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Discussion in 'Military' started by YayAreaTaco0311, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. YayAreaTaco0311

    YayAreaTaco0311 [OP] Motivator

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    ...that military men love to drive trucks with lift kits? I was cruising around Camp Pendleton and 80% of the Marines on base drive trucks with huge ass lift kits!

    One of my lady friends says men drive trucks with huge lift kits to hide the fact that they have small penises... :confused:
     
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    daftcon too many clowns, not enough circuses.

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    the fact that my penis is small has nothing to do with the fact that i want my tuck lifted!! its just small and i accept that
     
  3. Mark C.

    Mark C. If you want it bad, you usually get it bad!

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    I don't have a lift.....and I'm not sure how big that thing is, but the hole in the end of it weighs 8lbs!
     
  4. bigburrito

    bigburrito Local Man

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    this theory gets uselessly tossed around alot. most of the time, the watchers/commenters/fat chicks/nerds are just hating on the people with the cool trucks. cool guys like cool trucks, and cool trucks have big tires. maybe 10% of the time the lifted truck driver is a real d-bag with a napoleon complex, but imo the truck balls would be a more accurate way to stereotype that crowd. just sayin

    how does a hole weigh 8 pounds??? seems like most holes have no weight, on account of them being holes. just sayin
     
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    That or they realize that fat chicks can't jump - so they opted for the lift.
     
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    only one problem with that theory. fat chicks CAN jump DOWN- from high spots. gotta watch out for em when your driving under balconies or elevated hot dog stands
     
  7. Mark C.

    Mark C. If you want it bad, you usually get it bad!

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    :rofl::rofl:

    Nice!


    "how does a hole weigh 8 pounds??? seems like most holes have no weight, on account of them being holes. just sayin"


    It doesn't weigh anything on earth.....but...well...use your imagination! If the hole were filled with salt water, and weighed 8lbs, then it would hold nearly a gallon!
     
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    Hahaha elevated hot dog stands... So, assuming that they were able to get in the truck in the first place - this could be a potentially dangerous situation...

    Either way, we are in some real trouble.
     
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    I'd have to say there is a distinct difference between a "lifted truck" and a truck that has an upgraded/performance suspension, and bigger, more aggressive tires.

    One is usually a status symbol for self absorbed douchebags and white trash so they can feel "big", not necessarily penis wise, while driving around. There are LOADS of those out here in the IE thanks to the DGAF dumbasses being obsessed with them.

    The other gets built with a purpose in mind by someone that enjoys off-roading or maybe even simply driving down a trail somewhere to go camping or fishing or whatever and they don't wanna be worried about getting stuck.

    When I was at Pendleton (as late as may of 07 when I got out) most of the big trucks on base were honest off-roaders or country boys from outta state that wanted a good truck to take home and go hunting or fishing with.

    Just my 1000 pesos ...

    J. C. P.
     
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