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Whilst on holiday, I have been known to ride wearing nothing but a smile. :wth:

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Sun Jan 30, 2011 2:54 am
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deglove (verb), to force off or peel back skin from a part of the body, especially a limb or appendage, as if removing a glove, sleeve, or mask.


Think about it.

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I know, I know ... if you have to explain it it's not funny.
But, that quote was wasted on me relative to the topic at hand.
And ...
I did think about it ??
Hyazuma wrote:
Think about it.
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deglove (verb), to force off or peel back skin from a part of the body, especially a limb or appendage, as if removing a glove, sleeve, or mask.

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Sun Jan 30, 2011 3:13 pm
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Post Re: Riding in shorts? Problem!
I personally always wore all the gear when I rode ATVs or dirt bikes. Never rode without. But with the scoot I always have at least the full face helmet and gloves on. Down here in Florida in the summer it is hard not to wear shorts and short sleeve shirts. When it is 90 plus and you feel the heat of 120 coming off the black top even with shorts you still sweat. You rarely see anyone wearing a jacket and most are in shorts down here whether scoots or motorcycles. We all know the possible consequences but it is the climate. Go to the Keys or the islands and you will not find anyone wearing pants or jackets.


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I get it ... then CLIMATICALLY ... this must be FLORIDA ??
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I personally always wore all the gear when I rode ATVs or dirt bikes. Never rode without. But with the scoot I always have at least the full face helmet and gloves on.
Down here in Florida in the summer it is hard not to wear shorts and short sleeve shirts. When it is 90 plus and you feel the heat of 120 coming off the black top even with shorts you still sweat. You rarely see anyone wearing a jacket and most are in shorts down here whether scoots or motorcycles.
We all know the possible consequences but it is the climate. Go to the Keys or the islands and you will not find anyone wearing pants or jackets.

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WIth the amount of nut cases we have down here, it would not surprise me.


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WIth the amount of nut cases we have down here, it would not surprise me.

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You said NUT CASE ...
But now we've lost the SHORTS all together ??

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That is something your would more likely see down in Key West. Also could be from your neck of the woods Mardi Gras.


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I'll go with Mardi Gras ... props for the imaginative ALL the gear ALL the time !!
Shawn wrote:
That is something your would more likely see down in Key West. Also could be from your neck of the woods Mardi Gras.

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BioMedHMC wrote:
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In case you didn't know, these guys are the "Purple Helmets"
Well known on the British biker scene for being completely off their trolley...

http://www.sheepskullenduroriders.com/page16.htm


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I've had that problem with shorts, so I'll just wear stiffer denim ones when riding. Tho I did have to deal with a farmers tan after a ride with Mole this past weekend... 4 hrs wearing shorts & a muscle tshirt ( was also wearing gloves, so you can see the tan line on my arm) :doh: sucks that I got burn marks on my legs as well lol!


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I use a staple gun with 1/2" staples, I go right into the shin bone. Holds-um down good. :q:

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corrosion wrote:
I use a staple gun with 1/2" staples, I go right into the shin bone. Holds-um down good. :q:


Hhhmmmm, remind me to never piss u off? Lol!


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The unusual weight in my manhood and berries hold my shorts down naturally. But I wouldnt ever risk letting beautiful ladies see the silky smooth parts without going through the trials first.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDWN_TvAsTk

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Silky smooth parts ??
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I wouldn't risk letting ladies see the silky smooth parts.

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