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Bike Caught on Fire!

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My friend is on Deployment right now and I am watching his 2011 Sportster for him. Before he left he dropped his bike and left me with the repair work. Today I took it out for a ride around the neighborhood to run the fluids through it. I started to smell something a little weird and looked down at the exhaust to see that it was on fire! I got back to my house ASAP, put out the fire and realized that somehow, oil was leaking on to the exhaust and at some point caught on fire and was slowly burning. It was easy to put out and clean up, the bike is fine but I have no idea where this leak is coming from. I emailed my friend and just let him know that I took his bike out and it caught on fire. No other details. That'll keep him thinking for a while. I am an @$$hole
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Waiting to wear more on this story!!! :-X
immortal13 said:
No doubt....reminds me of the time many yrs ago before I had my own business and the secretary for the company texts me that my "house was on fire". I was like WTF!!!??? It ended up being a minor thing but my mind was racing when I got that text. Stupid @%[email protected]%
That's fuuuuunnny. I've heard people that have talked about doing that but didn't know anyone that that ever happened to. HAHAHehe.
skwerlee said:
Goodwell163 said:
we used to get girls to call our buddies and tell them that they were pregnant.. lol.. that one always worked great...
dang man that's cold blooded!
Ya refer back to the funny jokes thread to my joke about the "Good Sport".lol
I did that joke at a party where there was girls standing around and I got my buddy to answer the phone and relay the conversation to me from the good sport so every one could hear it and when I said, tell her wow you are a good sport they looked at me like I was the devil. lol.
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