Taking the piss is slang, and not anything do with actually peeing.Slang or slur?
P.S. Taking the piss is a rather natural thing that we often do. Still no special need to mention it while people eat. I went to the loo usually works just fine. But don't forget to wash your hands after.
I don’t think so. I think what I saw was battle to win TDF. As was Colombier stage. I do not think plan A was to wait for TT to take yellow and it definatey wasn’t plan A to get to final TT a minute behind Roglič.@bNator
Your evidence or better claim didn't went against my claim at all. That is if plan A was not to get dropped, not to take yellow and to finish it off on TT. Then Roglič beating Pogačar on one stage and Pogačar not feeling happy about it doesn't prove my claim is wrong. As the plan all along was for Pogačar to not get dropped. As then all hopes for winning overall would be lost. And on that stage yellow was more or less out of reach too. Unless Roglič would get dropped. In that case obviously plan A would bare fruit before TT. Still ongoing plan A. What you have seen on that stage was a battle for some prestige.
Not to be confused with taking a well-known Disney mouse.An alternate slang phrase could be "taking the mickey":
https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=taking the mickey
(a way of saying the same thing without using the word 'piss' but it's not used as much nowadays).
He doesn't like Froome he hypes Nibali too much on GCN
Another big name confirming it's not really about the Tour. It's all about the hug.
He could eat a few more off-season sandwiches to recover, don't you think? That drink looks as good as the weather. Especially when it's 40 something and raining hard here. I do wonder where he gets surf shorts branded from New York?Newlyweds on honeymoon, location unknown, but looks nice
Yeah, it’s discomforting to see the GC guys with their shirts off, especially by the end of a grand tour. They could go trick-or-treating without any additional costume and be scary!I think he looks ok. Ok, as far as a world class professional cyclist is concerned. Imagine how skinny other GC riders would look. You often hear people on this forum say how Primož looks like a bodybuilder on the bike compared to other climbers. It makes you think, how skinny pro cyclists really are.
I think he's gradually dropped fat over the years, but also that especially in 2020 they had jerseys that somehow just accentuated what little bicep muscle he had.I think he looks ok. Ok, as far as a world class professional cyclist is concerned. Imagine how skinny other GC riders would look. You often hear people on this forum say how Primož looks like a bodybuilder on the bike compared to other climbers. It makes you think, how skinny pro cyclists really are.