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07-26-2013 09:10 AM
tom h
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Originally Posted by Fyreaire View Post
I like your thinking on this thread TomH... I can only imagine how many other Jeep terms can be "gutterized!"
We CANNOT let this thread die. C'mon, fellows, what other gutter puns can we make with jeep terms? Thinking here of:

track bar
sway bar
differential
4 wheel drive
drive shaft (obvious)
roll bar
5" lift
spare tire
07-24-2013 08:49 AM
Chicago My wife took a test drive in a JKU, had to have one.
07-24-2013 08:44 AM
Fyreaire
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Originally Posted by damndirtydog View Post
Lol, U are truely the vagina whisperer. My wife isn't trained quite that well....YET.
07-23-2013 06:41 PM
damndirtydog
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Originally Posted by DaK View Post
Mine has been known to look at a catalog or someone else's jeep and go, "we need that". Oh baby....
Lol, U are truely the vagina whisperer. My wife isn't trained quite that well....YET.
07-23-2013 02:52 PM
Fyreaire
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Originally Posted by tom h View Post
There are other threads on this forum where the fellows muse about "getting lucky" in their rigs.

Yeah, I know that most of them are probably lies.
I like your thinking on this thread TomH... I can only imagine how many other Jeep terms can be "gutterized!"
07-23-2013 02:50 PM
Fyreaire
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Originally Posted by tom h View Post
When I was young the word "hook" and "hooking up" were not used for ... ummm ... doing the obvious. I just thought it was funny that Fryeaire used those words, which made me think of fishing.

And with two daughters (one age 20, one 13) the term does make me grimace at times.

But, admittedly, I did not lead an exemplary life (ahem) until I got married so I suppose I should just get with the times.
I have two step-daughters, 22 and 19, and I feel your pain!
07-23-2013 02:35 PM
tom h
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Originally Posted by ahsumtoy View Post
Boy was I lucky.
There are other threads on this forum where the fellows muse about "getting lucky" in their rigs.

Yeah, I know that most of them are probably lies.
07-23-2013 02:32 PM
tom h
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Originally Posted by LoveJiuJitsu View Post
Obviously Tom H and Sand Scorpion are on COMPLETELY opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to fish hooking.

But both are correct in their interpretations. Brilliant.
Had Fryeaire named the thread "Snagged the wife" how would we gents have interpreted it?

And, I meant "snagged" not "shagged."
07-23-2013 02:31 PM
tom h
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Originally Posted by LoveJiuJitsu View Post
Obviously Tom H and Sand Scorpion are on COMPLETELY opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to fish hooking.

But both are correct in their interpretations. Brilliant.
When I was young the word "hook" and "hooking up" were not used for ... ummm ... doing the obvious. I just thought it was funny that Fryeaire used those words, which made me think of fishing.

And with two daughters (one age 20, one 13) the term does make me grimace at times.

But, admittedly, I did not lead an exemplary life (ahem) until I got married so I suppose I should just get with the times.
07-23-2013 12:20 PM
DaK
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Originally Posted by damndirtydog View Post
Get her out on the trail and over some easy obstacles, tell her how good she did and I guarantee she'll really be hooked. Since then I hardly get any crap when new parts show up at the house.
Mine has been known to look at a catalog or someone else's jeep and go, "we need that". Oh baby....
07-23-2013 11:47 AM
damndirtydog Get her out on the trail and over some easy obstacles, tell her how good she did and I guarantee she'll really be hooked. Since then I hardly get any crap when new parts show up at the house.
07-23-2013 11:09 AM
Fyreaire DaK - so very true about some people aspiring for the gutter! And I agree, the Jeep makes me feel like a kid! It's just so much fun to drive around and there is so much that you can do to it that I feel my bank account will dwindle to nothing...

AhSumToy - lucky man! Most of my mods so far are small, but I hope to invest in a 2.5 - 3" lift with some beefier 35"s. Eventually...
07-23-2013 10:22 AM
ahsumtoy
Hawaii

We were in Hawaii on vacation, and luckily, they didn't have the vehicle we wanted. They upgraded us to a JKU. We had so much fun in that vehicle. A week after going home, my wife woke me up to say, "We're going to a Jeep Dealership this morning to buy a Jeep". We did and on the way home, she said we had to lift it, put bigger tires on it, and replace the sterio system. We did. Boy was I lucky.
07-23-2013 10:18 AM
DaK Gutter? Some of aspire to reach that high level of honor and respect, as some of us are deep down in the sewer...

We attended the LA auto-show one yr and saw this mod'ed tricked out red two door. Neither of us would shut up about it on the 2 hr drive home. After being stalked by jeeps for almost a yr we went out and found our little red JKR. Almost 3 yrs later we are built into the beast we witnessed at the show.

Everytime we go into the garage, we just smile. Many happy journeys and experience lay ahead of you both. Somehow this vehicle just brings out the kid in you.
07-23-2013 09:37 AM
Fyreaire And I usually read what I write before I post it!

Glad to see that there are so many minds out in the gutter!
07-23-2013 02:38 AM
StarBrite
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Originally Posted by WhiskeyMike View Post
Welcome to the club!
Hi honey!

07-22-2013 11:59 PM
WhiskeyMike
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Originally Posted by Fyreaire View Post
So I have owned my JKUS for a little over two weeks now and, surprisingly, the wife has fallen in love as well! She is now talking about getting a new JK for herself!
Welcome to the club!
07-22-2013 08:41 PM
jeepers29 It took my wife one trip to Ouray, Co to get her hooked.
07-22-2013 04:14 PM
Sucker Punch
07-22-2013 04:07 PM
ameration My wife was the one that wanted the Jeep. Now I'm the one that is having fun modding her Jeep and then asking her - well you like better now it, right?
07-22-2013 04:02 PM
LoveJiuJitsu Obviously Tom H and Sand Scorpion are on COMPLETELY opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to fish hooking.

But both are correct in their interpretations. Brilliant.
07-22-2013 04:00 PM
MSpiegel00
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Originally Posted by Sand Scorpion View Post
you might want to reword the title of this thread I have such a dirty mind....
I was hoping for the same thing.
07-22-2013 03:31 PM
Sand Scorpion you might want to reword the title of this thread I have such a dirty mind....
07-22-2013 02:26 PM
nwbronco That's funny. Because my wife got me hooked.

Bob K.
07-22-2013 02:05 PM
tom h "Hooked the wife"

What rod and reel did you use?

What kind of bait?

Why was she so far out at sea?
07-22-2013 12:29 PM
Fyreaire
Hooked the Wife

So I have owned my JKUS for a little over two weeks now and, surprisingly, the wife has fallen in love as well! She is now talking about getting a new JK for herself!

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