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Yesterday 01:18 AM
JE01 Installed tubed fender flares and a co-worker told me "nice mud flaps"! I laughed and said, they are called fender flares.
12-16-2014 08:36 PM
IndianaBones
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Originally Posted by mwmoon View Post

Ha! I think I've shared that on here before, or maybe over at JeepForum.
It's a good one, keep using it!
12-16-2014 07:48 PM
mwmoon
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Originally Posted by IndianaBones View Post
That was you!?! I've read that before!!!!
Ha! I think I've shared that on here before, or maybe over at JeepForum.
12-15-2014 05:17 PM
flowerfistandbestialwail
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Originally Posted by dukedallas View Post
I used to have a sticker on my Jeep that spelled out "Fat Chicks" and had one of those circle with a red line through it... I found it entertaining/funny but none of the plow pulling monsterous beasts that I worked with liked it and would always make comments about I should take that off....I never did ... I still think about it sometimes and laugh. sorry If I am insensative.
Still waiting for the silly thing someone's said about your jeep...
12-15-2014 01:08 PM
dukedallas I used to have a sticker on my Jeep that spelled out "Fat Chicks" and had one of those circle with a red line through it... I found it entertaining/funny but none of the plow pulling monsterous beasts that I worked with liked it and would always make comments about I should take that off....I never did ... I still think about it sometimes and laugh. sorry If I am insensative.
12-15-2014 09:03 AM
Dusthol Just got done raining so I went and played in the mud. I drove it to work covered in mud the next day. Co worker comes up and ask where did I find mud to play in. I told him it's a jeep it finds mud on its own.
12-15-2014 08:58 AM
IndianaBones
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Originally Posted by mwmoon View Post
When I was teaching high school English, one of my kids asked me if I drove that "jungle car with the trash bag windows."

"Yep."
That was you!?! I've read that before!!!!
12-14-2014 07:00 PM
mwmoon When I was teaching high school English, one of my kids asked me if I drove that "jungle car with the trash bag windows."

"Yep."
12-14-2014 06:12 PM
Rhett
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Originally Posted by 0tter View Post
You should buy her a gift certificate from the perfume counter of a local department store and present it to her publicly. See if she likes the passive aggressive gift giving.
That would be funny a anything...I no longer work there and at my new place everyone loves my Jeep.

Woman wanting to buy a Jeep asked me about locks on a jeep with a soft top. I showed her a you tube video about how easy it is to unzip the soft top. She is now buy a Jeep with a hard top.
12-14-2014 04:07 PM
0tter
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Originally Posted by Rhett View Post
I was given a gift certificate to a local car wash place from our Human Resources department. Seems the VP of human resources rubbed against my Jeep and got her dress dirty.

That's what she gets for getting fresh with my Jeep. Unfortunately I could not say things to her like, "So you like it dirty?".

I have been asked if my Jeep was 4 wheel drive or has an A/C in it.
You should buy her a gift certificate from the perfume counter of a local department store and present it to her publicly. See if she likes the passive aggressive gift giving.
12-14-2014 03:21 PM
Rhett
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Originally Posted by Duckquackers View Post
I was told yesterday at my meeting that I couldn't park due to "excessve mud"....
I was given a gift certificate to a local car wash place from our Human Resources department. Seems the VP of human resources rubbed against my Jeep and got her dress dirty.

That's what she gets for getting fresh with my Jeep. Unfortunately I could not say things to her like, "So you like it dirty?".

I have been asked if my Jeep was 4 wheel drive or has an A/C in it.
12-12-2014 10:52 PM
JoseRubicon Left work a little late, met my wife and kids at the Cub Scout den meeting. The boys work working a project on a table next to the big window. When I pull into the parking lot, there are no spots. No spots. So I back up into the snow bank next to that big window and the den leader tell the other parents "look at the crazy guy! Look where he's parking!" My wife responds " yeah, that's my husband"
12-09-2014 05:58 PM
Rusty Pancelode
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Originally Posted by Becca37 View Post
It was about their own Jeep, but it was very silly (to me anyhow) ...

"We've already put our Jeep up for the winter."

Just does not compute!

