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09-29-2014 07:58 PM
AutobotWrangler when it starts raining and your co workers go out to roll up their windows but your boss won't let you go because he knows you have a wrangler that is topless and doorless...
09-27-2014 12:01 PM
mpb1335 When your wife comes home and tells you about the mall crawler she saw with a winch, lift and tires that had never seen a trail. Or when you drive to the grocery store and she tells you the pin striping on our Jeep looks better than the lack thereof on that brand new Rubicon
09-26-2014 11:52 AM
FlCrkr you wave at a passing Jeep then you realize you are driving works Ford Focus.
09-26-2014 11:40 AM
KittyPrawn
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Originally Posted by toddster8 View Post
I saw that pic this morning and a) couldn't figure out why it was ll over the news? and b) couldn't figure out which of those douchebags parked first.
I'm not sure why it was news either. That's Jersey for you though.

The Vette parked first. The jeep parked second and then sat by the window to record the Vette owner's reaction.

They keep calling it a brand new 2014 corvette, though. And that's not accurate.
09-26-2014 08:37 AM
Eggflipper
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Originally Posted by toddster8 View Post
I saw that pic this morning and a) couldn't figure out why it was ll over the news? and b) couldn't figure out which of those douchebags parked first.
Very true. Parking my jeep like that would not be out of the question.
09-26-2014 12:53 AM
toddster8 I saw that pic this morning and

a) couldn't figure out why it was ll over the news? and
b) couldn't figure out which of those douchebags parked first.
09-25-2014 11:51 PM
krisbman fail
09-25-2014 08:19 PM
laredo A kid at my school showed up with his stock car trailer so we boxed it in. Took about 20 cars and the principle had to make an anouncement to move them.
09-25-2014 05:35 PM
JKPaul
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Originally Posted by etkal View Post
The Wrangler would have been parked straighter and much closer to his left corner!

In college a kid with a new BMW parked like that in the dorm lot and a bunch of us just picked it up and straightened it out... :-)
Some douche did that at my school and we went out with the whole class and moved it between 2 large wooded power poles, very tight fit. It took him just under an hour to get it out going back and forth a 1/2 inch at a time. Good times indeed!
09-25-2014 05:23 PM
etkal
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Originally Posted by Eggflipper View Post
^^ I saw that and thought damn, wish that was a wrangler!
The Wrangler would have been parked straighter and much closer to his left corner!

In college a kid with a new BMW parked like that in the dorm lot and a bunch of us just picked it up and straightened it out... :-)
09-25-2014 03:28 PM
Eggflipper ^^ I saw that and thought damn, wish that was a wrangler!
09-25-2014 02:26 PM
Rude Dog
09-19-2014 04:19 PM
ring31 ...when you see an empty car hauler traveling down the expressway with the ramps a foot off the ground and think, "Yeah, I could get up there right now."
09-15-2014 10:02 AM
Tanks ^^^
I just took my doors off for the end of summer and had an entire paper towel roll suddenly spool out the back like an enormous streamer on a canyon road. Thankfully no one was around me... It had all blown off down the wash by the time that I stopped to go get it.
09-15-2014 06:16 AM
JKPaul
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Originally Posted by CactusPants View Post
I did that with a whole gallon of milk and a watermelon once. Heard a thunk and a skid of plastic. "Damn..go pick up the damage." Lol
I was an I.T. Field Technician which involved a lot of travel. When on call, 24/7, I would stock up my Jeep so when a call came in I could just go and not have to make a side trip to the shop to pick up parts etc. On one beautiful summer day with the top down as I was headed for a call into a mountainous resort area, 150 miles out of town, I happened to look into my rear view mirror and catch just a glimpse of a receipt printer and bar code scanner seemingly levitating weightless in the back and just as I started to downshift and hit the brakes out they went. I caught sight of them in my side mirror as they hit the road and literally exploded into many small pieces. I did have spares with me but had a hard time keeping a straight face as I explained the inventory shortage to my boss. The look on his face.....priceless!
I picked up a cargo net the next day.
09-15-2014 05:03 AM
CactusPants You have to buckle the passenger side seat belt cause your dog sets off the alarm when he's going bumming with you
09-15-2014 05:01 AM
CactusPants
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Originally Posted by JCom View Post
That happened to me a few weeks ago. The jeep was naked and I had a hot pizza on the passenger seat. Took a turn a little too fast and out went the pizza.

