OK now I know, so I'll share

Discussion in 'General OFF TOPIC' started by rbmount, Jul 2, 2008.

  1. rbmount

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  2. Joyflyin

    Joyflyin Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator

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    That's pretty good. BTW RB, I tried to stop in & say hi a few weeks back, but you were at lunch, I would have waited but it was the niece & nephew's graduation & I was taking them to lunch & had to run. Will try again next trip :s.
     
  3. Butch

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    lol...around these parts, there's a certain amount of truth to those rules. I'll bet we've all been caught off guard by a late waver and returned a number five by accident.
     
  4. 2blueking

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    That's a classic....I could just see someone bouncing up & down on their seat waiting to get close enough to the oncoming bike to wave the big five.:yahoo
     
  5. cuznjed

    cuznjed Junior Member

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    Thats pretty good
     
  6. Liquidthrill

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    I feel that the two finger is the norm here in wyoming
     
  7. Fearless1

    Fearless1 Active Member

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    Back when I was young it was a raised left fist that all bikers used don't know when it changed but I like the old way best.
     
  8. gunnut

    gunnut Junior Member

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    here,cause its the wrong side of the road,a really obvious nod is the norm,in plymouth leastways.
     
  9. Buzzy

    Buzzy Active Member

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    I'm a member of the silent nod society myself but I do return waves.
     
  10. toad451

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    That should be part of the walk through when you get a bike. I've noticed a big drop in the number of greetings between riders.