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Old 12-14-2005, 04:24 PM   #1
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things to do on a rainy day...

save for the few hardened veterans (or insane maniacs) most of us have probably parked our bikes for the day. here we can share some ideas of what to do to keep from getting bored till we have dry roads again....

I'll start with a few ideas, everyone else can add their own.

1. download internet .
2. play the motogp video game! or whatever video game that matter...
3. clean house (i bet some of you filthy 's need to do this *bad*)
4. browse ebay for aftermarket bike parts, spares, accesories...etc...
5. post all over your favorite forums.
6. get a bike magazine from the store. read every page.
7. design and build something out of household objects.
8. GO CHRISTMAS SHOPPING! DONT WAIT TILL ITS TOO LATE! :icon_sant
9. scope out what you want for xmas, while buying other people .
10. buy your g/f a card, a candy and a flower for no real reason...tell her the rain makes you think of some romantic blahdy-blah...BS it up, but dont be obvious about it. hope that it pays off into kinky for the rest of the day...hahaha......that was a good idea..i might have to try that one...lol.

ok, now add your own:
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Old 12-14-2005, 04:29 PM   #2
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Old 12-14-2005, 04:33 PM   #3
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Old 12-14-2005, 04:43 PM   #4
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im about to have to canoe home...

here is a couple more fun ideas.

1. pick someone you hate, that you know their email address...sign them up for all kinds of gay . you get double points if you can get stuff mailed to their actual home address. triple points if its a brouchure for a pump.
2. excersize. you dont need weights or special equipment, just get off your lazy .
3. go catch some frogs (they are everywhere when it rains) and put them in peoples mailboxes...or take it into a store in your pocket and let it go in there. haha.
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Old 12-14-2005, 05:20 PM   #5
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Old 12-14-2005, 06:11 PM   #6
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lol.....

I say go mudding thats what i used to do everytime it rained but i no longer have a 4x4....
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I like to move it move it

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Oh, btw Chris... I got an interesting PM last night thanks to you =)
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would you be interested in trading bike for kart? What do you have


That is what happened, I got the pm and was like WTF is he talking about? So I did some research, and saw this...

http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...8&postcount=12

then

http://www.motohouston.com/forums/sh...2&postcount=15

so then I caught on to what happened, and sent this...

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Well... right now the only bike I have is a custom vintage.. The motor isn't quite as large as some people would think you need to scoot down the road but I built this thing up myself, added in flat top piston, lumpier crank, NOS and upgraded timing controller.

I'm pulling 3 hp per Cubic Centimeter of engine displacement right now (with the NOS shot of course.)

I'm actually very interested in selling it though for a new project as I feel I can go no further with this one. A gok-art would be perfect for me to test my skills on a larger engine/frame!

Send me some pics of the cart, heres my baby, Did you see me at the bbq/trackday with it?

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I never got a reply back.. so I'm thinking he knows you two were playing a joke on him and forced me to co-operate :P

Racer-Rob, Seriously, it was all in good fun, welcome to the site. Please don't

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