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View Poll Results: How often do you use your horn?
5+ times a Day 3 9.38%
Once a Day 2 6.25%
A few times a week 6 18.75%
Once a week 2 6.25%
Cupple times a month 7 21.88%
Once a Month 1 3.13%
Few times a Year 4 12.50%
Once a year 3 9.38%
Never, I just run them off the Road! 4 12.50%
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Old 09-23-2006, 11:51 PM   #21
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What'* Cupple?
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What'* Cupple?
That is the wonderful spelling and grammar that I made comment about up in the Lounge.

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Cupple = Couple = 2
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Normally when I use my horn, people tend to look at my car instead of the person I'm blowing at because of the sound of my horn. I'ts a louder and higher pitched sound, kind of like the sound a cat would make when it was run over.
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What'* Cupple?
That is the wonderful spelling and grammar that I made comment about up in the Lounge.

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Cupple = Couple = 2
yeah get use to it cuz there are just some words that i will always spell wrong,, its part of me. iv always had a weird spelling problem, its kinda like dyslexia but with a twist
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What'* Cupple?
That is the wonderful spelling and grammar that I made comment about up in the Lounge.

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Cupple = Couple = 2
yeah get use to it cuz there are just some words that i will always spell wrong,, its part of me. iv always had a weird spelling problem, its kinda like dyslexia but with a twist
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What'* Cupple?
That is the wonderful spelling and grammar that I made comment about up in the Lounge.

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Cupple = Couple = 2
yeah get use to it cuz there are just some words that i will always spell wrong,, its part of me. iv always had a weird spelling problem, its kinda like dyslexia but with a twist
LOL, new quote going in my sig!
its true though... :(

but hey i get use to people pointing it out
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Once ever. I was driving....down a hill, when the car infront of me just stopped. Just right in the middle of the road, on a curve. I barely stopped in time. To make things worse, HE STARTED BACKING UP. Since I had a manual, I knew I couldn't start backing up fast enough (because I would roll down the hill slightly and then hit him probably) so I just laid on my horn. What a dumbass.
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I hardly ever use my horn.
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very rarely... i am usually out the window screaming like a psyco though
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very rarely... i am usually out the window screaming like a psyco though
I've witnessed this.....LOL

Oh, to hell with the horn, I have the wheel and drive like a battering ram down the highway with middle fingers flying hi.


Well not really, I mind my own until someone pisses me off.....
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