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Here's her new '06 S40 that she bought yesterday. She got a great deal on it. I guess the dealer was tired of an '06 taking up showroom space. She also got a nice little discount card that's good at the dealer for the next year. As you can see, our vicious guard dog is already protecting her new ride.

 

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Nice bike, hope she likes it. I can tell she does, from the chair, does she sit in it all nite and stare at the bike? :mrgreen:
As far as the dog goes, dynamite does come in small packages. The worst dog attack I have had was from a little dog like that. Damn thing was like a pirahna.
 

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Nice bike, hope she likes it. I can tell she does, from the chair, does she sit in it all nite and stare at the bike? :mrgreen:
As far as the dog goes, dynamite does come in small packages. The worst dog attack I have had was from a little dog like that. Damn thing was like a pirahna.
Ha ha. She sat in the chair for a little while last night.

Yep, little dogs can be ferocious. When people ask me what kind of dog she is, I tell them part great dane, part piranha.
 

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Atta boy Jim! My wife was out on hers last night. She aced her MSF course and jumped straight on hers and road away. On one hand, it's nice to have the ladies on their own...on the other.....i can hear the nagging already.

"You're pipes are too loud"
"You're going to fast"
"Quit Dragging your Pegs, you look stupid"
"Put your visor down"
"Wait for me"

Hindsight is 20/20 Jim.........20/20 :fight2:


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Yeah, you guys are going to need some communication electronics so your wifes can keep in touch with you.

You wouldn't want to miss any of your instructions. :mrgreen:
 

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Still better than getting "cuffed" in the back of the helmet when she was riding as a passenger
 

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Atta boy Jim! My wife was out on hers last night. She aced her MSF course and jumped straight on hers and road away. On one hand, it's nice to have the ladies on their own...on the other.....i can hear the nagging already.

"You're pipes are too loud"
"You're going to fast"
"Quit Dragging your Pegs, you look stupid"
"Put your visor down"
"Wait for me"

Hindsight is 20/20 Jim.........20/20 :fight2:


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It's worse than that here. See, I got all excited when she wanted to quit smacking my helmet, poking me in the ribs, yelling in my ear....when she said she wanted to ride her own.

After a small stint (about a year & a half) on a 250 Suzuki cruiser, she moved up to the same bike I ride: VS800 Intruder. It was fully customized when we bought it....with all the accessories being different, it likely weighs 20-40 pounds less than mine. When we got it, it had no baffles.

Thus, she keeps telling me:
1) mine's faster
2) mine's louder
3) you ride a girl's bike

...I think she's just itching for me to get a new (bigger, louder, faster) bike. :twisted:
 

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See?! This is the problem!!! This is what we get for being liberal and supportive! :lol4:

I can see it now, my wife, who's 90 pounds less than me on a bike a fraction the size of my own, beating me into the corners and passing me on the straights....it's the end of the friggen world
 

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I think she's just itching for me to get a new (bigger, louder, faster) bike. :twisted:
Just John Wayne it and tell her, "I'm gettin' a bigger bike. End of story. Now where's my food?"

She'll instantly respect you and will be fully supportive.
 
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