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Old 11-25-2012, 11:32 PM   #21
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I've almost knocked people out while in the truck and letting one out (I don't hold back when in MY vehicle). Good thing the windows work (need to figure out how to lock the passenger side window )...
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Old 11-26-2012, 01:23 AM   #22
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Old 11-26-2012, 01:56 AM   #23
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I've actually done this quite a few times. I've tried holding them in, but that creates vapor lock. Vapor lock never ends well!
Oh man, you ain't kidding. Had Long John Silvers for lunch one day, before a date that night. Went waaaaaay too heavy on the malt vinegar sauce. Knew I was packing some pretty vile emissions, so I held it in...the entire date (movies at her house..and I couldn't sneak off to let one rip, because I knew it was going to be loud and vile). Was cramping up something FIERCE by the time I headed home. Kissed goodnight, got in the truck, shut the door...and let loose. I was a freaking mile and a half down the road before I finally ran out of pressure.... and was almost 10 miles down the road before the air was 'normal' again (it was about fifteen below, so driving with the windows open wasn't an option)

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Old 11-26-2012, 02:01 AM   #24
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Oh man, you ain't kidding. Had Long John Silvers for lunch one day, before a date that night. Went waaaaaay too heavy on the malt vinegar sauce. Knew I was packing some pretty vile emissions, so I held it in...the entire date (movies at her house..and I couldn't sneak off to let one rip, because I knew it was going to be loud and vile). Was cramping up something FIERCE by the time I headed home. Kissed goodnight, got in the truck, shut the door...and let loose. I was a freaking mile and a half down the road before I finally ran out of pressure.... and was almost 10 miles down the road before the air was 'normal' again (it was about fifteen below, so driving with the windows open wasn't an option)
LMAO!!!

Doesn't your truck have a sliding rear window in it? I find that cracking that open does a good amount to bring in fresh air without turning the truck into a rolling freezer. Crank up the heat to offset and you're good.

Did you dissolve the window seals with that one??
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Old 11-26-2012, 03:19 AM   #25
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LMAO!!!

Doesn't your truck have a sliding rear window in it? I find that cracking that open does a good amount to bring in fresh air without turning the truck into a rolling freezer. Crank up the heat to offset and you're good.

Did you dissolve the window seals with that one??
Dude....


Where the heck were you 10 years ago? That truck DID have a sliding rear window! Man, that would have REALLY helped out.... I'm going to blame the combination of the kiss goodnight and then the toxic cloud for my brain missing that one.

It was about 6 months later that the bolt attaching the seat back to the recliner mechanism broke...never thought about their being a possible connection...

 
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Old 11-26-2012, 03:52 AM   #26
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Where the heck were you 10 years ago? That truck DID have a sliding rear window! Man, that would have REALLY helped out.... I'm going to blame the combination of the kiss goodnight and then the toxic cloud for my brain missing that one.

It was about 6 months later that the bolt attaching the seat back to the recliner mechanism broke...never thought about their being a possible connection...
My 2002 Ranger has one.

The same bolt head snapped off of one side on my seat too. Went a while like that (it would hold in position, I just couldn't adjust it with the spring action). Then the second one broke. Not a minor thing getting that fixed. Luckily, I shouldn't have that issue again, for as long as I own the truck.
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Old 11-26-2012, 03:38 PM   #27
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The urge to fart when racking beer is caused by the same reaction when dating: The anticipation of something good gets you excited, causing chemical reactions in the gut.

Went caving with some guy friends. One of them cut loose so bad in the middle of the night it woke it us up. In the morning we had to check the mattress to see if there was a hole in it!

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Old 11-26-2012, 03:48 PM   #28
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I'm, unfortunately, going to have to be the guy who takes this one step farther. Ever notice you never have to fart (or pee) until you commence with sexy time?
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Old 11-26-2012, 03:50 PM   #29
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I'm, unfortunately, going to have to be the guy who takes this one step farther. Ever notice you never have to fart (or pee) until you commence with sexy time?
That's why you're supposed to go BEFORE 'game time'... Even if you don't think you need to, do it and you'll be happier... Or you won't get banned for farting and peeling the paint off the walls, ceiling, curling up the rug(s), etc...
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Old 11-26-2012, 04:24 PM   #30
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Oh lord,I've been sittin here reading with tears in my eyes. Y'all are some funny mothers! My favorite one is at the grocery store on shopping day after chili & beer at lunchtime. If I see the isle is crowded & momma needs to see/get something (she's a wee bit of a thing),I go down the isle before hand & lay down a smoke screen that'd gag a maggot. Maybe I should hang a sign on my backside like at work; "no smoking,matches,or open lights". Man,y'all ought to see those isle hoggin hoes scatter! You know the ones-they park the cart on one side to look at something on the other side. I get within firing range,& ease out the most foul abomanation from the depths of intestinal fortitude. I laugh to myself when kids cry or screem "eeew,yuk!" & run away,mothers following a clse second mumbling something...
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