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bored at work, and shopping around for deals on cl and the like, and i've seen this enough times that I've started to wonder why people indicate that the bike they are selling was or is female owned. I'm not really sure what angle the Sellers are going for on that. Just wondering what the meaning of that sales pitch is trying to convey, or if anyone has ever used that line in a sale. It's a pretty stereotypical type of statement that could be taken both ways. Trying to get thots on this...