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go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .
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Am I the only one who clicked on this thread looking for pics of a Brazilian wax? What a fuckin' let down.
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I'm not into the whole drifting thing, so I have some questions. Are these special tires made for this type of stuff, I mean wouldn't a regular tire wear out quickly and blow out under these extremes they are put through? I mean, i know they are not regular street tires, but are these tires even beefier than normal tires? I would imagine that the hard braking and practically doing nothing but smoke the tires the entire time would wear them out in no time flat. I'm sure there's been some premature tire failure due to the trashing they receive, no?

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I'm not into the whole drifting thing, so I have some questions. Are these special tires made for this type of stuff, I mean wouldn't a regular tire wear out quickly and blow out under these extremes they are put through? I mean, i know they are not regular street tires, but are these tires even beefier than normal tires? I would imagine that the hard braking and practically doing nothing but smoke the tires the entire time would wear them out in no time flat. I'm sure there's been some premature tire failure due to the trashing they receive, no?
there are special drift tires but they dont have more rubber to my knowledge, its more like for colored tire smoke

the tires are generally a high end race type tire for the pro guys which in themselves are meatier than a everyway street tire
the tires dont last very long at all




cat.. why go to brazil? our southern neighbor mexico has all of the above, beaches, mountains, drug wars

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cat.. why go to brazil? our southern neighbor mexico has all of the above, beaches, mountains, drug wars
...but less Brazilian hotties. Question: answered!


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Am I the only one who clicked on this thread looking for pics of a Brazilian wax? What a fuckin' let down.
I would imagine that those pics C2M posted contain Brazilian waxes. The scarier thought is that the ones that Shelly posted probably do too!

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I'm not into the whole drifting thing, so I have some questions. Are these special tires made for this type of stuff, I mean wouldn't a regular tire wear out quickly and blow out under these extremes they are put through? I mean, i know they are not regular street tires, but are these tires even beefier than normal tires? I would imagine that the hard braking and practically doing nothing but smoke the tires the entire time would wear them out in no time flat. I'm sure there's been some premature tire failure due to the trashing they receive, no?
Unless its a corp sponsored car most drifters use junk tires since they are gonna get roasted anyway. The only special tires are for colored smoke. Reg tires are actually pretty good at taking this kind of abuse. You'll go through a set in 1 day easily depending on how much you smoke em. There is drifting without completely tearing the tires apart. All depends on the car/power and speed of the drift. This guy is obv doing 2nd/3rd gear pulls so he is smoking em nice. On an avg drift car, you're not going that hardcore.

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