Seems simple enough. As I straddle my bike preparing to ride with my teammates from the Spokes Group, I ponder this word choice. For the next twenty-four hours, riders of all ages, abilities, sizes, shapes and connections to cancer will ride around the nearly three mile, tree-lined loop. Back with my riding partners I look around to see a scene familiar to anyone who has ever started a bike race. Brightly colored jerseys bunched together. Nervous chatter. But this time things are a little different. Instead of bike shops sponsors on jerseys, there are pictures of young kids like Camden Kibler who died of Leukemia as an infant.
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The biking event which hosts more than participants pedaling for 24 hours to raise money for the Ulman Cancer Fund and cancer research will be held on August from 2 p. Riders are able to participate individually or on a team and will have access to a campground or "Bootyville" to hang, relax, grill, and maybe take a little nap when not on the bike. Local fitness favorite REV Spin Studio will have a team at the event led by team captain and director of operations Nick Rodricks—and they are ready to ride for the cause. It's a good opportunity to get out of the studio and set some goals for a great cause. Treason Toting Co.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines the term "Booty-Call" as a slang word that means " a communication such as a phone call or text message by which a person arranges a sexual encounter with someone". I thought it was the other way around. I mean, that was the central theme of the film of the same name. Not that Hollywood always gets things right! Yes, "booty call" generally refers to a woman requesting sex from a man, which is supposed to be a new and "modern" phenomenon yes, it's really happened since the beginning of time. A man's request for casual gratification generally goes by its old, traditional name of "proposition. The phrase originated in a comedic routine by stand-up comedian Bill Bellamy in the early s. Not so! I recall this expression being frequently used when I was in the U.