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Old 01-29-2013, 09:53 AM   #1
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I was in Ft. Myers , Florida the other day and I saw a bumper sticker on a parked car that read,

"I miss Boston ."

So, I broke the window, stole the radio, shot out two of the tires and left a note that read, "I hope this helps!"
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I think I would have stolen his snow shovel too.
Did you drain his gas tank ?
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Old 01-29-2013, 12:53 PM   #3
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Ha ha ha ha, now that's funny!
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Hey Wayne, I seen one from Chicago
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haha thats funny..another good thing to do, is put a sticky note on peoples doors that reads ( i saw someone pee on your door) and squirt a little water on the door..now thats funny to watch. I think there is even a utube video of some pranksters that do that...
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be careful of the post it notes...they can damage car finishes...
great post!! We were from PA and check with friends who are freezing!!
we are spending our first winter in Florida!! what great weather!
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For any homesick snowbirds from Muskoka, we still got four feet of snow and its still coming down. Dont warm up the coach just yet. lol
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be careful of the post it notes...they can damage car finishes...
great post!! We were from PA and check with friends who are freezing!!
we are spending our first winter in Florida!! what great weather!
We are from Lancaster County. Now in AZ.
Kids and friends complain of snow and such. I bite my tongue. Don't wish to gloat.
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Ive only done it to a couple people i know when i catch them at the local walmart. and i always stuck it on the window..and 4 feet of snow!! holy cows..u must really love winter.. Im looking at florida myself
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We are from Lancaster County. Now in AZ.
Kids and friends complain of snow and such. I bite my tongue. Don't wish to gloat.
But gloating is half, nah 99% of the fun.

I used to live in Sault Ste Marie Ontario and I just ragging on our relatives back there about how they are snow-blowing their driveways and I'm already mowing my lawns. Gloat gloat gloat.



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But gloating is half, nah 99% of the fun.

I used to live in Sault Ste Marie Ontario and I just ragging on our relatives back there about how they are snow-blowing their driveways and I'm already mowing my lawns. Gloat gloat gloat.

Mowing your lawn? Lucky dog! I dont have a lawn anymore. My Jeep and MH are parked on kitty litter.

However, I do send them enough pics it could be called gloating!
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You could always slip up here for a week or so and drive the riding mower. I can share with you if you really really know how to mow, I learned sharing from Tom sawyer.
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You could always slip up here for a week or so and drive the riding mower. I can share with you if you really really know how to mow, I learned sharing from Tom sawyer.
I'm sure my mowing skills have slipped a bit.
My current career is sightseeing off-roading, maintaining MH and toad, and eating.

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I would be happy to never see snow again. It's been two years without seeing white. They don't shoot the tires, they jack it up and take the tires, engine, tranny, all in just a few min. Home sick is not in my vocabulary. Where our fiver sits is home. Great site, humor is good for the soul. Dave.
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