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Old 04-02-2008, 04:28 PM   #1
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Viberider??

I want to put a viberider on my rear seat. I have met a couple of people with them, does anyone have it and what do you think of it???

If you don't know what it is you can checkout www.viberider.com

But it's a small viberator you can put in your rear seat!!
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Old 04-02-2008, 04:29 PM   #2
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i'v seen them IRL they dont work like they say they do. waste of money IMO

just take her for a ride, then take her home and take her for a ride.
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Old 04-02-2008, 04:29 PM   #3
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i'v seen them IRL they dont work like they say they do. waste of money IMO

just take her for a ride, then take her home and take her for a ride.
I remember on rider that showed it to me a while back and it was pretty awesome! He said his chick loved it! I was wondering what other opinions were!
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I dated one girl who LOVED my VTR1000. No viberider needed. It was very distracting at times, she wasn't a quiet girl.
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I think he wants it for his seat! rofl j/k
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I think he wants it for his seat! rofl j/k
Actually I wanted it for you when you ride !! You know!!!
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not to be off topic but did tim freak when I kicked the back of the truck? I seen neither one of you was paying attention so I thought id give yall a surprise..
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above 7k rpm's on my z1000 my bike does that too!!
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above 7k rpm's on my z1000 my bike does that too!!
And your still slow!!

I have a yoshi carbon fiber!!
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not to be off topic but did tim freak when I kicked the back of the truck? I seen neither one of you was paying attention so I thought id give yall a surprise..
If he did he played it off!
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I have a yoshi carbon fiber!!
Well if that won't buzz her button, get a Ladybird GP canister. That'll set her loins on fire!!!
And you'll receive hella more cool points for it.
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Well if that won't buzz her button, get a Ladybird GP canister. That'll set her loins on fire!!!
And you'll receive hella more cool points for it.
I hear you , but maybe I should say that this is my wife, were a little past the points thing. We have been married for almost 8 years and she is a of a passenger! I love to run people with her on the back!

I was just asking around because I heard about it and thought it might be interesting!
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