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Great series of photos.

And thanks for wearing the helmet in the photos. ;)
 

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Devious2xs said:
Great series of photos.

And thanks for wearing the helmet in the photos. ;)
I'm not done with the photos yet. ;D And yer welcome fer not show'n my ugly mug! :fingure:
 

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And let's finish it off with a bang! ;D













my drunk neighbor say'n Daaaaaaayum!!! ;D



and what does a drunk neighbor do with a split open tire... :jerkoff:
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I didn't know the wheels on a yella could turn that fast. :fingure:

How did Brian get out the house to drink beer? His wife didn't give him his balls back did she? :twofinger:
 

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So, was it fun?

Did you get help pushing it into the garage?

I guess you won't be riding it to get the new tire mounted. ;D
 

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Devious2xs said:
So, was it fun?

Did you get help pushing it into the garage?

I guess you won't be riding it to get the new tire mounted. ;D
hell yeah it was fun! I was the smart one, I didn't pop my tire, only my brother-in-law. :violent1: Last tire I popped was on my 02 R1, and that shit was a bitch to clean up with threads all wrapped around the swingarm and mess. So I just gots a lil' rubber to clean off, but I'll still prolly truck speedy to git the tire mounted, she can't have 2 more miles in her. ;D
 

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If you wipe the parts that get coated with rubber with a coating of dish soap, they wash right off - and less stick in the first place.

I bet I forgot to mention that when I goaded you into this, didn't I. Although it didn't take much goading. :violent1:
 

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hell yeah it was fun! I was the smart one, I didn't pop my tire, only my brother-in-law. :violent1:
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tony is your brother in law?

great pics...wish i lived closer to you guys...its a fun bunch!
 

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DirtMcGirt said:
tony is your brother in law?
yep, he tried to warn his sister what a hooligan I was, but she wouldn't hear of it. :devil: Me and Tony have been racing rivals ever since he got his license the day he turned 16. I was pulling up to his bday party in my 71 Plymouth Satellite, and he was pulling out taking some friends for a ride in his 66 Ford Fairlane. I decided to 'follow' him down the road, and it's been hell on wheels between me and him ever since. :twofinger:
 

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Mmmmmmmmmmm, I bet your neighbours loved you that day.

The smell of stinky rubber, smoke and two screaming bikes.
 

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all of the hooligan acts are always done in my neighborhood. ;D For one, there is quite a few motorcyclists in my neighborhood, atleast 1/4 of the houses if not more like 1/3 are riders. ;D Plus, Tony and John keep their bikes at my house 'cause they gots no place fer 'em. Most of my neighbors actually git a kick out of it, and the burnout was dedicated in memory of a special neighbor this past weekend anyways. Some of ya may not know, but it was one year ago today that I lost a good friend(and neighbor) to a tragic motorcycle accident. Before the burnout, I went across the street to his house and told his wife and kids to watch, because I knew he would be. ;)
 

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cheapbastard said:
all of the hooligan acts are always done in my neighborhood. ;D For one, there is quite a few motorcyclists in my neighborhood, atleast 1/4 of the houses if not more like 1/3 are riders. ;D Plus, Tony and John keep their bikes at my house 'cause they gots no place fer 'em. Most of my neighbors actually git a kick out of it, and the burnout was dedicated in memory of a special neighbor this past weekend anyways. Some of ya may not know, but it was one year ago today that I lost a good friend(and neighbor) to a tragic motorcycle accident. Before the burnout, I went across the street to his house and told his wife and kids to watch, because I knew he would be. ;)
Now THAT is a reason for a hooligan burnout!
 
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