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it seemed like such a great idea

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let's bass it out

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Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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Is that why they made the bar that low?
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"bert, someday marilyn will pass by and then you'll stop complaining"
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I thought it was interesting that she had a habit of standing on her toes to make her legs photograph well.
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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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Oh I hope that's real.
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user wrote: I thought it was interesting that she had a habit of standing on her toes to make her legs photograph well.


something tells me she's not overly-endowed in the thigh-gap department
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Oh, she's chubby by modern standards.
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user wrote: Oh, she's chubby by modern standards.


Only somebody who hasn't been outside lately would say that.
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You're quite obtuse.
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TOS wrote:
user wrote: I thought it was interesting that she had a habit of standing on her toes to make her legs photograph well.


something tells me she's not overly-endowed in the thigh-gap department

One of the very few ways you could use "Marilyn" and "not overly-endowed" in the same sentence.
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TOS wrote:
user wrote: I thought it was interesting that she had a habit of standing on her toes to make her legs photograph well.


something tells me she's not overly-endowed in the thigh-gap department


Look at this hot babe. Dat Gap!

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Is that even a baseball? they should change them more often.
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user wrote: Oh, she's chubby by modern standards.

LOL, wat?
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Not in the movies and ads.
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ukimalefu wrote: Image


colonel androgene?
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Metacell wrote: Not in the movies and ads.

Fit is very much in, you don't see the anorexic thing at all in mainstream ads anymore.
Or have we gotten to the point that being fit makes you some sort of bad example?
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Fit is not fat. Fat is definitely the most popular lifestyle in America though.
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explanation: bro didn't want wifey changing channel so he put remote in jar with tight lid
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user wrote: I thought it was interesting that she had a habit of standing on her toes to make her legs photograph well.

A trick of the trade.
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this just never gets old

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The author has the audacity to call a 4dr coupe a "Hot Hatch".

What A stick fiddling Idiot.

Also, I have yet to drive a FWD car that had torque steer that was a problem and in winter conditions it can actually help.
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Pariah wrote: The author has the audacity to call a 4dr coupe a "Hot Hatch".

What A stick fiddling Idiot.

Also, I have yet to drive a FWD car that had torque steer that was a problem and in winter conditions it can actually help.

They lost me with the first sentence. I'm pretty sure Honda has put engines with more than 306 horsepower in street-legal cars before.

Isn't a four door hatchback just a station wagon?

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dv wrote:
Pariah wrote: The author has the audacity to call a 4dr coupe a "Hot Hatch".

What A stick fiddling Idiot.

Also, I have yet to drive a FWD car that had torque steer that was a problem and in winter conditions it can actually help.

They lost me with the first sentence. I'm pretty sure Honda has put engines with more than 306 horsepower in street-legal cars before.

Also not sure if horsepower is really the cause of torque steer, since, you know, torque is a separate thing.

That article stank of paid shill.

Sigh, I am so disappointed that even Honda has abandoned the Hot Hatch and Sport Coupe and has become another boring sedan maker. I mean, seriously, 300hp in a 4dr is not news worthy.
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Pariah wrote:
dv wrote:
Pariah wrote: The author has the audacity to call a 4dr coupe a "Hot Hatch".

What A stick fiddling Idiot.

Also, I have yet to drive a FWD car that had torque steer that was a problem and in winter conditions it can actually help.

They lost me with the first sentence. I'm pretty sure Honda has put engines with more than 306 horsepower in street-legal cars before.

Also not sure if horsepower is really the cause of torque steer, since, you know, torque is a separate thing.

That article stank of paid shill.

Sigh, I am so disappointed that even Honda has abandoned the Hot Hatch and Sport Coupe and has become another boring sedan maker.


Something something child seat in the back something something.

There's a 2-door Civic they could have used as the basis, but you almost never see them. They probably sell like crap. Money makes the world go 'round.

I mean, seriously, 300hp in a 4dr is not news worthy.


Not anymore, anyway. Yikes.

Although since basically everything above econobox status is running either a (sometimes turbo) I4 @ 200-240 hp, or a (sometimes turbo) V6 @ 250-350 hp, I'm curious to see how different manufacturers will try and stand out from the crowd.

The "this is the awesomest-handling Prius you will ever drive" strategy that Lexus uses for the CT200h is kind of interesting, but I don't really want to share a morning commute with somebody who is trying to play with the limits of their cars handling. At least somebody who wants to accelerate as fast as possible has the left lane to play with. Image
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It just strikes as odd that as the typical American family keeps shrinking, people are delaying child bearing till latter in life meaning people are having a much longer "uncomplicated youth" period in their lives and the availability of small, fun cars has almost completely dried up.
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Got this today:
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Pariah wrote:
dv wrote:
Pariah wrote: The author has the audacity to call a 4dr coupe a "Hot Hatch".

What A stick fiddling Idiot.

Also, I have yet to drive a FWD car that had torque steer that was a problem and in winter conditions it can actually help.

They lost me with the first sentence. I'm pretty sure Honda has put engines with more than 306 horsepower in street-legal cars before.

Also not sure if horsepower is really the cause of torque steer, since, you know, torque is a separate thing.

That article stank of paid shill.

Sigh, I am so disappointed that even Honda has abandoned the Hot Hatch and Sport Coupe and has become another boring sedan maker. I mean, seriously, 300hp in a 4dr is not news worthy.


hot hatches don't sell

in fact, last i heard every segment is either down or stagnant apart from suvs
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Pariah wrote: Got this today:


maybe it's a polite way of saying you done got banned
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