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Old 11-15-2012, 10:32 AM   #21
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Cold weather essentials + protection. Just tryin to help MH riders and their ignorance regardin' chaps.
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I been rocken the chaps since my first winter riding. I use them on my sport bike and my Harley. don't see what the big deal is
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Cold weather essentials + protection. Just tryin to help MH riders and their ignorance regardin' chaps.

Nobody is ignorant of chaps. We just all think they're for try-hard harley riders and homosexual male strippers.
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I been rocken the chaps since my first winter riding. I use them on my sport bike and my Harley. don't see what the big deal is
Uh huh.
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Nobody is ignorant of chaps. We just all think they're for try-hard harley riders and homosexual male strippers.
I want my homosexual stripping paycheck then
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Unless you slide on your or crotch and the pavement eats through your jeans
And knee and shin pads do that.
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Also, chaps are useful in the garage too.
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the money isn't good, but if you like in the , its great advertising...
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Ignorant. Keeps the wind and chill off and no rash trackboy
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TMAX you catch so much on here. I am surprised you take it so well, most would go somewhere else. For each his own.
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And knee and shin pads do that.
If you're going to wear leather, you might as well have it cover all of you.
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Also, chaps are useful in the garage too.
and out on the range where the deer and the antelope play
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the money isn't good, but if you like in the , its great advertising...
False. I've met plenty of male strippers in gay bars. Almost all straight. They strip for guys because men tip better and are far more polite about it.

And they all made serious bank.


Almost all of them were coke fiends though...

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