Walking Across Wales in a Straight Line (trespassing)

Discussion in 'Wales/Cymru' started by toblerone3, Jul 31, 2019.

  1. Celyn

    Celyn Well-Known Member

    Ah, but we have lochs with monsters in them. :D
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  2. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    Oh, he's literally just said while trying to get through thick hedgerow "if this was summer, I wouldn't be able to get through this, that's why I did it in winter" :oops:
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  3. toblerone3

    toblerone3 Grrrrr

    Holy shit 400,000 views in one night on Episode Three :eek: (just watching now).
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  4. weltweit

    weltweit Well-Known Member

    Can you post a link to e3 pls?
  5. existentialist

    existentialist The sausages need an explanation

    Last edited: Aug 6, 2019
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  6. joustmaster

    joustmaster offcumdun

    The youtube algorithm is great isn't it. Loads of people have mentioned this.

    AI worked out that its what people want.

    That and a bald guy visiting ex soviet counties.
  7. ddraig

    ddraig dros ben llestri

    someone has, on this very thread!!
  8. weltweit

    weltweit Well-Known Member

    Yes. ta, found it and am watching it now.
  9. skyscraper101

    skyscraper101 0891 50 50 50

    You’d have thought gloves would’ve been an obvious choice. I really don’t get why he didn’t pack any.

    Other than that, I like his style. He seems like someone I’d get along with.
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  10. tim

    tim Well-Known Member

    The bald guy doesn't half repeat himself a lot: smug git.
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  11. Miss-Shelf

    Miss-Shelf I'll meet you further on up the road

    I'm looking forward to Ep 3 when I get some wifi

    I thought if him today when i took my boots off to wade through a small burn at embleton bay and the trepidation I felt not knowing how deep it was (it was just over my knees :oldthumbsup:) - kudos for him swimming a lake!:eek:
  12. Part 2

    Part 2 bizarre wanking accident

    This is a great laugh. The sort of thing I did a lot as a kid, sneaking around other peoples land, making dens and fires, rumours of farmers with shotguns etc.

    Made me wonder what I'd have put on Youtube if it was about then. Garden hopping probably.
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  13. gawkrodger

    gawkrodger Well-Known Member

    new episode!

  14. toblerone3

    toblerone3 Grrrrr

    Some real thick Welsh jungle and mountain cliffs in Ep 4. Its one thing being able to climb a cliff face when you are a climber, fully skilled, fed and rested and quite another when it comes in bad weather and you are malnourished in the middle of a very tough multi-day yomp and you are carry a backpack.
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2019
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  15. Part 2

    Part 2 bizarre wanking accident

    Funny as it is...unless he's putting it on, at times I think he might just be a bit of an idiot. The canoeing across the lake without a life jacket and the climb in those conditions are pretty reckless. I did wonder who'd have to pick up the pieces of he'd got into trouble in the lake or fell and seriously injured himself.

    Still, as he said, more views.
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  16. skyscraper101

    skyscraper101 0891 50 50 50

    Plus he's still scrambling over barbed wire fences and thorny bushes with no gloves on :facepalm: his poor hands. He should've got the girlfriend to at least bring him some hard-wearing gardening gloves or something, anything.
  17. Duncan2

    Duncan2 Well-Known Member

    He is also filming himself busting through farmer's fences and hedges? (no doubt Welsh farmers are a charitable lot so they probably wouldn't see that as er criminal-damage or anything.:thumbs:)
  18. existentialist

    existentialist The sausages need an explanation

    TBF, he's filming himself being quite careful not to damage or destroy, in particular, fences. His biggest worry with wobbly fences seems to be not that he might fall off them, but that he might break them.
  19. Duncan2

    Duncan2 Well-Known Member

    Yes I agree-the real problem is the parlous state of farmer's gates ,fences and hedges which very frequently won't sustain even the most careful intruder clambering on top of them.I know this from extensive personal experience btw.
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