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Discussion in 'Jokes and Humour' at netrider.net.au started by ms_tear, Apr 9, 2007.
Just wanted to know what you'll guys think off this clip?
What a fcuking knob, if I knew that rider, I'd make sure he looked as bad as his pillion did after her fall....
Hopefully for her, it wasn't too bad, seemed to be fairly low speed, but she did hit on her elbows and hands.
Stunts should only be done when there is no risk to others, that is just plain stupid.
as the time index shows on the vid , thats 3 years old, but it resurfaces every know and then
there is followup pics floating around the net somewhere with the 'after' pics
The story if I can remember rightly , they where ( still are ? ) a stunt team, and he poped it up before she was fully ready and her left foot came of the peg and it all went pear shaped from there .
Ps: here is Dazza's original post from Feb 2005 but dont follow his link it has been taken off and it now goes to p0rn
Every time I see that clip I cringe.
lol and and i thought i was the only one...
Where you going?
The biatch shouldve been hanging on properly. :roll:
What pillion hangs onto the riders sholders? :?
Obviously one who has received no prior instructions or gear from the rider [aka "That guy who should f*&%ing know better"].
And once again, what can that video mean without the aftermatch pics:
ouch that must off hurt...
That's where I was going..........
cant blame her... she must off been on her L's
Thought there wouldve actually been more skin damage given the
speed they were doing.
ouch! , that would sting a 'bit'
OH MY I HOPE THAT DOSENT HAPPEN TO ME
How fast do you think they were going when she fell off?
TALK ABOUT PAIN I THINK 60K
Whats with the shouting? We're not deaf!
LOL I CANT SEE WITH OUT MY GLASS
Well put 'em on, as the rest of us are going deaf :!:
Seriously, it's a bit rude.