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Old 04-11-06, 07:48 PM   #1
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Have a laugh at my expense.

Today I managed to one forget the bike at home when I went for a ride, two after getting back to the destination from getting the bike I managed to lock my camelback in the car with the keys wallet and cell phone.
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Old 04-11-06, 07:52 PM   #2
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I laugh at you daily but this one is super funny. So, how was the ride?????? You should really lay off that stuff.
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Old 04-11-06, 08:03 PM   #3
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It was decent once I jimmied the door of my car open with an old wire hanger that I found in the garbage.
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you shouldnt consume that greenstuff after having already spent the night consuming it...


ahahaahaa..

nice one there though


it wasnt the skerbals that caused this was it...

might have to report it to the surgeon general

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Old 04-11-06, 08:20 PM   #5
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Maybe Someone's trying to tell you something.......
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Old 04-11-06, 08:43 PM   #7
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All I have to say to you Kona is.......SMOOTH!
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lol.
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Been there. Glad you still had a good time
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Yep. *nods head in agreement* Anybody with a Kona manages to pull things off, huh KonaRider?

It's because we're cool like that.
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Old 04-11-06, 10:32 PM   #11
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My stupid moment on my way to a ride today:
I was on my way to a ride today with 2 other friends. I'm sitting in the back seat and look back at my bike in the trunk track to make sure everything seems secure as we are pulling out and I suddenly see my helmet wedged against the wheel of one of the bikes. I shout for the driver to pull into a parking lot and see the helmet fall right into the middle of the street. Luckily there was a red light up the road so I had time to scramble out of the car and rescue my helmet before it was crushed.
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Haha . Oh well, at least you enjoyed the ride.
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Have a laugh at your expense, not this time. Really lucky you found a coat hanger in the trash. However I will gladly laugh if this happens to you again within the next month.
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Bwahahahahaha, I've forgoten shoes and helmet, but never the bike. I did forget the keys to my rack once, that's fun.
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I'll always take the opportunity to laugh at someone, so here goes...

hahahaaaahahaaaaaaaaa
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Tip the car on its back, it will flail like a turtle and open its doors
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Shoes, I have forgotten them once but now I just leave them in the car, bike? lol, thats a good one. You ever forget your kids at the mall? I was gonna post this earlier but I forgot to. One time though I went with a friend, we rode really hard and got back to his truck whipped tired and it was getting dark, and... he had locked his keys inside, it was a 17 mile ride back home on my bike, lol.
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