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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 07:12 PM
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I think it's pretty damn funny when people use the excuse "id rather spend time riding..." Than cleaning my bike.


Shut the fcuk up. Your a lazy fcuk that doesn't like to clean.... I find that most individuals who use that line have a messy car and a messy house as well. There's down time when you can clean your bike.... You're just to lazy and a dirty human being. I ride the shit out of my bike and still find time to give her a good detail at least once a week... And yes, I ride in pouring rain as well.

Quit using riding as an excuse to excuse your lazy ass. I can only imagine how you like your women.
Butt hurt much? Why do you care if others don't wash their vehicles? Guess what, I haven't washed my car and bike ever since I got them.

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Then you need worse brakes, not better ones. I suggest adding some air to your lines and spraying your pads with wd-40 before you go out. You'll find all kinds of corner speed.
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post #32 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 07:22 PM
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I think it's pretty damn funny when people use the excuse "id rather spend time riding..." Than cleaning my bike.


Shut the fcuk up. Your a lazy fcuk that doesn't like to clean.... I find that most individuals who use that line have a messy car and a messy house as well. There's down time when you can clean your bike.... You're just to lazy and a dirty human being. I ride the shit out of my bike and still find time to give her a good detail at least once a week... And yes, I ride in pouring rain as well.

Quit using riding as an excuse to excuse your lazy ass. I can only imagine how you like your women.
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post #33 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 07:27 PM
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Butt hurt much? Why do you care if others don't wash their vehicles? Guess what, I haven't washed my car and bike ever since I got them.
Stop it. I don't want to go tell on you.....

Lol not butt hurt... Just posting up my view on people that use that line. I could care less how often you clean you're bike, plus, that wasn't the point in my rant.

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I used Zep stove top cleaner on my wheels lol and it left them spotless
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post #35 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 07:41 PM
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Stop it. I don't want to go tell on you.....

Lol not butt hurt... Just posting up my view on people that use that line. I could care less how often you clean you're bike, plus, that wasn't the point in my rant.
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Bwaha.

Sorry, gotta set those words on my iPhone.
hahahha I'm just fcking with you Blue. I use to wash my first car and use to wash and wax my parents cars are a regular basis LONG LONG time ago but not anymore.

The outside of my car might be dirty, but the interior has to be organized and clean. I don't have any old drinks, clothes and shit all over the place.

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post #38 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 09:17 PM
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hahahha I'm just fcking with you Blue. I use to wash my first car and use to wash and wax my parents cars are a regular basis LONG LONG time ago but not anymore.

The outside of my car might be dirty, but the interior has to be organized and clean. I don't have any old drinks, clothes and shit all over the place.
Lol same here. I can't stand having my car a mess.

All good. :Cheers

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