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Old 11-07-2010, 10:15 AM   #41
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.................. WTH is up with the dude just above the left orange cone?
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:17 AM   #42
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:23 AM   #43
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looks like that Guy Likes the BATPOD motorcycle from the New Batman Movies..

To Each his Own.. I almost Purchased a replica TRON legacy bike(light cycle) that was being Custom Made by the Same People who do BAtpod Replicas, But they Wanted 35k for it ..
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:37 AM   #44
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This makes me wonder...
Just how small does your have to be, before you start using your vehicle to scream, "LOOK AT MEEeee!"??

Come on people if your winkie is THAT small don't go tellin' everybody by driving:

Ford F350 diesel duallys used for commuting to work.
Fat tires and extended swingarms on sportbikes.
Choppers.

Ricers.
Lowriders.
Cars that are raised, ridin' on 22's, with the stereo so loud the body panels are buzzing.
Disagree with these three to a point.

F350 diesel dually for commuting to work.- Depending on how far you drive it might not be cheaper to justify buying another vehicle. They may commute to work 360 days out of the year. But for the 5 days they are not he could be pulling a 30+ft boat, Gooseneck trailer, ect. You try pulling those with a prius or half-ton.

Fat tire sportbikes.- Some people do it because they like the look, not for other people.

Chopper- Whats wrong with them?

The other three i agree with
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Old 11-07-2010, 10:45 AM   #45
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Disagree with these three to a point.

F350 diesel dually for commuting to work.- Depending on how far you drive it might not be cheaper to justify buying another vehicle. They may commute to work 360 days out of the year. But for the 5 days they are not he could be pulling a 30+ft boat, Gooseneck trailer, ect. You try pulling those with a prius or half-ton.

If you can afford an F350 diesel dually and a 30ft boat, you can afford a used Corolla for commuting. The only guys that buy these for driving to work are guys that are short, have small weenies and can't afford the stuff you really need a truck like this for.

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Fat tire sportbikes.- Some people do it because they like the look, not for other people.
They say they do it because they like the look but, they like the look because they crave attention due to their small weenies.

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Chopper- Whats wrong with them?
The guys that ride them are telling the world that they have plenty of money and a shortage of weenie.

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The other three i agree with
You like the first three so it bothers you that I called them out. You don't like the 2nd three so it's ok with you.
I'm guessing you have a pretty big truck, a fat tire on your bike and a small weenie...



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If you can afford an F350 diesel dually and a 30ft boat, you can afford a used Corolla for commuting. The only guys that buy these for driving to work are guys that are short, have small weenies and can't afford the stuff you really need a truck like this for.




They say they do it because they like the look but, they like the look because they crave attention due to their small weenies.



The guys that ride them are telling the world that they have plenty of money and a shortage of weenie.



You like the first three so it bothers you that I called them out. You don't like the 2nd three so it's ok with you.
I'm guessing you have a pretty big truck, a fat tire on your bike and a small weenie...
You caught me. But since mine is not a dually am i ok?


Of course I'm just kidding around, don't get mad at me
I know you are. Just thought i would stir it up a bit.

Now back on topic.

That thing is huge. I saw it while i was cruising down the strand bumping the rev limiter. I still think more people were looking at the big busa than the kid bumping the limiter on his GSXR.
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If you can afford an F350 diesel dually and a 30ft boat, you can afford a used Corolla for commuting. The only guys that buy these for driving to work are guys that are short, have small weenies and can't afford the stuff you really need a truck like this for.



They say they do it because they like the look but, they like the look because they crave attention due to their small weenies.



The guys that ride them are telling the world that they have plenty of money and a shortage of weenie.



You like the first three so it bothers you that I called them out. You don't like the 2nd three so it's ok with you.
I'm guessing you have a pretty big truck, a fat tire on your bike and a small weenie...



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Old 11-07-2010, 02:40 PM   #51
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I'm no ghetto expert......just sayin it looks stupid, and I mainly see black guy riding like this. Kinda like the old school Chevys with mud tires and cherry bomb pipes is mostly a country thing.
Here is a white guy riding one

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could be an albino black dood
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I like the extended mirrors lol. Im going to have to say that that is pretty cool though...it would be amazing to see that on the freeway
I have seen these bikes on the freeway and it looks ignorant. However, it works great in the rain. LOL
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I'm no ghetto expert......just sayin it looks stupid, and I mainly see black guy riding like this. Kinda like the old school Chevys with mud tires and cherry bomb pipes is mostly a country thing.
Thats exactly who I saw on the bikes like this. Black guys going down 288 toward Angleton. It also limits top speed because I blew by them like they were standing still..
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I think it looks good mainly because it's different then the 3 bazillion other stretched and slammed bikes out there.
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