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    I've seen a couple of these accessories around Houston in the last six months or so. The first time I had to tailgate the guy because I couldn't tell what it was. I can't wait for my kids to spot one and ask some uncomfortable questions. It's like people who watch porn on their in-car DVD's, very inconsiderate. So yeah, add that to the list of how not to get a date, watch "Debbie Does..." while driving on the interstate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burntbrat View Post
    I've seen a couple of these accessories around Houston in the last six months or so. The first time I had to tailgate the guy because I couldn't tell what it was. I can't wait for my kids to spot one and ask some uncomfortable questions. It's like people who watch porn on their in-car DVD's, very inconsiderate. So yeah, add that to the list of how not to get a date, watch "Debbie Does..." while driving on the interstate.
    Just to clarify...I do and will not have a pair but I think they're cute. LIke booby ice cubes at a bachelor party cute. Not explain to a 3 yr old while fighting traffic why the truck is anatomically correct cute....:nono

    Add this to the list: Unbutton your shirt to expose disgusting chia pet and beer gut. Gross.
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    I just want to reply stfu but i don't as to not give them yarn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lildago View Post
    Oh! My! Who would put that on their vehicle?

    Only every freaking redneck in the south. They are de rigor for trucks, especially if you have the little boy using the bathroom sticker on your back truck window. He's usually peeing on:
    take your pick:
    1). Ford
    2). Chevy
    3) any NASCAR race car number they don't like.


    And I have to say I hate that boy peeing thing. It's so crude.

    And the testicles on the trailer hitch is beyond crude and tacky, its DISGUSTING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedbump View Post
    i'm a bit puzzled. what could be remotely offensive, rude or distracting about asking someone to lunch?
    It was the entire ruse. With the punchline about his WIFE! Thanks for clearing that up for me Callie. Sorry speedbump for the confusion.

    Eww on the trailor hitch! :nono Not fashionable OR macho IMO.

    And I agree, that the little boy peeing isn't that funny either.
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    If it's the same little boy peeing that I'm thinking about, there's actually a story behind it (not about the peeing on a displeasing Nascar number, though). Many moons ago, somewhere in Belgium I believe, a little boy went missing. His parents were distraught, not to mention wealthy, and got the entire town out to look for the lad. His dad vowed to have a statue built of the missing boy in the form of how he would be found. Naturally, he was found peeing in the woods, so voila, a peeing boy statue.

    I used to have a letter opener that my grandfather brought home from Belgium following WWI. Very cute, but couldn't use it in the office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus View Post
    If it's the same little boy peeing that I'm thinking about, there's actually a story behind it (not about the peeing on a displeasing Nascar number, though). Many moons ago, somewhere in Belgium I believe, a little boy went missing. His parents were distraught, not to mention wealthy, and got the entire town out to look for the lad. His dad vowed to have a statue built of the missing boy in the form of how he would be found. Naturally, he was found peeing in the woods, so voila, a peeing boy statue.

    I used to have a letter opener that my grandfather brought home from Belgium following WWI. Very cute, but couldn't use it in the office.

    Yeah, but this isn't a cute little boy peeing. The way its done now is to show your dislike of someone or something else. Nothing cute about that. It's like saying: "I pee on your chevy cause I'm a Ford driving person and your Chevy is so unworthy, that it must be peed on."
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    Isn't the little boy Calvin from the Calvin & Hobbes comic strip?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJane View Post
    Isn't the little boy Calvin from the Calvin & Hobbes comic strip?
    Nearly single one I've seen is Calvin, although sometimes I see a Bevis and/or Butthead one.

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    Okay, it's not the same little lost Belgian lad, then. I'm apparently lucky enough to be living in an area where no one has one of these things (or the dangling truck testes). Either that or I'm blinder than I thought I was.
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