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Why Grandpa Rides A Harley

http://www.grandparidesaharley.com/

Ok, now I am sure that there are any number of jokes regarding things such as the literacy rate among Harley riders, and let me just say...I'm interested in hearing them all!






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"Nanna, why does Grandpa ride a Harley?"

"Because his scooter goes too fast and it scares him."




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"Nanna, why does Grandpa ride a Harley?"

"Because his scooter goes too fast and it scares him."
lmao. Seriously though, arnt people with harleys suppose to be badasses, wtf is this?
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lmao. Seriously though, arnt people with harleys suppose to be badasses, wtf is this?
Just getting in touch with their feminine side, I guess.




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"Why does grandpa ride a harley?"

"Because the heavy vibrations is the most action nana has got in years."

"Why does grandpa ride a harley?"

"Because grandpa STILL likes to barhop in his old age."
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...Because the heavy vibrations is the most action nana has got in years...
Now there's something I NEVER want to hear from my Nanna. *shudders*




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"David Strange and Nancy Vogl set out to capture the spirit of why Harley riders are so loyal to, not just their sport, but to Harley-Davidson specifically."

Yea, loyal on weekends. Loyal to other Harley's. Loyal to revving their straight pipes all through town.
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The difference between Harley riders and sportbike riders is the fact that we like things that perform between our legs. Not things that we constantly have to use additives to get working right.
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Fortunately I am not a "grandpa" since I never was married so no grandchildren or such, to not any relatives like I am a real loner. The will of my estate goes to a fellow h/gunner & his family. Pity is he does not ride m/cs. Guess that is why I have three sportbikes I ride. LOL
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