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Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by jamin_mathis, May 13, 2010.
Charles, charles, charels, probably best you don't have kids!
33 and no kids here. My wife is sick of paying for birth control and pushing me to 'snip snip' myself. Now I'm questioning whether I pay for her birth control or just have the operation done. First world, double income no kids problems, I know...
One of the all time greatest bar pick up lines; "how'd you like to see my vasectomy scar"
He could be the evening presenter at the noobs rally
folks with kids will never have the enjoyment of not having kids.
and they get defensive when you tell them you're not having kids.
such a weird comeback.
have kids. don't have kids. who cares.
but while you're raising your kids, i'll be out riding.
The truth.. My son is going on 1.5 years old and its freaking hard getting out on the bike. Mama works the days I have off so scheduling a baby sitter just to go ride is a bitch. And day rides only right now no overnight stuff.
I full respect peoples decision not to have children. You really do not realise how much free time you had untill you have a kid. But it has its perks my kid is a fucking awesome baby genius and fucking loves me more than anything else I have ever experienced.
Have kids or don't its all good. But if you do have one or some be involved and make them decent human beings.
One year old and likes hanging in the pits with dad at the races.
And when you get to my age you realize how wonderful it is to have them around as adults. Mine are 22, 27, and 30. Since the oldest, my first daughter, just turned 30 last week, and I'm turning 60 in a few more weeks, we're all doing a short cruise-ship trip out of Long Beach later on in the month. Everybody is super excited just to vacation together.
Enjoy your children - they grow up SUPER fast - soon you'll look back and wonder just what the hell happened!
WOW, to say riding is better than having children (of course many are self centered about themselves) that have grown up being honor students, top of there class, spent countless thankful hours of volunteering for the less fortunate & a future that looks incredible bright for both, you have no idea what your missing! On the other hand, if your children grew up being degenerates, drug users & other unfortunate forms of life i feel for you! Everything starts @ home, if your more consumed with your own life & happiness then RIDE ON!
Top Ten Reasons Why Harley Riders Don't Wave Back:
10. Afraid it will invalidate warranty.
9. Leather and studs make it too heavy to raise arm.
8. Refuse to wave to anyone whose bike is already paid for.
7. Afraid to let go of handlebars because they might vibrate off.
6. Rushing wind would blow scabs off the new tattoos.
5. Angry because just took out second mortgage to pay luxury tax on new Harley.
4. Just discovered the fine print in owner's manual and realized H-D is partially owned by Honda.
3. Can't tell if other riders are waving or just reaching to cover their ears like everyone else.
2. Remembers the last time a Harley rider waved back, he impaled his hand on spiked helmet.
1. They're too tired from spending hours polishing all that chrome to lift their arms.
Top Ten Reasons Why Gold Wing Riders Don't Wave Back:
10. Wasn't sure whether other rider was waving or making an obscene gesture.
9. Afraid might get frostbite if hand is removed from heated grip.
8. Has arthritis and the past 400 miles have made it difficult to raise arm.
7. Reflection from etched windshield momentarily blinded him.
6. The espresso machine just finished.
5. Was actually asleep when other rider waved.
4. Was in a three-way conference call with stockbroker and accessories dealer.
3. Was distracted by odd shaped blip on radar screen.
2. Was simultaneously adjusting the air suspension, seat height, programmable CD player, seat temperature and satellite navigation system.
1. Couldn't find the "auto wave back" button on dashboard.
Top 10 Reasons Sport Bike Riders Don't Wave:
10. They have not been riding long enough to know they're supposed to.
9. They're going too fast to have time enough to register the movement and respond.
8. You weren't wearing bright enough gear.
7. If they stick their arm out going that fast they'll rip it out of the socket.
6. They're too occupied with trying to get rid of their chicken strips.
5. They look way too cool with both hands on the bars or they don't want to unbalance themselves while standing on the tank.
4. Their skin tight-Kevlar-ballistic-nylon kangaroo-leather suits prevent any position other than foetal.
3. Raising an arm allows bugs into the armholes of their tank tops.
2. It's too hard to do one-handed stoppies.
1. They were too busy slipping their flip-flop back on.
Top Ten Reasons Why BMW Riders Don't Wave Back:
10. New Aero stitch suit is too stiff to raise arm.
9. Removing a hand from the bars is considered "bad" form.
8. Your bike isn't weird enough looking to justify acknowledgment.
7. Too sore from an 800-mile day on a stock "comfort" seat.
6. Too busy programming the GPS, listening to Ipod, XM, or talking on the cell phone.
5. He's an Iron Butt rider and you're not!
4. Wires from Gerbings are too short.
3. You're not riding the "right kind" of BMW.
2. You haven't been properly introduced.
1. Afraid it will be misinterpreted as a friendly gesture.
CLASSIC , is the wife out of town (your board) for your biblical writings or the Easter bunny put a spell on U?
A few times a year my Bro and I take the old trikes out to re live the good old days.....and I actually enjoy riding them
@theGrinch said your just mad because you can't get your boyfriend pregnant.........
Pretty sure that voids the warranty
Then it's safe to say that the warranty was voided as soon as it left the lot
Never thought it would happen but I sold my Honda RC51 a couple of weeks ago to a friend in the bay area. I owned it for 11 years and hardly rode it since it was a terrific track bike but horrible street bike.
I ended up replacing it with Jo's (roundtripping) BMW F650GS though :)
Gonna miss Jo though
me too but now we have an excuse to to Oregon.