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Horrible Nightmare!!!

I had a horrible nightmare last night....a truly frightening one.....I mean it was really freaking scary.....I woke the wifey up, screaming "NO, NO, NO!!!!" I raced down to the garage.....just to check it was a actual nightmare!! The nightmare was my beloved Yahama was replaced by a 883 Sportster, painted the Kawi green, and right beside was a ZX-10R in green too.......then the garage opened all by itself and Tony, Ken and Chills were standing there laughing at me.........what a horrible nightmare, they kept saying " Lets go thru the BH twisties" and laughing, even my leathers had turned that awful green. I hugged the little Yahama when I realized it was just a very terrifying nightmare.


I wonder if HD owners and Kawi owners have the same type nightmares? Then wake up with the awfully realization that they do own a HD or Kawi

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we do but then we wake up and realize that we don't have hideous yellow rims.


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wake up and realize that we don't have hideous yellow rims.




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lol, i had a dream last night too, this lil guy was chasing me with a fizzer and no matter what i could do, i could not shift into 2nd gear all i could do was keep it in 1st and barley keep the fizzer behind me by a 1/2 bike lenth, and it was scary that i couldnt loose him.

what a dream.



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I had a nightmare once that I owned an old slow FZR but then I woke up and had fond memories of my Busa.




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I had a nightmare once that I owned an old slow FZR but then I woke up and had fond memories of my Busa.
And future dreams of wearing pretty little Harley barret's.
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my beloved Yahama was replaced by a 883 Sportster
Are you saying you wanna take mine out for a ride?
It's still for sale Rick! It handles great! I'm selling it for $6800, but FOR YOU....6700.
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I had a horrible nightmare last night....a truly frightening one.....I mean it was really freaking scary.....I woke the wifey up, screaming "NO, NO, NO!!!!" I raced down to the garage.....just to check it was a actual nightmare!! The nightmare was my beloved Yahama was replaced by a 883 Sportster, painted the Kawi green, and right beside was a ZX-10R in green too.......then the garage opened all by itself and Tony, Ken and Chills were standing there laughing at me.........what a horrible nightmare, they kept saying " Lets go thru the BH twisties" and laughing, even my leathers had turned that awful green. I hugged the little Yahama when I realized it was just a very terrifying nightmare.


I wonder if HD owners and Kawi owners have the same type nightmares? Then wake up with the awfully realization that they do own a HD or Kawi

Damn! I feal sorry for you my friend
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I totally know what you mean Rick. I woke up in a cold sweat last night. I dreamt I grew a mustache, knew everything about everything and had a Canadian accent!! It was horrifying.

Thank goodness it was only a dream eh?

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I totally know what you mean Rick. I woke up in a cold sweat last night. I dreamt I grew a mustache, knew everything about everything and had a Canadian accent!! It was horrifying.

Thank goodness it was only a dream eh?
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I totally know what you mean Rick. I woke up in a cold sweat last night. I dreamt I grew a mustache, knew everything about everything and had a Canadian accent!! It was horrifying.

Thank goodness it was only a dream eh?
You forgot got anally raped my an HD owner, that why youe so prejudice against them




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lol, i had a dream last night too, this lil guy was chasing me with a fizzer and no matter what i could do, i could not shift into 2nd gear all i could do was keep it in 1st and barley keep the fizzer behind me by a 1/2 bike lenth, and it was scary that i couldnt loose him.

what a dream.


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I totally know what you mean Rick. I woke up in a cold sweat last night. I dreamt I grew a mustache, knew everything about everything and had a Canadian accent!! It was horrifying.

Thank goodness it was only a dream eh?
Yep it tough knowing how to spell, adding that "U" where it belongs, saying "roof" instead of "rauf" as for knowing everything, the only things I know for certain, is Kawi green is ugly and Harleys are heavy, slow and expensive, that's the extent of my knowledge

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Harleys are heavy, slow and expensive, that's the extent of my knowledge
You forgot extremly comfortable, American Made, Sound great and are a pleasure to ride.




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You forgot extremly comfortable, American Made, Sound great and are a pleasure to ride.
and hard on the ears and blindingly ugly to the eyes

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and hard on the ears and blindingly ugly to the eyes
Oh ya also

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Oh ya also

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remeber beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
And ALL HD owners have piss poor eye sight! And THAT"S coming from someone half BLIND in one eye.
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