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post #1 of 27 Old 10-07-2005, 8:27 AM Thread Starter
 
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Re: Train horn

Not funny.

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I suppose it means I'm going to hell, but I laughed on a bunch of 'em. Especially people strolling in roadways. I was kinda pissed on the last one where the poor guy is on crutches.

On Vicodin, and pissed at the world in general when I'm on crutches, I might have turned one into a bat.

But man, how bored a redneck do you have to be to do that?




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Some of them were pretty funny, but I'm quite surprised he didn't get shot at.
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Re: Train horn

I need one of those for when I'm stopped at a light and "the boyz" cruise up with the distorted whump whump crap shaking the trunk on their rusted out POS with the seat pushed all the back and semi reclined . . .

I think I'm going shopping this weekend

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I thought it was pretty damn funny. Especially where he pulled up to the door of the store and scared the crap out of everyone inside. The five business men who were dealing drugs out of the back of that suv was funny too. I know how loud they can be. I stole an air horn setup off an old broken down ferry boat and that thing was damn loud. I honked the horn while getting a vehicle inspection and the test guy told me to test the horn. Needless to say he thought it was neat but wasn't too happy because he was standing in front of the car!

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i still cant stop laughing, i have tears in my eyes from those clips
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Re: Train horn

I too am laughing my ass off...

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Re: Train horn

Oh thats great!!!
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have to put that on the family van. that was funny

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I came here to chew bubble gum and to kick some ass...and I'm all out of bubble gum.
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That was awesome....

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Those might be small enough to tuck under some fairings
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