Yes. * When on the set of an adult movie shoot. (though that has fairly high comedy potential...) * When the right one walks in on you, and isn't inclined to join you two. (this however, does not...) I'm still on the fence whether my '94 R1100RS is a mistake. Bad: 178,000 miles Good: Absolutely *immaculate* maintenance records (I spent 3 hours entering 285 individual records into Excel) - to include tire changes, and how many miles each set of tires was worth. Bad: Heavy for a 'starter bike' Good: Exceptionally smooth power band - no "6500 RPM Surprises" for the newbie rider. Bad: The second's owner loaned the pristine bike to his nephew (always a brilliant idea, right?), and the nephew crashed and busted up the front plastics, the headlight glass, 3 ribs and a spleen. Good: $1500 for a smooth running bike with a 'typical wear' value of $4500-6000. Is it a mistake? Or do I just want something different, like a VFR or F650GS? Hard for me to tell.