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#1 2010-01-02 17:18:25

knightdriver007
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Españoles?/Spanish members?

Hola, acabo de llegar a este foro y me gustaría saber si existe una comunidad amplia de españoles en él interesados en el mundo del shoulder riding, quizá alguien conozca comunidades españolas de gente con estas inquietudes, contactos (femeninos) para poder practicar, etc. Gracias y un saludo.

Hello, i've just registered in this forum and i would like to know if there are spanish people interested in shoulder riding here, who could tell me about spanish communities, (female) contacts to practice shoulder riding at Spain, etc. Thanks.

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#2 2010-01-04 00:26:44

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

¡Hola!
Foros en español no he ubicado.

Hi!
I didn't find spanish foro

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#3 2010-01-06 21:57:32

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Hola, bienvenido amigo. Yo no sé de nada así en España, de hecho, dudo que exista en el mundo. Me llama mucho la atención de que exista tanta gente al que le guste esto. Espero que te guste esta web, la verdad es que ves cosas muy interesantes, hay gente muy buena. Un saludo y estamos en contacto

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#4 2010-01-07 18:41:41

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Grome
Please translate your post. You can post in Spanish, but you must also translate your post to English as Nick has instructed here:
http://ultimateshoulderrides.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=4550

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#5 2010-01-07 19:20:23

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Muchas gracias, la verdad es que sería fantástico que encontrásemos foros similares a este en España y comunidades con nuestros intereses. Un saludo.

Thanks a lot, would be really fantastic can find forums like this at Spain and communities with same interestings like us. Best regards

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#6 2010-01-07 20:30:12

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

gunde wrote:

Grome
Please translate your post. You can post in Spanish, but you must also translate your post to English as Nick has instructed here:
http://ultimateshoulderrides.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=4550

Dear Gunde, Louie, Nick and anybody else concerned,


Como se dichi puesto en Italiano
(How is it said in Italian....?)

Vie sagtman auf Deuthch
(How say it in German....?)

Kaks kasat     Porruski
(How is it said in Russian....?)

......yong Zhongwen zhenmei shuo?)
(All the aforestated, how to state in Mandarin?)              ETC.


Since we are requiring that all Spanish be translated into English then I request the same for all other languages such as German, Swedish, Russian, Italian, etc.

Besides, this gives me more chances to learn more languages.


(Debido a  que requirimos que todo el espanol sea traslado al ingles entonces estoy pidiendo el mismo por todos las otras lenguas como aleman, sueco, ruso, italiano, etc.

Ademas me da mas opurtunidad aprender mas lenguas.)


Since we are insisting that all Spanish be translated to English then I request that all be required to follow the same rule such that all German, Russian, Italian, etc. be translated to English too.

Besides, this will give me more chances to learn other languages.

An edit to the above:

Maybe German speakers, etc. are required to translate to English now but in the past they were not. Either way, language learning opportunities and increased multi-cultural understanding  are good.

Last edited by namaegaaru (2010-01-07 22:46:19)


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#7 2010-01-07 22:03:40

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

ok Gunde...
Hello, welcome friend. I know of nothing like that in Spain, in fact, I doubt that exists in the world. I draw much attention from so many people there who likes this. I hope you like this site, the truth is that things look very interesting, there are good people. Un saludo y estamos en contacto

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#8 2010-01-07 22:09:17

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

namaegaaru wrote:

Vie sagtman auf Deuthch
(How say it in German....?)

Correct is "Wie sagt man auf Deutsch?"

Walter

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#9 2010-01-07 22:47:19

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Vielen Dank, Herr Walter.


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#10 2010-01-07 23:24:36

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

The great universal language is English-lets us all use it and understand each other.


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#11 2010-01-08 02:37:00

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

On a personal note about this issue I agree that the more languages we can understand and communicate in the more valuable we become. It doesn't mean that people who can't speak in any foreign language are not valuable. It means that we should show respect to those who additionaly learned other languages. Some people who were "lucky" to be born with a universal language such as English could lean back and expect others to learn their language. In many countries in Europe as well as on other continents though it is normal to know more than the own mother tongue. Some can talk three, four or five, even more languages. That I truly believe deserves respect.

