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Old 08-27-2012, 09:25 PM   #2221
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And FVVVVVVVVCK! Dumb trailer trash sister and disabled jockey bf moved back in.
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Old 08-27-2012, 09:26 PM   #2223
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You sister needs to be put under the guidance of more uh, traditional Asian parents. They would have her bf's head on a stick in the front yard.
Srsly.
Even the moar liberal ones would have done something.
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Low carb! Then you won't be teh fatteh.
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Speaking of which, last time I was at his place, I got so sick from his ramadan diet I nearly puked and passed out.
Ugh, you really need food and water every day? So lame. :ror ice:
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Was quite the weekend though. I'll admit that.
Indeed.

Also, are you missing a black/white puma sock? We found one on the sidewalk near where the van was parked. You can't just leave your underwear lying about, you know. What will the neighbors think?
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My friend Vicky and Jason Lee were the only other people who showed up

So even though you suck and everyone else who didn't go sucks, I had a good time.
Aww cheese.
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That's kinda how I feel when Kalim starts talking engineering stuff to me.
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Or when he tries to tell jokes. I can pick up a few words, but they just don't make sense.
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LOL why does nobody see me in a sporty car? Am I really non-sporty?
Pretty milquetoast. Camry S is about as sport as you'd get.
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My mom is an accidental hipster.
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Is this real life...
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Seems like Nick bought one to try on for himself...
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oh God, he's back
Come at me, bro.
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Those miatas look like fun.
Too bad they can't shake that axolotl grin, lol.
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Those miatas look like fun.
Too bad they can't shake that axolotl grin, lol.
I like it
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Monster Miata is definitely win regardless.
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http://www.cars.com/go/search/detail...nal&listType=1
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Lies. There was no discussion of a party in my presence.
Hmm, I figured you wouldn't be interested in a drink at a bar.

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This is starting to look appealing:

[IMG]http://files.conceptcarz.com/img/Mercedes-Benz/91_Mercedes_560_SEC_DV_05_PVGP_01.jpg[/IMG

And so does this:

[IMG]http://www.dreamgarage.com/image/resource/1121.jpg[/IMG

But I have to admit, the idea of a roadster still lingers, and I've been thinking about this since Frank mentioned it:

[IMG]http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/42/BMW_Z3_black_vl.jpg[/IMG
All of those cars seem like good albee cars. The Z3 doesn't seem like a bad option either. Very fruity like yourself.

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Decided not to do it. I need to buy replacement rivets to have on hand first.
And the pile grows...

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Not all of us want to mount Dave.
Dunno, it was pretty fun. He didn't even resist and seemed so comfortable.

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yeah, you suck

That's why I picked Saturday, so people could have some time, and besides, not everyone had school
I was the one trying to convince others to convince Albee to go, and Kalim had last minute car work to do. Dave... I dunno, just didn't bother to ask.

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Also, Miles got to mount you while you were mounting the bumper. That's good enough for me.
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I didn't feel a thing.
It was a soft mount, not a hard mount, if you get my pun.

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Yeah, I didn't either.
Good.
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Pretty awesome.

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[IMG]http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4102/4778242020_7402a9f15e_b.jpg[/IMG

[IMG]http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/379786_10150649039169498_809649497_11672546_406908469_n.jpg[/IMG

[IMG]http://i281.photobucket.com/albums/kk237/lc9aj/edit2.jpg[/IMG

[IMG]http://img862.imageshack.us/img862/4175/miatajhoside.jpg[/IMG

Pretty sexy, but they need a bit less poke.

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LOL why does nobody see me in a sporty car? Am I really non-sporty?
Eligibility requirements for a sports car:
-you are rich
-you have napoleon-complex
-you are a bro/female equivalent
-you are a showoff
-you are a cck

You are/have none of those.

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So I showed my mom what a pristine, stock E30 looks like. She was completely bowled over.
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She was particularly impressed with this example that keeps popping up on Google images. She said she likes it better than my E46.

[IMG]http://up.autotitre.com/f588209566.jpg[/IMG
That makes me want to do a 5 lug conversion on mine... Those CSL reps looks surprisingly good on an E30.

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We do, in certain cases. But the ascot and beret still throws off the visual.
werd. Z3 kinda works though.
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