The Road to London: Nico's Olympic adventure

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    Jun 02, 2012 4:42 AM GMT
    We're 55 days away until the Opening Ceremony of the XXX (lol!) Olympiad in London!

    As many of you know, I'm quite enthusiastic about the Olympics. In fact, Olympic years have often been the best years of my life. This year shall be no different as I keep you posted on all the Olympic activity during my time in London. I can't begin to tell you how excited I am about everything!

    Many of you also know about my background in gymnastics. Surely much of what I post here will be about gymnastics, but I plan to mention other sports of interest while I'm at it. I definitely enjoy watching other sports during the games, so I hope to keep things interesting here.

    Stay tuned for various updates and stories!
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    Jun 02, 2012 4:49 AM GMT
    By the way, I would just like to be upfront and say that I'm not going to the Olympics as an athlete, just as a spectator! I posted a similar message elsewhere and got a number of responses wishing me good luck and cheering me on for team USA, lol! icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jun 02, 2012 5:08 AM GMT
    TL;DR GOOD LUCK! WOW A REALJOCKER IN THE OLYMPICS! DO US PROUD!!




    Seersly tho, this is my first Olympics at RJ. I wonder if it will get crazy and there will be arguing about the judges from different countries. I certainly plan to bitch about the differences between american coverage and canadian coverage, since we usually get both channels here.

    Gymnastics is my favourite event in the summer olympics to watch. Well... not rhythmic. Except for balance beam.. it stresses out my anxious heart.

    I was in gymnastics for 6 years as a kid, in the recreational programs (did not want to compete). Was lots of fun, and had they continued to offer recreational lessons I might be one of those bulgey fit gymnast jocks. maybe!

    I like diving too. The more flips in the event, the bettar.
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    Jun 02, 2012 5:16 AM GMT
    There are not enough words to express my excitement. This seriously is a dream come true for me. I wasn't able to go to any previous Olympics until now. I've been planning this trip for 3 years, so it better kick ass!

    I went through a lot of hell to get gymnastics tickets. Gymnastics is the most popular sport during the Olympics and always the first to sell out. I got tickets for both the men's and women's qualification days, so that means I get to see everybody. I didn't bother with any of the finals because they're a lot more expensive and disappear the fastest. I don't mind watching those online.
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    Jun 02, 2012 5:33 AM GMT
    pocketnico saidI went through a lot of hell to get gymnastics tickets.

    I'm offended that you think of sucking my cock as "going through hell".

    Qualifications are better. You get to see the ones who crashed and got injured, unable to make it to the finals.
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    Jun 02, 2012 5:37 AM GMT
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    pocketnico saidI went through a lot of hell to get gymnastics tickets.

    I'm offended that you think of sucking my cock as "going through hell".

    Qualifications are better. You get to see the ones who crashed and got injured, unable to make it to the finals.


    Bitch, I had to get gagged and face-fucked for those tickets!

    Crashes and injuries can happen anytime: podium training, warm-ups, qualifications, finals. Stuff always happens!

    But yes, at least I get to see EVERYBODY in qualifications. Plus you get to see the wide range of abilities among teams and individual gymnasts.
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    Jun 02, 2012 5:58 AM GMT
    pocketnico said
    SkinnyBitch said
    pocketnico saidI went through a lot of hell to get gymnastics tickets.
    I'm offended that you think of sucking my cock as "going through hell".

    Qualifications are better. You get to see the ones who crashed and got injured, unable to make it to the finals.
    Bitch, I had to get gagged and face-fucked for those tickets!
    NSFW http://i.imgur.com/re0Wq.jpg

    pocketnico saidCrashes and injuries can happen anytime: podium training, warm-ups, qualifications, finals. Stuff always happens!
    But if they crash and die in the qualifications, they won't be in the finals, so you're getting to see more than them.

    pocketnico said Plus you get to see the wide range of abilities among teams and individual gymnasts.
    SkinnyBitch heardPlus you get to see the wide range of musclemen among teams and can perv on individual gymnasts.

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    Jun 03, 2012 12:08 AM GMT
    Are any of you interested in following all the stuff leading to the Olympics? The US Classic took place just last weekend. Next weekend will be the US Championships and finally the Olympic Trials. I'd be happy to cover those!
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    Jun 03, 2012 8:59 AM GMT
    Are you going to meet any London RJ users? I'd suggest a group meet-up but last summer's London one didn't go well.
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    Jun 03, 2012 9:03 AM GMT
    kew1 saidAre you going to meet any London RJ users? I'd suggest a group meet-up but last summer's London one didn't go well.


    Uh well, honestly, I only chat with a few UK users on a regular basis, and they don't live anywhere near London. Even those who do, I'm not sure if any of them plan to attend any Olympic events?

    I am open to any possible meet-ups. If anyone's going to any of the gymnastics competitions, definitely let me know! However, I'll be frank in saying that the Olympics are by far my biggest priority on this trip, so I won't be revolving my schedule around others, lol.
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    Jun 04, 2012 7:07 AM GMT
    kew1 saidAre you going to meet any London RJ users? I'd suggest a group meet-up but last summer's London one didn't go well.


    well to be honest there was hardly a groundswell of enthusiasm. All to british.
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    Jun 04, 2012 7:11 AM GMT
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    kew1 saidAre you going to meet any London RJ users? I'd suggest a group meet-up but last summer's London one didn't go well.


    well to be honest there was hardly a groundswell of enthusiasm. All to british.


    An RJ meetup must be North American rubbish.
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    Jun 04, 2012 7:33 AM GMT
    GonzoTheGreat said
    kew1 saidAre you going to meet any London RJ users? I'd suggest a group meet-up but last summer's London one didn't go well.


    well to be honest there was hardly a groundswell of enthusiasm. All to british.

    There was early enthusiasm, then it died. I think I was the only person who turned up , or I couldn't work out who was from RJ at Hyde Park Corner, one of London's busiest places.icon_smile.gif