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In Lancashire's embrace, where emerald lanes unfurl, Rides Vic, a knight of wind, upon his crimson pearl. His steed, a Blackbird, sleek and swift of wing, A symphony of power, a mechanical thing.

The dawn's first light ignites the ruby on its breast, As Vic throws back his leathers, and puts his soul to test. The twist of the throttle, a surge that sets him free, With engine's rhythmic roar, a symphony.

Through rolling hills they dance, a blur of black and red, The wind a whispered chorus, secrets softly said. Each bend a whispered promise, a challenge to embrace, Man and machine entwined, in this furious chase.

Sunlight streaks the visor, paints the world in gold, As time and space dissolve, a story yet untold. The blur of passing hedgerows, a kaleidoscope of green, A fleeting, vibrant echo, on this asphalt scene.

And when the sun descends, painting the sky aflame, He guides his feathered stallion, back whence they came. With heart both full and sated, a grin upon his face, Vic knows he'll dream of Blackbird, in this windswept, rural space.

For in that dance with engine, on freedom's open road, He's found a solace deep, a story to be told. So raise a glass to Vic, and his Blackbird swift and bold, May their rides forever echo, in stories yet untold.

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2 hours ago, husoi said:

disgusted face GIF

 

A Scotsman named Husoi, so grand, Rode a Honda Pan through out the land. With a haggis in tow, He'd yodel and crow, "This wee beastie's the best in the land!"

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1 hour ago, Vic101 said:

 

A Scotsman named Husoi, so grand, Rode a Honda Pan through out the land. With a haggis in tow, He'd yodel and crow, "This wee beastie's the best in the land!"

I'm not a Scot 🤬

Just live here because of the lovely weather...

 

 

 

and midges 

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There was a young man named O'brien

Who was mauled half to death by a tiger

When fully recovered

He awoke and discovered

A prosthetic leg made out of titanium

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An old favourite 

 

She frowned and called him Mr.

Because in sport he kissed her,

And so in spite

That very night

The Mr Kr Sr. 

 

And one no longer valid

 

There was a thick headed Marine

Whose musical sense was not keen

He said, It is odd

I cannot tell God

Save the weasel from Pop goes the Queen. 

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  • 3 months later...

There was a young man from Gosham who took out his bollocks to wash em, his mum said Jack, you better put em back or I'll step on the bast*rds and squash em. 

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There was an old man with a Honda

Who's mind would perpetually wander

While out in the fog

He was hit by a dog

And he rides a Honda no longer

 

(original by me!)

 

Scooter Dog Driving GIF

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There was a young man from Lahore,
Who had quite a stinky back door,
With a huff and a puff,
He did a big guff,
And crapped all over the floor.

 

Sorry, my humour is usually fairly potty mouthed 🤣

 

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