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Posted by Zarayna , in Random babbling, Life Feb 21 2012 · 59 views

Is it bad not knowing how on earth to ride a bike? XD

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Shiny Chariot
Feb 21 2012 09:48 PM
Depends, personally I might say no. Then again I can ride a bike.
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Dunno, but I never learned either.
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Neither did I.
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It's not an essential skill but it can be useful.

On the other hand, my experience with bikes involves lots of accidents and injuries... so maybe you avoided something like that. :D

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Colonel Roy Mustang
Feb 21 2012 11:13 PM
I feel so much better now.

- :burnmad:
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I never learned how to either. I always sort-of did, but it was never really necessary.
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Am I the only one who finds riding a bike pretty much essential. I mean that's my favored method of transportation.

*shakes head at everyone*

What has the world come to?
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Feb 22 2012 10:41 AM
Biking is awesome. It's a method of exercise and transportation that doesn't involve walking, which makes it cool in my book.

That said, I don't think it's particularly bad that you don't know how to ride a bike, but I do think you (and everyone else who doesn't know how to ride a bike here) are missing out on a nice little hobby.
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biking and swimming go hand in hand with me. I'm essentially a Po-matoran; I like to keep my feet on the ground as much as possible.
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No big deal if you don't know how to, but at the same time, it's a very useful skill, and there's little to it.
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My three methods of exercise:

Biking, Swimming, and Hiking.

Also what happened to the days when pretty much everyone rode Bikes everywhere.

If not that, then at least the days when the newspaper boy delivered via bike.

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Around here, papers are delivered via car, and each route is massive. Farewell, days of the small paperboy. :/
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...I didn't realize people didn't learn how to ride bikes. :P
I dunno; it's not really necessary, but I do find it a useful skill. Just like someone who can actually speak French (unlike me) in addition to English finds it a useful skill.
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If there was a slap for every reference you didn't get, Zar, you would be like a walking bruise.