I suppose if it's a rock crawler or something? I didn't ask; I was too dumbfounded hearing the statement to follow up with the speaker of such words ...
That is silly!
I used to get my Jeep out for the winter...
Which was easy since it was still out from the spring, summer, and fall.
12-09-2014 12:15 PM
flowerfistandbestialwail
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Originally Posted by Splishy_splash View Post
That is exactly what happens without power locks. You are just so conditioned to lock it with the close of the door that it just happens sometimes. I had always had a soft top and my '92 and '94 I would never lock and just never left anything in it. The '94 came with an after market removable face tape player in it. Tape players got to the point where it was so out of date I got lazy and started locking the face in the center. Someone got in one night and since I had pulled my interior lights out they used matches to steal the face and radio. No damage to the soft top because it was unlocked but they did break the center lock and made a mess of the dash. Since then I lock my jeeps and have locked my keys in a few times. But with the soft top it is so easy to break in it has never been a problem. I pick up my new one on Thursday, a hard top with power locks. It will be much harder to lock them in now!
Exactly. I'm someone who virtually never fails to lock a door, so manual locks aren't something that I begrudge my jeep having (although only having one useful button on my remote starter kind of irks me). Even growing up I'd lock my own door on the family car that had power locks. It's second nature, but leaves you vulnerable to those doh moments. Like I said, I've closed my door FULLY KNOWING I was leaving my keys and phone in the jeep only to realize I'd automatically locked the door without even noticing
12-09-2014 12:10 PM
IndianaBones
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Originally Posted by flowerfistandbestialwail View Post

He's a JKU driver.
Ooooooh yeaaaaa. Those things!
12-09-2014 12:07 PM
flowerfistandbestialwail
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Originally Posted by IndianaBones View Post
Yea, what back door are you unlocking?
He's a JKU driver.
12-09-2014 10:56 AM
IndianaBones
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Originally Posted by macintux View Post

"Back door" <- does not compute
Yea, what back door are you unlocking?
12-09-2014 10:55 AM
macintux
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Originally Posted by MICHAEL450f View Post
I guess it might be different with other models but why is everyone climbing in through their soft top window? Lol I just unzip the side window, reach through and unlock the back door then the front.
"Back door" <- does not compute
12-09-2014 10:09 AM
MICHAEL450f I guess it might be different with other models but why is everyone climbing in through their soft top window? Lol I just unzip the side window, reach through and unlock the back door then the front.
12-09-2014 10:01 AM
Splishy_splash
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Originally Posted by Dusthol View Post
Well not everybody. I havent, but I have a remote to lock the power locks. I imagine the ones that do, don't have power locks and they flip the lever over before shutting door.
That is exactly what happens without power locks. You are just so conditioned to lock it with the close of the door that it just happens sometimes. I had always had a soft top and my '92 and '94 I would never lock and just never left anything in it. The '94 came with an after market removable face tape player in it. Tape players got to the point where it was so out of date I got lazy and started locking the face in the center. Someone got in one night and since I had pulled my interior lights out they used matches to steal the face and radio. No damage to the soft top because it was unlocked but they did break the center lock and made a mess of the dash. Since then I lock my jeeps and have locked my keys in a few times. But with the soft top it is so easy to break in it has never been a problem. I pick up my new one on Thursday, a hard top with power locks. It will be much harder to lock them in now!
12-09-2014 09:41 AM
Dusthol
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Originally Posted by BonesBrigade View Post
Just curious, how does everybody lock the keys inside the Jeep?
Well not everybody. I havent, but I have a remote to lock the power locks. I imagine the ones that do, don't have power locks and they flip the lever over before shutting door.
12-09-2014 09:34 AM
BonesBrigade Just curious, how does everybody lock the keys inside the Jeep?
12-09-2014 09:17 AM
Becca37 It was about their own Jeep, but it was very silly (to me anyhow) ...

"We've already put our Jeep up for the winter."

Just does not compute!

