was only for Greyhound Racing that has keep me going as before I was a active person played a bit of sport and worked a fulltime job. Going back greyhound racing i have been involved in highs and lows and last year was a big low as i was nearly forced out of the sport that i have enjoyed the for past 10 years. Now I look at at myself and say dont let these idiots force you out causing you stress. Enjoy Life, live for the moment and stop worrying about what people think just do it. So what im getting at is just live your life and take a bit of risk from time to time. The good news this year for me is that i have started doing more activites which has improved my health and enjoy my life a lot better. Cheers Dougie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    I played Striker for my soccer team, I was captain. You understand how devastating it is Ange
    Yup, it sucks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    What do you do when you fall in love? Oh girls, love is such a tough subject.
    LOL in my case you get married - I don't think it will work for you though! What's going on Dis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougie View Post
    About 10 year ago i was diagnosed with Ross River Fever and has effected me in many ways as i have lost most of my friends due to being sick with this health issue it was only for Greyhound Racing that has keep me going as before I was a active person played a bit of sport and worked a fulltime job. Going back greyhound racing i have been involved in highs and lows and last year was a big low as i was nearly forced out of the sport that i have enjoyed the for past 10 years. Now I look at at myself and say dont let these idiots force you out causing you stress. Enjoy Life, live for the moment and stop worrying about what people think just do it. So what im getting at is just live your life and take a bit of risk from time to time. The good news this year for me is that i have started doing more activites which has improved my health and enjoy my life a lot better. Cheers Dougie
    Brilliant advice Dougie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharoo View Post
    BMX is on a Push Bike-
    http://civilclothing.com/blog/wp-con...hoffman6_i.jpg

    I'd say try and learn but bruises aren't a hot look for chicks..lol
    I have many scars from learning tricks on mine..lol

    Back to topic- Boys suck..lol
    I would avoid them for as long as possible..

    Don't be jerked around by them. If they aren't interested there are Plenty more available who would want and make the effort for you and when its the right one it will just happen ( I know everyone says it but I am proof, I was single for a whole year before randomly hooking up with a mate of mine and its all working out pretty good )

    OMG and girls stop wishing you were older!!!
    I was pregnant at 16 and missed out on my carefree teen years and I hear all the things my friends were up to at the time and an pretty envious.
    Instead of Whinging, try and make it the best time you can!!

    I disagree, bruises look hot on chicks
    Yes. BMX is hard and you fall down alot. There is no time for embarrisment when your on a bike! I have a drop in named after me at the skatepark "The Demi Drop in" Of which the first drop in I ever did and the wheel kinked and I landed on my @rse.. :/
    When I go to the skatepark, the boys always tease me about it and are like "hey daniel, dont do the DEMI DROP IN" lol

    But I tell them I am buffer then them, so it makes me feel better xD

    PFFT! You girls wish you were OLDER?
    Yes. I am going to admit I cried on both my 14th and 15th birthdays because I wanted to say the fresh and young age of 13yrs old I feel like a 12yr old in a 15yr olds body. I want to be a little kid! LOL
    I remember what a blow it was when I want on the little playgrounds at Mc.Donalds and the sign says 0-11yr-olds and some worker came out and told me I was too old
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