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Unread 10-23-2013, 09:33 PM   #91
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I was at the Taco Bell drive up a few days ago and could see the people in the car behind me trying to mouth out my licence plate (IH8PEPL), when they said it out loud and started laughing, their little girl in the back seat put her head out the window and yelled "YOU'RE MEAN!"

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Unread 10-25-2013, 02:09 AM   #92
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I was filling up at the gas station once and this guy turned into the station and pulled up next to me. He rolls his window down and tells me if I "cut him off again like yesterday" he'd call police and get me a good and hefty ticket. Funny thing was I was outta town with my parents up til that morning he decided to go out of his way to inform me of this. Not too big a town to be confusing Jeep's...but whatever I'll try my best I guess.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 01:55 PM   #93
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Had a guy following me to work IN THE FOG way too close. He didn't notice my 2 1320 lumen reverse/trail lights on my tire carrier. After he stayed there for a couple of minutes, I lit him up. He stayed there a bit longer - the lights stayed on. When he changed lanes I turned them off. He then proceeded to get in front of me and brake check me. BIG mistake.

4 110W offroad lights lit him up, along with my brights, until he took off and changed lanes again.

Idiot. Don't tailgate in the fog. At 5:00a. Then cut me off to 'teach me a lesson' when I'm going about 3 over the speed limit... and in the right lane.
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Unread 10-28-2013, 02:05 PM   #94
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Had a guy following me to work IN THE FOG way too close. He didn't notice my 2 1320 lumen reverse/trail lights on my tire carrier.
This is the route im headed. No matter how many times I break check someone they are right back in the same spot and refuse to back off. A few trucklight leds should do the trick... if not im going to start thowing ball bearings out the window .
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Unread 10-28-2013, 02:16 PM   #95
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When my girl friend and I just started going out my jeep was always freezing when we drove it, winter came and left, and now when we take hers it's just as cold, told her it wasn't the jeep just ny.
She doesn't complain anymore thanks two blankets in both.
Or problobly the best was all the stickers, everyone has something wrong with there not being enough now there are barley any, I got mad at the jeep cause it seemed to make me clostrifobic although that could have just been from putting the top on after 2months with it off straight.

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Unread 02-11-2014, 08:28 PM   #96
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Other than parking next to people in parking lots that don't know how to park, I get plenty of horrified faces from soccer moms driving behind me when they see my bumper stickers. Nothing like living near rich neighborhoods...
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Unread 08-24-2014, 10:12 PM   #97
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I was at a sub shop and there were 3 spots out front...car on the far left was parked over the right-hand line. The one on the far right was over the left line, creating a tiny space in between...i took it. I had to back waaay up to get set straight and then as I pulled in I watched the unbelieving looks of the people waiting in the passenger seats of the cars. I pulled into the spot till I would have had to fold my mirrors in order not to hit theirs. I had to get out the back door because my door was too close to the other car...I watched through the window as the people of one car left...the guy crouched down and called "left, straight, stop, etc." like the driver was backing a trailer....the other car's owner came inside and asked across the restaurant who owned the jeep. I said I did. She said "well can you move it cause my daughter can't open her door to get in?" She said it in a ticked off way...so I said equally loudly (the whole crowded store was listening silently) "Okay, but just so you know...Im in the lines. You aren't." I then proceeded to get in my passenger side and climb over to back out...in hindsight she should have backed out herself but the Tahoe was big and she probably thought she'd hit me if she tried to back out...idk.

Anyways I did it to prove a point...I went back inside and was told by several people that I handled it well haha. Strangely I got a flat that night a few hours later...karma?
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Unread 08-24-2014, 10:17 PM   #98
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and idk how come i cant post pics but i have them
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Unread 08-25-2014, 05:09 AM   #99
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Never really paid attention. LOVE driving around in my lifted Ramcharger though. NOBODY messes with me on the streets, anyways.
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Unread 08-27-2014, 07:07 PM   #100
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This kid was pretty pissed when I was backing into a parking space (I always back in everywhere, it's just. Habit) but I was backing in and be tried to speed around behind me and I backed right into his little Hyundai. He went though insurance and it came back as his Fault so he was defiantly pissed lmao he needed a new QP and a new door thanks to my 35 inch mtr on my tire carrier
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Unread 08-28-2014, 01:37 PM   #101
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This kid was pretty pissed when I was backing into a parking space (I always back in everywhere, it's just. Habit) but I was backing in and be tried to speed around behind me and I backed right into his little Hyundai. He went though insurance and it came back as his Fault so he was defiantly pissed lmao he needed a new QP and a new door thanks to my 35 inch mtr on my tire carrier
Little spoiled rich kid learned a lesson the hard way.
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Unread 08-28-2014, 01:41 PM   #102
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In a group setting, a Prius-owning coworker good-naturedly teased me once about the gas mileage of my Jeep to which I responded by thanking her for driving a Prius. When she asked why I was thanking her, I told her I appreciated her driving such a fuel efficient car as that meant there was more gas available for my Jeep.
My neighbor drives a Prius, but doesn't give me any crap. Probably because last winter we had an ice storm that stranded her car in a ditch. Along comes me with the winch....
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