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Old 08-08-2013, 05:03 PM   #1
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Still Have the Original Windshield Washer Fluid !

The Dangermobile still has it's original windshield washer fluid ! You know the oem stuff that smells like an Alsatian monkey's bunghole. Try and top that !!
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Old 08-08-2013, 05:11 PM   #2
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weve been down this road before so I have to ask...you thinkin 3-4 additional horsepower with that? I know that a gallon of the aftermarket stuff weighs more than a gallon of the super cool OEM stuff so has to be 3-4 HP? and smelling like a bunghole? At least a better 0-60 time with that. Lucky. Mine is not original and smells more like a bad fart after a burrito...
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I know you were shooting for the elusive 30K first oil change mark before the LN IMS change interrupted your plans but holy moly. Did Karen Black come to you in a dream? Can't believe I beat you that one..........................
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How do you know what an Alsatian monkey's bunghole smells like ?
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How do you know what an Alsatian monkey's bunghole smells like ?
You think that's really fluoride they put in the water ?
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I know you were shooting for the elusive 30K first oil change mark before the LN IMS change interrupted your plans but holy moly. Did Karen Black come to you in a dream? Can't believe I beat you that one..........................
Also, the cigarette lighter has never been depressed !
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I've never honked my horn (91,000 miles) .
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Original Windshield Washer Fluid? I don't even have the original Windshield.
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The Dangermobile still has it's original windshield washer fluid ! You know the oem stuff that smells like an Alsatian monkey's bunghole. Try and top that !!
Why Alsatian ?
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Why Alsatian ?
The name "Alsace" can be traced back to Old High German - Ali-saz or Elisaz. In this case, "das monkey".
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What's a bunghole?
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Also, the cigarette lighter has never been depressed !
My turn signals still have shrink wrapping on them.
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Actually I am Alsatian.

My version is : Alsace in Alsatian language is Elsass. "El" from Ell that is the river that runs through the region. And "sass" from the german verb "Sitzen" that mean sit.

So I am a little confused concerning the monkey thing. Besides a touristic zoo where some little monkey are I never saw some in Alsace !

But it's a funny thing to read something about Alsace on a US Porsche Forum !
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Here you go Frenchie old chap

A Sanctuary for Barbary Macaques in Alsace: Montagne des Singes

They are Barbary Macaques (the mountain monkey') living in Alsace.
Ergo, an Alsatian Monkey in the same way as i am an English Man.
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What's a bunghole?
It's located on the primary cats.
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Actually I am Alsatian.

My version is : Alsace in Alsatian language is Elsass. "El" from Ell that is the river that runs through the region. And "sass" from the german verb "Sitzen" that mean sit.

So I am a little confused concerning the monkey thing. Besides a touristic zoo where some little monkey are I never saw some in Alsace !

But it's a funny thing to read something about Alsace on a US Porsche Forum !
There's also the mentioning of an Alsatian bludgeon in the Tarot !
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Here you go Frenchie old chap

A Sanctuary for Barbary Macaques in Alsace: Montagne des Singes

They are Barbary Macaques (the mountain monkey') living in Alsace.
Ergo, an Alsatian Monkey in the same way as i am an English Man.
Whoa, it's British Animal Planet to the rescue !
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Hrmm never knew trunk monkey had to undergo emissions testing...
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A Sanctuary for Barbary Macaques in Alsace: Montagne des Singes

They are Barbary Macaques (the mountain monkey') living in Alsace.
Ergo, an Alsatian Monkey in the same way as i am an English Man.
It's what I said... A zoo for tourists with some Atlas mountains monkeys... English man...
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I hate to take it off topic to talk about windshield washer fluid, but I can't believe how much fluid my 02 holds. I got the low level light and it took the entire jug gallon when I topped it off. I actually looked under the car to see if it was leaking.
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