I suppose if it's a rock crawler or something? I didn't ask; I was too dumbfounded hearing the statement to follow up with the speaker of such words ...
12-07-2014 08:19 PM
Dusthol Before the 3rd cup. Takes 3 to start the thinking process.
12-07-2014 08:17 PM
FZY1
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Originally Posted by TJ Lyons View Post
A year and a half ago, I took my Jeep to meet my cousin to pick up my little nephew. Since he was born the first thing we do in the mornings is go to Mud Thumpin' on Facebook. You don't pick him up in "A stupid car". While waiting ,a little old man starts looking at my Jeep Closely, so I spoke. He said, "I haven't been in one of those things since the war, my wife wouldn't let me have one." "Climb in," was my reply. He did and started telling me about his last Jeep ride. I asked if he was in a hurry. He was like a kid in a candy shop when I went behind the strip mall and drove up the bank behind it. When I got back to his car, my little buddy was waiting and climbed up over the fender and tells the man he is a Duke boy. The man says, 'That settles it, my wife can just do flip flops in her grave, I am getting a Jeep." OK? So my cousin tells him she has a Jeep, too, and he needs to get one like hers and points at her Liberty. "that's not a real Jeep." Little Buddy and I drove by the Jeep dealership after getting a bite to eat. Standing beside of a dune Jeep was my new friend. Friday while I was at the feed store my little man pulled in and parked beside of me. He said he was on a date with a pretty young thing thanks to his Jeep. She was about 60 He went around and opened the door for her and held her hand as she got out. Cutest damn thing I have ever seen! I'll bet his wife is doing backflips!
That is respect.
12-07-2014 07:54 PM
0tter
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Originally Posted by Dusthol View Post
Oops. Too early for clear thinking. Guess I need a sign. Lol
So..."B.C." before coffee or "A.D." after drinking?
12-07-2014 09:11 AM
Becca37
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Originally Posted by TJ Lyons View Post
A year and a half ago, I took my Jeep to meet my cousin to pick up my little nephew. Since he was born the first thing we do in the mornings is go to Mud Thumpin' on Facebook. You don't pick him up in "A stupid car". While waiting ,a little old man starts looking at my Jeep Closely, so I spoke. He said, "I haven't been in one of those things since the war, my wife wouldn't let me have one." "Climb in," was my reply. He did and started telling me about his last Jeep ride. I asked if he was in a hurry. He was like a kid in a candy shop when I went behind the strip mall and drove up the bank behind it. When I got back to his car, my little buddy was waiting and climbed up over the fender and tells the man he is a Duke boy. The man says, 'That settles it, my wife can just do flip flops in her grave, I am getting a Jeep." OK? So my cousin tells him she has a Jeep, too, and he needs to get one like hers and points at her Liberty. "that's not a real Jeep." Little Buddy and I drove by the Jeep dealership after getting a bite to eat. Standing beside of a dune Jeep was my new friend. Friday while I was at the feed store my little man pulled in and parked beside of me. He said he was on a date with a pretty young thing thanks to his Jeep. She was about 60 He went around and opened the door for her and held her hand as she got out. Cutest damn thing I have ever seen!
I'll bet his wife is doing backflips!
So cool!
12-07-2014 08:36 AM
Dusthol
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Originally Posted by IndianaBones View Post

Bill engvall did "here's your sign". Foxworthy did "you might be a redneck..."
Oops. Too early for clear thinking. Guess I need a sign. Lol
12-07-2014 08:33 AM
jeepjeffw I just unzipped the drivers window and reached in. Actually cracked a window doing this by not unzipping it enough. When I had my sliders on I would never close them completely shut unless I was going to be gone for a long time (days). They looked closed but could slide open if needed. It's a Jeep.
12-07-2014 08:31 AM
IndianaBones
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Originally Posted by TJ Lyons View Post
A year and a half ago, I took my Jeep to meet my cousin to pick up my little nephew. Since he was born the first thing we do in the mornings is go to Mud Thumpin' on Facebook. You don't pick him up in "A stupid car". While waiting ,a little old man starts looking at my Jeep Closely, so I spoke. He said, "I haven't been in one of those things since the war, my wife wouldn't let me have one." "Climb in," was my reply. He did and started telling me about his last Jeep ride. I asked if he was in a hurry. He was like a kid in a candy shop when I went behind the strip mall and drove up the bank behind it. When I got back to his car, my little buddy was waiting and climbed up over the fender and tells the man he is a Duke boy. The man says, 'That settles it, my wife can just do flip flops in her grave, I am getting a Jeep." OK? So my cousin tells him she has a Jeep, too, and he needs to get one like hers and points at her Liberty. "that's not a real Jeep." Little Buddy and I drove by the Jeep dealership after getting a bite to eat. Standing beside of a dune Jeep was my new friend. Friday while I was at the feed store my little man pulled in and parked beside of me. He said he was on a date with a pretty young thing thanks to his Jeep. She was about 60 He went around and opened the door for her and held her hand as she got out. Cutest damn thing I have ever seen!
I'll bet his wife is doing backflips!
That may just be the best jeep story I have heard...
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