3 things you love (&hate) about your current wheels

The most interesting machines are those actually owned by people. Share a picture of your wheels and tell us a little bit about why you love it (and what bugs you most about it). Let's get to know each other a bit, shall we?

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Neil Neil 15 hours ago
My daily is a 2002 Lexus IS200 Sport Aero. Bought it as I needed to take my Vw Corrado G60 off the road to fit Air Ride Suspension. I love the looks, the quality and the value for…
Deborah Allen Deborah Allen 13 minutes ago

Does my husbands 1970 Dodge Charger count? I love to hate that car and hate to love that car depending on the day. He did an amazing job restoring it, but ever fricking time we drive it we get stopped by the police. I don't know if they stop us because it is a muscle car and they automatically assume it is illegal or just to get a closer look at it, but it is annoying. For 35 years now I have been threatening to sell it for $100.

chemistocrat chemistocrat 2 hours ago

I love my car. 2012 Kia Optima SX 2.0T. It's the first and only car I've ever bought brand new, and if I could go back, I'd buy it again.

I love customizing cars and really making them "mine", so I've done quite a bit to it cosmetically, but it was a great car out of the box. Affordable, great warranty, amazing value and equipment for the money, and fun to drive (way more fun now that it has an aftermarket suspension). Plus, it is, or at least could be if I didn't have a foot like a cinder block, good on gas to boot.

Things I don't like about it? I guess getting teased about owning a Kia gets rather old, but joke's on the joke teller, because if you haven't been paying attention, Kia/Hyundai has been putting out some pretty great cars recently. Other than that, it could be quieter. That's really about it as far as major complaints go.

I drive about 80 miles total every day, and I've got exactly 70,000 miles on the car now, all issue free. I enjoy driving it so much that I'll still just cruise around on the weekends just for something to do.

Really really Steve Really really Steve an hour ago

love 1) it's paid for 2) room for fat ppl like me 3) it mostly works.
hate 1) it's a 10 yr old pos pontiac tht has had problems since day one
2) each major repair now is getting exponentially more expensive
3) the engineer who designed the engine layout was a total idiot.

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Ask Your Neighbor: Ladies! What on Earth is in Your Purse?

The men in my life usually view my purse as a place of great mystery; sometimes with unfounded fear or trepidation. (Am I really that scary?) I've had men refuse to go into my purse when they were looking for something and had my complete cooperation.

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JoAnn McClellan JoAnn McClellan 21 hours ago
Shameful, but I clean my purse out once a week and always seem to find things that just don't belong in it. One thing I'll say it's pretty awful that I've went out a few times and r…
Susan Rastella Susan Rastella an hour ago

I think the question of what is in a woman's purse is directly related to the age of the woman. For example; a young lady in high school is most likely to carry more cosmetics than a woman that is in her sixties. Students will naturally carry a notebook of some sorts along with a textbook or two. It is probably a good guess that many women within child bearing age (20-35 according to many sources) will use their purse as an alternative to a diaper bag. The mother will then be overloaded with snacks (age appropriate), cleaning and washing products, along with a diaper and maybe change of clothing. Now this might also occur in older women as they become grandparents but not to the excess of young mothers. Career women, however, have much more complicated needs of a purse. Sometimes it is a briefcase, laptop/tablet case, or other office related carry all. Many women in business will have a phone (or two) along with the soon to be extinct Daytimer. Seniors and early-retired women might find more project and craft items in their purse along with a handful of medications, cosmetics and a good book. Truly, women change their purses with their needs and often age determines their role and the role of their handbags,

gonzomatic gonzomatic 5 hours ago

I make my woman and her friends carry all my condoms in their purses

Citygirl Citygirl 3 hours ago

Not as much as Anna's..... hahahha

Current Status: Doppelgänger....do you have one?

The other day, Shane Michael's mentioned I looked like someone I had never heard of, nor had ever been told I look like before, but I took it and then gave him the ones I DO get. And I get them very…

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