Can anyone send a nut kick through e-mail?

Because if you can, send it to the person that posted this

http://madison.craigslist.org/mcy/705195524.html

Seriously, I know I'm pretty new to this whole thing, but unless a broad posted this, the person who posted it just sucks at life.

Re: Can anyone send a nut kick through e-mail?

a-haha! take that shit to urban outfitters

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Lil MotoGuzzi Vert /

If you could I would deserve one for my posts yesterday. Shitty day. Sorry people.

Re: Can anyone send a nut kick through e-mail?

They could have just posted saying "poser seeking something that I think will make me cool, but will just make the thing less cool."

Re: Can anyone send a nut kick through e-mail?

take it easy he thinks they're hip and classic nut kick hurts

Re: Can anyone send a nut kick through e-mail?

somebody sell this guy a non-running Sparta, as a sort of initiation. Plus, if he's not as legit as he seems to think he is, he'll let it sit for a winter, then sell it back to someone serious.

seems like a good idea to me at least...

Re: Can anyone send a nut kick through e-mail?

"They could have just posted saying "poser seeking something that I think will make me cool, but will just make the thing less cool.""

I don't think people have ever bought mopeds to be "cool."

Re: Can anyone send a nut kick through e-mail?

shit, i bought a moped to make _mopeds_ cool.

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yeah no shit. i bought a 1977 peugeot 103 in april of 2007, and after riding it for a few months, noticed that i was not only the only one with a moped, but that most people made fun of it. like six months down the line some kids at de anza college finally said thats a cool moped. but i have found that if it doesn't keep up with cars, people wont even hit you up to go on weekend rides. im just waiting for gas prices to level off then im goin to sell all my stupid slowpeds. sayonara stuck up spoiled people.

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