Photo courtesy of Mark Schreiber.
Worn by Japanese man who appeared to be in his mid-70s.
Might as well ride blind
He was a mod in his early life
I it too.
Well, I’m a scooter boy, and nobody rides for free.
Ass,grass, or gas.
I will not drive this scooter girls – it is scratched.
It’s thinking! Is it a scooter girl or a girl scooter?
Not dykes on bikes, but cooters on scooters.
A shirt for Go-bot wannabes.
I’ll ride the scooter girls, if you know what I mean. 😀
There’s a heart between the “I’ and the “It.” Except for a stray capitalization of “Riding” (and maybe “freestyle” needs to be one word), this makes perfect sense and isn’t really Engrish. Oh well.
You’re never too old to girl.
So, Scooter Pies for lunch?
Is freestyle like commando?
– We are scooter girls!
– And we are Barbie girls!
– Let’s scooter with Barbie girls!
– I am truck cap!
– Wow, sexy diamond!
No doubt, Scooter Girls give the best rides.
I found out what “it” was when I was very young. Yippie yippie yippieyippie yippieyippie yippieyippie yippieyippie yippieyippie yippieyippie yippie.
NO! Not hostile….The girls were all extremely friendly.
@ Stopchicks: You’re right! It DOES make perfect sense! It ISN’T Engrish! I hate when that happens!
Avril Lavigne should see this.
@Stopchicks: There’s also a comma instead of a space between “girls” and “and.” But I could see a native English speaker getting sloppy that way.
@Sparky: That’s what I was thinking! 😈
@Classic Steve: The comma should be there; it is appropriate where it is. However, there should be a space AFTER the comma, and ideally there should be another “are” before “riding freestyle.”
Looking at it again, probably the only thing “Engrish” about this is that the scooter itself is having that thought, which doesn’t make sense.
Why not? Are you denying scooters the right of free thought, free speech, and lawful assembly.
I it. You it. We all it for … it?
Dale learned to avoid the “free scooter rides” pickup line
The HEART is missing between I and it. I love it. Poor old man. How degrading! lol