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Old 10-12-2005, 01:46 PM   #31
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You're not helping! I'm a fellow motorcyclists crying out for help and advice!
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Old 10-12-2005, 01:49 PM   #32
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Old 10-12-2005, 01:50 PM   #33
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A picture is worth a thousand words, but the human imagination can encompass the boundless Universe...

There is no way I'm going to "Shit where I eat" and I'm not "looking to get some" I just thinks its very gratifying to have her so interested and talking when previously I was a nobody! LoL!

Members on BARF who've read more of my posts from the beginning already know that I'm married and I'm not "hittin' it" with any woman other than my wife! and I have NO intentions too!

But that doesn't mean its not fantastically satisfying to have the attention and to come wandering in the front doors of the office laughing and talking with her while my officemates drool LoL!

I'm milking that for ALL its worth! That;s all there is to it!

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Way to cover your ass Feanor! Now your free to do all the "hittin" you want!
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Old 10-12-2005, 01:51 PM   #34
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:04 PM   #35
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Yesterday afternoon I was getting my Astar jacket on and she was walking by and came into my office and helped with the collar, and zipped up one of the wrists...

Is that a bad, "Turn back now... quickly" sign?

I found it disturbing because she just walked in, did it, smiled, and walked out without saying a word...
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:10 PM   #36
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Well, fantastic to me, I've been married a long time, but probably "amusing" to most others who get to "hit it" with regularity... and though not vain at all, people tell me I do not look my age of which she is a little more than half of.

I realize that the bike did "something" or at least triggered something with her. My guess as an armchair psychologist is warm memories of the past in childhood and fun, wistful memories of the past in college...

Yesterday afternoon I was getting my Astar jacket on and she was walking by and came into my office and helped with the collar, and zipped up one of the wrists...

Is that a bad, "Turn back now... quickly" sign?

I found it disturbing because she just walked in, did it, smiled, and walked out without saying a word...

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Old 10-12-2005, 02:17 PM   #37
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Feanor.....I love your posts.....always keep me amused at work
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:33 PM   #38
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A picture is worth a thousand words, but the human imagination can encompass the boundless Universe...

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Which is why you should post MORE pictures (of your neighbor and officemate, maybe) and LESS words!
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Wow. When did I post that? I'm not saying I didn't post it, I just have no idea.
It is definitely something I would post and forget about.
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Old 10-12-2005, 02:52 PM   #39
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Man, with all this leg humping, you lot must use rechargable batteries.

But seriously. Where are the pics?
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Old 10-12-2005, 03:02 PM   #40
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Feanor,

Your threads and posts ARE a thousand words. AND better written than my college essays. Now only if you can get pics of your neighbor and your co-worker in the same picture, that'll satisfy all of us.

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Old 10-12-2005, 03:21 PM   #42
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Some great threads on this stuff today. Some folks need to get laid, BAD!

This reminds me of a funny story when I was in CO. For anyone that knows me, I PATIONATELY HATE CO. Most of that was due to being downright scared to ride there, so I had very few outlets.

Well the g/f and I went to a party and I ended up meeting THE girl of the party- a HOT HOT HOT Italian exchange student named Marta who came with the Italian heels and accent to boot. We started talking and when I just about made the biggest ass of myself for not understanding her name and she said she was from Italy, I asked if she knew who Rossi was. She knew EVERY racer and all the stats.

OK, so she is hot AND knows and LOVES bikes? I found my wife, yes? Alas I was there with the g/f.

Bottom line was that all the guys were drooling and no one could get in or had the game she wanted to hear, so they all felt like tools after she and I talked.

She was so hot that I actually told the g/f that if I wasn't with her, I would have asked this girl to marry me. That didn't win me any points, especially since the g/f is Italian also.
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Old 10-12-2005, 04:36 PM   #44
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How did you remember exactly what she said?
Strange,

I thought I replied to this but it didn't appear to post... But I remember exactly what I said

If it had been you standing there with her talking to you, you would have remembered everything she said as well

Hell, I remember her blouse, skirt, earrings, shoes, necklace AND watch! Even that her wristwatch was 10 minutes slow, and this little whisp of her brunette hair that lighted across her right upper cheek that mesmerized me since her hair was otherwise perfect. It hinted of erotic disarray... She had a nervous habit of running the tips of her index and forefinger lightly across the fabric of her blouse near her left collarbone (perhaps an old injury) a small mole on the right side at the nape of her neck and a single silver ring on the pinky of her right hand that resembled a serpent of some kind...

I think in full sentences and complete thoughts, always have even since grade school... it makes me remember details as well... Maybe its some sort of disorder...

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Old 10-12-2005, 04:38 PM   #45
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Well, fantastic to me, I've been married a long time, but probably "amusing" to most others who get to "hit it" with regularity... and though not vain at all, people tell me I do not look my age of which she is a little more than half of.

I realize that the bike did "something" or at least triggered something with her. My guess as an armchair psychologist is warm memories of the past in childhood and fun, wistful memories of the past in college...

Yesterday afternoon I was getting my Astar jacket on and she was walking by and came into my office and helped with the collar, and zipped up one of the wrists...

Is that a bad, "Turn back now... quickly" sign?

I found it disturbing because she just walked in, did it, smiled, and walked out without saying a word...

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I seriously CANNOT read those words enough!!!!!

I think its a sign...of course the more you resist the more of a "challenge" you are to her to CRACK. Hahahahahah



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Hell, I remember her blouse, skirt, earrings, shoes, necklace AND watch! Even that her wristwatch was 10 minutes slow, and this little whisp of her brunette hair that lighted across her right upper cheek that mesmerized me since her hair was otherwise perfect. It hinted of erotic disarray... She had a nervous habit of running the tips of her index and forefinger lightly across the fabric of her blouse near her left collarbone (perhaps an old injury) a small mole on the right side at the nape of her neck and a single silver ring on the pinky of her right hand that resembled a serpent of some kind...

And this....well, my friend you are way in deep just bring a life preserver!
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