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  1. thatIRISHtruck
    05-15-2011 05:26 PM - permalink
    thatIRISHtruck
    Hahahahaha. Yep, if you see a big blue truck swerving on the road when its raining or already rained, it's probably me trying to hit a puddle.
  2. GatorMedic
    05-15-2011 05:02 PM - permalink
    GatorMedic
    In regards to the picture comment you posted, I actually made my step-dad get out of the truck to take that pic of my truck's first puddle lol. My ex used to search out big puddles just to drive through them. And I was always like "Really? Is it that important that you feel the need to navigate towards puddles?" Then I got my own truck and understood lol
  3. GatorMedic
    04-23-2011 12:33 PM - permalink
    GatorMedic
    No problem. Let me know what you end up getting
  4. thatIRISHtruck
    04-22-2011 10:37 PM - permalink
    thatIRISHtruck
    Oh yeah I got my Ford decals for my ST there which have the real "ND" symbol on them. But that was before they stopped making colleges, which I think is very stupid. I will check them out though again and see what will go well with my truck. Thanks for helping out.
  5. GatorMedic
    04-22-2011 07:47 PM - permalink
    GatorMedic
    I posted this under my photo you commented on but I'm not sure it'll notify you so FYI I got my steering wheel sticker off webxtremes.com. I told the guy what I wanted and sent him a font that I liked. He sent me a few proofs, and I chose the one I liked best. It was only like $6 I think, and it came with like 3-4 of them which is good cause I messed the first one up (put it on off-center). They might not be able to do a ND one cause of copyrights but you should totally get one that says Irish or has a shamrock or something
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