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Who Needs a good laugh?

I am still laughing trying to visualize what they did....especially "not wanting to make boost..."
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Old 06-04-2008, 01:17 PM
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Now I can't stop laughing, thanks a lot!

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LOL!!!!..Best one i have heard in a while!!!
Superb!!
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Troll. Nobody is that stupid.
Sounds a lot like the fellow that Armor-Alled his tire treads and promptly wrecked the car.
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Old 06-04-2008, 01:52 PM
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ohhh im crying HAHAHH
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I had a buddy that offered to wash my bike after I let him ride it. I left and when I came back he was Armoralling the tires by spraying the Armorall on tires rather than on a rag and wiping it on the tires. Sure enough the next morning I crashed it when the front tire pushed out on a turn about a 100 ft from my driveway. Of course I shouldn't have been going that fast on cold tires but the Armorall didn't help
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Too Funny

This was too funny not to comment.

I almost feel that "Sand_Man" (hint hint) should have a laugh at this one. This guy may be trying to take his name.

Still laughing,
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That really was the most amazing thing i've ever read on any forum. wow...
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I had a buddy that offered to wash my bike after I let him ride it. I left and when I came back he was Armoralling the tires by spraying the Armorall on tires rather than on a rag and wiping it on the tires. Sure enough the next morning I crashed it when the front tire pushed out on a turn about a 100 ft from my driveway. Of course I shouldn't have been going that fast on cold tires but the Armorall didn't help
My wife armor all'd my bike's seat - almost impossible to ride. It took about a week to wear it off.

No way is the Audi post real. Kinda funny tho.
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Yea, I'm sure it's not real, but every year or so, someone comes up with a really good one that has me howling.

Another good one was cleaning all the gunk out an engine with boiling water.

Some trolls can carry it out to the point that I'm literally on the floor
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Hilarious! The guy's further replies just add to the absurdity / joke.

Sidenote: I don't frequent many other forums, but is it only pelican where members don't come across like 14yr old gangsta's in their posts?
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That is absolutely the funniest thing I have read that I can remember.

My wife thought I lost it. She kept asking me what I was laughing at and I just could not stop laughing to tell her.

Did not read all the posts. Was it a joke?

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The absolute most funny thing I ever read on the net was the thread by the guy with the overly hairy arms. If anyone has a link you MUST post it. I've never laughed so hard for so long in my life! Hurts to think about it, ha!
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I got down to post #20 and stopped reading. I just stared...

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Funny in the comical sense.
One guy starts a BS thread and the whores have several evenings of fun, jeez what OT forum have I seen that in before
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This was too funny not to comment.

I almost feel that "Sand_Man" (hint hint) should have a laugh at this one. This guy may be trying to take his name.

Still laughing,
Bryan
You know, that's a classic! I remember reading that a while back when it was making it's rounds on all the car forums!!!

Indeed, this is "sandman" in the literal sense...
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There's definitely a heirarchy of Audi forums... and that seems to achieved a new low. Audizine is pretty sad too, so it's funny if the troll was from there. There is an Audi forum that has a close-knit community of some very smart cookies, but (thankfully) it's invite-only and therefore immune to stoobit trolls.
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Made me laugh!
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The only entertainment I got out of that post was this.

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