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March 30, 2009

MAKES SENSE TO US

French pole vaulting champion Romain Mesnil runs naked through Paris to attract new sponsor

(Thanks to Ralph)

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EWWWW.

Clearly, this link and the video should be sent to the CEO of Trojan™.

Inspector Clouseau,perhaps?

Showing off his pole, eh?

*wonders if it is painful for men to run nakid*

NotSherly - depends how cold it is.

NotSherly, I'm assuming that would depend on several factors. Let's ask the guys...

Guys??

Duh!

Naked Pole Vaulting would be a good way to get those Olympic ratings up...so to speak.

I'm betting the French army surrendered immediately.

DPC, It was so hard to tell, what with that pesky black box and all.

NotSherly, I'm assuming that would depend on several factors. Let's ask the guys...

Guys??

If you're running because her husband came home early, yes it would hurt.

Where exactly would a sponsor put its ad?

Shouldn't pole be used in a pleural sense? I mean technically he was running with more than one pole. I'm just saying.

It's like there's a double entendre in there somewhere.

Shouldn't pole be used in a pleural sense?

His pleural sac is full of eels?

Been a nurse too long Horace. Of course it should read "Shouldn't pole be used in a plural sense." If you're talking about the lungs it would be pleural as in , "You have a pleural effusion." Sorry.

Hey, Cindy, it was funny. That's the only criterion around here. Running naked with your pole is the most common cause of pleurisy.

As someone who runs frequently (and I think my fellow guy runners would agree with me on this), it's hard enough to keep everything in one place when you're wearing running shorts. But naked? Yikes. Count me out.

Yeah, but would he do THIS naked?

Horace ... if Running naked with your pole is the most common cause of pleurisy. ... then, how do gals contract pleu ... um ... nevermind ...

His pleural sac is full of eels? *Snork*

How is the old hovercraft, anyway, Horace?

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