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Husband’s Girlfriends Bike-Cheap Just Like Her – $50 (Ft Lewis)

Date: 2009-08-27, 7:37PM PDT
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Yep, you read it right!
Im selling my husband’s girlfriends bike. The stupid ass made the mistake of buying it for her and then leaving it in our garage.
Although Im not sure why he did, its pretty obvious that the skank gets NO exercise (other than being on her bloated knees) by the size of her FAT ASS.
Im sure it wasnt a subtle hint for her to lose about 50lbs…more so his dreaming that they could go biking together, since I dont go mountain biking with him…Im too busy taking care of our kids while he goes thru a midlife crisis, buying drums and jumping out of planes and all.

So heres the whore’s bike info:
Magna Tangerine – cantilever brakes – 21 speed – purple/black & silver
And she NEVER put her fat ass on it, so its like new and not infected…yay you!
Now while someone please come get this out of my sight?

  • Location: Ft Lewis
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