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Old 04-21-2018, 08:25 PM
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Man, she's getting temperamental

I painted her gas cans red and got them mounted. She asked if they made her butt look big. I mentioned that it did look a bit wide. Now she won't start.

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Old 04-21-2018, 08:57 PM   #2
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1) Are the cans wider than the tires?
2) Although you did a previous thread on your tire cover, it looks better in this photo. Maybe it's the angle, but I think I missed the eyebrows the first time.
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The problem is that you refer to your Jeep as a 'she'.
If it was a 'he' you wouldn't have any problems with it.

I don't care if my butt looks big, but I'm a guy. Big butt = all the better to fart with.

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My YJ and I have conversations from time to time.
They usually start with something like “WHY WON’T YOU...”



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Yours is a "Her!" Mine's a "He," and if He gives me problems, I kick him in the A-s, a couple a times and he settles right down! lol
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Yours is a "Her!" Mine's a "He," and if He gives me problems, I kick him in the A-s, a couple a times and he settles right down! lol
Yeah, don't try that with a 'she'. I tried that with my wife.
All I remember is looking up off the floor with her holding the big iron frying pan. The side of my head was flat for a week.

That was in the first year we were married. Our 25th anniversary is coming up this summer.

When we got married, we agreed....I'd make all the big decisions and she'd make all the small decisions.
Well, so far, I've been lucky. I haven't had to make any big decisions yet.

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1) Are the cans wider than the tires?
About an inch on each side. Wonder how I'll know if that's too much...
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I'm no off-road expert but that's probably not wider than your mirrors so I don't think it will be a problem. As someone, who obviously has pride in his ride, you probably don't ponder for a moment if your Jeep will fit and then say EFF it and crush the skinny pedal, all the while yelling Yee Haw!
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Or, "Hey, hold my beer and watch this!!!"
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Or, "Hey, hold my beer and watch this!!!"
Yep, alcohol!

No one ever said "Hey, Hold my salad and watch this".

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