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Old 01-11-2006, 01:33 PM   #31
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OMG typical guy remark... she'* 41 the 24th of this month! Whatever
So what'* wrong with 41?

P.J. it makes you smart. Why do all the work when some one else will do it for you? For free even!
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Old 01-11-2006, 03:15 PM   #32
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Why didn't I find this thread sooner? And to put my in my two cents, you don't look or act dykish at all. I'd work on my car if...well, if I didn't have my brother and dad to do it for me (hey I earned the my nickname, what can i say? ). But if I had to, I would get my hands dirty, roll up my sleeves and do it myself, which I'm not sure if that makes me independent or just plain impatient.
ooooook PJ....time for your pic....

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There is nothing wrong with having a working knowledge of your car. In my experience, it is unusual for women to be interested in car work, though. Most guys will love that you know about cars, if for no other reason than that your eyes won't glaze over when they start talking "car stuff" with you.

When I help my son or my daughter with their car problems, I insist that they at least help with it. That way, if in the future they decide that they want to have a shop do some work, they are less likely to get "ripped off" if they know what'* what. You just keep doing what you're doing.
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When I help my son or my daughter with their car problems, I insist that they at least help with it. That way, if in the future they decide that they want to have a shop do some work, they are less likely to get "ripped off" if they know what'* what. You just keep doing what you're doing.
My dad has always done 98% of my repairs but with the condition that I stand out there and pay attention and help when needed. When I was much younger my mother feared I would learn how too many new cuss words by listening to my dad. Shortly after that I started working for a construction company, ordering the trades to various jobs and learned how to speak construction fluently.
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Why didn't I find this thread sooner? And to put my in my two cents, you don't look or act dykish at all. I'd work on my car if...well, if I didn't have my brother and dad to do it for me (hey I earned the my nickname, what can i say? ). But if I had to, I would get my hands dirty, roll up my sleeves and do it myself, which I'm not sure if that makes me independent or just plain impatient.
ooooook PJ....time for your pic....

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I posted a pic of me... what r u talking about?!?!
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Why didn't I find this thread sooner? And to put my in my two cents, you don't look or act dykish at all. I'd work on my car if...well, if I didn't have my brother and dad to do it for me (hey I earned the my nickname, what can i say? ). But if I had to, I would get my hands dirty, roll up my sleeves and do it myself, which I'm not sure if that makes me independent or just plain impatient.
ooooook PJ....time for your pic....

and Melissa
I posted a pic of me... what r u talking about?!?!
Melissa- look at the emoticon used. It is the humper one. They SAW your picture. They are just wanting to get one of PJ also.
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Why didn't I find this thread sooner? And to put my in my two cents, you don't look or act dykish at all. I'd work on my car if...well, if I didn't have my brother and dad to do it for me (hey I earned the my nickname, what can i say? ). But if I had to, I would get my hands dirty, roll up my sleeves and do it myself, which I'm not sure if that makes me independent or just plain impatient.
ooooook PJ....time for your pic....

and Melissa
I posted a pic of me... what r u talking about?!?!
Melissa- look at the emoticon used. It is the humper one. They SAW your picture. They are just wanting to get one of PJ also.
I thought so, but I didn't see why it said " and Melissa" ?!?! Whatever I guess lmao
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* scott....busy right-clicking and saving to hard drive *....

eh hem.... i met melissa in person...* end of throat clearing * and i can verify her comely and aesthetically salutary persona. chad...don't beat me. please. just being nice..that'* all... * slowly backing away *
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Why didn't I find this thread sooner? And to put my in my two cents, you don't look or act dykish at all. I'd work on my car if...well, if I didn't have my brother and dad to do it for me (hey I earned the my nickname, what can i say? ). But if I had to, I would get my hands dirty, roll up my sleeves and do it myself, which I'm not sure if that makes me independent or just plain impatient.
ooooook PJ....time for your pic....

and Melissa
I posted a pic of me... what r u talking about?!?!
Melissa- look at the emoticon used. It is the humper one. They SAW your picture. They are just wanting to get one of PJ also.

I thought so, but I didn't see why it said " and Melissa" ?!?! Whatever I guess lmao
ok to clarify....you are does that clear it up
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OMG typical guy remark... she'* 41 the 24th of this month! Whatever
Just wanted to be the first to say it
Come on, I harmless. I'm MARRIED
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