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Old 05-11-2010, 04:25 PM   #43
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The DW has always named our vehicles. The MH is "Rosie" because Winnebago calls the paint scheme Rosewood (Wine & Gold). The gold toad is, of course, "Goldie"
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Old 05-11-2010, 06:19 PM   #44
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Red face Welllll

I haven't named it yet .......called it a few names already and keeping my blue vocabulary up to date by doing that.....not nice for an old lady but I've got let it out once in a while or I'll really explode.

Of course buying an older RV and trying to catch up on all the things that should have been fixed and weren't is enough to agravate anyone.

I am putting this NoName in the shop the day after tomorrow to fix the exhaust manifold leak, check why the brake pedal won't return and replace the sway bar bushings that should help the local economy a bit
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Old 05-11-2010, 06:47 PM   #45
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Old 05-12-2010, 09:38 PM   #46
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When our old Pace is running good and not many problems with it I call her
''SWEET THING''....
When we are having problems and nothing going right she is a ''lowdown piece of ^**% #@$$!'' and I promise I will find a blind mule and an army tent and trade even and laugh at the other guy for the swap.
Most of the time I just call her ''SWEET THING'' though......
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God bless our vets for their service to this nation ......
Without vets we would be speaking German probably.....
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We winter in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Without the "Casacamino"
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Old 05-13-2010, 08:39 AM   #48
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came up with a name but my DW gave me a wife look, so no name,,,,,,,,,,yet,
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Does "DW" in some of the replies stand for Dear Wife, Darn Wife, Damn Wife, Damndest Wife, or what? Just wondering.....

Maybe, Damn Witch? HHHMMMM, LOLOLOLOLOL
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I know a lot of people name their rigs, and that's fine. However, I cannot bring myself to name an inanimate object. I also do not name my camera, my phone, or ....
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Does "DW" in some of the replies stand for Dear Wife, Darn Wife, Damn Wife, Damndest Wife, or what? Just wondering....

...kind of like naming your rig ...whatever works best for you at the time...
...just be aware there is also a "DH" term used by the "other half" of the equation ...
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Old 05-13-2010, 02:54 PM   #52
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...kind of like naming your rig ...whatever works best for you at the time...
...just be aware there is also a "DH" term used by the "other half" of the equation ...
Y'all are a lot braver than I am.
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I thinking (just for right now) about callng mine "4th wife". Like the other three she (it's definitely a she) been high maintenance, cantankerous on occasion, very expensive, and the love of my life. Then again, I guess I could call her "Daughter".
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DW stands for Dear Wife, but then on the other hand it could mean other things too, guess it depends on if she wakes up to early, but I will never wake up a woman ,,,never! As for naming our Winnebago, guess its not happening, brought it to her attention yesterday, again I recieved that wife look.
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Because we travel with six retired racing greyhounds. We consider ourselves half-time full timers .

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