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    What's your favorite crank arm? the left or the right?

    I like my crankset, but I am partial to the left, non-drive side.

    I also like those Tweety steering wheel covers they sell at the Mall Wart.

    Single speed shorts only have one leg, so its more like a lycra tube.

    Single speed trails - only for the awesomely hard core because trails for geared bikes are hohum.

    Single speed plants.

    Single speed fronds. This is a frond: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frond

    Single speed eye patch, ARRRRRR!

    Single speed headset carbon spacers - because the geared ones are for conformists.

    Single speed music - if PBR is cool, so are Walkmans and 8-track tapes... oh, and VCRs.

    Single speed specific tires.

    Single speed non-dairy fat free crappachino con vodka y huevos.

    hmmm....

    A true single speed bike only has the drive side crank arm.

    Single speed wine - you drink it from an old tin can.

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    single line of text
    Honestly... ahh I give up

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    Wow!
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    Someone just got a fresh bag of meth.

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    left side, it is lighter!

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    I like my middle crank arm best.

    It's not a single speed, though, the ladies don't like that. Too boring.

    Single speed or singlespeed?

    And what if you have 4? Quardaspeed, quadspeed or quinglespeed?

    And does that mean that 8-speeders have octospeeds?

    Octomom has an 8-speed. (8 speed?)

    I have a tringlespeed but it's only one bike.

    If Ernesto has a tringlespeed does that mean it's three bikes?
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    "What's your favorite crankarm? The left or the right?"

    Umm......yes!
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    I prefer Ernesto cranked.

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    Single speed chicken noodle soup - no chicken. Still smells like old people though.

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    if this thread were anymore pointless it would be a 29er
    no chain no gain.

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    pfft who needs crank arms to make a bike move, i sure dont!
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    I like to use the right, but sometimes the left feels just as good. Er, what? We're talking 'bout cranks? In that case nvm.

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    Left or right ,doesnt matter if you are a crank.Just keep turning.

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