Brand new in, arrived only this week, fresh from the continent,
Its my size
Its my size
Its my size
How mint is this saddle? Its my size.
Its my size.
This bike is the perfect size for me and I really like it. It probably won’t fit anyone else, if you really want to come in and have a butchers then do, but I doubt it will fit anyone, as I said it is my size and I am a really rare size.
Sale price £100,000
1 month later.
Rob: ‘weird that no one has inquired about the Concorde, it’s a great looking bike’
Me: ‘yes, how odd. I can see you are struggling to shift it. How much will you let me take it off your hands for?’
I don’t know if you know, but when you have a website or blog you can see which things people are looking at the most. You can see what things people have typed into their search engine to get to you. I had a nosey earlier at the site stats. I thought it might be quite interesting.
I was not surprised to see the Hetchins is the most viewed bike. People go wild for the curly little blighters and people abroad tend to be keen on them as they are quintessentially English.
Headbadge and luscious lugs
I won’t spill the beans on what else has been super popular, because it’s top secret stuff, but I can tell you, I now know your dirty little secrets.
Amongst the top 3 images viewed on this blog are 2 of ladies and their cycles.
People always say that sex sells, and my mum always told me that men are of a simple sort, that they often think with what’s between their legs, not between their ears.
Well the proof is in the pudding isn’t it? I have the figures in black and white before my very own eyes.
I have popped an image below of some ladies running, to help content all the simple souls viewing.
Rob was beside himself with a laughter over this clip.
I personally did not think it was that funny. Mildly amusing, yes, but doubled over in laughter amusing? Most definitely not.
This is what my face looked like after Rob showed me the joke
Sounds nice in French doesn’t it?
I love the french language. A lot of English people don’t like the French. People say Parisians are rude. I have been to Paris quite a few times, and other parts of France and no one has ever been rude to me. In fact I was by far ruder. I reckon I beat them at their own game.
Good mornin' squire