Bringing a motorcycle inside the apartment building, WCGW?



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13 Oct 2017 18:21 - +1673
Literally like a good neighbor, State Farm....... is wondering what the fuck is he doing?
13 Oct 2017 19:15 - +481
I had a friend who was going on holiday and brought his motorcycle inside the house to keep it safe. It caught fire and destroyed his living room. Unfortunately his neighbour's house in the terrace - also his landlord - was more badly damaged in the blaze. He learned the hard way that there are a lot of sub clauses in rental and home insurance contracts about bringing petrol, or anything containing it, inside a house
13 Oct 2017 19:10 - +392
It's like he bumped into the wall and let go to press the elevator button but didn't realise the, now stationary, bike would be so heavy.
13 Oct 2017 20:39 - +165
Hey, he made it... oh...
13 Oct 2017 22:06 - +76
This is how you end up with those very specific signs banning things in public places.
13 Oct 2017 21:22 - +59
That man was caught (•_•) ( •_•)>⌐■-■ (⌐■_■) Breaking and Entering
13 Oct 2017 19:01 - +30
He will be thinking ' i was almost done entering. But ... '.
13 Oct 2017 20:23 - +27
Now advertised as an open-plan entrance.
13 Oct 2017 20:49 - +16
/r/nononoyesno
13 Oct 2017 20:49 - +16
To be fair, glass doors like this seem to be very unpredictable, and can apparently explode in a shower of sparkling shards with the slightest touch.
13 Oct 2017 20:40 - +15
welp, about time to hit the old dusty trail
13 Oct 2017 21:21 - +13
How did i know he would be carrying a guitar?
13 Oct 2017 20:43 - +6
"I mean, it's definitely strange, but the only way I can see him fucking up is by letting it fall through the glass or revving the engine, in which case he'd be an asshole for even having it on in the first place. Oh, yup. He let it fall through the glass. That sucks."
13 Oct 2017 21:42 - +5
In my recent experiences of taking motorcycles in and out of buildings, I have found that being on the bike is easier for handling it, if you are on one side you tend to lean it towards the other side.
13 Oct 2017 21:05 - +4
/r/Brasil
13 Oct 2017 23:24 - +3
More importantly, is that a loaded six string on his back? 🤔😏
13 Oct 2017 23:41 - +3
as a motorcycle owner, bringing the bike inside doesn't seem like a bad idea.
13 Oct 2017 20:51 - +3
What was that door made of? Glass? /s
13 Oct 2017 21:53 - +2
"Okay he got it through the glass door, maybe this won't be so bad! ... damn"
13 Oct 2017 21:56 - +2
/r/noisygifs
13 Oct 2017 20:51 - +2
[I used to keep my motorcycle in my dining room - never had an issue.](https://imgur.com/a/ghhYk)
14 Oct 2017 01:07 - +2
Make glass doors, wcgw?
13 Oct 2017 23:08 - +2
What an idiot. Couldn't even keep the bike upright.
13 Oct 2017 21:10 - +2
Guy looks like your typical vagabond
13 Oct 2017 22:28 - +2
Is he drunk?
13 Oct 2017 22:16 - +1
I used to park my bike in my first-floor apartment during the winter months. Of course, I was also not a moron.
13 Oct 2017 21:56 - +1
Man he got so close!
13 Oct 2017 21:57 - +1
Arghhhhhhh close....... close
13 Oct 2017 22:21 - +1
To be fair, it's not the motorcycle's fault.
13 Oct 2017 21:59 - +1
Damn dude. You're really shattering these puns.
13 Oct 2017 22:16 - +1
It's actually not that uncommon to arrive at a lower-end hotel in Vietnam and have the "free parking" be exactly this. I'd assume it's similar for other countries where motorbike traffic is the majority.
13 Oct 2017 22:09 - +1
Damn, security just shot him.
13 Oct 2017 22:19 - +1
I mean I get it. Gotta protect your bike. But why stay at a place fancy enough to have glass doors? That’s something you do at a shitty motel.
13 Oct 2017 22:14 - +1
Fucking humans

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