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    Default Biker handshake...

    ...that one where your hand goes from a conventional handshake to a kind of gripping each others fist position.

    What's that all about then?


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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Easier to do in gloves?

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by notmyusualusername View Post
    ...that one where your hand goes from a conventional handshake to a kind of gripping each others fist position.

    What's that all about then?
    dunno, freemasons?

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    its a Turkish Prison thing

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter View Post
    its a Turkish Prison thing
    don't drop the soapbar

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    International sign for 'How big can your sphinter get'

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by notmyusualusername View Post
    gripping each others fist

    How's that work then?

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by notmyusualusername View Post
    ...that one where your hand goes from a conventional handshake to a kind of gripping each others fist position.

    What's that all about then?
    Secret Mem Meet handshake

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    All I know is don't shake hands with MrTack unless you're well prepared for it. I forgot this on Sunday and lost the use of my right hand for 20 minutes...

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by Fallen Angel View Post
    Secret Mem Meet handshake
    The Three sat furthest away from us drinking newkie brown looked the type to give that sort of handshake

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by moth View Post
    How's that work then?
    Struggling to describe it any better - sorry.

    Quote Originally Posted by MrTack View Post
    The Three sat furthest away from us drinking newkie brown looked the type to give that sort of handshake
    Exactly, though I noticed a few of "us" doing it yesterday as well. I've met a few bikers* who've shook my hand like it.

    *Not real HA type bikers, but it seems to be more prevalent amongst leather waistcoat wearers (Not that there's anything wrong with leather waistcoats of course)

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by moth View Post
    How's that work then?
    You are obviously not in the know. Sorry

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by go_slow View Post
    You are obviously not in the know. Sorry

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Get a grip on yourself man,real men have firm handshakes,its the law

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    Default Re: Biker handshake...

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Monk View Post
    Get a grip on yourself man,real men have firm handshakes,its the law
    Real anyone has a firm handshake. Can't bear those types that feel like they've offered you something that'll break if you squeeze it. Or those that you count your fingers after to make sure they haven't stolen one.

    Offer, grip, squeeze, let go. It's not difficult.

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