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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 05-01-2007, 08:25 AM Thread Starter
 
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Your a poser if....

You spit out the bug that just flew in your mouth.
- You spend more time shining your bike than riding it.
- You're too cool to wave at the kids in the mom-mobile in front of you.
- You grab for your hairbrush before your old lady.
- You take your bike into the shop for oil changes.
- Your $500 boots aren't scuffed from riding.
- You think that a kick-starter is a mocha latte.
- You set at least one mirror, if not both, to reflect yourself.
- Your saddle bags say "Gucci".
- You carry a lap-top in your saddle bags.
- Your tattoos wash off.
- You put your pony-tail back in the drawer after you get home.
- You won't ride down a gravel road.
- You've never seen a sunrise from two wheels.
- You only ride on weekends, when you can.
- You never ride to work.
- All your leathers match.
- There are no wrinkled, faded, creased, or scratched areas on your leathers.
- You don't own a rain suit.
- You've never ridden long enough to know that stock seats are never comfortable.
- You've never had to replace a worn out tire.
- You've had to replace your tires, but because they were too old and not too worn.
- You like to ride by stores with big picture windows so you can admire your reflection.
- You ride a Ducati.
- Your longest road trip this year was to Hooter's for bike night.
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You spit out the bug that just flew in your mouth.
- You spend more time shining your bike than riding it.
That is Gas Man. No joke.



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Excellent!!

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- You ride a Ducati.
Ah, I gotta disagree there... the folks I know that ride Duc are some of the more die-hard and dedicated riders I know. Seriously...
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My laptop doesnt fit in my saddle bag, so I guess Im not a poser.
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I guess i should point my finger at myself too...With all my moving i spend way too much time making sure she is shiny..I suck...LOL
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youre a poser if ...


you spend more time on Two Wheel Forum than on Two wheels


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I haven't done either of these... does that make me a wanna-be poser...

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- You've never seen a sunrise from two wheels.
- You don't own a rain suit.
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youre a poser if ...
you spend more time on Two Wheel Forum than on Two wheels
No fare.. I have to work 9 hours+ a day...

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post #9 of 47 (permalink) Old 05-01-2007, 09:43 AM
 
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You spit out the bug that just flew in your mouth.
- You spend more time shining your bike than riding it.
- You're too cool to wave at the kids in the mom-mobile in front of you.
- You grab for your hairbrush before your old lady.
- You take your bike into the shop for oil changes.
- Your $500 boots aren't scuffed from riding.
- You think that a kick-starter is a mocha latte.
- You set at least one mirror, if not both, to reflect yourself.
- Your saddle bags say "Gucci".
- You carry a lap-top in your saddle bags.
- Your tattoos wash off.
- You put your pony-tail back in the drawer after you get home.
- You won't ride down a gravel road.
- You've never seen a sunrise from two wheels.
- You only ride on weekends, when you can.
- You never ride to work.
- All your leathers match.
- There are no wrinkled, faded, creased, or scratched areas on your leathers.
- You don't own a rain suit.
- You've never ridden long enough to know that stock seats are never comfortable.
- You've never had to replace a worn out tire.
- You've had to replace your tires, but because they were too old and not too worn.
- You like to ride by stores with big picture windows so you can admire your reflection.
- You ride a Ducati.
- Your longest road trip this year was to Hooter's for bike night.
I have a buddy who brings his laptop home from work in the saddle bags of his Vulcan.
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I have a buddy who brings his laptop home from work in the saddle bags of his Vulcan.
Must be a small laptop or a very big saddle bag because mine wont fit.
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Good post. I have to agree that some Ducati guys are hard-core, although I would never buy one.

Real men don't need rain gear, it's just water.

What's wrong with leathers matching? I don't have matching leathers, but if you're going to get some why not get ones that match? It's one thing to worry more about being seen riding than actually riding, but if you have a choice between leathers that match and leathers that don't, why not get ones that match (all alse being equal)? It's not like you DON'T want to look good when you're riding.

What if you have to take a laptop to work? Then you either have to ride with it in you bag or you can't ride to work.

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- You like to ride by stores with big picture windows so you can admire your reflection.
guilty... I've done that a few times...
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youre a poser if ...


you spend more time on Two Wheel Forum than on Two wheels


i'm guilty of that. it's just easier to get on the computer with the kids here than to get on the bike sometimes.
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I guess i should point my finger at myself too...With all my moving i spend way too much time making sure she is shiny..I suck...LOL
You spend more time polishing my bike than I do riding it. You're a good lil poser b*tch.
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You spend more time polishing my bike than I do riding it. You're a good lil poser b*tch.
You should be polishing his helmet in return.
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post #16 of 47 (permalink) Old 05-01-2007, 10:49 AM
 
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Who says I don't?
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Who says I don't?

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Must be a small laptop or a very big saddle bag because mine wont fit.
After an all day ride in Myrtle I found out that my dad's Electra Glide can fit a case of beer in each saddle bag. I was AMAZED!!!
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After an all day ride in Myrtle I found out that my dad's Electra Glide can fit a case of beer in each saddle bag. I was AMAZED!!!
Impressive.



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I guess I'm a poser cuz I don't own a rain suit... I just ride with my normal gear..



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