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So, what is your favorite muscle car? Anybody?

Now you're talking. Good old American made speed, power and good looks that eats gas. My first car was a '69 Plymouth Roadrunner so I have a soft spot there, but if I had to choose one car the Shelby Mustang has got to the Holy Grail.

ps, I'm a girl.

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So, what is your favorite muscle car? Anybody?

:inlove:

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Not a fan. :blink:

Except his voice.

I am a fan. I'd run away with him. :inlove:

So, what is your favorite muscle car? Anybody?

1968 Camaro - preferably blue.

I did buy a sort of gun-metal blue Corvair when I was in my early 20's. Ralph Nader made that car famous.

My son, Aquaman, has a girlfriend who loves to hunt and fish and hike and ski and grew up doing all of that. She was raised by her grandparents on a farm. Perfect fit! We love her.

Some men just get lucky finding the right gal.

Some men don't. :yawn:

You have to clip your nose hairs . . . I do. Grow your hair long to cover the ear hairs and I can live with it.

Just a little advice - don't walk around the house in tighty-whitey's . . . unless you are built for it. Don't lay on the couch in them either draped there like a Playboy Model. :no:

(edited to add . . .maybe the OP should request this thread be only for real men). :cool:

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I am a fan. I'd run away with him. :inlove:

1968 Camaro - preferably blue.

I did buy a sort of gun-metal blue Corvair when I was in my early 20's. Ralph Nader made that car famous.

My son, Aquaman, has a girlfriend who loves to hunt and fish and hike and ski and grew up doing all of that. She was raised by her grandparents on a farm. Perfect fit! We love her.

Some men just get lucky finding the right gal.

Some men don't. :yawn:

You have to clip your nose hairs . . . I do. Grow your hair long to cover the ear hairs and I can live with it.

Just a little advice - don't walk around the house in tighty-whitey's . . . unless you are built for it. Don't lay on the couch in them either draped there like a Playboy Model. :no:

(edited to add . . .maybe the OP should request this thread be only for real men). :cool:

Nah, Grumpy likes us.

Car? I'll go with the 'stang. Remember El Caminos? :D

I like this thread. :blink:

*goes back to stalki...lurking*

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I am a fan. I'd run away with him. :inlove:

1968 Camaro - preferably blue.

I did buy a sort of gun-metal blue Corvair when I was in my early 20's. Ralph Nader made that car famous.

My son, Aquaman, has a girlfriend who loves to hunt and fish and hike and ski and grew up doing all of that. She was raised by her grandparents on a farm. Perfect fit! We love her.

Some men just get lucky finding the right gal.

Some men don't. :yawn:

You have to clip your nose hairs . . . I do. Grow your hair long to cover the ear hairs and I can live with it.

Just a little advice - don't walk around the house in tighty-whitey's . . . unless you are built for it. Don't lay on the couch in them either draped there like a Playboy Model. :no:

(edited to add . . .maybe the OP should request this thread be only for real men). :cool:

That brought back some good memories, so thanks for that! My Dad used to lay around the house in his tighty whities, usually watching some sport on TV and drinking a beer. He didn't much care who was around to see it. When I was a teen I was mortified by this but now I look back fondly and give him credit for raising me to not be too body conscious. I don't go as far as laying around in my underwear, but I also don't worry overmuch about walking around the house in various states of undress.

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I'd go with trimming, no plucking or waxing. I once saw Mike Rowe's producer have some of his nose hairs waxed. OMG that had to HURT.

*Now daydreaming about Mike who is all kinds of yummy manliness. And yes, you want the ladies to find you yummy. :p

Mike Rowe is an Eagle Scout you know.

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Mike Rowe is an Eagle Scout you know.

Ood! I feel like it's been AGES since I've seen you here! Yay!

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Serious fisherman here, always have been. Even plans for fishing have become part of the whole ritual. Separate freezer in the garage for making ice, storing bait. Cabinets full of gear, way more fishing rods and reels than necessary. Even go offshore for overnight trips when 'special' seasons are open. Hang out with like minded crazies.

Car: '69 'cuda.

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Serious fisherman here, always have been. Even plans for fishing have become part of the whole ritual. Separate freezer in the garage for making ice, storing bait. Cabinets full of gear, way more fishing rods and reels than necessary. Even go offshore for overnight trips when 'special' seasons are open. Hang out with like minded crazies.

Car: '69 'cuda.

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Ooo. Something that is on my bucket list - deep sea fishing. And a Cuda fan??

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When my boy was working on top fuel dragsters, I loved watching the street cars run between top fuel. There is nothing like watching all those '69 Camaros doing wheel stands.

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I wonder how receptive male-dominated professions would be of a woman demanding there be more estrogen and talks of stereotypically feminine interests.

Hmmmmmmmm.

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