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    That's shocking.

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    photoshopped!

    Theres no shadow from the 2x4's. wouldnt surprise me to see someone actually do that tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo View Post
    photoshopped!

    Theres no shadow from the 2x4's. wouldnt surprise me to see someone actually do that tho.
    Look across the guys right shoulder.
    That pictures been around a long time.

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    Looking at that picture, only 2 words come to mind........Darwin Award
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    woah woah woah you guys are looking at it all wrong. It's actually a redneck trap. Its exactly like the traps on the cartoons with the box held up with a stick. What they do is they leave a beer and a welder in there. The redneck cannot resist this combination. Redneck goes in, car comes down, and you've caught yourself a redneck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 95CTburb19 View Post
    woah woah woah you guys are looking at it all wrong. It's actually a redneck trap. Its exactly like the traps on the cartoons with the box held up with a stick. What they do is they leave a beer and a welder in there. The redneck cannot resist this combination. Redneck goes in, car comes down, and you've caught yourself a redneck.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 95CTburb19 View Post
    woah woah woah you guys are looking at it all wrong. It's actually a redneck trap. Its exactly like the traps on the cartoons with the box held up with a stick. What they do is they leave a beer and a welder in there. The redneck cannot resist this combination. Redneck goes in, car comes down, and you've caught yourself a redneck.
    I'd have to agree
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    What is wrong with that. I work on my truck like that all of the time, it makes it so much easier. LOL J/K That is a pretty funy picture though



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    Quote Originally Posted by 95CTburb19 View Post
    woah woah woah you guys are looking at it all wrong. It's actually a redneck trap. Its exactly like the traps on the cartoons with the box held up with a stick. What they do is they leave a beer and a welder in there. The redneck cannot resist this combination. Redneck goes in, car comes down, and you've caught yourself a redneck.
    I thought that but didnít want to offend our southern membership.


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