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Old 02-03-2006, 03:34 AM   #21
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You should get the not too big though it will hurt your back. Good luck with the bike. When i got mine i was sooo f-ing happy and i hoope you will too! Ok girlie take care!
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as for fake 's, i think it's all in your mind. no matter how big theyare, YOU have to decide whether you'll be happy or not, they aren't gonna make you happy in the end. it's a short term fix IMO
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welcome and godsuki that is the funniest thing ive seen all week..lol take msf it will teach u alot about learning to ride
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welcome to the board, please post pictures of before and after ;-)

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but really, post the pics.... lol

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Welcome!

The best way to start out is probably the MSF class. They have them at the Harley dealerships, but they are called Riders Edge. That is what I took. and you get a free harley rental! But probably cheaper at somewhere else.

After you take the motorcycle safety class you should buy a Kawasaki Ninja 250 or 500. Good starter bikes.
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Old 02-03-2006, 03:24 PM   #31
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First off, I've never drove a motorcycle, but I've seen more than a few in my day. I moved here from the northeastern part of the country and thats all I can say..

I was going down 45 the other day when someone passed me up on a nice looking bike, couldn't tell you what brand it was but I did see motohouston.com where the name of the bike should have been, like they had replaced the sticker or something.. and so here I am.
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Well, thats another thing I'm considering.. I find when dealing with something in my life, if I just talk about it in the open enough I either get comfortable with the idea.. or I dont. I've always been a bit outgoing and I say what I'm thinking which causes me to look dumb most of the time but at least you know where I stand..

So to answer your question.. I do like them because everyone I've talked to said they are a great boost to your self esteem, but no, I do not have them... yet
welcome to the board....

and the whole "boost self-esteem" part.. that's why i want them
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Old 02-03-2006, 05:06 PM   #34
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welcome to the board....

and the whole "boost self-esteem" part.. that's why i want them
i bet they dont look that bad at all,all natural is the way to go.self-esteem is being comfy with the way you are.not how others want you to look.
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Old 02-03-2006, 05:10 PM   #35
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welcome to h-town. big will make you a much better rider!! j/j
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Old 02-03-2006, 05:13 PM   #36
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I am going out tonight. You should come. We can talk about why you don't drive a motorcycle but ride one and your breast if you like. Otherwise, yeah welcome to Houston, motorcycles and the rest of the freaks that hang out here. :icon_bigg
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Old 02-03-2006, 05:15 PM   #37
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and the whole "boost self-esteem" part.. that's why i want them
Being in the presence of me would give you plenty of self-esteem. :icon_bigg

Come on... you are kissing a chic in that other pic. You think anybody cares about your size?
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small are in style right now. Just look at Keera knightly
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I personally have always preffered a smaller chest. :confused1
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yeah im also into a small to med ium size chest,well id like to wake up and see them.j/k well do what makes you happy.nicesmall to medium and a nice does it for me.post a pic on how they look now(with clothes on,and one on how you want them)if you want.
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