A few weeks back I went to the chiropractor. Outside the sugery he had his gert bit BMW motorbike on a trailer covered with a tarp. Selling it? says I. Apparently he was touring Scotland with a friend, went to overtake a tractor and of course the driver turned right in front of Jan sending him and bike flying. This is the second person I know with a Beemer that has suffered an accident in this way. Oo-er. :o
I would put that more down to the impatient nature of beemer owners.
Must ask at this point Pam,and it is only a little point..whats a trurning tractor and a gert bit bmw? I just needed to ask you understand cos I was at the bike show yesterday and couldnt see one on their stand..:-)
Rider error - how far do tractors travel on the public highways? If a tractor, that lives in fields, is driving along a road what is it likely to do next?
"What can be seen, what cannot be seen and what can reasonably be expected to happen" as they say...
But whats a Gert?.. I need to know!
West country - gert (or girt?) = great; often found as in "gert big" - am I correct Pam?
also gert = "get" like gert your knickers off etc. ;-)
How come these topics always end up with "Pams Knickers" !!!!!!!!
trust Paul to bring it to knickers again..:-)
Is that a Leicester term Paul? :)
Ok then I,ll go along with that....but whats a gert "bit"
Spelling mistake Allan. :)
I know Pam..was only having a little titter with you (reckon the red wine had kicked in!). .:-)
Yes John, gert big or great big. Comes of living in a Berkshire village or two. :)
>impatient nature of beemer owners.<
Tractor drivers are a flipping menace, if their indicators aren't working how does one know if they are suddenly going to swing right into a lane obscured by hedgerows, trees etc. The bloody things go for miles without pulling over to let traffic by.
One of Dave Death's lot (motorbike dealers on IOW) got killed hitting the trailer of a tractor turning into a field.
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