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post #1491 of 7082 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 09:09 AM
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My V rod.

Just sold this 4 weeks ago for the street triple,spent 6 years modding.
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post #1492 of 7082 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 09:25 AM
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Just sold this 4 weeks ago for the street triple,spent 6 years modding.
Jim. I want to congratulate you on your Triumph. Very sorry it took 6 years to sell the HD.
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Just sold this 4 weeks ago for the street triple,spent 6 years modding.
The purchase price was only the deposit eh?
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post #1494 of 7082 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 03:43 PM Thread Starter
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Ohhhhh....not familiar with Aussie humour at all (like it even exists!) but I had a feeling it was sommit along those lines.

But then again, if you actually have to explain a joke then it's humour quotient is a bit diminished, isn't it cobber??
Laugh it up Dee, I have a thicker hide than you may know. The less you appreciate our humour, the more there is for ME!

P.S. You'll probably get ostracised for call anyone cobber nowadays.

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I don't know, even after the explanation I think it's pretty funny. Especially knowing it slipped past the registry.
I'd say it slipped past the registry because the humour is so specifically Fred Gassit. It is probable that only Fred Gassit (published in AMCN only) readers would get it. The photo was pinched from the AMCN FB page after-all.

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Laugh it up Dee, I have a thicker hide than you may know. The less you appreciate our humour, the more there is for ME!
Thanks, but I can say with total honestly that I have no desire to know just how thick your bottom is.....if you say it's thicker than I may know I'm happy to take your word for it....thanks for the offer though.
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I can not believe my luck today. Two beautiful bikes posted and neither were big fat Guzzis or gutless, chopped up HD.

Almost matchs some of the great bikes and girls on bikes thread this last couple days. Please keep it up. Thank you in advance.
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Thanks, but I can say with total honestly that I have no desire to know just how thick your bottom is.....if you say it's thicker than I may know I'm happy to take your word for it....thanks for the offer though.
Hide does not equal arse size. You have a one track mind and it's all dirt road.

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