When I was a kid I really wanted an electric guitar and lessons. My parents, for my 8th grade graduation gift, give me this crap guitar, that their friend gave them, had a missing string, and a book on how to read music. I'm f'n 12, I'm not going to teach myself guitar!
Funny thing was I was spoiled as hell with everything else..they just really screwed up this one gift.
A pair of cheap leather work gloves. Probably because I refuse to give a "gimme" list to my wife's side of the family. But, in my defense, we've never done that on my side of the family. If we wanted to get someone something for Christmas we put some effort into finding out what they wanted. Which is why I refuse to give lists and why I ended up with the gloves. If somebody doesn't want to put any thought into getting me a gift, I'm certainly not going to make it easier on them. Merry Christmas and Many Happy Returns. :laughing:
When it comes to Aunts, Uncles, Cousins etc, we give a "Secret Santa" present (it costs too much for everyone to buy something for everyone) and it's not allowed to be more than AUD$25 ($18). Amazing that people will call you to see what you want, instead of actually thinking about it.
I refused to tell my cousin what I wanted last year. I told her to just give me something from the heart. Lo' and behold, she remembered that I have a collection of elephant figurines, so she bought me a really nice one.
Even if someone buys you something you don't want, the fact that they actually thought about it themselves is gift enough for me.
Well that worries me abit. I'm conserned how all this data is going to be used. Of course many others will argue against the existance of the system itself.
Luckily for some of us, the expance of putting something like that in the states will keep it from happening for quiet some time.
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Full face helmets provide the best protection. And with the right paint scheme, the look sharp too.
However it depends on what kind of bike he's planning to get. If he's getting a sport bike, then the full face will look okay. If he's getting a cruiser, the full face looks a bit out of place...
can anybody identify this bike from this picture? this was not in the United States I believe, idk if that helps.
I'm looking to buy me a bike, and I really like how everything is setup n I would like to see the rest lol. aside from growing up racing Motocross I've only owned an R1...
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