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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by RITmusic2k » Thu Feb 19, 2009 2:41 pm

Welcome and congratulations!

I'm the resident relatively-new-guy-who-hasn't-really-developed-an-'identity-all-my-own'-on-this-board-yet!

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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by wannabe » Sun Feb 22, 2009 4:47 pm

ColJessip wrote:Having 3 pedals is what makes one a man.

what about blondie and thedumblonde? they're girls, and they drive stick

(i don't, but i am female)
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by wannabe » Sun Feb 22, 2009 4:48 pm

i'm one of the resident females...there are three of us, all blonde....there are other females, but we (blondie, me and thedumblonde) that are the "regular" ones....

WELCOME
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by theholycow » Sun Feb 22, 2009 5:20 pm

So the others are "irregular"?

This should help:
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by watkins » Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:04 pm

[Jewish grandmother] OYE! [/Jewish grandmother]

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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by ColJessip » Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:40 pm

wannabe wrote:
ColJessip wrote:Having 3 pedals is what makes one a man.

what about blondie and thedumblonde? they're girls, and they drive stick

(i don't, but i am female)
It makes a female have alpha status over other females?

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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by wannabe » Mon Feb 23, 2009 8:35 pm

ColJessip wrote:
wannabe wrote:
ColJessip wrote:Having 3 pedals is what makes one a man.

what about blondie and thedumblonde? they're girls, and they drive stick

(i don't, but i am female)
It makes a female have alpha status over other females?
hmmm


with girls it can go a few ways...

1. she drives stick.
2. she drives a hot car that has a stick.
3. she can drive a stick but doesn't (me!)
4. she has no clue what a stick is (is it from a tree?)

that last one is my friend. poor girl...
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by comingbackdown » Tue Feb 24, 2009 7:10 pm

wannabe wrote:
ColJessip wrote: It makes a female have alpha status over other females?

with girls it can go a few ways...

1. She drives stick and she's smokin' hot
2. she drives stick.
3. she drives a hot car that has a stick.
4. she can drive a stick but doesn't (me!)
5. she has no clue what a stick is (is it from a tree?)

that last one is my friend. poor girl...
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by K23Turbo » Sat Mar 07, 2009 3:28 pm

Hello and welcome from a fellow Penn resident.

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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by Leedeth » Sun Mar 08, 2009 1:00 am

ColJessip wrote:
wannabe wrote:
ColJessip wrote:Having 3 pedals is what makes one a man.

what about blondie and thedumblonde? they're girls, and they drive stick

(i don't, but i am female)
It makes a female have alpha status over other females?
LOL

Alpha female!

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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by theholycow » Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:31 am

Leedeth wrote:
ColJessip wrote:
wannabe wrote:what about blondie and thedumblonde? they're girls, and they drive stick

(i don't, but i am female)
It makes a female have alpha status over other females?
LOL

Alpha female!
Sometimes it's hot when a woman who...er...umm....knows how to operate a stick shift...takes alpha status.
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by comingbackdown » Mon Mar 09, 2009 1:45 am

theholycow wrote: Sometimes it's hot when a woman who...er...umm....knows how to operate a stick shift...takes alpha status.
I could make soooooooooooo many comments about females and sticks, but I'm going to button my lip...
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by wannabe » Mon Mar 09, 2009 9:13 am

comingbackdown wrote:
theholycow wrote: Sometimes it's hot when a woman who...er...umm....knows how to operate a stick shift...takes alpha status.
I could make soooooooooooo many comments about females and sticks, but I'm going to button my lip...
smart idea.
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by comingbackdown » Wed Mar 11, 2009 1:30 am

wannabe wrote:
comingbackdown wrote:
theholycow wrote: Sometimes it's hot when a woman who...er...umm....knows how to operate a stick shift...takes alpha status.
I could make soooooooooooo many comments about females and sticks, but I'm going to button my lip...
smart idea.
I wouldn't push my luck if I were you. If you tell me it's a smart idea, I might do it anyway, just f04|2 73|-| 1u1z
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Re: Hello from a new driver!

Post by Leedeth » Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:58 pm

Just say it, come onnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn

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