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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-17-2003, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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Roflmoooooooooooo!

Saw this on another BBS and I can't stop laughing!!!!
You might be a racer if...
>
> ...you know how to properly pronounce "Criville"
> ...you walk proper lines through the grocery store with the cart.
> ...you've ever had to explain the term "pucker factor".
> ...you've paid $5.00 a gallon for gas without complaining.
> ...your idea of a decent sort of house to buy is one with a basement
> and a big garage, a downhill driveway so you can bump-start your
> racebike, and a working toilet on the property somewhere.
> ...you bought a race bike before buying a house.
> ...you bought a race bike before buying furniture for the new house.
> ...you're looking for a bike transport vehicle and still haven't
> bought furniture!
> ...you hear "overcooked it" and think "off the track" instead
> of "Denny's".
> ...you sit on your race bike in the garage and make bike noises and
> shift and practice your throttle blipping/braking, while waiting for
> your motor to get back from the shop.
> ...you look at the purchase of tools as a long term investment.
> ...at least one of your children was conceived at a race track.
> ...your garage has more bikes than your house has bedrooms.
> ...you have enough spare parts to build another bike
> ...you have bike parts in your cubicle at work
> ...you registered for wedding gifts at Marietta Motorsports
> ...after your answer to "How was your weekend?" the next question is
> always: "And you do this for fun? Right?"
> ...you've ported your 2-stroke lawn mower, chain saw, or weed eater
> ...your reading material in your bathroom consists of a 1-888-FASTLAP
> catalog, and 400 bike magazines, none of which have centerfolds.
> ...some people only know you by your racing class & bike number
> ...your first date involves asking her to crew for you.
> ...you plan your wedding around the race schedule.
> ...you complain when cars in front of you on highway off-ramps don't
> stay on the line, causing your exit speed to drop.
> ...you tell a friend you need to clean up the head this weekend and
> they think you mean the toilet.
> ...you gladly pay $9 for a bottle of engine oil.
> ...you hate long distance driving, but gladly drive 800 miles to the
> race track.
> ...you save broken bike parts as "momentos".
> ...you've found your lawnmower runs pretty good on 108 octane gas
> ...you've got 3 immaculate race bikes always race ready, but your
> wife has to nag you for 2 months before you fix the headlight in her
> car.


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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-17-2003, 03:29 PM
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So if I'm a racer why am I so damn slow?

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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-17-2003, 03:37 PM
freaking newbies, man there slow, ha ha ha
 
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Re: Roflmoooooooooooo!

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> ...you complain when cars in front of you on highway off-ramps don't
> stay on the line, causing your exit speed to drop.
>
Who else not only doesn't this, but also looks through the turn on a long carosel ramp..... when they are in their car.

I still haven't mastered the decreasing radius ramp on my way home from work.
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Re: Roflmoooooooooooo!

> ...your idea of a decent sort of house to buy is one with a basement
> and a big garage, a downhill driveway so you can bump-start your
> racebike, and a working toilet on the property somewhere.
Mental note..make sure it's paved

> ...you bought a race bike before buying a house.
Well, it's my race bike NOW.

> ...you bought a race bike before buying furniture for the new house.
Same stuff I've had for years. $200 from some guy at work, five years ago!

> ...you're looking for a bike transport vehicle and still haven't
> bought furniture!

> ...you sit on your race bike in the garage and make bike noises and
> shift and practice your throttle blipping/braking, while waiting for
> your motor to get back from the shop.
Or wounds to mend

> ...you look at the purchase of tools as a long term investment.
I think this is a guy thing..

> ...at least one of your children was conceived at a race track.
Not yet..

> ...your garage has more bikes than your house has bedrooms.
I'm not that bad, only equal numbers. (3)

> ...you have bike parts in your cubicle at work

> ...after your answer to "How was your weekend?" the next question is
> always: "And you do this for fun? Right?"
Yeah, especially when you walk into work with your arm in a sling.

> ...your reading material in your bathroom consists of a 1-888-FASTLAP
> catalog, and 400 bike magazines, none of which have centerfolds.
Somebody's been in my bathroom !

> ...some people only know you by your racing class & bike number
Or nickname!

> ...your first date involves asking her to crew for you.
Maybe that's why I get shot down

> ...you plan your wedding around the race schedule.
How many NESBA control riders getting hitched??

> ...you complain when cars in front of you on highway off-ramps don't
> stay on the line, causing your exit speed to drop.
Yeah, or they hit the f'n brakes!

> ...you've found your lawnmower runs pretty good on 108 octane gas
Well, 93.

> ...you've got 3 immaculate race bikes always race ready, but your
> wife has to nag you for 2 months before you fix the headlight in her
> car.
What's this 'wife' thing I keep hearing about

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post #6 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-17-2003, 07:38 PM
Who's faster Lupi
 
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so true so true

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Always 1 step ahead of Lupi. 1:24:7 BHF
And 1 step behind Kimmy

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It reminds me of the squid survey.

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