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    Frys With That, Please
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    New question here. Sh!t Mountain biker Girls Say.

    How accurate is this vid, ladies?

    Please forgive me if this is a repoast!


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    i agree that nail polish is good for hiding the dirt.
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    Never use nail polish myself, but I can see where it might be helpful.

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    "take the picture from further down so it looks steeper" made my girlfriend (who rides) fall over laughing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thekarens View Post
    Never use nail polish myself, but I can see where it might be helpful.
    I just keep my fingernails short enough that dirt doesn't get under them!

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    One of the cutest and better made "Sh*t" videos, my favorite. Seriously, these girls and their German chatter is so cute I could die. If I could be half as cute on my mountain bike I'd be so stoked.

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    Loved the bike loading gal and all the tire levers in the wheel. Dam funny.
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