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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Jan 29, 2020.
There are people like that... At least "they" are trying.
Did the video work for you? I can't get it to work...
Nobody is that stupid. There is another video of another girl doing the same thing but with a hot dress...
you posted a link to a video that you can’t get to work?
Nobody does that... you drizzle it into the dip-stick hole!
My partner would never do that, no sir!. In fact, she won't even open the bonnet (hood). I've told her that one day her sweet little Kia is going to seize right up because it's out of oil or water. Or maybe she'll crash it into the back of a truck first because there's no brake fluid.
Just as well that I check all the levels for her.
None of the above stops her from chewing me up if I leave breadcrumbs on the kitchen worktop or mix coloured with whites in the washing machine despite it not making any difference.
Priorities are a strange thing at times...
I pull 710 cap and put it there.
Not posting the hotter girl -- TDPRI yellow card.
I know! I saw her after posting this one!
“Hotter” girl would be “cheesecake”-TDPRI RED card.
somebody made a prudent decision!
Actually I did, about 4 or 5 times with different links and versions. And here on TDPRI, you cant delete an entire post, you can only put the word "delete" on the post. and it lives there for eternity....
At least mine knows when to add this thank gawd!
Add oil?!? But the light hasn’t even come on yet!
Yeah, Dime City Cycles has been selling that stuff. I think they only have the metric kind, though.
Let me introduce you to my sister in law
I have a VW - it takes the metric kind.
My wife and I split auto service duties but argue about whose turn it is to take it to the dealer. We prefer servicing the Benz to servicing the bummer because the Benz dealer always has something we can get as a loaner that we want to play with for a day. Sometimes we can even get the car for a weekend.
BTW. Dealer service is a necessity. It prevents adding washer fluid to the engine.