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Post by Will-Radford on Tue Dec 22, 2009 6:03 am

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Post by Benneyboy on Wed Dec 23, 2009 2:47 am

my resoualtion is give up smoking all toghter as in botht he naughty green tabaco and alreanry tobaco but i felll the fags will take longer lol

i have a goal though and thats if i promise me missus that i wont ever touch another spiff then guess what i have anonther new bike comming my way !!!

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Post by Lissee on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:08 am

good incentive, go benny boy , the sp is waiting for ya lol
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Post by Benneyboy on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:15 am

Lissee wrote:good incentive, go benny boy , the sp is waiting for ya lol

lol i think sp owenership is never going happen lol , this bike though i have my heart sat on and im hopping everything goes to plan , and ill be riding to the nw200 on a proper sized bike!

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Post by Lissee on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:19 am

Benneyboy wrote:
Lissee wrote:good incentive, go benny boy , the sp is waiting for ya lol

lol i think sp owenership is never going happen lol , this bike though i have my heart sat on and im hopping everything goes to plan , and ill be riding to the nw200 on a proper sized bike!

PROPER SIZE , dont let my SP hear u say that, she will be very offended. I havnt told her shes only a 125 yet. She still thinks she is a 400 and i dont want to tell her the truth, you know how easliy offended us girls get if u talk about size. lol
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Post by Benneyboy on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:27 am

Lissee wrote:
Benneyboy wrote:
Lissee wrote:good incentive, go benny boy , the sp is waiting for ya lol

lol i think sp owenership is never going happen lol , this bike though i have my heart sat on and im hopping everything goes to plan , and ill be riding to the nw200 on a proper sized bike!

PROPER SIZE , dont let my SP hear u say that, she will be very offended. I havnt told her shes only a 125 yet. She still thinks she is a 400 and i dont want to tell her the truth, you know how easliy offended us girls get if u talk about size. lol

nah lol im on about the pitbike beiing half the size of a proper bike lol , the sp is a rd 500 really we all know that !!!

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Post by Benneyboy on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:28 am

anywazy im logging of n9ow will post up when i get to gloucester as im living in a mo , happy crimbo peeps

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Post by Lissee on Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:32 am

Drive safe mate, good luck
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Post by Bluecollarlove on Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:39 am

Have a safe journey Benney!

Lots of snow on the roads over this side too ...!
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Post by DanHam on Wed Dec 23, 2009 8:08 am

Ben you bitch, my Mate has a tzr125, he doesn't want it. Not sure I think it needs some small things doing to it, like fork seals and to just get it running right. Its just had a full top end rebuild. I reckon £400 - £500 and it would be yours, if you had the money maybe next year or when ever. Thats if your not having Lisa's SP.

He cba with it as hes got into Vintage Vespas now, he just like stripping and re-painting them etc.

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Post by Benneyboy on Wed Dec 23, 2009 12:12 pm

DanHam wrote:Ben you bitch, my Mate has a tzr125, he doesn't want it. Not sure I think it needs some small things doing to it, like fork seals and to just get it running right. Its just had a full top end rebuild. I reckon £400 - £500 and it would be yours, if you had the money maybe next year or when ever. Thats if your not having Lisa's SP.

He cba with it as hes got into Vintage Vespas now, he just like stripping and re-painting them etc.

might be intrested later on nxt year mate th e bike in question right now is a dtr 125 yeahhhh , oh and obviolsey im in gloucester now lol Very Happy

im paying 360 for it needs carb sorting and mot but too behonest rest of bike sis in preety good nick , this tzr though dan im very intrested in but right now i int got the dough lol

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Post by DanHam on Wed Dec 23, 2009 4:29 pm

Nice one Ben mate, I'll let him know (Y)

Ohh ayye, more info on this dtr Wink

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Post by Greg J on Wed Dec 23, 2009 8:33 pm

DTs are full of win!
Wish I still had mine while we have this snow.. Lol

And my new years resolution is to stop smoking the green! Lmao
Not had any for a few days now, so I'm starting early Razz
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Post by whitebrad on Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:20 am

Bluecollarlove wrote:Ohoy Brad!

How's it tickin' over there then?!

