Monday, June 7, 2010

No one wants you when you lose

Monday, June 7, 2010
I'm moving. Again. Like you care. Oh, how I wish you'd care. But you won't care, because not unlike my long defunct "The fuck am I doing this for" list of spin classes blog, this new offering will focus purely on the mentalness of the physical. Working on the basis of write what you'd like people to think you know, The Rider from Cycles Goff (for such is its title) is about, you'll never fucking guess, cycling. Cycling what Gimme does and cycling what Gimme would like to do. Cycling what others do, and cycling what Gimme would like others to do. The posts will be brief but reasonably regular and as I have already mentioned, of no discernible interest whatsoever. They will also reflect my new positive outlook on life which includes a dramatic reduction in both obscenity and cynicism. See? You are totally going to fucking hate it.

The Rider from Cycles Goff may be found here. Cycles Goff does popular social media site here.

Thank you for your readership of Stranded on Gaia, I will be sure to return when I find the time to do something but cycle and watch cycling and think about cycling. And now write about cycling.

11 Johns and Janes for the comment whore:

Manuel said...

you spelt Goth wrong...arf

best of luck with that then...

savannah said...

cheers! xoxo

Conan Drumm said...

So now you're stranded with a bicycle? It's a little paradoxical but comforting at the same time, like a gel saddle.

John Braine said...

A friend of mine has cycling blog you might be interested in:

Red Leeroy said...

If I read this new blog will it improve my cycling ?

Alice said...

yes, i will miss your profanity, but now that my husband is becoming this Triathlon-addict, I might actually lower myself to visit said cycling blog.

(Is it wrong to compare cycling to triathlons? Not sure of the ettiquette there. Anyway, the cycling is his favorite part. If that makes a difference.)

fatmammycat said...

Bon chance, mon ami, cycle hardy and safe.

Cycles Goff said...

Arf, indeed. I have you're changing and changing back of blogs down. If only I could attain your consistency and media profile.

But not your kidney stones.

It did read a little like a toast, didn't it?

You should see my latest saddle. It's so thin I'm not sure it's even there.

John Braine:
Why, thank you. Maybe your friend will be interested in mine.

I doubt it though.

Red Leeroy:
Yes! Immeasurably! Which is a good thing! Apparently!

I'm really enjoying my new positivity.

If cycling is his favourite part he should stop doing the other two loser activities.

Perhaps the etiquette is becoming clearer...

I'll do my very best. I'm sure nothing I'll attempt will be as strenuous or as scary as Crossfit.

fatmammycat said...

Crossfit's not scary, it's like scientology.

stipes said...

best of luck on your ventures.
I can't comment on your new blog, well I can here but not there

Cycles Goff said...

I get a free personality test.

Thank you. I fixed that comment issue. Drop by. Hurl abuse.

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