I can communicate in three foreign languages (and there are several members in this group who know more than that); I am not as good as I would like to be, including English, I am far of being perfect. And I want to add some further language skills too, like Spanish. To be honest I am always grateful if someone (especially a native speaker) is correcting my mistakes since I want to improve.

I go along with the suggestion of some members and my fellow admins that everyone is free to write posts in his own language if he can express himself better like that. In addition that member should nonetheless try to at least approximately translate the idea of his post to English for the majority of the members - unless of course he doesn't know any English.
Let's be honest. We should not discourage those who are not as good as we are in English. We should appreciate that they try. Nothing more than that will be expected.
Vielen Dank! / Thank you very much!

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#12 2010-01-08 07:27:14

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

My sentiments exactly, Louie. I could not write it better.


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#13 2010-01-08 17:41:14

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

The only problem with everyone communating in their own mother tongue-is that on translation the original meaning can be distorted to the detriment of the original.
The answer-lets all learn English.


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#14 2010-01-08 18:23:23

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Hola knightdriver007, bienvenido al foro.
Yo tampoco conozco ninguna comunidad como la que hablas, lo siento.
Espero que disfrutes por aqui.

Respecto a la discusión sobre el idioma, yo siempre traduzco al inglés lo que escribo en español. Me parece normal hacerlo porque entiendo que hay mucha mas gente que habla inglés en el mundo que gente que habla español, por lo tanto es la forma de que la mayoría de los miembros entiendan lo que escribo. Para mí esto está muy claro.
Ahora bien, como a muchos no angloparlantes en el mundo me molesta la creencia de algunos angloparlantes de que el inglés es el idioma universal.
Una cosa es que sea fácil encontrar gente que entienda y hable ingles en cualquier parte del mundo y otra cosa es que todo el mundo tenga que saber inglés.
Aunque algunos no se lo crean el idioma mas hablado en el mundo es el chino mandarín.
Esto no tiene nada que ver con el foro pero tenia que decirlo.


Hello knightdriver007, welcome to the forum.
I don´t know about any comunity like you are talking about either, I´m sorry.
I hope you enjoy your stay here.

Regarding the discussion about the language, I always translate into english what I write in spanish. I think it´s normal to do it because I understand there are far more people that speak english that those who speak spanish, so that´s the way most members can understand what I write. For me this is very clear.
However, for me, like a lot of non english speakers all over the world, the belief of some english speakers that english is the universal language is annoying.
It´s one thing that it´s easy to find people that understand and speak english everywhere and quite another that everybody everywhere must speak english.
Even though some people might not believe it, mandarin chinese is the most spoken language on earth.
This has nothing to do with the forum but I had to say it.

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#15 2010-01-08 18:37:56

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

mastadon777 wrote:

The only problem with everyone communating in their own mother tongue-is that on translation the original meaning can be distorted to the detriment of the original.
The answer-lets all learn English.

Distorted?
It all will depend on every member´s skills to comunicate in english.
If a member´s skills aren´t good enough to translate something accurately, he won´t be able to say what he wants accurately either, so what´s the diference then?

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#16 2010-01-08 20:40:01

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

mastadon777 wrote:

The great universal language is English-lets us all use it and understand each other.

English is not the great universal language.
We are speaking in english because it is an easy language (spanish is hard to learn).
English is the commercial language.

Last edited by caballito (2010-01-08 22:38:53)

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#17 2010-01-08 21:29:03

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

We can always guess what people want to say-most of the time it makes more sense.
As for learning Spanish-well-the football is not bad.


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#18 2010-01-09 14:11:24

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

mastadon777 wrote:

As for learning Spanish-well-the football is not bad.

A very respectful comment, no doubt.
But don´t worry, nobody suggested everybody must learn spanish.

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#19 2010-01-10 19:55:59

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

The fault is not yours but us english-over the years -all over the world-we arrived at a place-if the local population did not learn english-hard luck-we would not bother to learn the local tongue.
It still applies today-we do not appear interested to learn other languages.
If you dont learn english- then hard luck.
I suppose it all comes from the romans. Sorry!!


