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Old 10-03-07, 10:08 AM
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not that this has anything to do with anything,

but it is a hot girl on a bike, that is all

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That's a girl?


Maybe she's in the background.
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No assitol. Check.

Adam's apple. Check.

Anti-boobies. Check.

Mean mug. Check.

The dudes here are prettier than her. Delete thread.


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Old 10-03-07, 10:11 AM
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Ah, overplucked "I'M ALWAYS ANGRY" eyebrows. Gotta love it.
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She does look like Spock!


Nice bike, though.
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Nice bike

<edit> beaten to it. gmta
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She does look like Spock!


Nice bike, though.
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Ok. What just happened here? That was wierd.
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Ok. What just happened here? That was wierd.
Spock shoved BDG into the transporter.
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Spock shoved BDG into the transporter.
whoshhhhhhh....... Im back
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Is that in Birmingham? I need to break out my fixed gear Ciocc and head down there.

Edit, just noticed the lack of SUV, prevalence of hatchbacks, and what looks like actual culture. Definitely not America.
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I was thinking the same thing!
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People of relatively normal height have it easy street when it comes to finding nice old bikes, be they road for conversion or track already. The rest of us get the short end of the stick (or the tall end, in my case).
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People of relatively normal height have it easy street when it comes to finding nice old bikes, be they road for conversion or track already. The rest of us get the short end of the stick (or the tall end, in my case).

You have your pick of women. We get the good bikes and airline seats.


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what looks like actual culture
You can see all that from a photo? Guess I need to get out more.
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I think she's actually very pretty!
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You have your pick of women.
I do? Could have fooled me.
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You can see all that from a photo? Guess I need to get out more.
not really, I was just making yet another opportunity to poke fun at American "culture."
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I wouldn't mind being around her. Although, I would inquire about the opened "fist sized" condom package hanging out of her backpack.
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Is that in Birmingham? I need to break out my fixed gear Ciocc and head down there.

Edit, just noticed the lack of SUV, prevalence of hatchbacks, and what looks like actual culture. Definitely not America.

judging from the street signs and the ford ka, i would say that is belgium or somewhere similar, i would need one of our euro posters to verifiy

as for the fist sized condom package, i aint touching that one
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And the car is left hand drive, sort of negates the chance of Engerlanderland being the setting. Not completely negated, but not likely either.
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And the car is left hand drive, sort of negates the chance of Engerlanderland being the setting. Not completely negated, but not likely either.
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