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The back of the E not only has great leg room for backseat riders, it also has enough room for six watermelons


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Okay....I have to ask....what were the 6 watermelons for????

I think it is cool that the E can hold that many watermelons, and if I am ever in need of transporting 6 watermelons I know I can do so with ease.

I wonder how many watermelons the E could hold if the entire cargo area was used? (I know someone will post an aswer to this....this is a total word problem from the SATs.....who will get it right???)
 

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I had six watermelons because I work at a YMCA Summer camp and on every friday all the YMCA Summer camps in the area get together for a cookout.....so we needed the six watermelons to feed our hungry kids on the cook out day.
 

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In strange, weird way that makes me think of the pods in Invasion of the Boy Snatchers.
 

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Okay new contest :!:

What is the weirdest thing you have put in your element.

Rules:

Not the biggest or dirtiest, just the weirdest.

You don't need a legit reason for it or them being in the element.

Mother inlaws don't count.
 

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Mother inlaws don't count.
Drats....that was going to be my answer!!! ARG!


Lets see....if I can't use Mother-in-law (and trust me she is a strange one!!!) I would have to say a 3 foot tall stuffed penguin with sunglasses buckled into the back seat driver's side :lol: :lol:
 

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[quote:2ad655fca6="boneheadz"]Okay new contest :!:

What is the weirdest thing you have put in your element.

Mother inlaws don't count.[/quote:2ad655fca6]

I haven't gotten my mother-in-law's clammy ass anywhere near my Lucy yet and I'm happy about that.

Hmmm. This will take some thinking.
 

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I haven't gotten my mother-in-law's clammy ass anywhere near my Lucy yet and I'm happy about that.
Do I detect issues.

I love the discriptions of the wierdest thing, but we need pictures. Those six watermellons look really cool.

When my girlfriend saw the pic she asked if the person was trying to see if a body would fit. LOL

You know the diffinition of a friend don't you? A friend will help you move, a best friend will help you move a body.
 

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I should go on the record to clarify that I actually have a cordial relationship with my in-laws.

But they are, without a doubt, the very strangest people you'll ever meet. They exist in a kind of anachronistic half-reality where the modern world is sort of a dream they don't really believe in.

They're smart, kind, moral, and, in their own way, funny people, but if you came across them, you'd think that they were just this side of the funny farm. We've had good times and some very sad times and I've never actually quarreled with them. It'd be like quarreling with a pecan tree - the only response you might get would be nutty.
 
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