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#20 2010-01-11 23:07:12

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

I don´t really think the History of Ancient Rome quite explain why you wouldn´t let members to communicate in their own language as long as they allow you and the rest of members to understand what it´s said by tranlating it into english.
I´m not trying to provoke  any controversy, it´s just that I don´t get it.

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#21 2010-01-11 23:22:23

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Good idea-let us all natter away to our hearts content-in our own language-if no one understands us-what the hell-we have had our fun-even if we cannot share it.


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#22 2010-01-11 23:51:06

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

donadoni wrote:

as long as they allow you and the rest of members to understand what it´s said by tranlating it into english.

I give up.
My english must be really awful because you don´t seem to understand what I write.

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#23 2010-01-12 03:01:05

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Don't worry donadoni. mastadon has his opinion and everyone is free to have an own opinion. His view doesn't change anything about what I said earlier.

louie_sr wrote:

On a personal note about this issue I agree that the more languages we can understand and communicate in the more valuable we become. It doesn't mean that people who can't speak in any foreign language are not valuable. It means that we should show respect to those who additionaly learned other languages. Some people who were "lucky" to be born with a universal language such as English could lean back and expect others to learn their language. In many countries in Europe as well as on other continents though it is normal to know more than the own mother tongue. Some can talk three, four or five, even more languages. That I truly believe deserves respect.

I can communicate in three foreign languages (and there are several members in this group who know more than that); I am not as good as I would like to be, including English, I am far of being perfect. And I want to add some further language skills too, like Spanish. To be honest I am always grateful if someone (especially a native speaker) is correcting my mistakes since I want to improve.

I go along with the suggestion of some members and my fellow admins that everyone is free to write posts in his own language if he can express himself better like that. In addition that member should nonetheless try to at least approximately translate the idea of his post to English for the majority of the members - unless of course he doesn't know any English.
Let's be honest. We should not discourage those who are not as good as we are in English. We should appreciate that they try. Nothing more than that will be expected.
Vielen Dank! / Thank you very much!

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#24 2010-01-12 23:34:42

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Hi Louie.
Yes, I knew a singel member´s opinion wouldn´t change the gruop attitude about this issue. In fact, this discussion had more to do with prejudices in general.
The gruop has allowed members to use their own languages combining it with english from the very beginning. This way we have been able to interact perfectly well with everybody, so there is no reason at all to change this in my opinion.
I didn´t want to be controversial at all, it´s just that I get really annoyed by those people (fortunately very few people here, unfortunately not so few people in the world in general) that don´t think other cultures deserve as much respect as theirs.

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#25 2010-01-13 00:12:57

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Hi All, I dont want to be controversial-all I am doing-I suppose is winding people up-just to see how far they will go.
As far as I am concerned-people can discuss whatever they like-in what ever language they feel like-if they really wont to understand the various texts-they can use a universal translator or ask some who speaks the language to translate into whatever language they understand.
Try not to take things so seriously-they all will come out in the wash.
Happy new year.


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#26 2010-01-13 02:43:16

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Although everyone is free to express his views discrimination in whatever direction can not be tolerated. Donadoni, you can be assured that none of the admins of this group would tolerate it in this community. We will let a discussion run as long as it begins to become nasty. That's the reason we won't interfere immediately in disputs and arguments between members. In many cases they should be and are able to overcome differences, after all we are all adults. This discussion is a good example. Donadoni, your view is common sense in here and you knew it. Mastadon told us, he likes to see how far people go by winding them up. Which tells me he isn't an opponent really.
And yes, we shouldn't take everything too seriously.
In other words, donadoni, mastadon, thanks for your last comments, I understand that this dispute is solved and no one was hurt.

Back to shoulder riding (Sam expexts me to say that...wink )

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#27 2010-01-13 15:05:13

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Hi My apologies to all concerned-I was trying to bring a little lightness to a subject that was threatening to become a little on the heavy side.
Donadoni-if you come to England I will buy you a beer.


