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PostPosted: December 28, 2013, 1:15 pm 
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PostPosted: December 28, 2013, 1:27 pm 
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:drive: :yay: ROTFL ! :ack:

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PostPosted: December 28, 2013, 11:31 pm 
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Oh come on, like you haven't done the same, and sometimes without even having the car physically present.

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Only once! :lol:

Oh, and a nice case of hat head? :oops:


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I'll admit, I've done it.. and all I have are seats! On the floor...


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He kinda drives like me; over steers like crazy, misses an occasional gear and has trouble finding the apex. :mrgreen:


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Heh...I *still* do that!

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Heh...I *still* do that!

Fully clothed this time, I hope... :ack:

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The funny part is it looks as though he is in an AE86. That is why I have missed a gear or two.
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GonzoRacer wrote:
dhempy wrote:
Heh...I *still* do that!

Fully clothed this time, I hope... :ack:



With age comes wisdom they say. I say it's just that you've had time to experience things and see them through to see the wisdom of your actions.

For instance us children of the 60's have seen that the idea of welfare and hand outs is much better than the actuality. When we were young and thought we might get some free stuff it sounded better than when we are old and have found out there's not enough money to go around to make that happen.

With that said, my wisdom for the evening is that it's much better to shift your gear knob in the nude than fully clothed.

(Gee, and there for a second you thought I was going to get all serious didn't you?)

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The funny part is it looks as though he is in an AE86. That is why I have missed a gear or two.
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That IS an AE86! (Ive owned 3) i would recognize that non-functional, Unexplainable "vent?" Next to the ashtray anyday!


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