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#101 Unread post by Wrider » Tue Nov 30, 2010 2:02 am

Dear that guy,
It snowed! Speed up so I can drift around the corners like I want to!
Ok sorry Blues just had to. We just had our first "snow" of the year finally (new record), and it was only a dusting, and I was itching to try out the V8 RWD truck... haha
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#102 Unread post by blues2cruise » Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:00 pm

Wrider wrote:Dear that guy,
It snowed! Speed up so I can drift around the corners like I want to!
Ok sorry Blues just had to. We just had our first "snow" of the year finally (new record), and it was only a dusting, and I was itching to try out the V8 RWD truck... haha
That's what big empty parking lots are for. :mrgreen:
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#103 Unread post by Wrider » Wed Dec 01, 2010 1:22 am

blues2cruise wrote:That's what big empty parking lots are for. :mrgreen:
Empty??? :shock:
That's why everyone kept getting mad at me!
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#104 Unread post by blues2cruise » Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:26 pm

Wrider wrote:
blues2cruise wrote:That's what big empty parking lots are for. :mrgreen:
Empty??? :shock:
That's why everyone kept getting mad at me!
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#105 Unread post by dr_bar » Thu Dec 02, 2010 3:17 pm

Wrider wrote:Dear that guy,
It snowed! Speed up so I can drift around the corners like I want to!
Ok sorry Blues just had to. We just had our first "snow" of the year finally (new record), and it was only a dusting, and I was itching to try out the V8 RWD truck... haha

Snow on the ground??? Doesn't that mean it's time for you to go out and find a great deal on a two wheeled vehicle???
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#106 Unread post by High_Side » Thu Dec 30, 2010 2:06 pm

Dear that LADY from up the street:

I imagine your surprise at seeing me this morning.....or maybe it wasn't a surprise, just a bad case of "Clown Brows."

Last week you were a reasonably attractive 40 y.o. woman. For Christmas you decided that you needed to change it up a little getting your eyebrows removed and re-drawn in an effort to look like Tammy Fay Baker. Your husband likely would not say a word, for fear of reprisal but I believe that I represent all men when I say " how the HELL can you think that is attractive"? It's nothing against you personally, as you are a very nice person. However I am only trying to save you from the shame that is the female fashion equivalent of the male comb-over. So please, when you return home, wash the magic marker from your mid-forehead and re-draw them in a location that is reasonably close to what the average human being would grow them, and wait until the real thing slowly returns...

As I am most notably NOT a fashion model myself you can take this with a grain of salt. However, I do know what a shame it was to see the decline from last week until now and am saddened to see this happen to someone at such a young age. :P

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#107 Unread post by Johnj » Thu Dec 30, 2010 4:59 pm

High_Side wrote: "Clown Brows." :P
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#108 Unread post by blues2cruise » Thu Dec 30, 2010 9:26 pm

Johnj wrote:
High_Side wrote: "Clown Brows." :P
:laughing:
:laughing: I agree with you.... :laughing: :laughing:
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#109 Unread post by sapaul » Wed Jan 19, 2011 1:45 am

Dear that Girl.

It distressed me to get your note explaining that coco pops are really difficult to get out of the leather interior of your SLK Mercedes and that the chocolate milk stains will be almost impossible to remove. I am assuming that the same will the case for the expensive dress that you were wearing. Please understand that I am not distressed for you, but no Merc deserves to have coco pops thrown around it's interior.

Did you not hear that bike when you were eating your breakfast, were you not suprised when that biker slapped your window, of course you were, that's how the coco pops flew around the car.

I suppose the lesson to be learned is, eat your coco pops dry when you are on your way to wherever.
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#110 Unread post by fireguzzi » Wed Jan 19, 2011 7:14 am

sapaul wrote:Dear that Girl.

It distressed me to get your note explaining that coco pops are really difficult to get out of the leather interior of your SLK Mercedes and that the chocolate milk stains will be almost impossible to remove. I am assuming that the same will the case for the expensive dress that you were wearing. Please understand that I am not distressed for you, but no Merc deserves to have coco pops thrown around it's interior.

Did you not hear that bike when you were eating your breakfast, were you not suprised when that biker slapped your window, of course you were, that's how the coco pops flew around the car.

I suppose the lesson to be learned is, eat your coco pops dry when you are on your way to wherever.
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#111 Unread post by blues2cruise » Wed Jan 19, 2011 10:17 am

sapaul wrote:Dear that Girl.

