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Old August 6th, 2013, 01:26 PM
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Well my daughter qualified for her "real" drivers license this morning...first road trip is to Ouray in her Disco II. If you see us please allow adequate safe stopping! lol...(God help me!)
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Old August 6th, 2013, 03:10 PM
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So heard a knock on the door one day. I opened the door to find a smiling young man.

"Hi I'm Freddy. I'm here for your daughter Betty. We're going for spaghetti, is she ready?"

He and my daughter headed out. I heard another knock on the door.

"Hi I'm Joe. I'm here for your daughter Flo. We're going to a show, is she ready to go?"

They left for the movies. I heard another knock on the door. I answered and heard a young man say:

"Hi I'm Chuck."

So I shot him.
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Old August 6th, 2013, 03:33 PM
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Well my daughter qualified for her "real" drivers license this morning...first road trip is to Ouray in her Disco II. If you see us please allow adequate safe stopping! lol...(God help me!)
I can only assume you've already removed her rear bench seat, and have made sure that the electronics to make the front seats recline have "malfunctioned" in the upright position.
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Old August 6th, 2013, 04:44 PM
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So heard a knock on the door one day. I opened the door to find a smiling young man.

"Hi I'm Freddy. I'm here for your daughter Betty. We're going for spaghetti, is she ready?"

He and my daughter headed out. I heard another knock on the door.

"Hi I'm Joe. I'm here for your daughter Flo. We're going to a show, is she ready to go?"

They left for the movies. I heard another knock on the door. I answered and heard a young man say:

"Hi I'm Chuck."

So I shot him.


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I can only assume you've already removed her rear bench seat, and have made sure that the electronics to make the front seats recline have "malfunctioned" in the upright position.
If that made a difference I would...Hell sex standing up happens all the time at school these days...from stories I hear...
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Old August 6th, 2013, 05:08 PM
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Old August 6th, 2013, 05:10 PM
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If that made a difference I would...Hell sex standing up happens all the time at school these days...from stories I hear...
Yeah, but at least you can't get pregnant with sex standing up...from stories I hear...

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In the same boat...

Bill.
My oldest daughter turn 16 in November and is requesting a Disco II. She has already had it out with a guy regarding Jeep Wranglers. One of her 'male' friends just got a Wrangler. When he came over one day, I asked him how he liked his Jeep; before he could response, she yells from the kitchen, "It's crap... big tires... lights everywhere, all the extras... but they forgot to install 4WD. Only 2 of the big tires do anything". Emasculating. I felt somewhat bad for the boy.
She followed it up with... "don't worry. When I get my Land Rover, I'll pull your Jeep out of the ditch."
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Friend with HS junior and I were talking about what car she should drive. Now I should tell you that she is a Milf. The choice was between an old Suburban, Lincoln and a Smart Car.
She was going to send her out with the Lincoln.
I disagreed. I said the Smart car.
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No back Seat.
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Old August 6th, 2013, 07:55 PM
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Yeah, but at least you can't get pregnant with sex standing up...from stories I hear...

Tu shay-

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Bill.
My oldest daughter turn 16 in November and is requesting a Disco II. She has already had it out with a guy regarding Jeep Wranglers. One of her 'male' friends just got a Wrangler. When he came over one day, I asked him how he liked his Jeep; before he could response, she yells from the kitchen, "It's crap... big tires... lights everywhere, all the extras... but they forgot to install 4WD. Only 2 of the big tires do anything". Emasculating. I felt somewhat bad for the boy.
She followed it up with... "don't worry. When I get my Land Rover, I'll pull your Jeep out of the ditch."
Very Nice. At first my daughter was apprehensive because the wheel base was intimidating to her. Now she says she loves it. She wants an Evoque or LR4. Evertime we pass a Jeep they say Sheep...baaahhh. lol.
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Old August 6th, 2013, 08:58 PM
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Bill.
My oldest daughter turn 16 in November and is requesting a Disco II. She has already had it out with a guy regarding Jeep Wranglers. One of her 'male' friends just got a Wrangler. When he came over one day, I asked him how he liked his Jeep; before he could response, she yells from the kitchen, "It's crap... big tires... lights everywhere, all the extras... but they forgot to install 4WD. Only 2 of the big tires do anything". Emasculating. I felt somewhat bad for the boy.
She followed it up with... "don't worry. When I get my Land Rover, I'll pull your Jeep out of the ditch."
Haha - that is awesome! You taught her well
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Friend with HS junior and I were talking about what car she should drive. Now I should tell you that she is a Milf. The choice was between an old Suburban, Lincoln and a Smart Car.
She was going to send her out with the Lincoln.
I disagreed. I said the Smart car.
Why?
No back Seat.
Chris, a Milf is a Mother I'd Love to F***.
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Chris, a Milf is a Mother I'd Love to F***.
I think he knows this.
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