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mitchntx

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"You can be a complete tool on this bike"
 

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I don't think Donna could be convinced that I needed one. But man, it looks fun.
 

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I don't think Donna could be convinced that I needed one. But man, it looks fun.
Start slow and work slowly to a crescendo. Might take weeks.
Don't forget about picking fights, slacking on chores, tantrums and the silent treatment.
If none of that works, insist on sexual intercourse daily.
She will cave ...
 

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Wow, missed that one. Nope, I am a poor liar and honestly don't need it. I need to wear out the two I have until I can pick up a cheap one....just saying....it could happen.
 

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Donna has noted your arguments Mitch, and declared them invalid. Thanks for the help buddy.
 

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He pulls up at the top of the key, let's it fly ...

... whoosh ... nothing but net

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For me the Super Duke is the coolest bike on the planet. If I was spending the money I’d probably go with the GT for comfort and practicality, but I’d love to spend some time on the regular SD.
 
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Super Dukes are NOT practical. It is a hooligan bike! We don't need no practicality, just tire smoke, wheelies and smiles.
Sure, but I’m a one bike kind of guy (more accurately, I have a one bike wallet). The GT would suit that situation much better for me than the more hooligan version.
 

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I bought all of my hooligans for what your "modern" hooligan cost.
 
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