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Randomness01

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Hey just joined the forums, wondering if any of you know where i could buy a cup in the UK, just started playing properly and i'm 16 so gotta look after em if you get me.
Otherwise i just wear the usual with a mouthguard thanks
 
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melon

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Hey just joined the forums, wondering if any of you know where i could buy a cup in the UK, just started playing properly and i'm 16 so gotta look after em if you get me.
Otherwise i just wear the usual with a mouthguard thanks [/b]
You want to wear a cup whilst playing rugby?

Maybe you have been watching too much gridiron...
 
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USA_Rugby

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<div class='quotemain'> Hey just joined the forums, wondering if any of you know where i could buy a cup in the UK, just started playing properly and i'm 16 so gotta look after em if you get me.
Otherwise i just wear the usual with a mouthguard thanks [/b]
You want to wear a cup whilst playing rugby?

Maybe you have been watching too much gridiron...
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Oh my god, not again!


So what if you run 0.000001 % slower wearing a cup, it's worth it to protect your manhood.

There's nothing manly about not having testicles.
 
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USB

Guest
<div class='quotemain'>
<div class='quotemain'> Hey just joined the forums, wondering if any of you know where i could buy a cup in the UK, just started playing properly and i'm 16 so gotta look after em if you get me.
Otherwise i just wear the usual with a mouthguard thanks [/b]
You want to wear a cup whilst playing rugby?

Maybe you have been watching too much gridiron...
[/b][/quote]

Oh my god, not again!


So what if you run 0.000001 % slower wearing a cup, it's worth it to protect your manhood.

There's nothing manly about not having testicles. [/b][/quote]

It seems ridiculous to want to wear a cup. I have never heard or seen of someone wanting to wear one in my life. Wear cycle/running shorts to keep everything in but honestly there is no need for a cup
 
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USA_Rugby

Guest
<div class='quotemain'> <div class='quotemain'>
<div class='quotemain'> Hey just joined the forums, wondering if any of you know where i could buy a cup in the UK, just started playing properly and i'm 16 so gotta look after em if you get me.
Otherwise i just wear the usual with a mouthguard thanks [/b]
You want to wear a cup whilst playing rugby?

Maybe you have been watching too much gridiron...
[/b][/quote]

Oh my god, not again!


So what if you run 0.000001 % slower wearing a cup, it's worth it to protect your manhood.

There's nothing manly about not having testicles. [/b][/quote]

It seems ridiculous to want to wear a cup. I have never heard or seen of someone wanting to wear one in my life. Wear cycle/running shorts to keep everything in but honestly there is no need for a cup
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It's not to "keep everything in." It's to protect your balls in case you get hit there.


Give me one good reason why you shouldn't wear a cup...
 
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HarryPeters

Guest
A mouth guard and thats it.

I'm thinking of getting some of those undershorts, just to see what they do.
 
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Randomness01

Guest
1) groin abrasion
2) hinders movement
3) this is rugby, not tiddlywinks
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haha well considering i've already lost one, to a rugby accident...
 
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allblacksfreak

Guest
Just a shoulder pad, and mouthguard if needed... I like to play the way you play it in the islands.. barefoot and barechested if possible... I don't even like the long socks.. oh and I know my sig has me with a scrum cap, but that's only because my coach said I won't be allowed out without them, its pretty smart when u were concussed 2 days before..
 
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Steve-o

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Just a shoulder pad, and mouthguard if needed... I like to play the way you play it in the islands.. barefoot and barechested if possible... I don't even like the long socks.. oh and I know my sig has me with a scrum cap, but that's only because my coach said I won't be allowed out without them, its pretty smart when u were concussed 2 days before..
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Lol you have quite an obscure understanding of the word 'smart'
 
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