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Durt McGurt 09-02-2012 08:41 PM

The best way to spend time at the in-laws house.....
 
Warning this is not recommended for everyone... This is an advanced technique to make the time go by fast while visiting the inlaws

Step 1. Stock up on supplies. http://img.tapatalk.com/6c07b4ba-0985-6cc9.jpg

Step 2. Spend the next 3 hours having fun washing your ride and having a couple cocktails while everyone else is inside talking about the weather/sports/politics.

3. Step back, smile and take a picture. http://img.tapatalk.com/6c07b4ba-0a2b-cd4d.jpg

4. Go inside and tell your sister inlaw that her caddy srx is durty and needs to be cleaned.
http://img.tapatalk.com/6c07b4ba-0b13-86c0.jpg




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jgc4ever 09-02-2012 08:53 PM

Re: The best way to spend time at the in-laws house.....
 
Your Brilliant Black Altitude really looks great. Good advice for some too.

Griggs021 09-03-2012 01:36 AM

Re: The best way to spend time at the in-laws house.....
 
1.) LOL
2.) Sick ride. I liked the post before the saw the black altitude. SICK

GSeb213 09-03-2012 02:06 AM

Re: The best way to spend time at the in-laws house.....
 
What an awesome colour combination!! The Altitudes are great.

I saw this in the new car yard when I went to pick up my grey Limited.
Had a slight sick feeling in my stomach wishing I had waited for this to hit the market before signing mine...

FAUEE 09-03-2012 09:01 AM

Re: The best way to spend time at the in-laws house.....
 
You could also tell her that her SRX is flat out ugly.

Looks good, but I notice a real wax is curiously absent. A nice carnauba wax will make the black paint looks amazing. Alternatively, a nice synthetic sealant type wax will make the flake pop amazingly.

Scottina06 09-03-2012 09:23 AM

Slick ride!

Durt McGurt 09-03-2012 09:34 AM

Busted on no wax. Come on give me a break. I had to socialize a little with everyone. Next time....

AAAA 09-03-2012 10:22 AM

Re: The best way to spend time at the in-laws house.....
 
You have a very tolerant spouse. Mine would have made me sit in the house with her family.

Yadkin 09-03-2012 07:13 PM

Re: The best way to spend time at the in-laws house.....
 
My brother-in-law used to do that type of thing during family gatherings. When I was with him alone doing chores or just hanging out or drinking he was fine, but a larger family group he simply could not handle so was always puttering around trimming bushes or screwing around with his car.

He was a smart guy and a hard worker, but after becoming CEO of a company in a dying industry he had to shut down one, then two of their factories and fire lots of people. He ended up in electro-shock for over two years and now he's devoid of all emotion. He can't tell or laugh at a joke. He can't even hold down a job serving coffee at a diner.

I don't know if the two traits are related, and please don't take this the wrong way but try to get along in family situations. I'm an introvert myself and I deal with such gatherings not great either. I've pissed off a lot of them with my political views and I can't stand the stupidity of many of them. Fortunately most of the gatherings have been on my side of the family so it's my relatives, not my wife's, who can't stand me.

Nice job detailing the Jeep though.

Durt McGurt 09-03-2012 07:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Yadkin (Post 678783)
My brother-in-law used to do that type of thing during family gatherings. When I was with him alone doing chores or just hanging out or drinking he was fine, but a larger family group he simply could not handle so was always puttering around trimming bushes or screwing around with his car.

He was a smart guy and a hard worker, but after becoming CEO of a company in a dying industry he had to shut down one, then two of their factories and fire lots of people. He ended up in electro-shock for over two years and now he's devoid of all emotion. He can't tell or laugh at a joke. He can't even hold down a job serving coffee at a diner.

I don't know if the two traits are related, and please don't take this the wrong way but try to get along in family situations. I'm an introvert myself and I deal with such gatherings not great either. I've pissed off a lot of them with my political views and I can't stand the stupidity of many of them. Fortunately most of the gatherings have been on my side of the family so it's my relatives, not my wife's, who can't stand me.

Nice job detailing the Jeep though.

Well I've been warned. Thanks for looking out.


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