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Discussion in 'Welcome Lounge' started by hornet, Aug 28, 2009.
Old mate! Have a wonderful birthday; enjoy whatever fruits being one year older, brings.
Yeah, Happy Birthday mate, and thanks for all the work you do on behalf of motorcyclists.
Thank you gentlemen. I've got a damn good present coming which I'll talk more about next week after it happens.
As well, my daughter has decided as a present to remove the Beemer down to K&R motorcycles (BMW specialists) where it is currently getting things done to it to improve it. (Tuning etc. etc.)
When it comes back the Suzuki will then go and have similar things done. Then later this year the Beemer will go and get the dents and scratches removed and a few other minor things to bring it up to is full glory.
Of course - she's not being altogether altruistic in this - she wants to grab one of them to ride over the summer as well...
But still, an excellent birthday present. :grin:
Best wishes, Methusel.... er, Tony :wink:
All the best you older fart
Hey Tony, best wishes for the day.
Wish I had a daughter that was as kind to me as yours is to you. I just get gift cards and t-shirts...
Yeah - but there's something in it for her as well though.
Ah, that's the difference. My wife detests "that thing" or "the extraneous limb extractor" or "the death mobile" as she calls it. And there's no way that she'd let the kids, or even the newly arrived grandkids on the back.
Plus they're not really interested, anyway. Although the daughter did take the granddaughter on a sidecar Harley ride at her husband's Xmas breakup last year, which they enjoyed.
Must've been all the vibrations, noise, bits and pieces falling off everywhere and the breakdown ute following them that was the attraction...
Happy Birthday Tony
Hope you've had a good day & weekend.
I wonder what your daughter will get you (herself) for Father's Day. *LOL*
Happy birthday Tony. Hope you had a great day.
Lucky man. I can't even get my daughter to pillion with me.
Hmmm. Wondering if this is a good time to take my bike down to Phil's and try to convince him that it's the one your daughter is having the work done on.