Posts Tagged ‘funny shit’

  • Becoming A Modern Dirtbag by James Lucas

    Aug 22, 16 • 6923 Views • Locations1 Comment

    Every day 500,000 outdoor enthusiasts* put on a pair of rock shoes for the first time. But with every new climber joining the tribe, differentiating yourself from the rest of the pack becomes more difficult. by James “Peaches” Lucas. Spoiler...

  • A Truly Stolen Chimney, Hilarity on Ancient Art

    Oct 18, 15 • 2303 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    True climbing encourages bravery and induces suffering. It’s at the heart of the endeavor, and all seasoned climbers recognize this. For most of us it creates a foundation of who we are, builds our character and gives us life philosophies. For most of time...

  • Straight Outta Squampton

    Sep 8, 15 • 1559 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I’ve got a confession to make people: I haven’t seen “Straight Outta Compton” yet. Like many hip-hop fans I’ve been excited about this movie since the project was announced, but when it was released I was up north in the land of Drake, not Dr. Dre....

  • The Language of Bromance

    Jul 29, 14 • 4161 Views • Locations2 Comments

    The Climbing Zine’s guide to helping men and women understand the complexities of the ever increasing bromance. bromance: A bond between men, in a non-sexual way, that often revolves around sports or debauchery. Affection is often shown in a comedic way,...

  • Seth Adams on Negotiating Rest Days and Relationship Building

    Jun 3, 14 • 2851 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    I’d been reading a book on relationships. It suggests not to spring things on your partner; that if you have bad news you should give your partner time to digest it. I cleared my throat. “Neale,” I started nervously, “I think I need a...

  • Who is Famous and What Is Hard? with Seth Adams

    May 7, 14 • 4451 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    It was 2004 and Kelly Cordes and Josh Wharton had just climbed the Azeem Ridge on Great Trango Tower in Pakistan, which was the longest rock route yet climbed in the world, and a very impressive accomplishment. We were sitting around at my friend Jeff’s...

  • Hear Mehall On The Dirtbag Diaries

    Mar 13, 14 • 2436 Views • DirtbaggingNo Comments

    Publisher of The Climbing Zine, Luke Mehall, follows his dreams, no matter how absurd. Recently the Dirtbag Diaries podcast asked him to tell a story about a unique trip to Yosemite, which involved climbing El Cap, and one other unusual adventure.  Visit The...

  • New Shirts: Spread Your Legs And Trust The Rubber

    Nov 25, 13 • 3320 Views • Gear2 Comments

    “Spread your legs and trust the rubber,” it’s an old climbing saying, I first heard in Joshua Tree many years ago. We aren’t the first to use it, and probably not even the first to put it on a t-shirt, but what the hell, we figured,...