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How to refuse a chick asking for a ride in the back

Discussion in 'Moto Club' started by fnfalman, Apr 10, 2006.

  1. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    OK, I'm feeling goofy today from the cough medicine.

    Anyway, lately I've been getting a lot of requests for passenger ride from the "undesireable" femmes (ugly, fat, or combo thereof).

    For the Beemer, I bought an accessory monoposto conversion. It's a plastic/aluminum plate that takes up the place of the rear seat. So it's easy to say that I don't have a rear seat.

    However, the Tuono still has the rear seat and I am having a devil of a time finding a seat cowl for it. These plastic covers are like $200 a pop even if you could find one.:soap:

    So, I had to come up with something to say other than a resounding, "Hell no!" Nowadays when a chick asked for a ride that I didn't want to give, I'd simply tell her that I don't take "pillion". They can't figure out what "pillion" means and it gives me the opportunity to duck away. :supergrin:
     
  2. JAREDG21

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    sticker on the rear seat cowl
    WARNING THIS MOTORCYCLE IS PROTECTED BY A FAT B***H EJECTION SYSTEM
     

  3. fnfalman

    fnfalman Chicks Dig It

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    I have this sticker on all of my helmets [​IMG]

    Now, before anybody said anything, I know, I know. It's mean and it's demeaning, and yes, I am fat. But I'm the guy with the bike. :cool:
     
  4. Texas T

    Texas T TX expatriate CLM

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    Here's a good visual for you.
     
  5. cadet3

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    You can always tell them that you are a new rider and have only had the bike a few days. Most people I say that to lose their desire to ride with me.
     
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    Just tell them, "If you want to ride, get your own."

    :)
     
  7. CalGlock

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    Tell them you have a weight limit.:supergrin:
     
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    I always tell them that i dont have another helmet.
     
  9. J.R. Bob Dobbs

    J.R. Bob Dobbs Nerd

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    This is highly entertaining
     
  10. gixxer11

    gixxer11 bbrrraaapppppp!

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    Good thing they ask you guys before getting on! A couple of summers ago, while "crusing" downtown Indy (where the bars are at) a group of drunk girls were walking in front of us at the light. I was busy looking at all of the hot ones not paying attention and out of nowhere I hear "OOOHHHH Motorcycles! I wanna ride on......THAT ONE!!" Then this HUGE woman just hops on the back of my bike. I almost dropped the damn thing and heard/felt the shock linkage hit the ground! She probably weighed in the 250lbs region! Her friend was yelling at her to get off my bike, but she wanted me to take around the block. My buddies were all laughing at me/her. I bit my tounge and politely told her to get off and she did, thank god. She did scratch my shock linkage though, but what could I have done about it? Then there was the time leaving a Hooters... but I'd be happy to hang out with those girls again;)
     
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    You could always "Just say no!". Or, you could tell them that you're married and that seat is reserved for your wife.
     
  12. NMGlocker

    NMGlocker BOOM headshot

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    Get a solo seat and take the rear pegs off.
    Worked for me.
     
  13. GixxerSixxer

    GixxerSixxer Phil Deez Nutz

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    "*** or gas, no body rides for free." That usually makes them leave. Of course that could get you into trouble too. Women always seem to think that because they have a vag I should feel priveleged to motor them around on my bike.

    I've said that I have a race suspension on my bike so it would upset the steering if I took them.

    Other times I said I didn't have a jacket, gloves, and helmet so it wouldn't be safe to take them.
     
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    EvilBlack10mm 10mm worshipper

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    You guys crack me up. Just tell her you're a noob. Most girls will hop right off.
     
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    When I had my Harley I took the passenger pegs off and put on a solo seat.

    Don't tell the wife about the gal I gave a ride to. ;)
     
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    ateamer NRA4EVR

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    I don't carry a spare helmet. That pretty much takes care of it. I also tell people that it's my wife's seat and I don't take other women for rides (true), or just that I don't take anyone I don't know (also true - if I don't know anything about the person, I have no idea what kind of stupid crap they are going to do with wiggling around or nutting up the first time a footpeg/floorboard scrapes the ground).
     
  17. gixxer11

    gixxer11 bbrrraaapppppp!

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    I'm thinking of putting a nitrous bottle where the pass. seat should be. Kill 2 birds with 1 stone :supergrin:
     
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    Hehehe, that's great gixxer11! Too bad about the scratching. I ride a "dual sport" that wheelies pretty easy and that is an ejection system in and of itself.

    To simply dodge a real answer for those that ask though, I simply took the back pegs off. I put them on for certain people I want to give rides too :supergrin:
     
  19. gixxer11

    gixxer11 bbrrraaapppppp!

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    Another great idea! Watched a guy (screwing around in a parking lot) dump another guy off the back using his 2step rev limiter. His bike was capable of 1sec 60ft times, so to say I "comes out of the hole, hard" is an understatment. Kinda like the table cloth trick.
     
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    i just cant see that bike or any bike handling with a cow like that on board.my god ,thats a fat *** chick.