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Old 05-26-2015, 08:01 PM   #41
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I know I'm fat. All the other Americans I know are fat.

WAIT.

YOU DON'T LIVE IN AN IGLOO?
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Old 05-26-2015, 08:10 PM   #42
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<br />YOU DON'T LIVE IN AN IGLOO?
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<br />This is also news to me.
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Old 05-26-2015, 08:27 PM   #43
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<p>No no no Alaskans live in igloos, Canadians live in Zambonis. &nbsp;</p>
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Old 05-26-2015, 08:30 PM   #44
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Sorry but thats a stupid way to think .. We live like you guys not in igloo ...
</p><p>I call bullshit! I'm from Southwestern Ontario and I live in an igloo year-round.</p>
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Old 05-26-2015, 09:52 PM   #45
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<p></p><p>I call bullshit! I'm from Southwestern Ontario and I live in an igloo year-round.</p>
How about drinking milk out of a bag? That is the true sign of a Canadaland.
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Old 05-26-2015, 10:31 PM   #46
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Yep milk is in bag xd and i don't live in a igloo , i live in a tepee
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So because i'm canadian i am a cat-lover ... Does that mean that all american are all fat ??
Sorry but thats a stupid way to think .. We live like you guys not in igloo ...
No, you're a French Canadian. Huge difference. Are you saying that you're not a cat lover? Isn't that grounds for a ban, not just for this forum, but from Quebec?
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I'm sorry but i dont understand the last thing
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Old 05-26-2015, 10:42 PM   #49
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'Murica cats igloos McDonalds guns and airplanes with cheese potatoes and gravy with cats and turbos.

We are all friends.
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Old 05-26-2015, 10:50 PM   #50
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I'm sorry but i dont understand the last thing
It is a joke based on common American perceptions of the French (and most non-French Canadians I know).
All that really matters at this point is; do you like cats?
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Maathhh, cat-lover = goodness on this forum. It was not an insult.
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Old 05-26-2015, 10:59 PM   #52
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Well they are not my favorite animal, and i'm allegic
To them so ... Dogs are much better
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I'm sorry guys , in french expression are really different here :s i do my best to understand the meaning of your expression.
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How about drinking milk out of a bag? That is the true sign of a Canadaland.
</p><p>milk in bags all day. it's like sucking it right out of the cow.... wait.... whaaaaat?!?</p>
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Serious question: why don't we milk horses?

We milk cows, sheep, goats, and probably some other large mammals that I've overlooked. Horses are just as common as, and much larger than, sheep and goats, so you'd think that the economics of breeding them for milk would be just as viable.

And yet I've never eaten horse cheese.
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what about milking cats?
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Serious question: why don't we milk horses?

We milk cows, sheep, goats, and probably some other large mammals that I've overlooked. Horses are just as common as, and much larger than, sheep and goats, so you'd think that the economics of breeding them for milk would be just as viable.

And yet I've never eaten horse cheese.
Horse milk actually is drank in some parts of the world and is sometimes even fermented to make airag or kumis.
Presumably it is not consumed by western countries due to the small quantities produced per pound of body mass. Horse breeds used primarily for milk production simply haven't been developed in the same way that cows and goats have.
It could also be attributed to preferences in flavor or an unwillingness to drink milk from an animal with cultural significance or pet status.
In addition, horses have a very long pregnancy period (nearly a year) which limits the milk production time.
Regardless, it is not uncommon in some Asian nations and regions in Russia to drink horse milk.


Source: I grew up on a horse farm.

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Oh man... It's been a couple months away from the forum but I came back as I always do and will... anyway I see "turbo 1.6 ??"

Thoughts:

1) Same stupid questions I guess they will infinitely come.
2) This should be a quality read
3) Hmmm this dude didn't get raped by everyone
4) If this dude does search for 1.6 turbo he will find more threads like his then actual build threads.
5)He will find even more threads that tell him to swap motors xD and lots of posts by brain saying what a limp dick his 1.6 is...

Thread wasn't what I thought it would be. I'm so proud of everyone for being so mature.

Advice to OP: Just as 18psi has mentioned several times (he has mentioned it several times for good reason). Take your time, read, and educate yourself. I know you are turbo in hand and anxious. That's cool you're excited but you will feel so much more confident and have a massively better time and experience with patience. Highly recommend dealing with someone like fm and spending the extra $1000 or more. If you have to save an extra 6 months or whatever it is worth the wait. You will get to spend a lot more time driving your car then staring at it parked
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You don't like cats? **** you.
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