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This makes some sense: He was just at a motorcycle shop and he bought a shirt for his friend. His biker friend was going to stop by the same shop a month later to buy him a shirt. That way, they wouldn’t break the rule about driving to the motorcycle shop in a car. His girlfriend was standing behind him as he explained the intricacies of this t-shirt buying business. You could hear her eyes roll and she finally said, “Like he really needs another motorcycle shirt.” My friend also claims that the worst sin of biking is towing your motorcycle to a bike rally. That would defeat the whole purpose of going to the bike rally. After he explained all the intricacies of the shirt buying, he bought a shirt for his friend. The shirt had the name of the town where this motorcycle shop was located. That way you could add to your shirt collection and it looks like you have driven all over the country and got the T-shirts to prove it. I love interesting and special shirts, too. I try not to get involved with too many rules though. I don’t want to be accused of just buying a shirt and not doing the rule work of gaining the acceptance that really wouldn’t be fair. One thing was funny about my friend's purchase was he got two shirts and one of them was his size.