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Old 4th February 2005
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Question Harley T-Shirts

OK, there has been a bit of talk here about HD T-shirts on different Threads.
Just wondering how many people here wear HD shirts and how many don't??

My Self, Yes I do wear them!!! I have quite a few!! I collect them from places I've been and a couple from places that I haven't been, those have been sent to me from people that I know!!
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I have 3 Harley t-shirts. I only get ones I really like.
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I have a few, including my HOG rally shirt. It's one more thing I can collect...
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Wow! Wowie Wow Wow! 100% so far! That is incredible! Oh, only a few postings!

Anywho, I spend most of my wages on Harley-D T-shirts, buckles and boots. When I cruise by big plate glass windows and catch a glimpse of myself wearing my Harley shirt, I really look good. However, it's not to say I don't look good with my shirt off. I do, but I like to wear my Harley shirts because people will envy me both on and off my bike.

When ever I'm walking through a store or a park, or sitting in my church pew, quite often the little ladies will say, "Hey, mister, I really like your Harley motorcycle shirt. It is really colorful and you look very manly in it!" Some times such compliments embarrass me, but I usually reply with a modest, "oh, I suppose I do!"

However, sometimes, and it's usually a jealous boyfriend, will come up to me and say, "Hey bub, you think your pretty tough wearing that stupid Harley shirt. Maybe I ought to bop you in your nose!" I always apologize for offending them with my choice of wearing apparel, and then I punch them in the head. Some folks are just bad people!

Anyway, I wear my Harley shirts to show I am a great Harley fan and a great American!

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Wow! Wowie Wow Wow! 100% so far! That is incredible! Oh, only a few postings!

Anywho, I spend most of my wages on Harley-D T-shirts, buckles and boots. When I cruise by big plate glass windows and catch a glimpse of myself wearing my Harley shirt, I really look good. However, it's not to say I don't look good with my shirt off. I do, but I like to wear my Harley shirts because people will envy me both on and off my bike.

When ever I'm walking through a store or a park, or sitting in my church pew, quite often the little ladies will say, "Hey, mister, I really like your Harley motorcycle shirt. It is really colorful and you look very manly in it!" Some times such compliments embarrass me, but I usually reply with a modest, "oh, I suppose I do!"

However, sometimes, and it's usually a jealous boyfriend, will come up to me and say, "Hey bub, you think your pretty tough wearing that stupid Harley shirt. Maybe I ought to bop you in your nose!" I always apologize for offending them with my choice of wearing apparel, and then I punch them in the head. Some folks are just bad people!

Anyway, I wear my Harley shirts to show I am a great Harley fan and a great American!

Billy
hahaha Billy you always crack me up!

I'm assuming you were wearin your tough Harley Tshirt during the event's you mentioned in the following story from the old XL Forum?


Bad arse Billy
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nope dont wear them got brought one for xmas havent even been out of the wrapper yet. I tend to wear either T-shirts from aftermarket suppliers or non MoCo related bike T-shirts.
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I love how we as a group are always mother-I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!-ing H-D dealers, dealer labor rates, salesmen, the moco, moco's marketing schemes, extended warranties etc., but then we turn around and spend $20.00 or more on a shirt that says H-D and/or the dealership's name on it and wear them around with pride....

Does this not seem to add up, or is it just me?

BTW, I have one H-D shirt & don't make a habit of bad-mouthing H-D and it's dealers.
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Great THREAD!

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nope dont wear them got brought one for xmas havent even been out of the wrapper yet. I tend to wear either T-shirts from aftermarket suppliers or non MoCo related bike T-shirts.
Why, are they paying you to advertise for them?
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i've got two t's with the text:
harley -I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!--I LUV XLF!-**g davidson
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if you can read this, the bitch fell off

harley shirts?
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hahaha Billy you always crack me up!

I'm assuming you were wearin your tough Harley Tshirt during the event's you mentioned in the following story from the old XL Forum?


Bad arse Billy
Yes Phil, I am always wearing my H-D shirts, even when I'm thrusted into life and death action. My shirts always stay perfectly clean, without a wrinkle. It just goes to show you how important ones constant training is to ones survival.

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