hahah I pull the same crap "man I dunno, I thought for sure someone woulda bought it by now, but the only offers *we* got were so low *we'd* be loosing money and that's not fair to *us*" hahahaha GTFO here!!rgramjet said:I promised my wife Id try to sell my '99 748 after I bought my '01 M900 Cromo. So if you know anybody that interested , its got JHP CF slip ons, chip, vented clutch cover and new Avon tires. Id like to get about $120,000 for it.... >
Nice try on the analogy. Everyone has more than a pair of shoes but who needs two pairs of dress boots or two pairs of flip-flops?gordazo said:Why not? Do you have one pair of shoes?
I beg to differ. A bike has emotional value too.Rick T. said:I guess a better analogy is: "One can't have too many blondes"? [laugh]
It's a religion with which I'm unfamiliar that has ritual insertion of effigies into your nostrils.Mother said:I have two nostrils
They both look the same and do the same thing
I figure it is just the way (insert religious figure here) intended it to be.
Best explanation yet. [thumbsup] Nice!iBike said:It's a religion with which I'm unfamiliar that has ritual insertion of effigies into your nostrils.
Two Monsters are MUCH easier to mange than two <any color(s)> women, not that I've tried two Monsters at once.
The original shoes analogy was better than it was received, because two Monsters doesn't mean two pair of dress boots. It could be a pair of REALLY comfortable casual boots (the older, probably more modded Monster) and a pair of newer shoes for the office, nights out, whatever (an S4RS, with only minimal, obligatory, mods). You like the new bikes features, plus it's just newer, but the older bike has a lot of "you" in it, and its's still such a pleasure to ride.
BTW, I prefer redheads, even though my Monster is yellow. Maybe a Red 1000S to keep it company.
i know my girl has atleast 7 pairs of flipflops, and about 4 pairs of dress boots. i think the analogy fits fine.Rick T. said:Nice try on the analogy. Everyone has more than a pair of shoes but who needs two pairs of dress boots or two pairs of flip-flops?
I think the question is being missed here - Why two "Monsters"? MANY of us have a multi-bike garage - but why two if "essentially the same" bike? Why not a Monster and "enter other bike here"...?
I guess a better analogy is: "One can't have too many blondes"? [laugh]