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Old 04-27-2012, 03:54 PM   #1
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I love it when hondas rev theyre motors at me, and it sounds like a weed eater. Then I rev my motor, and the car shakes. Silly hondas, go make mowers
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Or children's dirt bikes. I got up to a civic today in my v6er and he revved at me (weed whacker) then I revved back (single American thunder muffler) and he didt rev again...silly ricers. Rice belongs in a bowl not the street!
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Amen bro. People r freakin ridiculous
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I have concluded that these Import drivers honestly believe that their cars sound good, or in some cases, sound great! However, when confronted with a Mustang V6 with an aftermarket exhaust system or a Mustang GT with even a stock exhaust system they are forced to face the truth and accept how poorly their little 4 bangers really sound.

This brutal epiphany quite often results in the aforementioned "Civic Sulk" which is typically characterized by the driver staring straight ahead while trying to sink as far into his seat as possible in a vain attempt disappear...

Additionally, during this phenomenon sometimes referred to as the "Ricer Revelation" you will generally find teenage passengers laughing hysterically at the driver...

At least that is how it seems to me...
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Lmao so true
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I have concluded that these Import drivers honestly believe that their cars sound good, or in some cases, sound great! However, when confronted with a Mustang V6 with an aftermarket exhaust system or a Mustang GT with even a stock exhaust system they are forced to face the truth and accept how poorly their little 4 bangers really sound.

This brutal epiphany quite often results in the aforementioned "Civic Sulk" which is typically characterized by the driver staring straight ahead while trying to sink as far into his seat as possible in a vain attempt disappear...

Additionally, during this phenomenon sometimes referred to as the "Ricer Revelation" you will generally find teenage passengers laughing hysterically at the driver...

At least that is how it seems to me...
Doctor!!!! Is there any cure for these poor souls?!?!?!?!?!?!
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Doctor!!!! Is there any cure for these poor souls?!?!?!?!?!?!
Many have been successfully cured of this malady. The common procedure is the immediate purchase of a used Mustang followed by several thousands of dollars worth of "modification therapy".
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Many have been successfully cured of this malady. The common procedure is the immediate purchase of a used Mustang followed by several thousands of dollars worth of "modification therapy".
Doctor what are the known side effects of this therapy?
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Doctor what are the known side effects of this therapy?
Women, respect, comradery, and snappy dressing.
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I love it when...
I find the time to clean out, wash, shine, and generally take care of a car that desperately needs it. (my mom's Taurus, for example)
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Doctor what are the known side effects of this therapy?
We don't call them "side effects" because all but one of the effects are positive. The first noticeable sign of recovery is a surge of self esteem, followed by an ever-growing circle of respectable friends. The patient almost always displays a positive work ethic since gainful employment is necessary to continue the "modification therapy". Frequently we have observed (under controlled laboratory conditions) the tendency of the recovering patient to display a strong desire to separate themselves from others, so as not to affected by the "herd mentality" that is so common amongst the average youth.

While isolationism is generally considered to be a negative warning sign of a potentially undiagnosed mental illness, in this case we encourage it. It seems that the need to be independent in their "modification therapy" accelerates healing at an exponential rate.

The only negative effect that has been observed thus far is the obvious ongoing depletion of financial resources.
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I just don't understand how people can like whiny engines over beastly deep mustang engines...oh well let the ricers eat rice
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i love the clean fresh hondas with a stock look and a nice drop. cant stand those fart cannons and when the owners think that just cuz they sound annoying loud it will make em go any faster.
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Ricertosis is the term your describing dr John. Most ricertosis victims tend to sport loud mufflers paper thin tires and lawn mower like acceleration. They also seem to be growing numbers being put to rest by many mustang owners worldwide.
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Ricertosis is the term your describing dr John. Most ricertosis victims tend to sport loud mufflers paper thin tires and lawn mower like acceleration. They also seem to be growing numbers being put to rest by many mustang owners worldwide.
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Ricertosis is the term your describing dr John. Most ricertosis victims tend to sport loud mufflers paper thin tires and lawn mower like acceleration. They also seem to be growing numbers being put to rest by many mustang owners worldwide.
LOL awesome
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LOL awesome
Hehe I thought so too
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We don't call them "side effects" because all but one of the effects are positive. The first noticeable sign of recovery is a surge of self esteem, followed by an ever-growing circle of respectable friends. The patient almost always displays a positive work ethic since gainful employment is necessary to continue the "modification therapy". Frequently we have observed (under controlled laboratory conditions) the tendency of the recovering patient to display a strong desire to separate themselves from others, so as not to affected by the "herd mentality" that is so common amongst the average youth.

