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Old 01-26-2011, 11:51 PM
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Perhaps it's time to start a definition of terms of thread:

Koosered - the art of havng been schooled/instructed by a spouse/significant other or...; i.e. spouse or significant other strongly suggests that you forgo an upgrade/or improvement in order to **** on your parade.
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Old 01-27-2011, 12:08 AM
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I will return to these with definitions tomorrow:

P!G - an official term for Cayenne as per PCNA
Larry - Lewis sleeps with his widow
Russia - P!Gs' retirement destination of choice

Koosered in a sentence - "Wife won, exhaust gone. I got koosered"
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Old 01-27-2011, 08:24 AM
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How about some write-ins?

Frod: a waaay over-modded Cayenne, usually with neon;
Piggyvan: V6;
Cay-end: the Lexus/Hyundai posterior of the newest model;
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Old 01-27-2011, 08:48 AM
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Originally Posted by cab&coupe View Post
Koosered - the art of havng been schooled/instructed by a spouse/significant other or...; i.e. spose or significant other strongly suggests that you forgo an upgrade/or improvement in order to **** on your parade.
Use it in a sentence; provide etymology where the origin is obscure.
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Old 01-27-2011, 09:06 AM
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Perhaps ltc or madfox can give us the definition and recipe for Purplesaurus Rex?
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Old 01-27-2011, 09:18 AM
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Originally Posted by wirunner View Post
Perhaps ltc or madfox can give us the definition and recipe for Purplesaurus Rex?
Request denied.

Only the Official Forum Bartender knows the recipe to recreate the Official Forum Drink....

And besides, he would remind folks to

STFF

Now, no A506 Cowboy Belt Buckle for you ... Go sit in your Cayenne until the coolant pipes crack....
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:43 AM
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"!" Batsignal.
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The greatest Kool-Aid flavor ever invented.
I still get kind of recalling when they stopped making it....a sad day indeed.
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Let's not forget Hawaii - Five - O and Mount Diamondhead ... those were some good images from the past.
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Originally Posted by Divot View Post
"!" Batsignal.
who would have thought a simple little "!" would end up the way it did ...
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LTC'ed - The post that appears immediately following a thread that starts with:
Hi, I just bought a used Cayenne......

In a sentence: Man, we never saw that newbie again after he was LTC'ed

Slang version: Wow, that poor guy was larried!


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Cliff diving - buying a used, out of warranty P!G
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Originally Posted by Shawn Stanford View Post
Use it in a sentence; provide etymology where the origin is obscure.
See post #2... I loved the throaty exhaust note of my new Fabspeed system but sold it after only a couple of weeks after I was Koosered by my shorty... who complained that it was way too loud.
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Originally Posted by Marc Gelefsky View Post
LTC'ed - The post that appears immediately following a thread that starts with:
Hi, I just bought a used Cayenne......

In a sentence: Man, we never saw that newbie again after he was LTC'ed

Slang version: Wow, that poor guy was larried!


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Cliff diving - buying a used, out of warranty P!G
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LTC: Our forum moderator; also an acronym for "Loves The Cayenne"
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