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Old 05-08-2012, 12:05 AM   #255101
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Btw, what should we NGCers bring for teh bimmerfest slumber partay? Towels, blankets, motor oil?
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Btw, what should we NGCers bring for teh bimmerfest slumber partay? Towels, blankets, motor oil?
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Caught that on facebook. Ok, fine, they can be "my people."
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If the above pic was NGC, I wonder who's who...
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Btw, what should we NGCers bring for teh bimmerfest slumber partay? Towels, blankets, motor oil?
Too easy... must resist urge to list inappropriate things...
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does anyone need coolant? i got lots
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I just remembered who Carlos has reminded me of. There is this mexican dude named Ruben who used to be in welding class. He had long messy hair, dressed all in black, and had piercings going through nose, ears, eyebrows, etc...

The funny thing was despite how fvcking scary that guy looked, he was really nice and polite, and cooked a couple of trays of incredibly delicious and spicy enchiladas for the end of the year welding department bbq. All done by hand.

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I just remembered who Carlos has reminded me of. There is this mexican dude named Ruben who used to be in welding class. He had long messy hair, dressed all in black, and had piercings going through nose, ears, eyebrows, etc...

The funny thing was despite how fvcking scary that guy looked, he was really nice and polite, and cooked a couple of trays of incredibly delicious and spicy enchiladas for the end of the year welding department bbq. All done by hand.

Cool story bro.

Are you saying that Carlos is freak on the streets, but a lady in the sheets?
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Yeah, but what weight? I've got 10w60 and 20w50.
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That's the thing about slumber parties. There's hardly any slumbering that goes on anyway. lol
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As if towels, blankets, and motor oil weren't inappropriate enough?
Ugh, Miles, not even subtle...
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