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By RyanSmithN - / Friday 15 January 2010 05:04 / United States
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By  GreenAlbatross  |  3

He might not have another vehicle to use. Not everyone has two vehicles to use. Good for you if you're that privileged, but he might be using a motorcycle instead of a car to lower gas and maintenance costs. Congratulations for being a single-minded dickweed.

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He might not have another vehicle to use. Not everyone has two vehicles to use. Good for you if you're that privileged, but he might be using a motorcycle instead of a car to lower gas and maintenance costs. Congratulations for being a single-minded dickweed.

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  cjammer  |  0

15 miles probably feels like an eternity when you're wet and cold. @OP, ouch! If possible, it'd probably be a good idea to start packing some kind of moisture-soaking/water-resistant beanie of some sort, no?

By  intensitive  |  11

Was there no air dryer to use to dry the inside? I bet you didn't even wash your hands. You're disgusting! I feel bad for the person who uses your keyboard next.

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  null_fml  |  11

Those things are useless in a lot of bathrooms. Like, stand-there-for-two-minutes-then-give-up-and-dry-your-hands-on-your-pants useless. The ultra-powerful ones some places have now, maaaybe. But the majority of the air dryers I've been acquainted with wouldn't even come close to being able to dry out a helmet.

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  cjammer  |  0

Yay! Let's start the my-weather-has-a-bigger-dick-than-your-weather thread! I actually agree with you. I'm from Buffalo. We know overnight hell. 30 degrees is nothing. (And I'm sure people from Alaska would say Buffalo has it easy.) BUT -- he was wet. And, he's from Florida. When tourists down south come to Buffalo, they're in flannel in 60 degree weather while Buffalo natives are still in swimsuits. Same when people from the north visit the south -- everyone down there is comfortable, and we're hot as hell. How you perceive temperature is all relative. No sense in trying to so-what/one-up. It's an FML because he was uncomfortable, it definitely sucked, and it ruined his day.

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  cjammer  |  0

Neither of the comments you replied to said anything about Celsius...or Fahrenheit for that matter. Seeing as I'm originally from the US and #9 and the OP are currently living there, I think we're talking Fahrenheit.

By  GreenAlbatross  |  3

That sucks. I hope you didn't have to take any highways. Windchill is evil. As a note, always wear leathers at night. The warmest sweater in the world won't do shit at 65 mph, not to mention that a leather jacket will allow you to keep some of you skin in a crash. 70 degree weather feels cold when you're on a motorcycle. OP, I feel for ya. The squishy helmet lining takes days to dry. Do your best to keep it from getting moldy until it is dry.

By  iSwag  |  0

No...there's nothing worse than wet socks...I absolutely fucking hate when my socks get wet! Like when somebody spills water or something on the floor and don't bother to wipe it up and you step in it and They get wet...that aggravates me so bad...FWS

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