*Men* and their bikes...

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Hi all, I was just wondering what it takes to get a man's attention over his bike. Any advice?

-- Angela (aks00568@creighton.edu), July 10, 2003


A woman on HER OWN bike that's equal or nicer. Play hard to get, don't let him ride it. :) BTW, you realize he'll only love your for your bike, right?

-- Allan Gibbs (Phoenix, Arizona) (Agibbs996@aol.com), July 10, 2003.

Baby, you realize I'd just be using him for the sex, right?

-- Angela (aks00568@creighton.edu), July 10, 2003.

Now THERE is a woman who is after all of our hearts...

-- Andre (vooveevoo@yahoo.com), July 10, 2003.


-- Peter trocco (draggo1@aol.com), July 11, 2003.

You have my attention, Angela!

Do you ride? Do you have a boyfriend? What's your major?

-- Red (red@red.red), July 11, 2003.

I'm a law student and I wouldn't call him my boyfriend exactly...but there's this guy and I can't seem to get his attention! I think he's after the chase...? Is this possible? He definitely loves his bike more than me!

-- Angela (aks00568@creighton.edu), July 11, 2003.

stay away from lawyer chicks.....

-- mike (msoucy@deflaw.com), July 11, 2003.

My advice, either discuss motorcycles* with him or find other common grounds. Positive conversation re: motorcycles will probably open him up to a point of verbal diarrhea.

*His appeal to motorcycles may stem from: 1) Sense of freedom; 2) Sense of power and manuverablity; 3) Sleek, sporty design; maybe 4) An image. (Does he ride a Harley? :) )

As for avoiding lawyer chicks, I'll invoke the fifth! Inference not allowed without substantial evidence. :)

-- Allan Gibbs (Phoenix, Az) (Agibbs996@aol.com), July 11, 2003.

I agree with you... The appeal may be the manly image. He is kind of like that. Likes to be in control, constantly commenting about taking chances in life. Come to think of it, I'm not sure what risks he's taken though...

-- ~Angela~ (aks00568@creighton.edu), July 11, 2003.

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