dick parking - bikers revenge. so a friend of mine found a dick who decided to park in the bike bay....he decided to make him wait... that only works if they don't decide to just run your bike over. dick parking - bikers revenge so a friend of mine found who decided to park in the bike bay he make him wait that only works if they don't decide just run your over
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User avatar #2 - nympheon
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(02/14/2013) [-]
that only works if they don't decide to just run your bike over.
#85 to #2 - jgk **User deleted account**
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#3 to #2 - TITTYFISH
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Which is why one should write their license plate number before leaving the bike
User avatar #5 to #3 - Bion
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I agree with that, but at the same time it doesn't look like there is anything that would prevent them from just moving the bike...
#7 to #5 - sheriffhd [OP]
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wheel lock :D bikes are pretty hard to just move with a chain going through the wheels.
User avatar #8 to #7 - Bion
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Yeah, I get that, but it doesn't make them totally immovable. It might be a bit of a pain, but you can shimmy a bike out of the way, even if the wheels are locked. They aren't THAT heavy, haha.
User avatar #12 to #8 - Smithyrox
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Not if it was my Harley Road King it weighs about 800 pounds.
#21 to #12 - firesky
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Great bike, but impractible if it falls down, isn't it?
User avatar #115 to #21 - Smithyrox
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I've only had it fall down twice. Took me and to other people to lift it.
User avatar #13 to #12 - Bion
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Fair enough, on that one. But that's not the case in the picture, haha.
#62 - Cleavland Steamer
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........yeah I'm gonna be late to the meeting.... some dick's blocking my car....
User avatar #4 - iizsimon
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How heavy is a bike like that? I'd probably just move it
#9 to #4 - isoceles
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couple hundred pounds, but that's a non issue when you can just grab the clutch and wheel it away. Easier still if they left it in neutral. The bigger risk (at least it would be in NA) would be that fella just backing up into it. Luckily, this picture isn't from North America, so they are probably fine.
User avatar #24 to #9 - eddymolly
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Evidently, you didn't read the comment about it having a lock to stop the wheels turning.
#82 to #4 - anon id: 97d08b28
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yeah he put the brake on the front wheel and put the first gear and you have to lift the bike in the air to move it... and guestion... Do Ya even lift faget?
User avatar #14 to #4 - cunthearyou
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My bike has a pin lock that prevents the front wheel from being turned. Also has an alarm if it is lifted and all the weight is relieved from the suspension. It's it's locked...it will not roll. Good luck moving 400lbs:)
User avatar #16 to #14 - iizsimon
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400 lbs is doable
User avatar #101 to #16 - strelokkk
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You lift ?
User avatar #111 to #101 - iizsimon
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I lift.
User avatar #68 to #14 - bluedwarf
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It means 180 kg. Google ftw
User avatar #17 to #14 - bloodspider
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Or they could just back into your bike and knock it down.
#41 to #14 - comradewinter
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>Move front to the right
>Move back to the right
>Move front to the right
>Move back to the right
>Repeat until bike is gone.
#15 to #14 - veryspecialagent
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Good, then you don't know where your bike is and when you finally find it the battery is dead.
#87 - vatra
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That's an excellent plan, until the dude decides to back over the bike, or just throw it out of the way.
User avatar #98 to #87 - ixcarnifexxi
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>Implying you can lift a motorcycle
>Implying the wheels aren't locked
User avatar #108 to #87 - omfgitsstsix
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That's an excellent plan, until the driver finds out that the biker got the year, model, make, license plate number, and color of his car. Running over the motorcycle would be a great way to get sued.
User avatar #110 to #108 - vatra
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I never claimed it was a good idea, just that they aren't accounting for if the guy has a rage issue or anything similar.
User avatar #112 to #110 - omfgitsstsix
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Fair point.
#116 to #108 - nothereover
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With what witnesses?
your argument is invalid

This case would be dismissed due to lack of weighted evidence.
User avatar #117 to #116 - omfgitsstsix
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But who was camera?