While isolationism is generally considered to be a negative warning sign of a potentially undiagnosed mental illness, in this case we encourage it. It seems that the need to be independent in their "modification therapy" accelerates healing at an exponential rate.

The only negative effect that has been observed thus far is the obvious ongoing depletion of financial resources.
You sir, are either a social work, or psychology major! (Takes one to know one lol)
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You sir, are either a social work, or psychology major! (Takes one to know one lol)
Not quite... I have less than one year of college, and every career I have ever had involved hammers, wrenches, welders, or steering wheels. I was however raised by a pair of school teachers that both had their MA in English.

I am rather well read and have an exceptional working vocabulary. I am frequently accused of "Tryin to sound smart by using them there big words" but in reality, I am simply speaking in the same manner in which I was raised. My parents didn't talk down to their kids... they spoke to us like little adults, therefore, my brothers and I grew up sounding smarter than we really were...
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Not quite... I have less than one year of college, and every career I have ever had involved hammers, wrenches, welders, or steering wheels. I was however raised by a pair of school teachers that both had their MA in English.

I am rather well read and have an exceptional working vocabulary. I am frequently accused of "Tryin to sound smart by using them there big words" but in reality, I am simply speaking in the same manner in which I was raised. My parents didn't talk down to their kids... they spoke to us like little adults, therefore, my brothers and I grew up sounding smarter than we really were...
That's great man! Lol i am somewhat the same way.
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I love it when...blackedout makes the 4000378th thread about something he is gonna do to his car, and ... doesn't do it again!
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I love it when...blackedout makes the 4000378th thread about something he is gonna do to his car, and ... doesn't do it again!
That's funny. Something I wanna do yes sometimes, but often destroyed bc of financial situations.

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And what I love is when people often get jealous of what I have.
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Not quite... I have less than one year of college, and every career I have ever had involved hammers, wrenches, welders, or steering wheels. I was however raised by a pair of school teachers that both had their MA in English.

I am rather well read and have an exceptional working vocabulary. I am frequently accused of "Tryin to sound smart by using them there big words" but in reality, I am simply speaking in the same manner in which I was raised. My parents didn't talk down to their kids... they spoke to us like little adults, therefore, my brothers and I grew up sounding smarter than we really were...
I was raised by a solar physicist and hate everything about math and physics! Lol
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That's funny. Something I wanna do yes sometimes, but often destroyed bc of financial situations.
I hear ya bro, my wife just talked me into redoing our kitchen, which took away lots of potential for my fun with the car!
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I'm just makin my wife get a job! Boo Yaah!
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the 2.3L mustangs sound pretty good when cammed? or atleast good enough so it doesn't sound like a weed whacker... My twin cylinder briggs sounds better than those hondas.
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I love it when... I get to put a gt bumper on my car for my new dials coming on Tuesday
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Drove passed the ricer car show today, bunch of them leaving with their weed wacker exhaust. I only down shifted and let those ponies build up on the rear wheels just a little needless to say, they stayed away from me



even though i have the gt... doesn't hurt to browse a little
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I love it when... I get to put a gt bumper on my car for my new dials coming on Tuesday
I know what you mean. I got new floor mats when I got my new dials too
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I love it how I came up with blackedout and now there's beginning to have other "blackedouts" time for something new
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I love it how I came up with blackedout and now there's beginning to have other "blackedouts" time for something new
Yep... Impersonation is the highest form of flattery though blacked
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Yep... Impersonation is the highest form of flattery though blacked
Damn, so everyone named josh after june 17th of 1992 mustve been trying to imitate me. I am kinda flattered :'D
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Yep... Impersonation is the highest form of flattery though blacked
I'm learning. Not use to it.

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Damn, so everyone named josh after june 17th of 1992 mustve been trying to imitate me. I am kinda flattered :'D
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