You finished those assignments yet? lol!

I is no logger a hoolygan. I gru out of it Smile

You will have to ask Will. He's trying to grow in 2 it lol!

Hey Morgan!

yeah, i am okay... trying to decide between quitting school or what... If i get this job i could have more than 3x my present income... i might just cut down my classes if i get it...

got a strange christmas present. My nephew from Nevis had to come live with my wife and i, so we now have 2 kids... getting pretty busy in the white house lately!

how are you? I am sure you are still a hooligan, it never dies, really...

happy holidays all!
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Post by Jon_pearson17 on Tue Dec 29, 2009 8:21 am

My resolution is Not to die on my 600 and to get a fucking jon Smile
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Post by Bluecollarlove on Tue Dec 29, 2009 10:49 am

Lol Bbrad - you're quitting school after applying yourself for all those essays?! Wow. That's hard going. I'd rather stick it out for the remainder of the term and make everyone else suffer along with me!

Well jobs and money are huge things and it's easy to put off studying all together just because the money looks good (for the moment). I did that once and abandoned a part-time degree (my 4th?!) in the evenings after trying it twice. Too bl**dy painful commuting into the city on the bike after a hard day of work and then getting a parking ticket Sad

That's a strange Christmas present okay. I like kids, but I dunno about suddenly having an extra one. We only have a cat at home, but we're back in Yurop so the weather here is better than frigging' cold England. Plus we live so close to the sea you can see the tide come up to our back yard Very Happy

I'm 34 (one year old next year). I'm too responsible to be a hooligan anymore Smile

Not much riding despite getting a great bike for Christmas too Smile

Cheers!
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Post by Benneyboy on Tue Dec 29, 2009 4:55 pm

lol greg im on splifflys these days lol and the dt is out thew window lol pitbikeage ftw do nw200 looks like its 110 teriotry right now

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Post by Jon_pearson17 on Tue Dec 29, 2009 4:58 pm

Benneyboy wrote:lol greg im on splifflys these days lol and the dt is out thew window lol pitbikeage ftw do nw200 looks like its 110 teriotry right now

Have you finished a Project yet?
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Post by Benneyboy on Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:25 pm

Jon_pearson17 wrote:
Benneyboy wrote:lol greg im on splifflys these days lol and the dt is out thew window lol pitbikeage ftw do nw200 looks like its 110 teriotry right now

Have you finished a Project yet?

fucking lol the pitty is runner .

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Post by whitebrad on Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:56 am

Bluecollarlove wrote:Lol Bbrad - you're quitting school after applying yourself for all those essays?! Wow. That's hard going. I'd rather stick it out for the remainder of the term and make everyone else suffer along with me!

Well jobs and money are huge things and it's easy to put off studying all together just because the money looks good (for the moment). I did that once and abandoned a part-time degree (my 4th?!) in the evenings after trying it twice. Too bl**dy painful commuting into the city on the bike after a hard day of work and then getting a parking ticket Sad

That's a strange Christmas present okay. I like kids, but I dunno about suddenly having an extra one. We only have a cat at home, but we're back in Yurop so the weather here is better than frigging' cold England. Plus we live so close to the sea you can see the tide come up to our back yard Very Happy

I'm 34 (one year old next year). I'm too responsible to be a hooligan anymore Smile

Not much riding despite getting a great bike for Christmas too Smile

Cheers!

ACH!, well, the money looks good, but i think that maybe school is different here, as i will just be taking 9hrs instead of 12hrs, this next semester. I am not so sure what i will do, though, as it will be not be much different but i will not be working nights.

we inherited my nephew because his life in Nevis seemed to have reached its limit, much too early at his age... so you do what you have to do, do the right thing and all...

I am watching a movie called "Pirate Radio" and it has a lot of Brits on it... sort of a seemingly strange place, or so it seems from the portrayal in movies. might really have to go over there and see what the fffk it is really like? how can i learn the language?

HOpe you had a good christmas! even if you were in youroap...
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Post by DanHam on Sat Jan 02, 2010 5:45 am

Mine is, get back on the weights, most of all Smile

and other things that only I can do / change in my life.

A new decade, therefore a new start Smile

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