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11-29-2005 04:19 PM
daddyjeep Here...here...cheers...I'll have another too
11-28-2005 04:04 PM
jeeptales
Wow!

It's been so long since I posted this I had forgotten all about it.


I'm not a quitter; I'll stay a Jeep-O-Holic
11-26-2005 01:04 AM
themajor
Quote:
Originally Posted by khenderson
from what i've heard, jeep-o-holism can be traced back to the father's genes. i am also under the impression that there is a 12 step program to help, and i'm pretty sure that one of the steps is taking the people that think you have a problem out on the trail so they understand.

oh, and welcome to the forum, Greg!!!
The 12 step program is
Step 1. Bigger Tires
Step 2. lift kit
Step 3. Bikni top
Step 4. offroad lights
Step 5 bumpers
Step 6. Locker
Etc,etc,etc.
05-04-2005 10:58 AM
khenderson
Quote:
Originally Posted by daddyjeep
My oldest son could spell Jeep before he could spell his name.
I think that's the greatest thing I've ever heard!!!
05-04-2005 09:02 AM
daddyjeep I'm pretty sure my kids have the sickness too. Both of my boys were saying DaddyJeep when I pulled in the driveway when they could hardly talk at all. After Mommy and Daddy i think Jeep was their first words. My oldest son could spell Jeep before he could spell his name.
05-02-2005 02:55 PM
khenderson from what i've heard, jeep-o-holism can be traced back to the father's genes. i am also under the impression that there is a 12 step program to help, and i'm pretty sure that one of the steps is taking the people that think you have a problem out on the trail so they understand.

oh, and welcome to the forum, Greg!!!
05-02-2005 12:42 PM
jeeptales
Hi I'm Greg...I'm a Jeep-o-holic

Okay I admit it...

For 20 years I have been a Jeep-o-holic.

I sell Jeeps on the Internet for a Jeep Dealership in Texas I’ve owned eleven Jeeps myself and looking forward to the next most likly; a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee HEMI for my wife.

I drive a 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and my wife has a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland. Our 13-year-old daughter can’t image driving anything but a Jeep once she has a driver’s license. In fact she tells me that I need to scratch the “Jeep Jamboree USA” sticker off my windshield and replace it with a sticker that says, “No This is not my Boyfriends Jeep” when she starts to drive it.

This leads me to my next question, is Jeep-o-holism hereditary?

She knows I can make up a new sticker since this is on the bumper of my Rubi now.



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