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traildog, you should not dwell on such things.

if you want to think of something that happened a million years ago,

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I almost got in a head on wreck,...because a nice chick was changing her wet bikini top in the back seat. ....I mean, I was driving and looking up in the rear view mirror too long,... such things should only happen when the car is stopped.

she could have killed us all.

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I don't Dwell, we all laugh. my family I mean. My 50 year old big Sis (brilliant Chemist) will dog me out about it often enough...

It's nothing compared to the scratches left in body panels from bikes.

I was just trying to lighten the mood in the OBF-Lovers Quarrel. The whole concept...I stumbled across during mid post and realized the jokes on me. I still think fried eggs are funny.

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I don't Dwell, we all laugh. my family I mean. My 50 year old big Sis (brilliant Chemist) will dog me out about it often enough...

It's nothing compared to the scratches left in body panels from bikes.

I was just trying to lighten the mood in the OBF-Lovers Quarrel. The whole concept...I stumbled across during mid post and realized the jokes on me. I still think fried eggs are funny.
so she talks about the dangers of inhaling modern "new car smell",

....and then brings up you with your past addiction to "new car taste", and those 1970s interiors were extra nasty vs. today.

did you use to actually eat the white piping cores,...or were you just using your teeth to yank them out of the sheath?
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so she talks about the dangers of inhaling modern "new car smell",

....and then brings up you with your past addiction to "new car taste", and those 1970s interiors were extra nasty vs. today.

did you use to actually eat the white piping cores,...or were you just using your teeth to yank them out of the sheath?
Just bites removing vinyl covering....Like stippling, I was ahead of my time...I perforated it...lol

Just the piping tho...the flat surfaces...I could not get decent purchase for a tiny bite with my teeth....Amazing I remember it like yesterday...the smell and the ...non-existent taste...

(looking better to the ladies all the time)

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Closing the gorram doors by the windows.
Oh man, I forgot about this. I wonder why.

OK, yea, that's pretty annoying.
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Remember the piping that was on all of the vinyl upholstery in the '70s.

Well as a child, I would nibble on the passenger seat headreast in front of me. Yes, I mean, take tiny little bites out of the 1970 Volvo 124 my Father owned. How did that man NOT kill me...??? Not sure, the love of a father I guess...

D*mn , that musta drove him nuts....
...so...what do you like to chew on in your outback?...

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...so...what do you like to chew on in your outback?...
Octane boost, I got a guy that gets it for me in Jerky form...

I guess I grew out of, either my ADD, or my oral fixation. I don't smoke, chew gum, or bite my nails....Although, I think I have onset-adult dyslexia...But I want to blame that on on auto-correct.
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Octane boost, I got a guy that gets it for me in Jerky form...

I guess I grew out of, either my ADD, or my oral fixation. I don't smoke, chew gum, or bite my nails....Although, I think I have onset-adult dyslexia...But I want to blame that on on auto-correct.
...lol...maybe I should reword it...what do you like to chew on...on your outback...but can you get me som of that octane jerky...might help during a long work week.

...and it drives me nuts when people wipe the fog off of the inside of the front window with their hands...make a gawd awful streaky mess on the inside of the window...,arrgh
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I almost got in a head on wreck,...because a nice chick was changing her wet bikini top in the back seat. ....I mean, I was driving and looking up in the rear view mirror too long,... such things should only happen when the car is stopped.

she could have killed us all.
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