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I hear this all the time: "C'mon, It's Just a Truck" and most recently from a buddy I was hauling in my 07 LTD who felt a need to mud up anything within a foot of the all weather floor mats including the doors, glove box, carpet and our friendship for that matter!

"It's just a $40K truck!" I said to a guy who paid $22K for a used Subaru Forester and wants to borrow my truck all the time for hauling. So I took a dump on his Subaru's hood saying; "hey, it's just a car"

ok, off topic, sue me...
 

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I hear this all the time: "C'mon, It's Just a Truck" and most recently from a buddy I was hauling in my 07 LTD who felt a need to mud up anything within a foot of the all weather floor maps including the doors, glove box, carpet and our friendship for that matter!

"It's just a $40K truck!" I said to a guy who paid $22K for a used Subaru Forester and wants to borrow my truck all the time for hauling. So I took a dump on his Subaru's hood saying; "hey, it's just a car"

ok, off topic, sue me...

:eek: :eek: LMAO This is plain funny. hahahahahaha
 

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I had to read that 2x. You said "take a dump." LOL, think about that for a second. You would be minus 1 friend if that literally happened ... while I clean the beer off my desk from spewing it on my desk. :ts: :tu:
Would you call someone who muddied up your 3 week old Tunny a friend? i think not
 

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Hey, when I pay $30,000 PLUS for a new truck, it is an expensive truck and I'd like to keep it looking that way as best as I can.
 

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I hear this all the time: "C'mon, It's Just a Truck" and most recently from a buddy I was hauling in my 07 LTD who felt a need to mud up anything within a foot of the all weather floor maps including the doors, glove box, carpet and our friendship for that matter!

"It's just a $40K truck!" I said to a guy who paid $22K for a used Subaru Forester and wants to borrow my truck all the time for hauling. So I took a dump on his Subaru's hood saying; "hey, it's just a car"

ok, off topic, sue me...
I'm trying to get the mental picture of you taking a dump on the hood of that Subaru. How did you get into a good position to take a dump? I would guess a wide-stance squat...but did you use one hand to hang on to the antenna and the other hand stuck out into the air for balance? Did you wear sneakers for gripping that clearcoat so you wouldn't slide off? And once you had your business done, I imagine it was somewhat of a delicate matter to get yourself down without disturbing your signature. :D
 

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[Beavis]Why do they call it taking a dump? I mean, you're not taking it anywhere. They should call it leaving a dump.[/Beavis] :D
 

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[Beavis]Why do they call it taking a dump? I mean, you're not taking it anywhere. They should call it leaving a dump.[/Beavis] :D
Not to worry...there are other phrases to choose from:


* Releasing a sewer snake
* Backing one out
* Baiting the trap
* Blasting a dookie
* Blow a load
* Bombing the porcelain sea
* Curling one off
* Cutting rope
* Pinching a loaf
* De-corking the borking
* Doing brown
* Download a brownload
* Dropping a load
* Dropping logs
* Dropping some friends off at the pool
* Going number two
* Growing a tail
* Having a Code Brown (at work)
* Launching torpedoes
* Laying a brick
* Laying cable
* Lengthening the spine
* Lift tail
* Logging out
* Throwing up backwards

Are we off topic yet? :D
 

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It's funny but I know exactly what you mean. I never worked to keep my other new cars clean (Acura TL, S430) but I try to keep my Tundra clean. I really liked my cars, especially after I got rims for them, but the Tundra is something special. I don't know about anybody else but I think it's a beautiful machine. It looks so menacing and purposeful, yet sculpted at the same time.
 

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Not to worry...there are other phrases to choose from:


* Releasing a sewer snake
* Backing one out
* Baiting the trap
* Blasting a dookie
* Blow a load
* Bombing the porcelain sea
* Curling one off
* Cutting rope
* Pinching a loaf
* De-corking the borking
* Doing brown
* Download a brownload
* Dropping a load
* Dropping logs
* Dropping some friends off at the pool
* Going number two
* Growing a tail
* Having a Code Brown (at work)
* Launching torpedoes
* Laying a brick
* Laying cable
* Lengthening the spine
* Lift tail
* Logging out
* Throwing up backwards

Are we off topic yet? :D
The judges would have also accepted:

*Throwing a deuce
*Dropping the marines off at guantanimo bay... rapid deployment
*Blowing out the bucket
*Lighting up the bowl
*Releasing the Hershey hostage
*Giving birth to a chocolate baby
*Dropping tha Chalupa

Yeah, I think we're officially off topic now. :D
 

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I like my trucks like I like my women....big and dirty. Uh, wait.... small and dirty? How about just dirty?:D
 

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The judges would have also accepted:

*Throwing a deuce
*Dropping the marines off at guantanimo bay... rapid deployment
*Blowing out the bucket
*Lighting up the bowl
*Releasing the Hershey hostage
*Giving birth to a chocolate baby
*Dropping tha Chalupa

Yeah, I think we're officially off topic now. :D
We should come up with our own line for this forum like... "I'll reply to that post as soon as I am done backing the brown tundra out of the garage."
 

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We should come up with our own line for this forum like... "I'll reply to that post as soon as I am done backing the brown tundra out of the garage."
Holy Crap, now that's funny!!!:eek: :D
 

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I like my trucks like I like my women....big and dirty. Uh, wait.... small and dirty? How about just dirty?:D
Smooth and Shaved?
 

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We should come up with our own line for this forum like... "I'll reply to that post as soon as I am done backing the brown tundra out of the garage."

Or 'I need to go test the payload capabilities of my brown Tundra'
 
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