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Slammed Ms B

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Just got back Ms. B from her latest upgrade, slammed her to the floor. I can adjust her up with a twist of knob for bumpy road, bud she just picked up some extra swag!

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You misspelled Mr. 

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The only female you have ever slammed in your existence.

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see the other half...

 

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So now when you sit in it, sparks will fly when you are going down the road. Good job! And unless you have really really low profile tires on your dads car, you might be getting new tires every 2,000 miles from the rub, so keep it as high as it will go.

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you know you fat fug....you get more and more stupid with every post you write here....can you translate that first attempt at dribble? 

 

 

actually...never mind...nobody gives a fug really.  That car will be bouncing a lot I assume...if it goes up and down every time you twist your knob...I have a feeling you do a lot of that!

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you know you fat fug....you get more and more stupid with every post you write here...

 

Bottom line any car Alice sits in is immediately slammed.

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"Pork Steer" was created to describe Alice while driving:

 

 

 

The tendency of a car to turn left (right in RHD cars) when being driven by a fatty. The driver's extreme weight causes the left side suspension to sag, making the car naturally turn left. 
Although this can be a benefit if you normally make left turns, right hand turns will be negatively affected by the weight imbalance. 

This effect is similar to torque steer, a similar effect found in FWD cars and caused by driveshaft differences. 
Unlike torque steer, pork steer can be found in cars of any engine/drivewheel layout, as long as the driver is a fat fug.

 

 

How to recognize a vehicle driven by Alice.

 

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awesome. i bet that is so much better than having friends

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Why is there a car in your bedroom of your moms house?

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