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900cc Yamaha R1???

I could neither refute nor confirm a girls claim I just heard that she had a special ordered 900cc Yamaha R1. She, for all intents and purposes seemed like a dumb-arse but I figured I would consult the database known as Fireblades.org because I had never heard of such a thing. Anyone know either way? She didn't seem real excited about talking motorcycles after I told her I raced and had 3 bikes in the garage. Perhaps motorcycles were just a fleeting moment for her. Special order a bike, wreck it, then forget about the whole thing? I think she said it was a year 2000.



Maybe I should have turned it into a poll with the options:

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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

I'm going to vote Crackhead on this one
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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

I'll go crackhead too.

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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

Probalbly saw 998cc on the brocher and then called it a "900 or something" because 998 is too hard to remember if you have a little brain!

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Probalbly saw 998cc on the brocher and then called it a "900 or something" because 998 is too hard to remember if you have a little brain!
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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

'Nother vote for crackhead! I used to be friends with girl that claimed she had an F4i, but everytime I came over her house she had a different excuse for it not being there. "Oh, it's in the shop getting something done." "Oh, my friends took it to Florida for me because I have no way of getting it to bikeweek by myself." etc
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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

Crackhead for sure.
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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

That's what I figured but who am I to call bullsh!t directly to the face of a girl I have just met? "Hi, how are you doing. I'm Wet Shrub and I think you are a liar." Oh well, some people will do anything to get attention. She definitely seemed like the type.

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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

Crack smoker no doubt...should have asked her if she smoked pole as well.
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That's what I figured but who am I to call bullsh!t directly to the face of a girl I have just met? "Hi, how are you doing. I'm Wet Shrub and I think you are a liar." Oh well, some people will do anything to get attention. She definitely seemed like the type.
Was she hot?
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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

Okay...when I say freak, I mean in all senses of the word.

She was an Italian from Brooklyn so out here here nickname automatically becomes Brooklyn. She had red streaks in her hair, tons of tattoos, piercings, she was probably 6 feet tall and 110 lbs with a hump on her back the size of those aerodynamic humps on some leather suits. She had a knee brace on from her apparent crash on the 900cc R1. She was loud, obnoxious, and told bad jokes that everyone has heard before.

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Okay...when I say freak, I mean in all senses of the word.

She was an Italian from Brooklyn so out here here nickname automatically becomes Brooklyn. She had red streaks in her hair, tons of tattoos, piercings, she was probably 6 feet tall and 110 lbs with a hump on her back the size of those aerodynamic humps on some leather suits. She had a knee brace on from her apparent crash on the 900cc R1. She was loud, obnoxious, and told bad jokes that everyone has heard before.

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So why were you engaged in a conversation with her if she was that bad?
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So why were you engaged in a conversation with her if she was that bad?
She was breathing...and a female...

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Re: 900cc Yamaha R1???

She is a co-worker of a buddy of mine. I went to his house for a few beers and she was there. It's not like she was a girl in a bar that I walked up to.

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Okay...when I say freak, I mean in all senses of the word.

She was an Italian from Brooklyn so out here here nickname automatically becomes Brooklyn. She had red streaks in her hair, tons of tattoos, piercings, she was probably 6 feet tall and 110 lbs with a hump on her back the size of those aerodynamic humps on some leather suits. She had a knee brace on from her apparent crash on the 900cc R1. She was loud, obnoxious, and told bad jokes that everyone has heard before.

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