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Old 05-24-2015, 05:54 PM   #1
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Proof That Even Mustang Owners Can Be Dooshbags

I told the guy as he was walking into Papa Johns that people here drive crazy and he might get rear ended with his *** hanging between two spots like that.

He replies "Nah that's what's insurance is for and if someone does hit that they better stop you know what I'm sayin? If they know what's good for them you know what I'm sayin?"

I guess askin me if I know what he's sayin twice makes me understand him twice as much.... Actually I don't understand what the eff he's sayin. If I hit his car I'm bookin outta there 'you know what I'm sayin?'

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Old 05-24-2015, 06:01 PM   #2
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You get this from every car group, it's nothing new. Some people are just ********, this is a prime example. I hate that phrase; there's a guy that comes to my shop. Literally every sentence ends with, "you know what I'm saying?" Or "you hear me?"

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Wow, super empty lot and still parks like $!@? Lol.
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It looks like he doesn't understand the concept of defensive parking, but other than that, he's parked between the lines...See what I'm sayin'?
His mistake is, he needs to block the two side by side parking stalls rather than the front to back stalls...Get what I'm sayin'?
The odds of getting door dings from the sides is a much greater threat... You hear what I'm sayin'?
It's a rookie mistake. He'll figure it out once he becomes an experienced Mustang owner... You feelin' me dawg?
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90% of the Mustangs I encounter on the road have dooshbag drivers.

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Faster than a speeding...............
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Old 05-24-2015, 07:44 PM   #6
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In my area, Dbags parking like this will either get a strap hooked to their car and towed across the parking lot by a truck, someone will grab a shopping cart and give it a nice push in the cars general direction or a diesel will roll up next to it and coat the car in soot. Know what I sayin.

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