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#28 2010-01-13 19:37:06

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

For me it is solved as well and I apologize if I sounded a bit picky.
Mastadon, I´ll gladly have that beer.

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#29 2010-01-20 19:48:23

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Hola knightdriver007

Conseidera que tu no eres el unico que habla español puro.

Debes saber que de ingles no tengo la minima idea, por lo que los contactos o mensajes que envio viene traducidos..

Ya somos 4 o poco mas de 5 de los que componene este universo de miembros de esta pàgina..

espero que este saludo lo tomes bien de buena manera y esperemos que los proximos posteos en referente a cualquier tema lo puedas enviar, pues los hispanos hablantes tienen el derecho absoluto de poder expresarse en esta red.


Saludos.....


and the TRANSLATION?/Gunde

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#30 2010-01-21 23:24:16

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

patocometa wrote:

Hola knightdriver007

Conseidera que tu no eres el unico que habla español puro.

Debes saber que de ingles no tengo la minima idea, por lo que los contactos o mensajes que envio viene traducidos..

Ya somos 4 o poco mas de 5 de los que componene este universo de miembros de esta pàgina..

espero que este saludo lo tomes bien de buena manera y esperemos que los proximos posteos en referente a cualquier tema lo puedas enviar, pues los hispanos hablantes tienen el derecho absoluto de poder expresarse en esta red.


Saludos.....


and the TRANSLATION?/Gunde

Here is the translation for all non spanish speakers:

"Hello knightdriver007.
You are not the only spanish speaker.
I don´t speak english at all, that´s why my post are translated.
There are already 4 or 5 of us among the member of this site.
I hope you take this greeting in a good way and I also hope you can send you posts regarding any matter since spanish speaker have the right to express themselves.
Regards...."

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#31 2010-01-22 11:56:02

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Gracias por donadoni and compliments to patocometa and all our spanish speaking members.

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#32 2010-01-22 19:07:00

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You are welcome, Louie.

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#33 2010-01-22 19:59:00

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

Thank you, Donadoni.

Could you perhaps ask Patocometa to use this
http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ (New Window)
in order to give us some kind of translation.

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#34 2010-01-22 21:38:16

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

No problem, Gunde.

gunde wrote:

Thank you, Donadoni.

Could you perhaps ask Patocometa to use this
http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ (New Window)
in order to give us some kind of translation.

Patocometa, Gunde me pide que te pregunte si podrias usar http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ (New Window)
En este foro esta totalmente permitido escribir en cualquier idioma pero, para que todos puedan saber mas o menos de lo que se habla, se pide una traducción al inglés.
Por supuesto nadie está obligado a saber inglés por eso una traducción de algún sitio como babelfish basta. Estas traducciones no son muy buenas que digamos pero al menos permiten a los que no hablan español hacerse una idea de lo que dices.
Como dices que no sabes inglés te diré que yo mismo he defendido en este hilo el derecho de todos a expresarse en sus idiomas pero creo que también es bueno que todos puedan entender todo lo que se escribe, de esa forma interactuamos con todos y no se crean grupos en función del idioma.
En resumen, escribe en español con toda la libertad pero, por favor, si puedes incluye la traducción de babelfish; y si tienes algún problema para decir algo, no dudes en pedirnos ayuda a los que nos manejamos con el ingés que si podemos te aydaremos gustosamente.

Saludos Patocometa.

Since it´s a bit long what I wrote I include a translation:

Patocometa; Gunde says if I can ask you to use http://babelfish.yahoo.com/ (New Window)
Writing in any language is totally allowed in this forum but, in orther that everybody can know more or less what it´s said, people is asked to provide a translation into english.
Of course nobody is compelled to know english that´s why a translation through babelfish or a similiar site is enough. These translations are far from accurate but, at least, they allow non spanish speakers to know what you are talking about.
Since you said that you don´t speak any english I want you to know I have supported everybody´s right to speak their languages but, I think that it´s good if all can understand what is said, that way we can interact with everybody and no groups are created based on language.
All in all, feel free to write in spanish but, please, give a translation through babelfish if you can; and if you have any trouble to say something, don´t hesitate to ask for help to those that manage in english, if we can help you we´ll be happy to do it.

