When a bad Karma and an oily timing belt smash you valves against your pistons, don’t lose your heads.
Duray’s Lambwool. Thick for the winter, excellent respiration in summer, and because having a single kind of socks in the drawer is a man’s dream come true.
Watching Freddy on TV with my father at about 6 years old only brought me 4 or 5 years of fear of obscurity, these kids will be fiiiine.
1991. “Why?” You may ask. Burgundy velour, the right number of pedals, a gas powered perpetual motion engine, all wrapped under a nice beige painted coupé. That’s why.
Fast forward 10 years, then apply the tag “last stock WRX”.
Google image failed to find a stock aspen white bugeye wagon, these are already gone.
Not enough pickup trucks in the Icon’s stable.
I prefer my popcorn slightly moist with Tabasco sauce; usually a third of a bottle/bag. Eyebrows sweat is a natural byproduct.
But... Swiss chards are my favorites lipids absorbing greens!
Mister Thompson, with all due respect, experimenting is the funniest part in cooking ;) And slightly crunchy utica greens, how bad can it be?
My small town grocer probably never eared of escaroles but I will definitely try this with a bunch of swiss chards. Thank you!
Aspen White is the new World Rally Blue
“With the help of some nitrous oxide, the gravitational slingshot around the sun should catapult us in the villain’s lair at one-tenth of the speed of light! These bastards will never see us coming.“
I will forget that I saw the word “car” and submit these 6 characters: 1WD H16
The Honda CB400F will probably be my first bike. Fast enough to have fun, to slow to scare myself.
One question: how strange will it look with one of these strapped on the roof?
Sorry, I’m late.
I only saw this “trailer”:
I would bring back the convertible off-roader. These pillars and roll cages only add useless weight, wind noises and visual obstruction.
He mentioned that at the end of the week he’d be leaving for a long haul for fishing or boxing, or some hilarious combination of the two.
We paid 32k CAD for our barebone F-250 3 years ago. Not bad considering that it came stock with a 385 hp / 405 ft·lb engine, a locking differential, and enough leaf springs to carry one ton of steel ballast. These fancy grass catchers are heavy as hell.