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Old 01-10-2006, 05:49 PM   #11
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Hate to bust in on your little estrogen party, just wanted to say nothing makes a chick hotter than being hands on with her ride.

That' one of the things I love most about my wife. If I'm going to be doing something to the Jeep (and most times the Bonne) she'* going to be right out there in the drive way with me.

Case in point, when I say we installed the lift on our Jeep I mean "we". She was right out there disconecting shocks and suspension links,compressing springs, and putting the lift in place with me. I really couldn't have gotten it done without her.
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Usually all it takes is for a women to raise the hood and Men show up
and take over.

get me a beer will you honey
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Lilpooky must be quite an exception. Thermostat change at 13 years old, no help. Front rotors and pads at age 15, I never touched a thing. She even knew to ask which torque wrench to use. That'* my girl!
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Well Melissa, if you have a buzz cut and wear flannel shirts, yes that would be a dyke but I assume you don't have a buzz cut and flannel shirts.

Let me tell you straight up for every guy on this club. A woman who know a thing or two about cars, I mean really knows stuff is A MAJOR TURN ON for men.

If I ever find a girl that know a thing or two about cars, I'm going out with her regardless of age (above 18 of course and below 40) or color or sexuality.

So rest assured, you are not a dyke. You are a babe that every man wants

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Love ladies that work on cars... Its a gearheads dream come true...

Its cool... Its awsome that you could do that yourself Melissa...

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Melissa - No! Not dykish at all...although, I must say I was pretty excited to read in my owners manual that my Bonnie has a DIC. That'* why my '00 is my "midlife crisis." It was better than finding a boyfriend because 1) it has its own DIC 2) doesn't leave up the toilet seat or steal the remote and 3) I can ride it when I want, as long as I want, and as fast or slow as I want. Truly, a beautiful thing.

I would have to say that we are the exception and not the rule. And yes, my friends and family think I'm nuts (which I am, but that'* besides the point). My kids tell me "you're turning into a guy mom". I say "Nope! I'm turning into an independent woman who can take care of her own car." And it is definitely a great thing to be... Unless you are single and dating men who are dumber than you about their cars...that causes problems at times...trust me on that! When I start talking about upper intake failures, egr stovepipes, and gutting airboxes - some guys "tuck and run". It makes a great qualifyer though!
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Melissa - No! Not dykish at all...although, I must say I was pretty excited to read in my owners manual that my Bonnie has a DIC. That'* why my '00 is my "midlife crisis." It was better than finding a boyfriend because 1) it has its own DIC 2) doesn't leave up the toilet seat or steal the remote and 3) I can ride it when I want, as long as I want, and as fast or slow as I want. Truly, a beautiful thing.

I would have to say that we are the exception and not the rule. And yes, my friends and family think I'm nuts (which I am, but that'* besides the point).!
I love it~!!!! That is too funny (and true)
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Melissa - No! Not dykish at all...although, I must say I was pretty excited to read in my owners manual that my Bonnie has a DIC. That'* why my '00 is my "midlife crisis." It was better than finding a boyfriend because 1) it has its own DIC 2) doesn't leave up the toilet seat or steal the remote and 3) I can ride it when I want, as long as I want, and as fast or slow as I want. Truly, a beautiful thing.

I would have to say that we are the exception and not the rule. And yes, my friends and family think I'm nuts (which I am, but that'* besides the point).!
I love it~!!!! That is too funny (and true)
OMG I love all of you

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Melissa - No! Not dykish at all...although, I must say I was pretty excited to read in my owners manual that my Bonnie has a DIC. That'* why my '00 is my "midlife crisis." It was better than finding a boyfriend because 1) it has its own DIC 2) doesn't leave up the toilet seat or steal the remote and 3) I can ride it when I want, as long as I want, and as fast or slow as I want. Truly, a beautiful thing.

To use PJ'* words.....


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Well Melissa, if you have a buzz cut and wear flannel shirts, yes that would be a dyke but I assume you don't have a buzz cut and flannel shirts.

Let me tell you straight up for every guy on this club. A woman who know a thing or two about cars, I mean really knows stuff is A MAJOR TURN ON for men.

If I ever find a girl that know a thing or two about cars, I'm going out with her regardless of age (above 18 of course and below 40) or color or sexuality.

So rest assured, you are not a dyke. You are a babe that every man wants

Fuel
LOL thanks Fuel although I have a bf so no one can "want" me...... I bet that'* why Chad keeps me around... he'* a member here too. BTW how old ARE you?!?! Bc you have a pretty wide age range for dating lmao!

Here'* the only recent pic I could dig up on the computer... this is from June '05.. so my hair is a bit longer (hits my shoulders). *Note to self "never cut hair THAT short again.. makes your face look chubby!"* LOL I don't like posting pics of myself at all... bc I can always look better, pictures never did anyone justice!
Oh yeah I'm the one on the right lmao... the other female is some weirdo that jumped into my pic at the last minute kinda looks like me tho.............................jk it'* my mom!!

BTW I know I don't look dykish... although I may stand at most of your guys' height if not close @ 5'11" Chad'* taller than me and that'* all that matters!!!
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Kinda funny to think... it was only 11 days after that picture was taken that I dumped my ex bf (of 11 months) for Chad... but I won't tell you guys that my ex and Chad were friends!! I DIDN'T START IT HE(Chad) DID!!!!!!
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