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Bullman
04-05-2012, 12:28
For years you have wanked about toilet seat position. You acuse us of not being thoughtful. I don't know how many times I have walked out to the vehicle that I normally drive to find the seat crammed up against the steering wheel so I can't even get in. So.....


Adjust my seat, and I might adjust yours.:whistling:

CJStudent
04-05-2012, 12:33
:goodpost:

Dinky
04-05-2012, 12:35
For years you have wanked about toilet seat position. You acuse us of not being thoughtful. I don't know how many times I have walked out to the vehicle that I normally drive to find the seat crammed up against the steering wheel so I can't even get in. So.....


Adjust my seat, and I might adjust yours.:whistling:


Pushing your luck a little........:whistling:

Hawkeye16
04-05-2012, 12:36
Haha. Very nice. I think I might have to use this one...


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smokin762
04-05-2012, 14:30
:thumbsup::perfect10::number1:

tous
04-05-2012, 15:47
Tell it, brother!
Tell it!

Bullman
04-05-2012, 17:31
Pushing your luck a little........:whistling:

How so great one? I don't think the Mrs. peruses here very often, unless it is at my direction.

kcb
04-05-2012, 18:49
For years you have wanked about toilet seat position. You acuse us of not being thoughtful. I don't know how many times I have walked out to the vehicle that I normally drive to find the seat crammed up against the steering wheel so I can't even get in. So.....


Adjust my seat, and I might adjust yours.:whistling:

It is not ME of which you speak. It is my routine to ALWAYS move my car seat all the way back before exiting my own car.

EVEN when I get back in my OWN car, I will injure my neck by bumping my head because I have to move the seat pretty far up to drive. So, I don't only do it should my husband drive...but for my own "precaution" as well.

(My parents probably taught me to do that when I began driving. I am a petite lady...not sure where I get it...my mother is a tall lady.) :dunno:

smith10
04-05-2012, 23:07
:highfive: :cow:

Blast
04-06-2012, 00:21
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BabyTaz
04-06-2012, 07:05
:okie:

smith10
04-06-2012, 07:29
:okie:

:wavey:

Bullman
04-06-2012, 10:31
:okie:

It is easy for you to throw your brick, the seat on a Harley is not adjustable. :tongueout:

smith10
04-06-2012, 11:09
It is easy for you to throw your brick, the seat on a Harley is not adjustable. :tongueout:

:highfive:

I was thinking as tall as Codive is.....:supergrin:

Bullman
04-06-2012, 11:42
He probably sits on a phone book, lol

Dinky
04-07-2012, 14:10
How so great one? I don't think the Mrs. peruses here very often, unless it is at my direction.



Oh, now you tell her what to do???



Just hope you get to the mail before she does.....:rofl:

smith10
04-07-2012, 15:31
Oh, now you tell her what to do???



Just hope you get to the mail before she does.....:rofl:

If it's from T:supergrin:ehas, BURN IT BULL!!!!!

smith10
04-07-2012, 15:33
If it's from T:supergrin:ehas, BURN IT BULL!!!!!

:wouldjalookatdat,myTehashasasmilieinit::dunno::supergrin:

Bullman
04-07-2012, 18:42
:dunno:
Howdjamanagetodothat?

CJStudent
04-07-2012, 18:45
:ittakestalent:

kirgi08
04-07-2012, 19:06
:who:supergrin:knows:

RWBlue
04-07-2012, 19:23
For years you have wanked about toilet seat position. You acuse us of not being thoughtful. I don't know how many times I have walked out to the vehicle that I normally drive to find the seat crammed up against the steering wheel so I can't even get in. So.....


Adjust my seat, and I might adjust yours.:whistling:

It is not just women, it is short people in general.

I don't mind adjusting the mirrors just bashing my knees on work vehicles is going to get the a workers comp claim one of these days.

smith10
04-07-2012, 19:47
:dunno:
Howdjamanagetodothat?

:dunno::embarassed:

smith10
04-07-2012, 19:49
:who:supergrin:knows:

:rofl::whistling:

smith10
04-07-2012, 19:50
It is not just women, it is short people in general.

I don't mind adjusting the mirrors just bashing my knees on work vehicles is going to get the a workers comp claim one of these days.

I really like it when the seat is so far forward that it's hard to get to the release to move it back.:steamed:

smith10
04-07-2012, 19:51
:ItotallyOkiefiedthisthread:

Free Radical
04-07-2012, 20:07
I'm not adverse to showing a lady a courtesy and lowering the set before I leave the room. Just takes a second, but i'm human too and I might forget from time to time. It so happens that there was this one gal the would read me the riot act if her seat wasn't in place when the feeling moved her. I would hear about it every time there was the slightest failure on my part to insure that her highness was fully prepared when she entered the drop zone. That's how I got into the habit of lowering both seats when I leave the room. Makes things a little more equal like.