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Tennif Shoe
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#1 Unread post by Tennif Shoe »

Ever want to write a note to someone on the road you don't know, but want them to know how you feel post it here.
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#2 Unread post by Tennif Shoe »

Dear That Guy,


Yes you ridding that chopper wearing black sweat pants, black sweat shirt, black helment with the Cowboy's logo on it, and white tennis shoes, why is your bike whistling when it was going down the road? At first I thought it was the windshield but the whistling goes along with your engine revs. By the way who puts a windshield on a chopper? Back to the whistling it is not you air filter because that air filter is roughly the size of a mac truck. so tell me how did you get your bike to whistle LOUDER than your one foot exhaust pipes?


PS it looks like you spent a lot on that bike and all the crome on it so why don't you wash it? why does it look like you went mudding on a $20,000 chopper?



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#3 Unread post by Skier »

His exhaust was whistlin' to save lives, dawg.
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#4 Unread post by jaskc78 »

Dear That Guy That Slows Down at the Last Possible Second,

I've watched you in my mirror for the last couple blocks, wondering if you were going to actually stop in time only to have you stop so close to my rear tire that I can hear my exhaust noise reflected back at me off your front bumper. Start braking earlier and stop sooner, it'll help a lot and make me want to actually help you out on the road rather than make me want to pace the slowest old lady I can find just to "pee" you off.




Dear Tail-Gater,

You make me wish I had some rocks in a tank bag...or some sort of stun-gun that would go through glass. If I was in my truck would you follow that closely or do you just think you can be that close because if you rear-end me it won't hurt your cage?



Dear Cell Phone Talker/Texter,

Go play on the train tracks. Thanks. And take everyone else that does something that distracts them from driving while they're maneuvering a 2-ton chunk of steel and plastic through the public roads I'm trying to navigate on my way to work.




--Hey there! Thanks for changing lanes right into me, I was really hoping to get some practice with emergency braking or swerving this morning on my way to work. I wish I carried a hammer or my gun.
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#5 Unread post by ceemes »

Dear That Girl,

Yes you, the glamour queen with the Washington State plates on Highway 17. Yes, we know you are beautiful and that it takes a lot of hard work to maintain that beauty. But please put down that big round mirror and stop plucking your eyebrows while driving. Also, here in BC, HOV lanes mean High Occupancy Vehicles and not Ho's Only Vehicles. you really should not be in them when you are alone in your cage and YOU REALLY SHOULD NOT EVER suddenly dart into one, forcing motorcyclists such as myself into the left hand turn lane.

Thank you beautiful.

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#6 Unread post by king robb »

Dear Motorcyclist,

Stop crying about bad cage drivers...they don't care. It is your responsibility to avoid them as if they are trying to kill you, and well some of them are.

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#7 Unread post by Amdonim »

Dear Loud-Sportbike-Guy,

Why do you constantly rev your bike going 5 mph through campus? Do you have some idle control problem, or is this more of a compensation thing?

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#8 Unread post by Wrider »

king robb wrote:Dear Motorcyclist,

Stop crying about bad cage drivers...they don't care. It is your responsibility to avoid them as if they are trying to kill you, and well some of them are.

Love

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Dear Guy Not Paying Attention

These motorcyclists obviously do take care to avoid them, or else they wouldn't be around to complain about them.

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#9 Unread post by king robb »

Wrider wrote:
king robb wrote:Dear Motorcyclist,

Stop crying about bad cage drivers...they don't care. It is your responsibility to avoid them as if they are trying to kill you, and well some of them are.

Love

Me
Dear Guy Not Paying Attention

These motorcyclists obviously do take care to avoid them, or else they wouldn't be around to complain about them.

Yours Truly

Logical Guy
Dear Logical Guy,

Sorry about your mangina. I heard that the bleeding and cramps are temporary, but will come back. Not sure about the sand in it though.