Regards Patocometa.


And regards to everybody as well.

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#35 2010-02-06 17:58:52

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

knightdriver007 wrote:

Hola, acabo de llegar a este foro y me gustaría saber si existe una comunidad amplia de españoles en él interesados en el mundo del shoulder riding, quizá alguien conozca comunidades españolas de gente con estas inquietudes, contactos (femeninos) para poder practicar, etc. Gracias y un saludo.

Hello, i've just registered in this forum and i would like to know if there are spanish people interested in shoulder riding here, who could tell me about spanish communities, (female) contacts to practice shoulder riding at Spain, etc. Thanks.

hola si te interesa yo tambien soy de españa y me encanta esto delja me un messenger y charlamos y intercambiamos adio

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#36 2010-02-16 16:09:13

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

shoulderrider77 wrote:

knightdriver007 wrote:

Hola, acabo de llegar a este foro y me gustaría saber si existe una comunidad amplia de españoles en él interesados en el mundo del shoulder riding, quizá alguien conozca comunidades españolas de gente con estas inquietudes, contactos (femeninos) para poder practicar, etc. Gracias y un saludo.

Hello, i've just registered in this forum and i would like to know if there are spanish people interested in shoulder riding here, who could tell me about spanish communities, (female) contacts to practice shoulder riding at Spain, etc. Thanks.

hola si te interesa yo tambien soy de españa y me encanta esto delja me un messenger y charlamos y intercambiamos adio

Hello,here there is a new spanish member !!!
What the spanish man comunity want ride or be riden?

I particulary want to ride on women.
Do anyone like it?

If any other man wants to ride on woman please let me know so we can swich some expereincies.

Hola, he aqui un nuevo espanol para el foro
Que os gusta? motar o ser montados ?

A mi particularmente me gusta montar en mujeres. Decidme si compartis mi aficion para poder intercambiar expereincias

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#37 2010-02-21 00:00:02

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

hello my gatomontes I love riding on women in my life I managed to mount on 40 women have about 10 videos of those moments

hola gatomontes a mi me encanta montarme sobre las mujeres en toda mi vida he conseguido montarme encima de unas 40 mujeres tengo unos 10 videos de aquellos momentos

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#38 2010-02-22 12:01:40

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

shoulderrider77 wrote:

hello my gatomontes I love riding on women in my life I managed to mount on 40 women have about 10 videos of those moments

hola gatomontes a mi me encanta montarme sobre las mujeres en toda mi vida he conseguido montarme encima de unas 40 mujeres tengo unos 10 videos de aquellos momentos

Me too shoulderrider,

I manage to mounth around 20 women but I haven't got any videos.

do you mount on all types of women or just on fat women?
From my point of view no always is possible to get a good performance therefore I would like to select them before to mount.

I would like to swich information with you.

Hola shoulderrider, yo he montado en unas 20 mujeres pero no me he grabado montando.

Montas en cualquier tipo de mujer o solo en gordas?
Desde mi punto de vista no siempre se consigue la comodidad que se busca por ello trato de seleccionar antes de montarme sobre una

me gustaria intercambiar informacion contigo. donde montas madrid, Barcelona?

Un saludo

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#39 2010-02-22 15:11:52

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hello again gatomontes amount normally women rather thin to average body but should the occasion would not mind riding a woman filled the place depends on where I had the opportunity Barcelona, Tarragona, and several places and you like him thin girls like to ride or stuffed? it is you who likes to be mounted or mounted?


hola otra vez gatomontes normalmente monto en mujeres mas bien de complexion normal a delgada pero si se presenta la ocasion no me importaria montar a una mujer rellena el lugar depende de donde se me presente la ocasion barcelona,tarragona,y varios lugares y a usted como le gusta montar chicas delgadas o rellenas? es usted quien monta o le gusta ser montado?


