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Old 18th February 2012, 22:12   #411
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Oil pressure, 2 AFR's, jealousy meters, and sarcastic mad scientist Ahole detectors. I'm sure that one will be pegged when you're near the car.
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Oil pressure, 2 AFR's, jealousy meters, and sarcastic mad scientist Ahole detectors. I'm sure that one will be pegged when you're near the car.
Don't forget the two or three sensors to measure female passenger "humidity."
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Old 18th February 2012, 22:59   #413
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Oil pressure, 2 AFR's, jealousy meters, and sarcastic mad scientist Ahole detectors. I'm sure that one will be pegged when you're near the car.

So many ways to go with that one , but I can restrain myself.

Why the hate is it my wheels?
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So many ways to go with that one , but I can restrain myself.

Why the hate is it my wheels?
Yes, the wheels. Can I borrow a set for the Touring? My 16" wheels look HORRIBLE.
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Don't forget the two or three sensors to measure female passenger "humidity."
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Old 19th February 2012, 16:30   #416
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Why the hate is it my wheels?
of course it's the wheels you know those wheels cause you a 4hp deduction. . .so you only have like. . .700 left????
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Female humidity is what we strive for or at least I do. Ewww?!? WTF

Sweaty balls = EEEEWWWW!!!!! + 1000.
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if you need a car to generate female humidity other than nervous sweat, you've got many other issues that need addressing well ahead of time.
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