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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    I love huge, loud-as-f*ck trucks because nothing says "My penis doesn't work and my wife is leaving me" like having everyone hear you coming from 3 miles away in your 10 mpg, gas guzzling piece of overpriced crap.

    Of course, if you are pulling a trailer or working on a farm or whatever then more power to you. Get the sized truck you need. However, if you are a retired pos who is making up for the fact that privates don't have to listen to you any more by getting a giant, loud, obnoxious vehicle that serves no purpose but vehicular viagra then please go f*ck off and die.

    I've seen this before and agree... Some are too extravagant for me and I can't see the point in spending all that money... our trucks are usually stock. On this truck, the tires are not stock, but we bought it used.


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    Editor's note...not a reflection on Jenn, who has no penis, wife, or huge ego...I just had to get that off my chest.

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    Big trucks just remind me of redneck white trash asshats and how I hate them.

    I consider myself a redneck. Not white trash, but redneck. Or maybe redneck's not the proper term... I love riding 4 wheelers, fishing, hunting, driving big trucks, and guys who wear cowboy boots with baseball caps... (sadly, Brad does not wear boots and a cap). I'm a t-shirt and jeans kind of girl. Not sure if this qualifies as redneck. If it doesn't, then I don't know what I am. lol
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    EVERYONE down here has a giant, honking huge pickup that is so pristine that you know it's never seen mud or anything more than groceries in it's bed. These usually have duallies, an exhaust system louder than a fucking Harley, and/ or is jacked up well beyond what you would need for county roads out here. (Well, that or a work truck of some sort. Those are excused from this.) I hate the fuckers. If you want to prove you have the genitalia a woman would want, how 'bout having a personality a woman would want? Fucking redneck jackasses. I have no desire to hear you coming a mile away or not be able to see around you for oncoming traffic. I had a few of these asshats think they could run me and my Corolla off the road, literally. I held my ground and they ended up eating shoulder.
    IF I ever had the money for a "play" car and attendant insurance rates, I'd get an Aston Martin. Fuck Ferrari, fuck Fiat (Fix It Again, Tony), fuck domestic.
    That said, I believe the perfect car is quiet as death, room temperature cool engine (100% efficiency), safe enough to protect me and passengers against a semi, leather interior that compensates again heat and won't roast me in summer, has photovoltaic cells to fuel itself from the sun, quicker than NASCAR, and has a similar body style to a mid 2000s Aston Martin. Needless to say, I'll never get it.
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    I grew up around a lot of white trash. Rednecks are more fun. I hate fishing, four wheeling, muddin' and all that. I do love wearing jeans and tees though.
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    Redneck is acceptable. Rednecks are casual, not jackasses, and don't represent every negative white stereotype. A redneck can be any color.
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    My dream car is something small and efficient. My dream FUN car is an air-cooled Beetle. Yes, I had one, but it was a POS. I want one that's reasonably restored/renovated (especially/mostly the interior, suspension, and electrical) with a modified engine. I'd want a bit more juice than stock. The motors are pretty weensy
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    My dream car is a 1970 Mustang Fastback. God, I love those cars more than anything.
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    I'd love to have something to add this conversation............ but, I don't really have any kind of fascination with cars or trucks - I'm an Oregonian on the west of the Cascades, so can't call myself redneck of any sort - I don't life heavy or run distance - I'm a totally failure at Whole30 - and I don't do home party sales. Dang it.............. I'm just lost on all of it! But I enjoyed the read!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomi View Post
    I'd love to have something to add this conversation............ but, I don't really have any kind of fascination with cars or trucks - I'm an Oregonian on the west of the Cascades, so can't call myself redneck of any sort - I don't life heavy or run distance - I'm a totally failure at Whole30 - and I don't do home party sales. Dang it.............. I'm just lost on all of it! But I enjoyed the read!
    lol this made me chuckle... I think you added quite nicely.

    Speaking of the party... I did manage 2 more sales which put me over the $200 threshold, so I am now eligible for hostess rewards ($50 off a bag I am going to get), one half price item, and a $25 credit. So, I'm getting 4 bags for $55. I'll have a lunch bag, a party thermal (for carrying large bowls of chilled food items), a bag for Brady to use for the cars he takes to the track to play with, and a new wallet.

    I'm getting the wallet for free, the lunch bag and Brady's bag for half price, and paying $25 for the big thermal bag. AND I got a double decker 9x13 thermal bag for free just for hosting the party. I'm decently pleased. Considering getting another bag - one for carrying blankets and such to the races, but I think I can manage without. Besides, we have enough duffle bags at home that I can probably make do.
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    Thirty One Gifts headquarters are in my home town and one of my sisters works there. I can usually buy product from her and get it at 40%. Thirty One is getting ready to introduce a jewelry line.
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    Jewelry seems to be a huge hit, but like bags, there are so many companies that sell it. Lia Sophia, Premiere...

    what ever happened to the sex toy parties??
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