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Proud 2nd Cousin!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by madmal04, May 31, 2009.

  1. madmal04
    Joined: Feb 26, 2009
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    madmal04
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    She even got her hands a little greasy!
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  2. How cool is that!?!?!?!?!
    Your gonna have the clanest granny in town!
     
  3. madmal04
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    Bahahhaha that's for sure! =] I can't wait until I get started on the rest of the car! I'll know who to turn to when I need some help!!!
     
  4. 00 MACK
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    One of those pics is gonna be her H.A.M.B. avitar in about 15 years.
     

  5. madmal04
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    Haha... YEAH! I like that idea! =] She keeps asking me why my car is broke. When I tell her I'm fixing it, she looks at me like "why???" Then I showed her the inside and the only thing she said was "Where are the seats?" Gotta love it!
     
  6. GassersGarage
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    She's a real cutie! My niece loves my cars. When she turned 16, she said, "Uncle, I need practice with stick shifts". I told her if she could depress the clutch, she could drive it. Guess the street/strip clutch was too much for her because she hasn't asked since.
     
  7. madmal04
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    Haha... I'm trying to decide whether I should make my Shoebox automatic or stick. At first I wanted stick but I'm not sure now. My Jeep is a stick, and I like it, but it would be nice to have one of each, so I don't know. But yes, she's ADORABLE!
     
  8. Crease
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    Too cool! I would teach her to weld and offer to baby sit ALOT!
     
  9. Very very cute !
     
  10. madmal04
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    I'm sure if I taught her to weld she'd be able to get it very soon haha! She's a very smart little girl! The hardest part is keeping her attention on one subject for longer than 10 mins. =]
     
  11. wish my granny had a cutie like that
     
  12. tattedfordguy
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    Thats awsome my 2 1/2 year old does everything i do he even wants to mow the lawn
     
  13. madmal04
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    Yeah, it's hard to say no, and I know she just wants to help, so I try and let her help me do things.
     

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