Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Dorsicano, Feb 3, 2011.
I'd suspect a Bavarian can of
Depending on who you are, and how you look at it. Those are two good reasons TO call it a Wethead!
I did some Photoshop ...
Both curves adjusted to diferent scales looks something like this
Not sure ... was this seen ?
Wethead is Ok as such but why the totaltarian dogmatic decision by a few or for that one?
It's a German bike but it's not 1939, whatever you do don't mention the war!!!!
Put it to a vote with a deadline.
Moderating is not forcing your views upon others, or is it?
Rise up to fight the oppressor (s)!!
The hell - someone do more to your cherrios this morning than piss in them?
T'were anything up for a vote I'd go for something referencing the spork. Or combine them like Wasser spork or would that be spork-wasser?
Id wanted to make a reference to the fork tailed devil (Lockheed P-38) but couldn't quite get fork nosed devil to come out in German.
I am sorry, Sir, to tell you that battle is over, and if you aren't a wethead, you lost.
Don't believe me?
Check the GSpot FAQ question 2.11 with answer for yourself.
can we finally put this nonsense to rest? :eek1 :huh
Now that looks awesome! Thanks for taking the effort to create the chart. It looks even more impressive on the graph than it did in a table. By the way, as long as you are photoshopping, can you fix the axis labels which Web Bike World screwed up?
If you end up with GS you will have to put up with this kind of s*it all the time
You mean TT or Wunderlich don't make a farkle to stop that?
Seriously guys type in Wethead in Google images and see what kind of pictures come up, then try the same for Wasserboxer. Wethead doesn't make any sense at all if you ask me; at least Camhead made sense
:eek1 my innocents, my beautiful innocents.
Neither did CAMhead, OILhead, or HEXhed before the names wer adopted.
Wasn't really funny the first time it was posted a few pages back.....this thread is going downhill.
someone is grumpy because he wants it called waterboxer?
Are these crank numbers?
Actually my suggestion was Woxer (pronounced Voxer), but I don't really care, just wish we could get back to some real talk about the bike itself.