Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by PencilWntGtU2TheMoon, Jul 18, 2008.
lol, to each there own, mine broke up with me on Friday
LOL, I am sorry if she isn't appealing to you. I mean, it just be difficult for you to rationalize a woman weighing under 300lbs.
Lol at least I don't look like a troll in the face. Tell her that's what she can be for cosplay.
oh ok.. wtf.. trolling the picture thread? ok kthxbye CB!
well, stop it too Will, this is degenerating... don't you agree? Unless you'd like to take a hike too?
OK, I'm done.
I just pulled out the stops after she brought my family into the topic.
But, life will go on. Thanks for the help, man.
i dont give a fuck. they'll never find me here.
this is my girl for now. Those curves and DAT ASS UMPH UMPH
fuck, when'd you get that? Its my next purchase, as soon as we get our shit back in order (buying a fixer upper house sucks ass)
bought it thursday. I've been meaning to make a thread, but I've been lazy, and it's been dirty. Washed, clayed, and waxed her today though.
btw, I've been planning on rolling up to austin soon. You still in the area?
Nice ride Jackalope!
Fuck, nice ride Jacko. I miss my Mercedes
Saving up for a new car now!
fuck my unemployment life
Dayumn I'm gonna have to take a trip and visit torc dem are some tittahs to suffocate a man.
whoa! dude, so after you claybar'ed how much crud was on the clay?
they say alot of contaminants are embedded into the paint during and after production.. im curious as to how dirty the clay was after you rubbed it down.
I love internets humor
Torx, you the man.
Jackalope, you the man as well.
What does claying mean?
claying a car is pretty much how it sounds. You take a sticky clay, wet it down, wet down the car, and rub the clay all over the paint. It removes embedded contaminants in the paint. Torx, there really wasn't a whole whole lot. Some areas I had some black streaks on the clay, and others I had some weird white stuff embedded, but nothing I couldn't fold away. I did notice a difference in how slick the paint felt, though.