Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by airbud7, Nov 19, 2012.
I love you too bro.
Thanks, Pill Monster...I love you too bro...I Love All You Guys/Gals...
That's why I like my SUV to be sexy :banana:
We all gots to be lovin' each other now
^Group Orgy! :mhp: I mean hug.
I love everyone except those on my ignore list, which gets longer every day.
This. A clean car is a clean owner.
And for some reason, this response makes me feel dirty.....lol
Success!!! lol Was a bit worried when I posted that you wouldn't get it. Glad I was wrong!!!
:roll: Glad it was the right response too
They see me rollin', they hatin' :banana:
Explains why I'm attracted to women who never wash their cars.
Calling a jeepney a SUV is being very generous. :givebeer:
Coz you just know that they like it dirty? lol
Lol it's not a jeepney, its a 2001 Mitsubishi Adventure
Haha, I'm not able to concentrate whilst at work, your giving me dirty thoughts!
On track, with regards to car cleaning, my car is cleaned on a weekly basis, does that count as keeping it clean?
Since my car is white in colour, it gets dirty within several days of cleaning it inside & out.
Not my fault. Pill Monster started it :kermit:
Clean rims are probably the last concern with my old beater. Plus, I have the (studded) winter tyres on now which make the alloys dirty in about 10km anyway. My entire car is covered in this dirty grey layer of salt at the moment.
Is that because they're the type of women that if they did care would make sure the engine is sparkly clean, on the inside and out?!
I clean my suv about once a week. Shining up the rims & tires is just part of it.
Now, vacuuming out the inside?...That is another story:eyes:
Nope, it's a wheel and a tyre, it is in direct contact with the dirty, wet, grit covered grim ridden, diesel strewn road which means that they get dirty. The only part I care about is the tyre and how clean it is makes no difference, if it's a decent spec tyre that will help me keep the car on the road no matter what the condition then I couldn't care less about how clean or blacker than black it is.
On the rare occasion that I do clean the car I will give the wheel a quick going over with a dedicated wheel cleaner, by that I mean I will spray it on, give it a scrub with a cleaning brush then rinse off, that's it. Hours spent getting every little bit of dirt off the wheel is time that could be better spent driving the car.
my ones clean themselves, ah no, it was the other way .
I don't care about them, but i clean them when i clean the car.
I wash and detail it weekly but living down a dirt road my Cressida is dirty the next day.
On one car I care, on the other one I don't (still covered in brake dust from last track day).
The Eastern European chaps at the car wash keep my car pretty clean.