Love ya,

Me.
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#10 Unread post by BuzZz »

king robb wrote:
Wrider wrote:
king robb wrote:Dear Motorcyclist,

Stop crying about bad cage drivers...they don't care. It is your responsibility to avoid them as if they are trying to kill you, and well some of them are.

Love

Me
Dear Guy Not Paying Attention

These motorcyclists obviously do take care to avoid them, or else they wouldn't be around to complain about them.

Yours Truly

Logical Guy
Dear Logical Guy,

Sorry about your mangina. I heard that the bleeding and cramps are temporary, but will come back. Not sure about the sand in it though.

Love ya,

Me.
WTF? Ain't we all on the same team here?

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#11 Unread post by Tennif Shoe »

dear that guy,

yes, i know it is wet on the street you do not need to drive on the shoulder spraying water onto me.
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#12 Unread post by Johnj »

Tennif Shoe wrote:dear that guy,

yes, i know it is wet on the street you do not need to drive on the shoulder spraying water onto me.
Did you know it's against the law, in most Asian country's, to splash somebody. :lol:
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#13 Unread post by blues2cruise »

Dear That Guy

Thank you for parking so close to me that I cannot stand my bike up straight.
(or open my car door)
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#14 Unread post by Theweapon52 »

Amdonim wrote:Dear Loud-Sportbike-Guy,

Why do you constantly rev your bike going 5 mph through campus? Do you have some idle control problem, or is this more of a compensation thing?


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#15 Unread post by Theweapon52 »

Dear that guy,

yes my bike is fast, no you cant sit on it.

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#16 Unread post by ceemes »

Dear That Guy,

Thank you. How did you know I was gasping for a smoke? It was very kind of you to toss one to me and a lit one at that. Saves me the trouble of fumbling for my lighter at 100 KPH. It's just a pity I wasn't able to pop up my visor in time to catch it, sadly it bounced off and was lost on the road.

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#17 Unread post by Wrider »

Dear That Guy,

Yes I know my bike is awesome, no you can't sit on it. And in which case I am sorry for the bruises you sustained when I forcibly removed you from my motorcycle. Maybe next time I'll have the time to teach you a lesson!

Sincerely,
The Big Guy that embarrassed you in front of your girl.
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#18 Unread post by king robb »

Wrider wrote:Dear That Guy,

Yes I know my bike is awesome, no you can't sit on it. And in which case I am sorry for the bruises you sustained when I forcibly removed you from my motorcycle. Maybe next time I'll have the time to teach you a lesson!

Sincerely,
The Big Guy that embarrassed you in front of your girl.
Wrider wrote:Basically what I'm asking you to do is stop acting like an internet tough guy. It's annoying and juvenile. Grow up, go ride, and enjoy it.
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#19 Unread post by Wrider »

Dude seriously? Are you done being a kid yet? Have I done that in person? Yes. Have I asked you to stop being a juvenile? Yes. Now go away and make noise.
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#20 Unread post by king robb »

Wrider wrote:Dude seriously? Are you done being a kid yet? Have I done that in person? Yes. Have I asked you to stop being a juvenile? Yes. Now go away and make noise.
First off to the rest of the forum...sorry that I let this go on....
...but I can't stand self righteous hypocrites.

Yes, seriously. it was less than a week ago that you sent me that very rude message, because you got sensitive about my sense of humor; and here we are with you doing exactly what you accused me of.

The irony of it to me is that I am not one to posture... or "play internet tough guy" as you put it. If I have done so in any thread...someone (like a moderator) please let me know.

The second funny in this is that you didn't even bother to make up your own story...I mean really, did you take before and after pictures too?

"now go away and make some noise" Finally we get to your real problem. Yes I ride a Harley. No, it does not have a stock exhaust nor shorties. I am also not a stop light throttle jockey.

Ride your ride. Don't trip on mine.
Also, if you can't resist being judgemental...at least don't be what you complain about.
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