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jeeptales 05-02-2005 12:42 PM

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.



khenderson 05-02-2005 02:55 PM

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. :D

oh, and welcome to the forum, Greg!!!

daddyjeep 05-04-2005 09:02 AM

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.

khenderson 05-04-2005 10:58 AM

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!!!

themajor 11-26-2005 01:04 AM

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. :D

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.

jeeptales 11-28-2005 04:04 PM

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


I'm not a quitter; I'll stay a Jeep-O-Holic

daddyjeep 11-29-2005 04:19 PM

Here...here...cheers...I'll have another too


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