Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by yorkshiregoth, 5 Mar 2008.
Not something that I would ever condone but anyone seen these:
All the gear for your aspiring fake-enger...
We've got one near us actually...our very own rural fake-enger. It's this guy who rides around the lanes of rural leicestershire on a specialized langster, all shaven headed and in black stealth road gear, with a messenger bag. Delivering urgent parcels to those impatient farmers, of course...
brown paper bags of readies from the subsidies committee?
Thats the one
Didn't look like he was in a hurry though. After all, harvest isn't for a while yet...although come to think of it, it is lambing season.
Boss getting on your nerves? Left his car in the Car Park and gone to lunch while you slave away?
YOU need this!!!!!
For an authentic 'Just Key'ed By A Hoody' look simply follow these easy steps;
1/ Find a roll of gaffer tape, colour is not important.
2/ Peel off 50cm piece.
3/ Sperate and peel from the edge fibers running the length of the piece of tape.
This should result in a whiteish grey string that is very sticky and can be stuck and pressed flat on to cars for a very relistic looking 'scratched panel'.
Be the envy of the office! Laugh while they rant!
And a bonus joke: When Boss takes car for estimate on a respray!
Another Tea-lightful idea from tdr1nka towers!
I reckon if a car can get close enough to you to touch a 420mm wide bar you'll be knocked off anyway!
I must say that when I got broadsided by a car on a roundabout, my bars left an almighty scratch down the paintwork...no car scratchers necessary!
Theres a fak-enger around here. He shoots through the red lights, goes up on pavements for no reason. No fixie either, and still isnt fast. He has the bag and everything but the radio, just waiting for that to come.
If they hit your carscratchers, they were too damn close. I quite like the idea, they'd go with my chainmail glove for gettin' medieval on their asses.
OT, but what's your signature line from Yorkshiregoth? I'm sure I recognise it and it's driving me bonkers.
It's too orangey for crows!
Just for me and my dog.
I'll be your dog...
woof woof woof wa wa wah woof....
More of an Um-Bongo man, myself.
But which is better?
There's only one way to find out...
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