It distressed me to get your note explaining that coco pops are really difficult to get out of the leather interior of your SLK Mercedes and that the chocolate milk stains will be almost impossible to remove. I am assuming that the same will the case for the expensive dress that you were wearing. Please understand that I am not distressed for you, but no Merc deserves to have coco pops thrown around it's interior.

Did you not hear that bike when you were eating your breakfast, were you not suprised when that biker slapped your window, of course you were, that's how the coco pops flew around the car.

I suppose the lesson to be learned is, eat your coco pops dry when you are on your way to wherever.
She deserves stains in her car.
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#112 Unread post by blues2cruise » Wed Jan 19, 2011 10:20 am

Dear That Guy

Just because the snow makes it challenging to see the lane markings does not give you the right to just wander all over the road.
There are 2 lanes....and...yes...you still need a signal so the rest of us have some clue that you are about to change lanes just as you get to the stop line.

You are fotrunate that I have 4 snow tires on my vehicle and was able to stop....

As I passed you once we got across the intersection, I noticed your white knuckles clinging for dear life on your steering wheel and your terrified stare out your front window.

If you are that nervous, you should not be driving. Take a cab next time.
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#113 Unread post by sapaul » Thu Jan 20, 2011 5:46 am

blues2cruise wrote:
sapaul wrote:Dear that Girl.

It distressed me to get your note explaining that coco pops are really difficult to get out of the leather interior of your SLK Mercedes and that the chocolate milk stains will be almost impossible to remove. I am assuming that the same will the case for the expensive dress that you were wearing. Please understand that I am not distressed for you, but no Merc deserves to have coco pops thrown around it's interior.

Did you not hear that bike when you were eating your breakfast, were you not suprised when that biker slapped your window, of course you were, that's how the coco pops flew around the car.

I suppose the lesson to be learned is, eat your coco pops dry when you are on your way to wherever.
She deserves stains in her car.
True story this, no lie. Not me though, one of the Think Bike members. She was traveling along with a bowl of coco pops on her lap, milk and all. Our guy caught her at a robot and slapped the window hard just as a spoonful was about to be devoured. She shyte herself, threw the bowl up in the air and drenched both her and the car. Then wrote to Think Bike to complain about the biker. you can imagine how we all rolled around with this one.
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#114 Unread post by blues2cruise » Fri Jan 21, 2011 12:05 am

You will have to define a South African Robot..... :dunno:
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#115 Unread post by sapaul » Fri Jan 21, 2011 5:10 am

blues2cruise wrote:You will have to define a South African Robot..... :dunno:

uuummmm OK

Red
Yellow
Green

but most peeps here ignore them or think that when it goes red over there they can go here. :shock:
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#116 Unread post by Wrider » Fri Jan 21, 2011 5:17 pm

Ohhhh a traffic light! Gotcha.
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#117 Unread post by blues2cruise » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:02 pm

Wrider wrote:Ohhhh a traffic light! Gotcha.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who did not know. :)
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#118 Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:46 am

sapaul wrote:
blues2cruise wrote:You will have to define a South African Robot..... :dunno:

uuummmm OK

Red
Yellow
Green

but most peeps here ignore them or think that when it goes red over there they can go here. :shock:
LOL!!

South African Robot

Never heard a traffic light called that before.. haha.
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#119 Unread post by sapaul » Tue Jan 25, 2011 2:30 am

Why use 2 English words when 1 will do. We spent millions on solar powered robots. The problem is the township dwellers have figured out that they can run their TV's off the panels, so they have nicked the lot to the tune of 9 million rand. Now our robots don't work, so sad.
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#120 Unread post by sapaul » Tue Jan 25, 2011 2:39 am

Dear Township dweller

Can you please return our solar panels to us that you borrowed from the robots. In the interest of road safety it is important that these robots work as they contribute to the safety of all road users and indeed to the economy of the country. We understand that the government is slow in providing the proper infrastructure and that hooking up your electric directly to the pylon is a little dangerous. We also understand that without TV the population of the country will explode even more. Perhaps a letter to our President Zuma will persuade him that everyone should be entitled to a solar panel, we do after all live in a country that has 365 days of sunshine a year. Failing this request will mean that we will have to allow more Zimbabwean immigrants into the country with the plan of standing said person at intersections with coloured torches. Whilst not the perfect solution it will provide employment and enhance the economy at far less cost. However if we do this it is unlikely that Zuma will grant your request for solar panels.
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