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Offline WozzA

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wet bike
« on: 15.01. 2016 21:55 »
Now thats what I call a wet bike.... I wonder how it got there ?
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Re: wet bike
« Reply #1 on: 15.01. 2016 23:04 »
Now thats what I call a wet bike.... I wonder how it got there ?

I suspect somebody rowed it in!


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Re: wet bike
« Reply #2 on: 16.01. 2016 00:15 »
Haha! Has anyone sussed-out what it is (other than, "a motorcycle" ;) )
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Re: wet bike
« Reply #3 on: 16.01. 2016 04:26 »
Looks like it's been parked where all honda 250/400 twins should be. Or it didn't even work as a boat anchor.
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Re: wet bike
« Reply #4 on: 16.01. 2016 05:09 »
Wife to husband, " my bike wont start dear, I think it has water in the carburettor"

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Re: wet bike
« Reply #5 on: 16.01. 2016 09:11 »
Haha! Has anyone sussed-out what it is (other than, "a motorcycle" ;) )

It's a Honda Wet Dream of course!