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Old 19th January 2013, 07:23   #1
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Slightly OT, any Moto GP fans in here?

I just started getting into MotoGP last year, but I'm freaking obsessed with it now! I found out my buddy's brother-in-law is an Ex-MotoGP rider, I'm going to the Jerez race with them this year. So stoked!!!!

Any predictions for this year??? I'm a Rossi guy, I think he'll come back now that he's back with Yamaha.
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The E60's V10 is like dating that hot girl who takes you for granted, makes you buy her stuff all the time, the sex is mindblowing and she screams too loud during the act , mother never approved of her, and she got too drunk at your wedding and made out with the best man. The F10's V8 is more like dating that girl next door that everyone in the neighborhood thinks is a nice girl, she goes to church, but has a secret life as a stipper, and is a freak in bed and will do things to you that you never thought were possible.
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