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Old 21.07.2011, 10:26
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Re: Grown men on micro-scooters

Maybe the men are just yearning for the good old days?

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Re: Grown men on micro-scooters

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I would also like to point out, that riding a skateboard (if you're good at it) always looks pretty slick regardless of what you're wearing. You could wear a clown suit and still look wicked ,if you know how to skateboard well.
My boss skateboard's to work from the tram stop everyday and it makes him look like a total badass! He's between 40 and 50

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Re: Grown men on micro-scooters

I work in Lancy Pont Rouge, way too many grown men on scooters, I cant believe it is an acceptable form of transport for the grown business men, full suits, and sunglasses are the best bit when the weather is nice, trying toi look cool while commuting to work on a childs toy is not acceptable...it wouldnt be possible in Wakefield I tell you
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