It worked out in the end. The pizza place said they thought they heard every excuse possible until mine. After a good laugh, they replaced it free of charge.

Lesson learned; the passenger floor, always use the passenger floor.
I did that with a whole gallon of milk and a watermelon once. Heard a thunk and a skid of plastic. "Damn..go pick up the damage." Lol
09-14-2014 12:53 AM
toddster8 Well, it was a little bit blustery that night. Topped out on the ridge and the full force of the wind caught me broadside. There's a spot about a hundred yards past that where we have a perpetual motion waterfall in the spring... the wind blows the waterfall back up the cliff and across the road. Where it goes back into a culvert and out above the cliff. Again. Good free car wash!
09-13-2014 09:07 PM
JCom
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Originally Posted by toddster8 View Post
When you're rushing home with groceries and the wind blows your hot pizza right out of the passenger seat and it flies off into the canyon like a spicy frisbee ...sry, already posted somewhere. Some coyotes got a nice surprise that night.
That happened to me a few weeks ago. The jeep was naked and I had a hot pizza on the passenger seat. Took a turn a little too fast and out went the pizza.

It worked out in the end. The pizza place said they thought they heard every excuse possible until mine. After a good laugh, they replaced it free of charge.

Lesson learned; the passenger floor, always use the passenger floor.
09-13-2014 02:04 PM
unboundmo
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Originally Posted by 99Wrangler4x4 View Post
when you park like this
I do that too!!
09-13-2014 02:03 PM
unboundmo You know you drive a jeep when you think washing your car/truck involves a pressure washer with no soap
09-13-2014 11:49 AM
toddster8 When you're rushing home with groceries and the wind blows your hot pizza right out of the passenger seat and it flies off into the canyon like a spicy frisbee

...sry, already posted somewhere. Some coyotes got a nice surprise that night.
09-13-2014 09:20 AM
jeepfreak222
When it doesn't rain and you wish it would!
09-10-2014 05:00 PM
Beastmaster
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Originally Posted by brandon-99tj View Post
Odd, I was under the impression it was the exact opposite. When my top comes off, it usually rains lol
Been there . . .

Done that . . .


09-10-2014 04:09 PM
brandon-99tj
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Originally Posted by Beastmaster View Post
I think it's been said several times in the last 5,918 posts but it happened to me this morning.

You know you drive a Jeep when . . . after several days of stormy weather, someone comes up to you and says "I see you have your top and doors off, so that must mean we can expect a few days of clear skies. I guess I don't have to check the weather channel"
Odd, I was under the impression it was the exact opposite. When my top comes off, it usually rains lol
09-10-2014 03:21 PM
Beastmaster I think it's been said several times in the last 5,918 posts but it happened to me this morning.

You know you drive a Jeep when . . . after several days of stormy weather, someone comes up to you and says "I see you have your top and doors off, so that must mean we can expect a few days of clear skies. I guess I don't have to check the weather channel"
09-01-2014 10:20 AM
Ekavi I say "chirp" cuz I have nothing electric on my 2002.
08-28-2014 04:01 AM
6t5ive when ya check the forums one last time before shuttin down fer the night... and an hour later yer still on it. aight, seriously, I'm gone now..
08-27-2014 10:56 PM
nobndry When your laptop looks like this... I have more I am just trying to have a little self control lol
08-21-2014 06:42 PM
Toasty
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Originally Posted by ArmyofMike View Post
...when all your dress slacks have dirt on the left calf area from exiting your jeep at work/meetings after a weekend of off roading!!

Happens ever week!!
Lmao I always wondered why I had that same streak on my left leg
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