Can also be the most amazing guy ever, who loves to joke around, is the sweetest guy ever, at times can be a bit clingy but if you just ask for some space he generally will give you that space. He can be very generous, a tad bit emo-ish, likes to draw when he's bored, his room is very neat and clean minus MAYBE a few things laying around and a non-made bed sometimes, and his bed is also very comfy but his room is usually seen as clean and organized. He loves his screamo, death metal, and pretty much any kind of genre of music that has "metal" in it. He's also in his own band w/his friends, and they are a screamo/death metal band surprised? i think not! He's a little on the chubby side, but truely, he's not fat or really chubby. He's FLUFFY! he can be quite lazy, but if you bug him enough or ask him nicely or bribe him he will usually get off his ass...usually...
But, he's still just the cutest, amazing guy ever. Also, he's very chill, but can be hyper too. He also enjoys skateboarding
If you get a Harley, or know a Harley, and just get to know him, I'm sure you'll also see how awsome he is :)
Her icy blue eyes make your heart melt and her perfect smile and giddy laughter will make you happy no matter what.
Harley cares about everything, no matter how much she might deny it.
You just can't help but fall in love with her.
"I've been talking to Harley all day. (:"
Harley Davidson dominated the American motorcycle market until the mid-1960's when Honda introduced a line of smaller-displacement less intimidating lightweight bikes. The smaller Japanese bikes could not match the performance of the then ing-of-the-hill Sportster, a bona fide street racer and land-speed record holder and still the best selling middleweight motorcycle in history.
But, the less-intimidating Japanese machines became top-sellers, and changing times hurt Harley Davidson sales.
Harley Davidson was acquired by AMF in the 1960s and quality, along with sales, plummeted. The "AMF Years" almost dealt a death-blow to Harley-Davidson and saddled the motorcycles with a bad reputation which has, unfortunately, been hard to shake, even though the current production bikes have a reputation among motorcyclists as having almost bulletproof reliability.
In the 1980s, Harley was bought back from AMF and completely re-vamped. Quality was back, and customers flocked to dealers, and still do.