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He doesn't have a leg to stand on
Two strokes and he was done
Crashed, with two feet to spare.
He's a lot of fun from a couple of cheap skates
He can be bought but can't be pedaled
He likes to take things slow
Im always on top
He was off the chain
Two tired for playing
He's much smoother with a third wheel
He was pretty low down
Gets me where I need to go
He's been chopped down to size.
Has a little gas.
found him in the toy store looking racy
I rode him all afternoon
Quite a rascal
some people just can't get along with him
He'll take you down with him
He got me out of a pretty tight spot
he puttered around the house
he can't make the grade.
Moped around all the time
often out of control
Too small to ride with the big boys
He's a self propelled mover
Always pushing from one task to the next
He gave me a run for my money
I don't want my friends to know I ride him
not to be counted on when things get heavy
I had a leg up on him
He needed a swift kick to get him going
When I think of him, I see red.
I put on the pressure and he collapsed
It's always an uphill struggle with him
he took me for a ride
He came up short
He folds easily.
He's a real pushover
his wheels just keep turning!
I zoomed right in on him
He's got one foot on the ground
he's not very manly
I stood up for him
Bigger kids pushed him around a lot
his platform was really moving
He pushes himself hard then coasts for a while
Getting along with him requires balance
He won't stand up for himself
I couldn't get very far with him
We started off on the right foot
he doesn't have four-wheel drive
I got a leg up on him
sometimes he needs a little kickstart
Grandma drove him crazy
Things moved along once I got my legs around him
he gets around
we were going steady until he dumped me
I had to put my foot down to get him going
couldn't get up to speed with him
he's no big wheel
you have to push hard to get him to do anything