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post #1 of 6 Old 04-01-2007, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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Sheila's wheels.

Just check it out - parental discretion is advised.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b90BRBx5mY0

I'm now going to nurse the bruises courtesy of Mrs alsaautomotive !!!!!!!!!!!

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post #2 of 6 Old 04-01-2007, 12:27 PM
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How true!

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I know it's not PC to agree, but it's true of my Mrs !!!!
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Same here. At the old house the wife hit frame of the garage door on 3 separate occasions, in the same spot. I'm like, "Honey, the door frame is still in the same spot it was the last time you hit it. I'm not moving it."

She also bought this antique wheelbarrow to make a planter out of. Put it on the lawn, filled it with soil, planted some flowers in it. Then like an hour later backed into it with her car. $400 damage to the car, the $10 wheelbarrow was fine.

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Same here. At the old house the wife hit frame of the garage door on 3 separate occasions, in the same spot. I'm like, "Honey, the door frame is still in the same spot it was the last time you hit it. I'm not moving it."

She also bought this antique wheelbarrow to make a planter out of. Put it on the lawn, filled it with soil, planted some flowers in it. Then like an hour later backed into it with her car. $400 damage to the car, the $10 wheelbarrow was fine.
I hope that you don't let her drive the F.

Mine's just the same, she scares me when I'm in the car with her. She doesn't seem to have a clue what is around her, she'll change lane without looking on a freeway and won't notice the 20 wheel lorry at the side of her swerve out of her way and into the oncoming traffic causing a multiple vehicle pile up. When it's on the TV news later, she'll say, we were on that road today, it's lucky we weren't involved !!!!!!!!
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Bump:thumbup:
As there may be some on here that have yet to appreciate this
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