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I recently made a new friend (who as it turns out I knew from past excursions) who told me a great story.

I was walking down the street with my dog and complimented him on his remodeled house. As we got to talking, we both mentioned we had motorcycles and he said he had a pretty nice collection of them in the back garages. He asked me if I'd like to see them, and of course, I said YES!

While in the back enjoying the sight, I commented on how nice it was to be able to have all that, and asked if he was married. He said NO WAY!

He then told me about this woman he had recently gone out with. She came over and after swaping stories, he walked her back to the garage to show her his collection. She walked in and after e few minutes she says "aren't you a liitle to old to have these many toys?". He walked to the light switch, turn the lights off and said, "Come on, let's go". He walked her to his car, open the door for her, walked arournd, got in and drove. After a few minutes, she asks "Where are we going?", he responds, "I'm taking you home, this isn't going to work out".

 
 
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