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Cute Girls in jeeps, is it a myth.

I have not seen any cute girl's in jeeps in my area. It is always a guy or a girl that could pass for guy and looks like she dates girl's. There is one girl at work that drives a libby, she is cute with a nice rack but kinda chunky. I dated a cute girl with a cj7 in the 80's but she was crazy as a crapper house rat. she worked on it herself and we know about crazy girls, so i kept her around for a while. Other than that not a cute one in sight. Though in central cal there would be one. so whats the deal, cute girls dont buy jeeps just ride in them?



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post #2 of 553 Old 02-10-2011, 10:22 AM
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Lots of cute gals in full sized trucks.... none in jeeps in my area either .

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I saw one in a jeep on the cover of the latest Quadratec catalogue might be the closest i have gotten.
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There are a few I see around my town. I see one driving around in a TJ all the time, other then that most jeep chicks I see around here drive XJs.
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I think most cute girls drive Scions or Jettas. At least around here they do. Sometimes the girls that like to pretend that they are real life cowgirls drive super huge Chevys and F-250s with pink undercarriages and zebra print steering wheel covers. Stupid I know, but damn are they cute.

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The only cute girls in jeeps I see are usually sitting next to me in mine. Nothing wrong with "chunky" either. Chunky people alot of times can lose that weight and turn out to be super hotties. I know this from experience so I dont mind chubby, just no fatties.
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Hey I think I'm okay average cute..And I'm not a dyke..yet haa
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Pics or you're not real
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Theres some good looking girls on the forum, and ive seen some hot ones driving jeeps, but 99% of them have boyfriends/husbands. I want my girl to have a jeep just to add to that 99% lol

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hahahaha I should have expected this..I'm at work I'll have to dig.
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There I am, it's an oldy. I'm not dykey-er(or am I ????) but I am a lil fatter due to prednisone/cyclosporine haha


It's hard to judge cuteness from a vehicle. Distance is sometimes a girls best friend..And those damn huge sun glasses we all wear.hahah
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There I am, it's an oldy. I'm not dykey-er(or am I ????) but I am a lil fatter due to prednisone/cyclosporine haha


It's hard to judge cuteness from a vehicle. Distance is sometimes a girls best friend..And those damn huge sun glasses we all wear.hahah
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It's hard to judge cuteness from a vehicle. Distance is sometimes a girls best friend..And those damn huge sun glasses we all wear.hahah
Pretty sure you just sealed your fate for a substantial number of creepy messages.
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Pretty sure you just sealed your fate for a substantial number of creepy messages.
"Hey baby, you post around here much?"


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Actually, I've run into quite a few good lookin' chicks in Wranglers in the New England area. Not usually modded, but often YJs and older lookin' TJs. Usually in groups of two or three as well.


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