I look at my Jeep, and wonder if it'll break like skyrim.

Step right up and take your load of whale cum!
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Anastasia :iono:
I actually like that name, but I am trying to stay themed within the car's nationality. E.g. my first car, a Chrysler, was betsy (went with most stereotypical american white name i could think of), and my Japanese Honda was Hyou (for panther)
Letty or some can i speak to the manager name would do

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Hey guys, today I went hiking and took some backroads on my way there and back. I have to admit, I LOVE my :jeep:. If I felt any doubts before, they are all gone with how enjoyable this ride is. Sure I can hear road sounds, sure the seats aren't super comfortable, sure there is no dead pedal (soon to be fixed), sure it is expensive as hell. But by God, is it worth it! The best part was near the hiking area, where the road turned into a very bumpy and windy one-lane road, and also where I enjoyed the driving the most I ever have.

Here are some pics I took of bae, whom I still need to name (suggestions?)

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My fave.


Name? Lana?
I like cus Archer reference :lol:

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My fave.


Name? Lana?
I like cus Archer reference :lol:
LAAAANAAAAAAA!
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What about MAGA

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SaxyJeep wrote:
Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:34 pm
Hey guys, today I went hiking and took some backroads on my way there and back. I have to admit, I LOVE my :jeep:. If I felt any doubts before, they are all gone with how enjoyable this ride is. Sure I can hear road sounds, sure the seats aren't super comfortable, sure there is no dead pedal (soon to be fixed), sure it is expensive as hell. But by God, is it worth it! The best part was near the hiking area, where the road turned into a very bumpy and windy one-lane road, and also where I enjoyed the driving the most I ever have.

Here are some pics I took of bae, whom I still need to name (suggestions?)

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You're naming the vehicle ? :butwhy: pics don't work :(

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max225 wrote:
Sat Dec 15, 2018 1:56 am
SaxyJeep wrote:
Sat Dec 08, 2018 7:34 pm
Hey guys, today I went hiking and took some backroads on my way there and back. I have to admit, I LOVE my :jeep:. If I felt any doubts before, they are all gone with how enjoyable this ride is. Sure I can hear road sounds, sure the seats aren't super comfortable, sure there is no dead pedal (soon to be fixed), sure it is expensive as hell. But by God, is it worth it! The best part was near the hiking area, where the road turned into a very bumpy and windy one-lane road, and also where I enjoyed the driving the most I ever have.

Here are some pics I took of bae, whom I still need to name (suggestions?)

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You're naming the vehicle ? :butwhy: pics don't work :(
fixed.

and cus y not :P

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You're naming the vehicle ? :butwhy: pics don't work :(

and cus y not :P
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So current thoughts about the yeep?

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and cus y not :P
:millennial: :disgust:
Indeed, :millennial: , higher cost of living and no social security cus previous gen :lol:
MexicanYarisTK wrote:
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So current thoughts about the yeep?
I love it... A bit upset that I don't have more opportunities to drive it, mixed blessing since commuting in it would suck.

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:millennial: :disgust:
Indeed, :millennial: , higher cost of living and no social security cus previous gen :lol:
MexicanYarisTK wrote:
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So current thoughts about the yeep?
I love it... A bit upset that I don't have more opportunities to drive it, mixed blessing since commuting in it would suck.
Rumor says we will have more snow than last winter, im sure you’ll be thankful for making that decision. Besides it suits your lifestyle well.

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Indeed, :millennial: , higher cost of living and no social security cus previous gen :lol:



I love it... A bit upset that I don't have more opportunities to drive it, mixed blessing since commuting in it would suck.
Rumor says we will have more snow than last winter, im sure you’ll be thankful for making that decision. Besides it suits your lifestyle well.
I'm waiting for the sneaux. :notsure:
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Zillon wrote:
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Rumor says we will have more snow than last winter, im sure you’ll be thankful for making that decision. Besides it suits your lifestyle well.
I'm waiting for the sneaux. :notsure:
It’s been 50 lately... :notsure:

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I'm waiting for the sneaux. :notsure:
It’s been 50 lately... :notsure:
Forecast has it in the 40s and 50s through Jan 1.
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It’s been 50 lately... :notsure:
Forecast has it in the 40s and 50s through Jan 1.
:disgust:

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Forecast has it in the 40s and 50s through Jan 1.
:disgust:
I'm kind-of OK with it. Means heating bills won't be ridiculous.

But, we need a good cold stretch to kill the bugs.
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:disgust:
I'm kind-of OK with it. Means heating bills won't be ridiculous.

But, we need a good cold stretch to kill the bugs.
Way to be an adult and think responsibly about it. :lol:

Hopefully Jan and Feb will cool down.

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What's a heating bill ?

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What's a heating bill ?
Dinosaur melt tax.
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What's a heating bill ?
Dinosaur melt tax.
:dat:
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Forecast has it in the 40s and 50s through Jan 1.
:disgust:
:dat: this makes me wanna move to montreal

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:disgust:
:dat: this makes me wanna move to montreal
yep. rip no snow... unless we get a blizzard in feb, lol

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We only got one snow fall plus a light dusting to date. The snow melted the next day. I'm totally good with it, as i get older I'm less tolerant of the cold.

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:dat: this makes me wanna move to montreal
yep. rip no snow... unless we get a blizzard in feb, lol
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