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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-29-2005, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
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Need some help

I need a full custom paint job onthe harley, an addition on my house, a turbo installed on my infiniti and a complete landscaping job and underground sprinkiler system job. I'd be willing to supply the beer if someone could do all this for me.



Just kidding, I just laugh my ass off at how many posts I see where everyone wants to just pay in beer for major work done. Like I cant afford beer




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*starts rattling the spraypaint cans*

where do you want me to start on the harley?

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What model Infiniti? I'll do the turbo for ya.

























Actually I'll just take it out & pretend its got turbo! Won't cost 'ya either!

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ya sure you don't want to put a turbo on the harley and custom paint the infinity? I mean ya might as well get your beers worth

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I have dozen of half full rattle cans.....I have always wanted to paint a Harley

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I have dozen of half full rattle cans.....I have always wanted to paint a Harley
latex and a good brush will work just fine....

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latex and a good brush will work just fine....



what does latex have to do with it?

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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-29-2005, 07:29 PM
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what does latex have to do with it?
No, no, pay attention. He's saying that, if you want to "paint your Harley", you need to put your "latex" into a "really good brush."

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You could always pray that one day you'll come home on lunch and find a sprinkler crew tearing up your yard cause they have the wrong house. As far as the harley goes you might want a paint job with lots of movement so it looks fast even though your getting passed by all the sport bikes.
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...you need to put your "latex" into a "really good bush."
I prefer mine shaven, but bush could work...

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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-30-2005, 09:24 AM
 
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I got the turbo!!

I have the perfect turbo for the infinity. right off a 500 HP diesel. gaurunteed to produce 36 pounds of boost preasure!!

question is can you afford to burn the fuel!
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