Really though. There's a picture. Pretty hard to deny it.
#45 - iamjustheretoroll
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**iamjustheretoroll rolled a random image posted in comment #412030 at Friendly ** he has two cocks!
User avatar #70 - rmoran
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That car is still small enough to get out of there without hitting anything.
User avatar #88 to #70 - richardw
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Do you not see the rail in front of the car?...
User avatar #89 to #88 - rmoran
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Yes, and I've gotten out of parallel-parked spots as tight as that before. It'll just take a few turns.
#90 to #89 - richardw
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just a couple
just a couple
User avatar #91 to #90 - rmoran
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I only wish I could bet you money and drive that out. As long as there's nothing on the one side, you can get out.
#93 to #70 - molehasmoles
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Yup, but it would be a small pain in the ass.
User avatar #99 to #93 - rmoran
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I never said parking a bike behind the car would make it easier to get out, just that it was possible with all that room he left.
#100 to #99 - molehasmoles
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And I agreed with you.
User avatar #25 - Faz
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To everyone saying "i'd just move it out of the way"
1. Motorbikes are heavy, but most of you wouldn't know that being 11
2. It would most likely have bike locks so making the task for anyone over weight/underweight (majority of FJ) hard
3. That car type is described as a "womans car" so most likely the driver is a woman who wouldn't be lifting a 200-300 pound motor bike.
#30 to #25 - anon id: 0a2add9e
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push it over
User avatar #57 to #25 - ChewyConor
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A peugeot 206 is not a "woman's car" it's a european car, driven roughly equally by each gender. I used to drive one almost exactly like that until just a few weeks ago when the cambelt broke and I had to scrap it. On that note, they are susprisingly agile and could probably get out of that spot without even touching the bike.
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User avatar #63 to #25 - masterfuck
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I remember when someone parked a quadbike near my car. I just geared it to neutral and pushed it.
#73 to #25 - shazmothree
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If a man was driving the car he could probably get out without moving the bike
User avatar #50 to #25 - psykobear
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Lifting not required.
Knock it over and drag it.
You can drag more weight than you can lift.
User avatar #1 - biomedic
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NO ******* WAY!! is that the carpark outside hobbycraft at westwood cross?!
#6 to #1 - sheriffhd [OP]
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indeed it is....It seems we have a proud family from planet thanet on funny junk. :D
#67 to #6 - anon id: fa01960a
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thanet, seriously? Go to Westwood cross all the time!
User avatar #65 to #6 - biomedic
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And there's me thinking everyone was American! that's awesome.
#74 to #1 - tichus
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I too occasionally venture out of my home in Dover to meet the people of thanet :o
#84 to #1 - smellyjames
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#27 - Lmaoplanes
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Most bikes are like 400lbs or so, I dead lift that.

Yes I lift bro.
User avatar #43 to #27 - lolollo
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I lift to. I won't tell you how much, but it's a greater amount that you.

Prove me wrong.
#28 to #27 - anon id: c3ce6be6
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sure you do :)
#64 to #27 - anon id: ea2362dc
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The only things on you that lift 400lbs are your legs every time you stand.
User avatar #72 to #27 - TheRealNinjaa
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Even if you did dead lift it, you're only picking it up and dropping it, not actually moving it, retard.
#44 to #27 - ItsMeBaby
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#29 to #27 - baalrusher
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User avatar #60 - oottovann
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DO YOU REALLY THINK THAT ASSHOLE WON'T JUST KNOCK YOUR BIKE OVER?

NEXT TIME USE A TRUCK, DUMBASS
#96 to #60 - bacabac
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I'm not getting your point. You should probably use a bigger font and a couple of exclamation points.
User avatar #97 to #96 - oottovann
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NO
User avatar #66 to #60 - multimedia
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He probably has the guy's license plate or something in case he pulled such a dick move.