thecarmemes:

Thanks for the submission noturbo_noparty_com! http://instagram.com/p/uaAwT9J87G/

Same goes for CUT SPRINGS back then… boy howdy that was scary shit…

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Poor poor bike… he turned that 1000cc to a scooter…

calpan:

Yo

looks fast… but that is it… just looks… 

(Source: fly-with-the-gang)

(Reblogged from sil80-alex)

Good god I need a excellent suspension setup… this gap is killing me and need to be able to dive into the turns more.

equius:

hiddenblade-hiddennomore:

captainangelofthelord:

crestlessly:

vitaisfrozen:

YOU KNOW WHAT FUCK THIS
I TOUGHT IT WAS GOING TO BE CUTE AND CHEEKY BUT GUESS WHAT

IT ISN’T

AND NOW I’M SAD

This is not okay

NO THIS WAS CUTE WHY DID YOU DO THIS TO ME

I knew what this was going to be…

THE TEARS ARE REAL! 

(Source: aiklahori)

(Reblogged from sil80-alex)

Yes, screw that stance shit

(Source: omgcreeper)

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becauseracecar:

Nothing is more square than 4 college boys cramped in a Civic trying to race me on my commute back home.

Lol I get similar things whenever I have to go to work… silly kids… I’m just way faster.

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California drought, lack of rain, and the need to keep my beast clean. Wash & wax anywhere by #meguiars is the best. #meguiarsproducts #lexusisf #600hpclub #dailydriven #functionalparts #fuckclublexus

Real horns?

‘Devil horns’ grandmother now quite enjoying her horns
The 101-year-old Chinese woman who grew a devil-like horn from her forehead has confirmed that she’s now growing a matching one on the other side of her head – and says that she’s looking forward to it.

Zhang Ruifang first noticed the horn on the left side of her forehead developing in 2009 – and it’s now around 6cm long. And she says that doctors have now confirmed earlier suspicions that she’s now developing a similar growth on the right side of her forehead.
Zhang says she’s turned down offers to have them removed – because she’s never had so many well-wishers and visitors at her home in Linlou, eastern China.
‘At first it was a nuisance sleeping and so on, but now I get people visiting me all the time bringing me food and gifts and asking to take my picture.
‘I had some doctors who said they would cut it off for free but I told them no. In fact I’m quite looking forward to when the matching one has grown a bit,’ she explained.
Youngest son Zhang Guozheng, 60, said he and his five brothers have given up trying to persuade their mother to have them removed.
He said: ‘She is on her own a lot of time and we didn’t pay much attention to it until too late and by then she seemed to be quite attached to leaving them there.’
The growths are likely to be ‘cutaneous horns’ – growths made of keratin, the same substance that makes up fingernails. Although most cutaneous horns are only a few millimetres in length, some can extend a number of inches from the skin.