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Old 12-03-12, 07:50 PM   #1
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I know I am not normal. I do not have a keen interest in handbags. I don't fight at sales or go 'Ooo... A SALE!'. I have no interest in high heels. And if you catch me in a dress, I'm dead and had no say in the matter.

But if you wave a tool catalogue or a car parts catalogue under my nose, you've got my full attention. My partner can't leave me alone in halfords, Supermarkets (off to the car section), or the local car parts place we know in staffordshire.

At this very moment, I am scrolling through the lists of garage tools on ebay. I have been clicking a lot of 'Watch this'. I think I'm tool addicted...
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I think I'm tool addicted...
Wait to you get married it`ll wear off
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What is 'normal'?
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Wait, wait, you are a girl? And here was i thinking... you know, the way you always say "partner"... and this being a pretty much all male forum.. and you repair your car for your partner... well.. i mean, no offense to, well people who might be... er, wow what a touchy subject. i got nothing against that, but man it just made me laugh. trying to imagine two guys arguing because one always keeps damaging the other ones peugeot.

i guess it makes sense now... or does it? i guess my mind just didnt want to admit that its possibel that there is a female on the internet alone, not to mention a car orientated forum lol. and why is he always damaging your car, you two have got the roles figured out all wrong.

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LOL I think he damages mine cause he jealous of how beautiful 'he' (the car) is.

I'm used to that battlestar. I'm the only girl in my class at college. So I have to put up with a lot of the 'women are crap drivers'. 'You can't do this cause you're a girl'. Funny how the lad who says these things, asks me for help all the time.
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'You can't do this cause you're a girl'. Funny how the lad who says these things, asks me for help all the time.
Hahaha nice, i guess you showed him who wears the overalls there.
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I dont know about a "normal woman" I would say your an ideal woman

I was waiting outside a bleeding clothes shop the other week that she was in.. I was sitting there in the carpark listening to the radio and I saw her come out and walk up to a black Golf .

Thought she knew who it was till I saw her go bright red and walk towards me laughing, she picked the wrong bleeding car
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He does my head in. He goes on about how he lowered his car, then it turns out he had someone else fit them and just adjusts them with these C-spanners, or summit. Then he likes he maintains his own car... but doesn't know how to change brakes, change window wipers, jack up a car properly... I just want to whack him.
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Thats not right! That's insulting!

Though I am not a big VW fan.
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Thought she knew who it was till I saw her go bright red and walk towards me laughing, she picked the wrong bleeding car
Maybe she just forgot you are around, sho she had to pretend it was "a wrong car".

Also, i second what melikat says, i pretty much despise golfs, everybody bloody drives them!!
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