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I want to marry a woman who allows this.

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Not bad, but I have a customer that has 12 bsa/noton/triumphs in their living room
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Fuck if she allows it. I have not rode one of the old bmws since 1976. Very cool toys.

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I thought you were talking about the sword on the wall.

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I thought you were talking about the sword on the wall.
I was actually talking about the ceiling fan and the mini antelope head... but the bikes are kinda cool now that I look at it.

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No kidding, have a feeling his wife may actually go by the name Bruce or Jim, a life partner if you will......
Don't know any woman that would let that one slide. One very good reason I will never take the plunge. Hell all my married buddies but one or two still have their bikes after getting married, damn shame

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i actually dont think that looks good at all. if they are trying to show off the bikes as pieces of art, they did a horrible job. they just seem to be "thrown in" where ever there is space looks more like storage then showing off. the rest of the room does not go well with the bike sitting there. i say they need an interior make over.

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i actually dont think that looks good at all. if they are trying to show off the bikes as pieces of art, they did a horrible job. they just seem to be "thrown in" where ever there is space looks more like storage then showing off. the rest of the room does not go well with the bike sitting there. i say they need an interior make over.
it's not fung shei enough for you. Would you rather it be a tower of empties? or the bullitin board of panties?

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My buddy has a 911 siting in his family room. He built a garage door into his family room. The car has like 600 miles on it and is about 25 years old, now thats having a considered wife. I can sell most Ideas at home but this one might even be tough for me.
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It gets in the way of a bookshelf of books that have probably never been read.
Does any one actually read the books they have on their shelves I always thought they for decoration only I am sure some of them are dummy books with no pages.
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it's not fung shei enough for you. Would you rather it be a tower of empties? or the bullitin board of panties?
hard to make a tower of bottles, just gotta put them on any flat surface

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This is the whole reason my next house will have a walkout finished basement. My bikes will be in the basement on display with track lighting every winter.




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This is the whole reason my next house will have a walkout finished basement. My bikes will be in the basement on display with track lighting every winter.
Can Rachel and I come over, sit on them and make "vroom vroom" noises?

We have at least one bike in the house all winter long. I didn't feel like changing the water over to antifreeze on Rachels R6 so I just put it in the living room.

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those are some sweet curtains, what a great wife!

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Can Rachel and I come over, sit on them and make "vroom vroom" noises?

We have at least one bike in the house all winter long. I didn't feel like changing the water over to antifreeze on Rachels R6 so I just put it in the living room.
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oh and that was the whole reason I heated my garage this winter as I was too lazy to change out the water in the Duc. Funny thing is the heat project took waaaaaaay more hours and money than just changing out the damn antifreeze




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No kidding, have a feeling his wife may actually go by the name Bruce or Jim, a life partner if you will......
Don't know any woman that would let that one slide. One very good reason I will never take the plunge. Hell all my married buddies but one or two still have their bikes after getting married, damn shame

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All depends on the kind of woman you marry, I got married with no bike and there are currently 3 in the garage

Find a chic thats a tom boy and you will be fine, prissy chics are nothing but problems when it comes to your toys or freedoms




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