Well done boys.
Aye, well done indeed.
As usual…. quite funny and kicking folks in the nuts… as they deserve.
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Strumming my pain with his fingers,
Singing my life with his words.
Killing me softly with his song,
Killing me softly…
Heh heh. :D
It’s all good, though. I’m happy to own it.
After all, I speak Dork.
Always figured if your on a bike and you’re having fun, you must be doing SOMETHING right.
But what the fuck do I know?
No way would any true self-respecting roadie casually leave his bike in a rack meant for the other mindless rabble cyclists. The bike must be wheeled in to the coffee shop as if attached to the hip. “it’s worth more than your car, dude”
Ms. Momma +1.
I agree with Cycle Mama . . . a *real* roadie would *never* park a bike in a bike rack put there by the City Fathers for the unwashed masses, most of whom wouldn’t need it as they have kickstands. Other than that minor faux pas I was ROTFLMAO. All that said, the only Velominati rules I concern myself with are #’s 5, 6, 9 and 10. If not paying attention to any of the rest changes my name to “Fred” then so be it. Now that I think about it, that attitude alone might be enough to make me “Fred.”
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