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Old 10-15-2002, 03:29 PM   #21
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I suppose I'll have to tone it down a smidge...and maybe offer him a beer next time or something.
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Good news! My car is totally fixable! They called and said that they will replace some engine parts, the hood...well most of the front. I'm so excited! And I'm done with the meanie insurance! Woo-hoo!!

So still no sign of Will? *sniffle* I had to put my skirt down, my legs got cold.
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Skirt Down ?!?!?!?
Will... o Great one... tell us you're secret.. you got Amy to pull her skirt down without even saying much... I always had to beg and plea.. ha ha ha....

Good to hear your car is going to be alright. Are they going to fix your stalling problem too? Which part is your insurance covering ?? What about the other damages from the previous looser that hit your car ?? If you don't want Shane to have the keys.. just put it down Will'* pants.. ha ha ha.. kiddin.
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Put, not pull, Drifter....there IS a slight difference lol Saying please works pretty well though. They are fixing everything but the back bumper, but we are getting a check to cover that. The engine doesn't run at all now, so they will be fixing that. My insurance will cover anything that is deer damage, including if the engine is shot and has to be replaced...at least that is what they are saying. The other damages are being paid in the form of a check. That way we can have our regular guy fix it. Um, if I dropped my keys in Will'* pants to keep them from Shane....how would I get at them....being that Will'* pants are in Oregon and I'm in Ohio....he'd have to mail them to me or something. Keys, not pants ( I'm a little ahead of you there Drifter)
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LMFAO !!!! so much for that one Amy...you got me there... and no.. I didn't see put.. all I saw was skirt down... ha ha ha.... tells you where my mind is.. and always will be ha ha ha...
That'* good that you're baby will be up and running soon a week or two....
As for Will'* pants... I don't know.. they may still be soaking wet from the cold shower.. ha ha... try explaining to Shane when a dripping wet pair of pants with Bonneville keys arrive thru Purolator.. ha ha ha..
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I don't know if I could explain that one to him at all. I'd just giggle a lot. Yup, I'm happy that my car is going to be good as new. They promise that it'* going to be done in 4-5 days. We'll see.
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Wet pants are on the way. Thanks for sending your addresss, Amy
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]I don't know if I could explain that one to him at all. I'd just giggle a lot.

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Wet pants are on the way. Thanks for sending your addresss, Amy
Remember...by Halloween...ha ha ha! You're silly! My car'* gonna be all better soon!! Yippee!!
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]I don't know if I could explain that one to him at all. I'd just giggle a lot.

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Oh, geez, I just realize that I misread that statement ...

The way that conversation was going ... I read it as saying
" ... I'd just JIGGLE a lot."

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