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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mb, Jul 13, 2008.
About old friend, nostalgia and how back then were so good...
I'm very sorry, but your dear friend on the left reminds me a little bit of this face:
*runs like I stole something*
Hahahaha later i will tell her that. You're safe though.
I spent Sunday morning helping the guys at GT Scotland with there Northern meet.
Wearing a yellow Hi-vis gives me all sorts of power when they enter the carpark.
You.. you have a nice life.
I think this does fit the theme, doesn't?
#tinderpic #bump #nobodyusesthisthreadanymorebutme #happn #yesnotpoolside #againstherules
Old picture but anyway
Have you put a wig on the dog?
That's a really nice picture.
Those are called ears.
No and it's American Cocker Spaniel
Watch out! #learninghowtokickbuttslikeapro
So what are the gloves then for? Shouldn't they be on your feet
It's muay thai.
The Time (Carlos Drummond de Andrade)
"Who had the idea to split time in slices, which are called years, was a genius.
Industrializating hope, making it work at the limit of exhaustion.
Twelve months are enough for any human being get tired and give it up.
Then the miracle of the new kicks in, start it all over again, with another number and another will to believe that from now on, everything will be different.
For you, i wish a realized dream, the waited love, a refreshed hope.
For you, i wish all the colors of life, all the happiness you could possible smile, all the songs that can touch your emotions.
For you, in this new year, i wish that your friends to be more partners, your family more united, your life to be well "lived".
I would like to wish you so many things...
But wouldn't be enough...
So, i will just wish you to have a lot of wishes, big wishes.
And maybe they can move you, every minute, towards the way of your happiness."
#Ridingsomethingelse - A friend suggested we take part in the California Superbike school. For an extra outlay I rented a BMW S1000RR superbike. It ended up raining for most of the day which cancelled one of our sessions, but even in the wet and with the rear wheel sliding through every turn I was nailing lines and well over 200kph on the straight. We were also had no restrictions on passing (besides yellow flags, of course) and after taking it easy and getting stuck on the first session I didn't hold back on the other 3. Best fun I've had in ages.
Dodgy photos of photos taken from the day:
Me with my new Cube bike