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I know you, I know you've seen her; she's a sad tomato, she's three miles of bad road.
Penis. Invented, apparently, by Salvador Dalí who used it frequently; possibly Grace Jones picked it up directly from him when she wrote Pull Up To The Bumper.
"Pull up to my bumper baby, in your long black limousine ...pull up to my bumper baby, and drive it in between...shine your mean machine at me, I've got to blow your horn...".
1. (noun) A motorcycle falling under the class: "sport bike". Traditionally used in motorcycle racing because of their high performance, crotch rockets are instantly recognizable due to the fact that the engine is completely covered by the body of the bike, and the operator looks as though he is "riding a rocket". Visualize a person sitting horizontally on a rocket flying through the air, now imagine that rocket is slowly becoming a motorcycle, but the rider maintains that "rocket riding" position. Now stop using your imagination and you have the visual of a crotch rocket. They're fucking gay. Unless you are using them for racing, you should not be riding one.
Most likely the rider is a complete douchebag who spent too much money on some Japanese piece of shit so he can weave through busy traffic and piss people off. Basically the sole cause of the bad stigma attached to motorcyclists, because of their disproportionally high accident rate and jackass driving habits.
"A Kawasaki Ninja is a crotch rocket."
"Dude I borrowed my buddy's crotch rocket to go to _____________ last week, I went 300 miles in two hours down the interstate. Good thing I didn't hit a rock on the road. Did I mention I cut off at least sixty people and caused three accidents in my wake?"
Orlando seats in Orange County Florida. It hopes to be like the real important OC at west but it's not nearly half as interesting as the one in Virginia or Vermont. It does nothing to make that a reality except increasing taxes and tolls so the county commissioners can live and travel in luxury all at taxpayers cost.more...
Here are a few interesting and accurate facts about this dust ball of a town in case you have plans to move here.
People can't drive at all. They switch lanes with no signals, cut you off then slow down. Will exceed the speed limits by 20-miles or above than posted looking like the running of the bulls with their cars in the mornings and afternoons. It's like they all share one half functional brain which some days works good others is a dud.
House values are in the dumb.
Everyone is a snitch. They won't welcome you or even say hello to you but they sure will snitch on you on anything they can come up with.
"Neighbors" rather call the county code enforcement on you after 24-hours of you first moving-in with your U-Haul and PODS still park in your driveway than give you the welcome.
Wal-Mart is full of uneducated idiots driving clunkers. While Target is full with more uneducated idiots driving Euro trash Audi and BMW.
People can't drive... Oh I mentioned that already.... my bad.
The current county mayor and head honcho of the Transit Authority Richard "Double Dipping" Crotty is one of the biggest thieves in the city. While city mayor Buddy Dyer is a clo...
Hummer: An SUV which comes in three models:
H1: used by military and Arnold; its huge like Arnold and only gets around 8 miles to a gallon or about the same gas mileage as Chevy duelly pickup
H2: The most popular civilian model. It is full time 4 wheel drive and can ford 2 feet of water at speed. It gets about 12-16 MPG, which is comparable in mileage to a chevy 2500, ford f-250 or a chevy avalanch
H3: The smallest hummer in the GMC line up. This truck comes with a choice of two engines: A 5 cylinder or the V-8. While the 5 cylinder is adequete, the V-8 Alpha model is superb at towing. The H3 is based on the colorado truck body and gets between 16 and 20 miles per gallon. The H3 can do everything off road that that H2 can do but with better mileage. The H3 gas mileage compares with an average america pickup truck like the chevy colorado, or ford f 150.
1. That hummer H1 is so big, Arnold carries all his weight lifting equipement with him when he is on the road.
2. That Hummer H2 gets about the same gas mileage as a chevy avalanche.
3. The Hummer H3 is a nice ride with decent gas mileage; its too bad people stereotype the H3 with the H1.
n. A relatively new term used to describe many passenger vehicles that are high and have a "rugged" appearance.more...
the first SUVs were simply pickup trucks that had rear seats and a permanent roof in back in place of the truck bed- a step beyond the simple "camper shell." More sophisticated SUVs eventually got their own body styles, although most were still based on a pickup chassis. SUVs were manufactured mainly by the US, although the British made some as well, such as Land Rover.
Following a large increase in popularity around the turn of the century, SUVs began to flood the market. every car company had one, if not multiple, models of SUV. Foreign companies are in on the market as well, most notably the Japanese, and most recently some of the German car companies, such as Porsche and Volkswagen. with the newer models, there are basically three categories:
The "real" SUV- a vehicle that has not lost its roots as an offroader. included in this group the Hummer H1, Chevy Trailblazer, and most Land Rover vehicles. To a lesser extent, the Ford Explorer, Chevy Tahoe/GMC Yukon, and Dodge Durango also fall under this classification.
The "Behemoth"- these SUVs are emormous... in fact, they are so large that taking them offroad is usually a bad idea. The Chevy Suburban (aka the GMC Yukon XL) is a household name and was the prime example of this type of vehicle for many years until Ford unveiled the even larger Excursion. Ford's Expedition is also in this category, an...