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post #1 of 21 Old 01-19-2011, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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lol would you give your buddy a ride?

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post #2 of 21 Old 01-19-2011, 05:36 PM
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I got 47 seconds into it, not that way...

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the ONLY time id ever have another dude on the back of my bike is if i was riding with a buddy n his bike broke down.... but, i have been riding on the street for 2 yrs now, and havnt had any passengers... my gf has been pullin teeth ever since i got my 919 a yr ago... but she hasnt been able to get me to take her on a ride. I trust myself, but god if anything ever happened to her while on my bike i wouldnt kno what to do.

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I gave my best friend a ride on my bike when I first got it - the only clause was I was trying to convince him to get his own as he'd never ridden a motorcycle and wanted to get rid of the fear. We went down the road, turned the block, rode back. he got off and said "too much power for me..."

We hit 45mph.

No hidden agenda other than he still thinks he would kill himself....and he's probably right. He is an attorney so if he didn't, luck would be that someone else would...

And have you ever seen a table full of lawyers try to split a bill at lunch...its comedic! No wonder they charge so much, they have no concept of money nor how to split it.

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I got 47 seconds into it, not that way...
Thats a whole 13 seconds longer than I made it.



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its comical how homophoic u.s. society is.... to the point of retardation. this social concept of "man" that has been imposed onto our society is nothing but destructive and divisive... just like the concept of "woman" has been as well.....


cant you tell im a sociologist?

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the ONLY time id ever have another dude on the back of my bike is if i was riding with a buddy n his bike broke down....
A buddy's chain gave out (snap-on master link ) halfway through a long Saturday ride. Me & my 919 were the only way home.

Even though he's faster than me, he was white knuckes all the way home riding bitch.
Yes I was really taking it easy! The bike is NOT set up to handle another 200lbs.

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well that wasn't that good

anyways, yes I have had friends on back but it was to pick up their own bike at a shop/their parents house

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Rode bitch to pick up my 9er. My father-in-law wanted me to know how it felt to be a passenger. I HATED IT. I was bored 1mile into the ride and then I felt like it was the gayest thing I have ever done in my life. I was so glad to get on the 9er I left him in the dust, when we got back to the house I told him I would never do it again.

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I used to when i was a little kid with my dad... the most recent time, and this is with me riding bitch, was when me and my friend took his Goldwing (1975 model, first year) to the meat locker during shop class for deer sticks. Go ahead. Let the jokes commence.

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lol, yeah, I've had to give a buddy a ride home from the bar before.

I'm not a huge fan of 4 balls on 2 wheels.

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lol, yeah, I've had to give a buddy a ride home from the bar before.

I'm not a huge fan of 4 balls on 2 wheels.
Agreed. In hindsight, probably a little queer. Still, that's what prompted me to learn to ride.

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I'm not a huge fan of 4 balls on 2 wheels.

That's a good one!

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Never said I didn't know how to use it."
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Agreed. In hindsight, probably a little queer. Still, that's what prompted me to learn to ride.
No comment.
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oh, wait!!! LOL

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I've given more 2-up rides at the track to men than women.

Personally I just don't give a phuck about a persons sexual orientation anymore than I care about their political or religious views. People can be anything they want to be and act anyway they want to and as long as it is not inconveniencing me I could simply care less.

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I've given more 2-up rides at the track to men than women.

Personally I just don't give a phuck about a persons sexual orientation anymore than I care about their political or religious views. People can be anything they want to be and act anyway they want to and as long as it is not inconveniencing me I could simply care less.
In a way, though, that's different. You are an instructor (right?) and that's part of your job. I wouldn't feel weird about it if I were in a learning environment like that, either.

I'm the same way, I could care less about someone's personal orientation, BUT if you want to ride b$tch just because you like the way my a$$ looks? well, HELL NO.

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BUT if you want to ride b$tch just because you like the way my a$$ looks? well, HELL NO.

I guess it depends on if you are buying the drinks or not

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What is that a Vespa? Sweet!

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What is that a Vespa? Sweet!
Very sweet!

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