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  • Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

    Simple question:

    If your ripped off in Japan, who did it? a Gaijin? or a Japanese?




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    My story:
    I bought/brought a brand new sharp looking sweet as hell Cannondale to Japan.
    At the high end bike shop where I bought it I had them fit it with the sweetest looking saddle.
    It was one of those seats that was at the time unavailable - commonly - in Japan.
    One of those uniquely designed to alleviate pressure off your prostate and allows you to sit on your butt bones instead. Anyway it was a sweet seat.
    So when I get it to Tokyo I parked it one night on the street in Azabu locked with the super strong U-lock. I went in and crashed for the night. When I wake up some ______ has stolem my beautiful seat.

    You better believe I am firing mad. This has been a while ago but I am ready to pounce at any given moment on the person I see with my seat. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    So the question is: Was it a gaijin who stole my seat? or was it a Japanese?
    - I know the guy who stole my Stussy jeans out of the dryer at the coin laundry was Japanese tnough.

  • #2
    Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

    Thanks for the seat CRACKPOT.

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    • #3
      Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

      NIMROD wrote:
      > Thanks for the seat CRACKPOT.

      You better watch your ass (literally) cause I am looking for you.
      I guess that means it was a gaijin. I thought so.

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      • #4
        Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

        I don't think I've ever seen a cannondale parked out on the street .Next time,take the extra precaution of lugging it up yor steps and parking it securely.Even for the most honest among us, a cannondale unattended overnight screams ride me ride me ride me baaaaaaby

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        • #5
          Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

          I am a Japanese NIMROD , CRACKPOT..............you PUSSY

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          • #6
            Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

            who puts a saddle on a bicycle???
            i thought those are for horses.
            bikes get seats.
            probably a random drunk thought it funny.
            you are the fool for spending so much on a damn bike anyway.
            if you can afford to live in azabu you can afford a horse for the saddle next time.

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            • #7
              Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

              johnj wrote:

              > who puts a saddle on a bicycle???
              > i thought those are for horses.
              > bikes get seats.
              > probably a random drunk thought it funny.
              > you are the fool for spending so much on a damn bike anyway.
              > if you can afford to live in azabu you can afford a horse for
              > the saddle next time.

              They dont call me the Roppongi Hills Hillbilly for nud'n.
              YeeHaw

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              • #8
                Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

                All bike/parts thieves deserve to be stripped naked, then spread liberally with vegemite (Australian yeast extract product) and then left in public to die.

                Foreign bike thieves should be stripped naked then covered in Natto
                or force fed Tokoroten until they choke to death on their own vomit.

                Some low life amoeba stole my brand new Titanium railed Salle Flite Italia
                saddle and Syncros seat post. I am told I swing and fail my arms about in in my sleep sometimes. It must be me dreaming of catching the low life _______ and belting they into a bloody pulp.

                If I nab the culprit, all the coroner will need is mop, bucket and coin bag for the finger nails so he can do a DNA log.


                Death to bike theives.

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                • #9
                  Re: Gaijin thief ; Japan thief - Ripped off in JP land

                  Please don't beat around the bush like that. Say what you mean!!!!

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