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Discussion in 'Racing and Track Battles' started by CLUTCHONE, May 27, 2009.

  1. CLUTCHONE
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    CLUTCHONE Active Member

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    :spitdrink:

    But on a serious note, we don't sucker punch babies...we club baby seals!
     
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    lmfao ..... haha
     
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    That was funny. :roflmao:
     
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    lol that was funny.

    but also the difference between a ricer and a real honda enthusiast too.
     
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    ... not to add to the stereotype... but please... please... stop revving at every 240sx on the street as well

    please? [on a side note, i'm well aware of the difference between honda enthusiast and ricers, i'm just talking to any of the latter that might be on this board :D]
     
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