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Feb 25, 2020 13:51:18   #
The CDB is Awesome Loc: Marshall, Madison County, North Carolina
 
your Parents failed you if you dont know who Daisy Duke is.

Your Parents failed you if you dont know how to drive a stick shift.

Your Parents failed You if ever ate a tide pod.

Your Parents failed You if can't clean a gun.

Your Parents failed You if can't set a steel Trap.

Your Parents failed You if you became a Rapper.

Your Parents failed You if you are a Southerner who thinks the Stars and Bars is offensive.

Your Parents failed You if you are a Southerner who doesn't know what the Stars and Bars is.

Your Parents failed You if you have never broke beans on the porch.

Your Parents failed You if you have never washed eggs from the Chicken coop.

Your Parents failed You if there wasn't a Bible somewhere in the house you grew up in.

And the ultimate sign that Your Parents failed You is if you are the reason that Bagged shad from the Sporting goods store has to say not for human consumption.

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Feb 25, 2020 16:10:51   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
Those are good CDB

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Feb 25, 2020 16:15:39   #
oldsalt Loc: Holland Pa
 
A lot (most?) parents failed #2. A while back I saw a video of an attempted car jacking where the culprit couldn’t pull off the heist because he couldn’t drive a stick

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Feb 25, 2020 16:35:20   #
Big dog Loc: Bayshore, Long Island, New York
 
oldsalt wrote:
A lot (most?) parents failed #2. A while back I saw a video of an attempted car jacking where the culprit couldn’t pull off the heist because he couldn’t drive a stick


Now That’s Pitiful 😱

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Feb 25, 2020 16:45:15   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
Big dog wrote:
Now That’s Pitiful 😱


Yep ended up getting the shaft

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Feb 25, 2020 16:52:42   #
plumbob Loc: New Windsor Maryland
 
" Your Parents failed you if you dont know how to drive a stick shift "

As a kid of 16 at the time with all the answers, my mom insisted I learn the 3 speed on the column of our Impala. Little does she know I just wanted to get in the station wagon with the automatic and get out of dodge.

Well it was learn or stay home. No brainer there, chasing girls was all that was on my mind.

Come my first vehicle buying time. Yep you got it. Automatic!!! But to this day I can drive a stick with the best of them. In 50+ years of driving the new cars have not all been Automatic.

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Feb 25, 2020 17:31:29   #
oldsalt Loc: Holland Pa
 
In my 50+ years of driving I've had 6 stick shifts - always enjoyed them. The last 30 years have been mostly automatics. My last purchase of a stick was the 2007 mustang shown below. It will be 13 years old in April with just 29,000 miles on it. I had surgery on my left knee a year ago which makes using the clutch painful. So with that I've decided to sell the car this spring. It's nearly in mint condition. Anybody interested in buying it? I'm asking $15,000. The first photo is from the dealership parking lot when I bought it. The lower photo is from last fall.







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Feb 25, 2020 17:53:09   #
The CDB is Awesome Loc: Marshall, Madison County, North Carolina
 
I'd love it, But I can't afford it. 17 MPG, My 83 makes better than that.

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Feb 25, 2020 18:55:14   #
plumbob Loc: New Windsor Maryland
 
I am a Ford guy so I love the car. However the color just doesn't do anything for me. Now if it were blue like Kats new set of wheels, we be talking.

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Feb 25, 2020 19:19:18   #
Gordon Loc: Charleston South Carolina
 
plumbob wrote:
I am a Ford guy so I love the car. However the color just doesn't do anything for me. Now if it were blue like Kats new set of wheels, we be talking.


I missed Kats new car. What was it?

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Feb 25, 2020 19:21:41   #
plumbob Loc: New Windsor Maryland
 
Gordon wrote:
I missed Kats new car. What was it?


I am thinking Mustang but a Camaro comes to mind as well. Senior moment here. Pm her I am sure she still has the pic. Which ever it was Blue and Beautiful.

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Feb 25, 2020 19:23:50   #
EasternOZ Loc: Kansas City Metro
 
Blue Camaro?

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Feb 26, 2020 00:15:11   #
Smokypig Loc: Cheyenne, wyoming
 
Your parents failed you if you can't: run a straight fence, set a broken bone, write a sonnet, handle a boat, shoot a quail, or catch a fish.

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Feb 26, 2020 06:27:44   #
The CDB is Awesome Loc: Marshall, Madison County, North Carolina
 
I can't set a broken bone, But I can tell someone to suck it up if the need arises. the rest of that stuff Yeah I can do that.

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Feb 26, 2020 07:59:05   #
flyguy Loc: Lake Onalaska, Sunfish Capitol of the World!
 
The CDB is Awsome wrote:
your Parents failed you if you dont know who Daisy Duke is.

Your Parents failed you if you dont know how to drive a stick shift.

Your Parents failed You if ever ate a tide pod.

Your Parents failed You if can't clean a gun.

Your Parents failed You if can't set a steel Trap.

Your Parents failed You if you became a Rapper.

Your Parents failed You if you are a Southerner who thinks the Stars and Bars is offensive.

Your Parents failed You if you are a Southerner who doesn't know what the Stars and Bars is.

Your Parents failed You if you have never broke beans on the porch.

Your Parents failed You if you have never washed eggs from the Chicken coop.

Your Parents failed You if there wasn't a Bible somewhere in the house you grew up in.

And the ultimate sign that Your Parents failed You is if you are the reason that Bagged shad from the Sporting goods store has to say not for human consumption.
your Parents failed you if you dont know who Daisy... (show quote)


Oh Shi!, I guess I'm a failure, I don't even know what some of those are. How do you run a straight fence? And I grew up on a farm.

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