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post #1431 of 7110 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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Someone needs their bum smacked.

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post #1432 of 7110 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 05:40 PM
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Yes, I want to kill that person.

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post #1433 of 7110 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 10:54 PM Thread Starter
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I gather via your usual M.O. - some sort of incendiary?

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In this case, since it's a Ducati, I'm going for slow, painful torture. I think I'll pluck his toenails off one by one.

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post #1435 of 7110 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 02:05 AM Thread Starter
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No fire? You disappoint me. I know!

What if, you put sparklers between his toes and light them? Sit there joyously woofing down a fat PB sanga while watching the skin between his toes boil and peel. If done in the right way, you'd look like some crazy Evil Lord, Protector of Bike Aesthetics.

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post #1436 of 7110 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 07:02 AM
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Yes, yes...I'm open to torture ideas.

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You both are odd, strange and weird. Most of the bikes posted here look just like those poor Ducs and neither of you want to torture or maim the builders of that other junk. Shame you only have distaste for Duc builders.
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You both are odd, strange and weird.

Awww schucks! Though I shouldn't feel spesch, I bet you ladle out compliments like that in all your on-line bromances?

HAP I couldn't give a flying fcuk which bikes get mutilated for the benefit of this site. Nor do I care (really) whether its Trumpets, historic Hondas, or even secretly, KTM's you lust for. I have my share of wonderful machines locked up downstairs in my play pen (garage). I just really enjoy stretching my imagination. Baiting Lefty into a virtual on-line torture session facilitates my fertile thoughts.

Now back to torture. I just burnt myself with the paint stripping gun three times last night and it really hurt - lets stick with burns. What about chemical burns? What if we sat the offender in chemical paint stripper before we lit the sparklers?

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That would work, too. We should try it on HAP first to see how well it works.

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That would work, too. We should try it on HAP first to see how well it works.
Certifiably commit-able now comes to mind for you two.
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