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Old 11-02-05, 10:52 AM
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Smile Cars by profession or hobby

Proctologist= Ford Probe
Chiropactor= Ford Contour
Eye Doctor= Ford Focus
Park Ranger= Subaru Forester
Pyromaniac= Chevy Blazer
Actor= chevy Celebrity
Airline pilot= VW Jetta
Physics teacher= Geo Prism
Spy= Dodge Shadow
Debate moderator= Dodge Challenger
Bird Watcher= Plymouth Roadrunner
Travel Agent= Plymouth Turismo
Musician= Ford Tempo
If y'all can think of others please add them. Don't have too much fun!!!
 
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Old 11-02-05, 11:42 AM
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That's cute...U must be bored...

Pilot = Bentley Continental
Messenger = Ford Courier
Burglar = Ford Escape
Bus Driver = Ford Transit
Interior Designer/Decorator = Hyundai Accent

...me too
 
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Old 11-05-05, 08:32 AM
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Music teacher= Hyundai Sonata
Indian chief= Pontiac? Aztec

Actually I clean a movie theater by myself 6 days a week. It is mindless work so my mind wanders off into strange tangents. This is one of the nicer ones. Most of them are downright evil tangents. My mind can be an interesting place to visit, but you definitely wouldn't want to live there.
 
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Old 11-07-05, 10:05 AM
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Gigolo - Alfa Romeo (Romeo, get it?)
Pest control - Bugatti
Swordfighter - LeSabre
Sailor - Corvette (a little obscure)
Snake Handler - Viper
Archer - Pierce Arrow
Astonomer - Saturn
Solar Scientist - Sunbeam
Entomologist (probably speeled that wrong, an insect guy) - Beetle
Marine Biologist - Barracuda
Maid - Duster
Six Million Dollar Man - Austin Healey (Steve Austin, get it?)
Mountain Climber - Hillman or Mountaineer
Dognapper - DeVille
Driver for a package delivery company - Express
Track and field runner - Sprinter
Nuclear Scientist - Fusion
Park Service worker - Ranger
Cowboy - Wrangler
Pilot - Aviator
Barrelmaker - Cooper (bet nobody thought of THAT one!)
Pepper farmer - Cayenne
Lumberjack - Forester
Bagpipe Player - Highlander
PGA Member - Golf (Duh!)
 
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Old 11-07-05, 01:14 PM
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Indian = Jeep Cherokee
Indian Chief= Jeep Cherokee Chief
Karate teacher= Suzuki Samurai
librarian= Bookmobile ( i know its corny)
Exterminator= Batmobile
 
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Old 11-07-05, 01:42 PM
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Hey Hirsch...sorry about leaving those dirty napkins and popcorn bags and empty cups... I'll through it away next time!...My mind would be wandering too...hope you're not there by yourself...can get spooky!

...back to business...

the_tow_guy: what a great mind you have! Wow!

Oympic runner = Chevy Sprint, Chevy Tracker
Eye Surgeon = Chrysler Laser
Optometrist = Ford Insight
Boxer = Daihatsu Rocky
Fortune teller = Dodge Aries
Pro football player = Dodge Raider
Queen = Ford Crown Victoria
Immigration Services = Honda Passport
Scientist = Saturn Ion

 
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Wow, I am really jealous of all the free time you must have to come up with these lists!
 
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Old 11-07-05, 02:05 PM
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Muahahahahahaha...!Love my job...great boss too since he plays online too. Isn't the internet great?!
 
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Old 11-21-05, 12:07 PM
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Music teacher= Pontiac Vibe
Hunter= VW Rabbit
 
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Old 11-28-05, 07:49 AM
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hey tow guy, you are showing your age with that six million dollar man referrence. bet you could use his ability to spin lug nuts with his bare hand.
 
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Old 11-28-05, 07:59 PM
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My first car was a 1966 Austin-Healy Sprite, long before the $6m Man. Good program if you ignored all the REALLY idiotic premises. My favorite one was when he crash landed in a Cessna somewhere in the S. American jungle and the airplane engine had a busted piston. No problem, he took the engine apart and replaced the piston with one from an old derelict truck sitting in an old barn. But FIRST, of course, he had to make it fit (the truck pistons were bigger than the airplane's), which he accomplished with one of those old foot pedal powered grinding wheels. Uh, yeah, right!
 
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Old 11-30-05, 09:35 AM
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Sounds more like McGiver. Best show ever was High Chaperal with Blue and Monilto
 
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