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Discussion in 'The Pub' started by Aly, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. I still dont have the message ;) Thanks for the link whomever posted it!

    "1 person dropped twice and should of learnt from the 1st drop but the 2nd one wrote the bike off. She is now on bike 2 and finnaly got the message to learn to ride."

  2. LOL crash test dummies for the win !
  3. mmmm mmmm mmmm mmmm once there was this girl who
  4. Are you serious? Wtf wrote that?
  5. Dunno who wrote it, but it's a bit of a prick comment to make....

    Sounds like a bad karma comment to me!
  6. Confused........what the hell?!?!?!?!?!?!
  7. HI RUSTI.............

  8. Bwaahaha. .. I'm baaacckkk!
  9. This threads got some legs to it
    Lets chuck a name to the comment
  10. And.....?
  11. Chuck Norris?

  12. Chuckleberry Finn?
  13. Easy enough to find out. Google the first sentence and you'll find a post on another forum by someone who happens to share a username with a regular here...
  14. meh I'm over it.
  15. GRRRRRRRR !!!
    Oh and he obviously doesn't use spell check o_O

  17. For a start, he's plain wrong about there being a low percentage of drops. I've dropped all of my three bikes at least once. All low speed/no speed mind you, but still drops. Of course, he might be confused about "offs" and "drops" and the difference between.
  18. sif dropping ya bike is some kind of hideous crime
    shit happens
  19. I haven't dropped a bike yet, touch wood, but I've come close enough in the past to realise that any stones that I'd potentially be throwing would be well and truly in danger of bringing down the glass house around me.

    Indeed shit happens - you learn from your mistakes and move on.