Blogging Discombobulated Bicycle 31st October 2021 John15 Comments Just watch how many crooked people will so easily steal this bike! Serves them right! Share this:Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
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I laughed every time one of those thieves fell off the bike. Hopefully that’ll teach them a good lesson about taking what doesn’t belong to them!
That could have been me … on my broken bike! Ouch 🤕
Oh that’s right! Ouch! I hope your enjoying your new bike.
Er, much more than I would THAT one!! Maybe I could fix the old one up with gaffer tape!! 😂
OK, I admit it. I laughed at those thieves.
Nobody would ever suspect the bike would be rigged to crumble, so fun!
Good one. So much better than jail time. Think they learned?
Some folks are incurable crooks but maybe one of them did! It just amazes me how many people are willing to steal the bike, terrible.
I had my convertible stolen 3 times. The last time, they slashed the roof and the steering column. My car was sitting outside the shop (without a motor) where it was getting a motor replacement (due to damage from first two times it was stolen). 🙄
Wow, apparently, there’s a serious crime problem there? That’s terrible! 🤬
That was ages ago, when I was first with Dan. And it was a really cool car – silver & black turbocharged (1989?) Sunbird convertible.
Oh, a Pontiac? My family has been, now out of the GM dealership business. I drove some of the first Sunbirds back in the late 70s with the terrible Iron Duke four-cylinder engines. The manual shift lever liked to pop out of gear and hit my hand HARD!
My convertible was an automatic. It was very special to me. I left my ex with a trainwreck of a little sedan, had a Taurus station wagon for a bit (before an old man ran a red light and totaled it (when son Mark was driving it.) I was without a vehicle when the annual February indoor sale here happened. This little convertible didn’t make it to the sale because the staff could not start it to move it to the sale location. The salesman offered to sell it to me for an amazing price if he could get it to start. We went out to look at it and the only thing wrong with it was that it was out of gas. 🤣🤣🤣 He sold it to me for the price he had agreed to. Had it for years and it drove so well.
I can see why you miss the car. I haven’t seen a proper station wagon in many years, they were good cars. Why they went out of style I don’t understand. It’s like white wall tires too. My truck is almost seven years old and has just 26K on it, it’s babied! And paid for, can’t see trading it in as it also has much sentimental value from our dealership days.
I was never that big of a fan when it came to station wagons. We did have a Bobcat one that was super cute. Nobody missed the Taurus. Not with the Sunbird in the driveway. 😂
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