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Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by the darth peach, Sep 17, 2008.
Yo girl, next weekend.. Can you make it?? http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=398119
Come to Morro Bay next weekend and we all can wave to each other (in person), with a beer in the other hand...
He's SO scoop-upable!!
ALMOST makes me want to have one.......
Don't make me look at a map!!!
I am not going to lie, I had to !
I think there are a few of you out there I need to stop in and say HI to!!!
I'll add it to the trail!
homeowners association party roast anyone?
I got Sal and Marge driving their Lincoln Continental up to meet us, ha ha
Hopefully the one and only Darth Peach and I can have a beer or twelve for you.
NOBODY is safe from the squish.....
He's got his weapon, I've got mine......
That's lip gloss in my hand....
Think he'd be mad if I borrowed his radar detector?
I swear my bike reads faster than actual.........
At this point, he declined the offer to swap bikes........
And this for all of my AR friends out there....
Clean chain, dirty bike.........
Quote: "An Arnold Palmer to quench my thirst......."
My Favorite drink...Non-alcoholic drink.
Just a note on the Dirty thing..
It really just sounds like all these guys just want you to be dirty......not to say I wouldn't, but they just seem to be redundant about it.
So, what do you think about it?
Youre deadly, thats for sure.
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I have a question; I cant believe I am asking something like this.
Is darth an adverb or a noun?
I'm going to go ahead and say 'adjective'.
However, as a whole, I'd go with 'noun'.
keep it clean! the chain that is
p.s. that pic on the chain guard is the best!!!
The peach is a verb fo shizzle!
Of all things to pull you out of the woodwork, I would've guessed it to be the chain/wheel shot
So what's the difference? I'm an engineer, not an English major.
So use wikipedia and show us all the true nerd you are.
Description V person, place or thing adj V noun