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#40 2010-02-22 17:38:30

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

shoulderrider77 wrote:

hello again gatomontes amount normally women rather thin to average body but should the occasion would not mind riding a woman filled the place depends on where I had the opportunity Barcelona, Tarragona, and several places and you like him thin girls like to ride or stuffed? it is you who likes to be mounted or mounted?


hola otra vez gatomontes normalmente monto en mujeres mas bien de complexion normal a delgada pero si se presenta la ocasion no me importaria montar a una mujer rellena el lugar depende de donde se me presente la ocasion barcelona,tarragona,y varios lugares y a usted como le gusta montar chicas delgadas o rellenas? es usted quien monta o le gusta ser montado?


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I like to month fat women specially wherever even if my expertice is more in Madrid. For sure I always like to month.
Send me an email when you want jflm7@hotmail.com

Me gusta montar en chicas gordas y suelo hacerlo por la zona de Madrid. Ni que decir tiene que siempre monto.

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#41 2010-02-22 22:41:20

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

I've already added hello thank you very much gatomontes contacted to see if more and share experiences. I have always gone up women the truth is that I've gone in a few and you've got a lot I usually ride the lift you or you them? do you like most girl on girl, boy on girl, boy on girl on guy on guy?



hola ya te he agregado gatomontes muchas gracias a ver si contactamos mas y compartimos experiencias. yo siempre he subido encima de mujeres la verdad es que me he subido en unas cuantas y tu has conseguido muchas veo normalmente montas tu o tu las levantas a ellas? que te gusta mas chica en chica,chico en chica,chica en chico o chico en chico?


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#42 2010-02-23 11:57:34

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

shoulderrider77 wrote:

I've already added hello thank you very much gatomontes contacted to see if more and share experiences. I have always gone up women the truth is that I've gone in a few and you've got a lot I usually ride the lift you or you them? do you like most girl on girl, boy on girl, boy on girl on guy on guy?



hola ya te he agregado gatomontes muchas gracias a ver si contactamos mas y compartimos experiencias. yo siempre he subido encima de mujeres la verdad es que me he subido en unas cuantas y tu has conseguido muchas veo normalmente montas tu o tu las levantas a ellas? que te gusta mas chica en chica,chico en chica,chica en chico o chico en chico?


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Hi shoulderrider,
as I say you I like mow ( men getting on women ).
I usually get up women so it's very confortable and exciting for me. I got up in Madrid most of the times but I have got up in Barcelona and Zaragoza as well.

Hola
como te he dicho me gusta montar en mujeres.
Habitualmente monto en mujeres porque me reuslta excitante, lo hago en Madrid aunque en ocasiones tambien en montado en Barcelona y Zaragoza.

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#43 2010-02-23 19:17:58

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

gatomontes hello there if we chat and tell you my experience because I like being able to contact you agrege a messenger yesterday and I came out that had accounts there is a chance to chat with you and share our experiences so I see you also like lifting man women lifting man but man you interested?



hola gatomontes haber si conseguimos chatear y te cuento mis experiencias pues me gustaria poder entrar en contacto ayer te agrege a messenger y me salio que tenias cuenta hay alguna posibilidad de poder chatear con usted y asi compartir nuestras experiencias veo que te gusta tambien hombre levantando a mujeres pero hombre levantando a hombre te interesa?


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#44 2022-09-03 21:45:58

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Re: Españoles?/Spanish members?

shoulderrider77 wrote:

hello again gatomontes amount normally women rather thin to average body but should the occasion would not mind riding a woman filled the place depends on where I had the opportunity Barcelona, Tarragona, and several places and you like him thin girls like to ride or stuffed? it is you who likes to be mounted or mounted?


hola otra vez gatomontes normalmente monto en mujeres mas bien de complexion normal a delgada pero si se presenta la ocasion no me importaria montar a una mujer rellena el lugar depende de donde se me presente la ocasion barcelona,tarragona,y varios lugares y a usted como le gusta montar chicas delgadas o rellenas? es usted quien monta o le gusta ser montado?


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Hi, what about Spanish Lift and carry comunity? I m going to madrid. I m rider looking for a pony

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