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Mean Things I've Done to Others... - July 1, 2011, 05:58 PM

Tell us about some mean things you've done to others....

I'm a guy, so you either get fucked with by other guys, or you fuck with them. So I was reading a thread on the T675 forum about a guy who took his bike apart and put it back together and had a bolt leftover. Posted a pic to ask where it went.

It reminded me of something I used to always do to this guy I shared a house with yrs ago. We both had bikes. He wasn't the most mechanically inclined guy, and would sometimes get in over his head and I would help him. On several occasions he had his parts all spread out after taking his bike apart. And I would put some extra bolts or other things in his parts pile when he wasn't around. He had a Yamaha and I'd put SAE nuts or bolts in his spread out parts piles.

And he'd always wondered why there were always extra parts leftover. I always thought it was pretty funny. I see him now and again still. One day I'm going to have to 'fess up.
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