She’s Hot in the Road…Written by Maricon Williams
It was a hot summer day and she was in all her splendor as you mount her. Her body glistened from wax that you lovingly applied on her. People are awed just seeing her pass by. Every bystander that saw you wishes that they could also have a girl like yours and they exclaimed “She’s definitely hot on road…” and then you smile and said “Wish on brothers…this girl is mine…”
Have you ever wondered why most men refer to their bikes as a she or their girl? In order to satisfy my curiosity I asked some of boys in neighborhood with bikes why they have to refer to their bikes as their girl. And these are some of their explanations:
Boy 1: I call my bike my girl because it’s beautiful and shapely like you girls. – I don’t know about this but if I’m compared to a bike I definitely would not want to be compared with those bulky big bikes. Just think of what that implies.
Boy 2: My bike is my girl friend because she’s hot…! – Again, I don’t know what to think of this comparison but it must be because exhaust of motorcycles are hot when you get in contact with it or it may pertain probably to look of bike. Well, it’s their opinion in first place.
Boy 3: I refer to my motorcycle my girl because I fell in love with it first time I laid eyes on it. The same feeling I get when I’m in love. – This is probably one answer that makes me wonder, comparing love for a motorcycle to love for a “real” girl. I mean come on.
Are You Overlooking a Simple Revenue Generator?Written by Dianne E. Dawson, M.A.
There is a simple practice that any business can implement that can capture more revenues. If follow-through is not part of regular discussions among your staff, perhaps this story will get it on your next meeting agenda.
I had my regular visit to dentist several weeks ago. During visit, need for handling a minor matter was discovered and a treatment plan was developed. However, because I didn’t have my calendar with me, I did not schedule a return appointment while on-site, instead promising to call back to do so.
Well, as happens to us all, things got in way of that call-back and eventually, I forgot my commitment (Hey! I’m human – it was a minor matter [smile]).
Today I realized that I had not followed through. It’s been about six weeks.