Lol, women are never happy, are they. I just need a solution to butt jiggle for my halloween costume. If I HAD no butt it would work! [laugh]lauramonster said:I'll trade you - you take my stomach inches and I'll take your butt inches!! I guess we're never happy - darn those advertising execs!
That's reminds me of what I did one day at the track not too terribly long ago. I live in Alabama, and the temps this summer were brutal. So everytime I would pull in from doing a few laps on the track I would undo my pants, ditch my kidney belt and shrug off my chest protector (we're talking mx here, so LOTS of gear). Anyway, one of those times I went back out, I got all suited back up, amd toodled off to work on a couple jumps. I did the section in front of the stands a couple times, and my second time hitting the last step up jump I noticed my pants felt awfully loose. Eh, must be the new kidney belt, it is a good bit more snug than my old one. So I keep going, do another little jump and then a quick downhill into a hairpin turn. Ok now it's not just my imagination, as I sit down kind of hard for the turn, my pants slide UP a noticable amount. I pull over back where I think I am hidden behind some trees and look down....I forgot to fasten my pants! Ever so nonchalantly I attempt to zip and buckle my pants. Fortunately I also hadn't tucked in my jersey, so to this day I'm not sure how much the 40 or 50 people sitting in the stands could see. That jersey could have been a blessing or a curse....Oops....Cookie said:Just the usual teenaged boys in a car riding along the girl on a bike on the highway stories (well, around here some of those are more scary than funny). It's funny because I happen to be quite a bit older than them, so in my middle aged manners, I find it a little amusing.
Except for the time I got home and realized my jacket had ridden up, and my low riding pants had ridden down a bit too much.
Sigh. Still have a helluva suntan on the top quarter of my bum...
n2f said:Ha - that's funny. My secret biggest fear (with regard to this topic) would have to be dropping a bike on a demo ride.
I went in to the dealership the other day to have my tires changed and they asked if I'd like to have a new bike to cruise around on for the hour or so it would take to swap out the tires... I thought about it for a while and then decided to pass.
What a whimp I know, but I've just got a "thing" about riding bikes I don't own. What are the chances :-\
That's the very reason why I never rode my bike before I bought it. [cheeky]ljj said:Hah hah! I have that same fear... I was getting my tires changed today and the salesman tossed me the keys to the demon spawn that was out front... Otherwise known as a shiny new RED 848... Offered to get 'the paperwork'. What temptation. I WAS in all my gear... I opted to just sit on her and listen instead... (it was getting dark and rush hour traffic... I don't mind riding MY bike in it, but that 12K evil temptress... no way in helll!) Yes. I am a chicken when it comes to bikes i don't own as well... hehehe
Ouch!ducpainter said:Had my bike for maybe a month.
I parked it and went to visit with a few friends.
Came back to the bike....hit the starter button...started right up
and chased it into the ditch because I had left it in gear.
Never let go and managed to prevent damage, but I really felt stupid.