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Old 12-12-00, 08:38 PM   #1
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Old 12-15-00, 09:13 AM   #3
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funny...that's not the first time someone said that to me.....


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i'm not suprised!!
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That looks like fun... Lemme try!

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Hmmm, not quite the same impact is it?
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*shrug* guess not
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gnein?

Pardon my ignorance, what does "gnein" mean?
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Searching Yahoo! for "gnien" came up with BikeForums.Com as the #1 match, nice
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don't worry be happy

do not stress on the meaning of gnein, there is none really.

it`s just a sound that me and one of my friend often say, simply because it sounds cool....and then we decided to try and spell it one day......gnein was the result

that is the only way i can explain it without actually saying it.

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Old 01-04-01, 07:01 AM   #10
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He he..there is no help for a unicycling Gnein..

How do you get up hills on one of those things anyway???

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well getting up a hill is a hard thing to do....you really have to have balance, i'm not that good at climbing hills, i can a bit, but if it's to steep and rough, i just can't anymore.

however, if you have lots of time, and have lots of endurance. you can just hop up the hill, that's fairly easy...


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