Gonna try to keep a long story short.
Basically I told my GF in the past I don’t like fake boobs and wouldn’t date someone who did. She kept bringing it up and I always said the same thing and she was okay with it.
Well then a few weeks ago her mom gave her a bunch of money and she went ahead and got the surgery anyways. Which is fine, it’s her body, but I also have the right to not want to be with her because of it.
So I broke up with her while seeing her at her place and told her why and she freaked out and started crying and tried to hug me (which she’s not even supposed to do because of the surgery).
She then turned 180 and started calling me a misogynist and an asshole for not being okay with it and basically said if I broke up with her it basically is the same as violence against women which was just such an egregious statement I almost laughed. But she was being completely serious.
I then walked out because she just wouldn’t leave me alone but accidentally left my walle... keep reading on reddit ➡
Edit: I’m in PA
First off.. I’m shocked this user name was available. Second off, I never saw myself posting here, as I’m sure most don’t, but I’m glad you all are here.
So, a week ago, I parked in my friends driveway, and noticed oil all over the driveway when I went to leave. Confused, I popped my hood, and checked the oil to see it was barley on the dip stick. Shocked, I then look over at my coolant reservoir to see it not only contains oil, but enough oil that the spill came from the overflow of my coolant reservoir. Not good. I start googling, and see this actually seems to be not too uncommon, and usually results from a cracked oil cooler. This made sense to me as I had seen no overheating or performance issues that would usually accompany a blow head gasket. So I made an appointment with the “experts” in the area, read not my usual dealer.
Yesterday was the day of my appointment, and I bring the car in. I tell them I’ve had to add 3 and a half quarts of oil this week, and bel... keep reading on reddit ➡
So backstory: I grew up in La Crosse WI, a semi-small city with a low crime rate (at least back in the day when I was 14). It was such a quiet nice city that almost nobody locked their doors, people would say hi to each other on the street, you could pretty much go to anyone’s house for dinner and your parents wouldn’t be too nervous about it, etc.
And you could walk home by yourself at night from your middle school basketball game without fear. Which is what I was doing this particular night.
It had been a long game and went later than normal, and my parents had to both work in the morning so they didn’t go (which was fine, they went to all my other games) so they could get to bed early. It was an 8 minute walk from my middle school to my house, so there were no concerns about my safety.
So I’m walking right? I’m wearing a pink sweater and jeans over my basketball jersey, my hair is a sweaty mess, but I was in a good mood because it was a good game. So I was walking in a... keep reading on reddit ➡
I drive a Jeep Commander now. I absolutely hate it so much. It’s not much per month but the rate the repairs come in at and how much they cost are ridiculous and not even close to being worth it. I’m interested in the is350 F-Sport and know about them and know what id be getting into if i were to own one. On the other hand, they’re impossible to find and Jeep Wranglers are not. I’d be willing to stay with a jeep if it was a nice enough 4 door. I have my eye on two sahara’s i’m going to see monday. One is 2013 and the other is 2014. Is a wrangler in the 20k-27k price range or higher usually worth buying? As in lower miles but not like a brand new car. Should i go get a Sahara 4 door or should i wait and find one of these is350 F-Sports????????
I’ve driven a few wranglers and I don’t understand it. My new nickname for it is a rattletrap because of how bad it simply is. The things have more issues than most cars I’ve driven (I’m lucky, so far) and the resale value seems WAY over the top. I mean the gas mileage sucks for a small engine, the one I drove was getting 14 in the city. I have a 7,000 pound 07 suburban that gets 12 in town, but in that I can actually tow and haul 8 people at once. A real truck or SUV (not a crossover) is far more capable in snow than wranglers. I’ve pulled endless amount of people out of ditches, snowbanks, mud pits and off frozen lakes. Also how many videos have we all seen of wranglers snapping axles and diffs online? Don’t get me wrong ones that have upgraded suspension and drivetrain, yea those are damn good off-road. I got a buddy of mine who had a custom diff made for his 35’s, he split it open by trying to pull a hatchback out of the snow. To fix it he told me it cost him 10 GRAND!
For me the... keep reading on reddit ➡
He knew they were friends, Eric even picked her up at her house, in that car. How could Tony think this was a good idea? Why he didn't just sell the damn thing? Even Carm was like "....jesus tony".
In fact after the fight with Meadow about the car, he says "I'll sell it to pussy!", so he actually thought Meadow would be cool with it lol
My sister bought her daughter a barbie jeep 5 years ago (the kind kids can get in and drive). Her daughter played with it, got bored and then my sister took it to my parents house where its sat in their basement for the past 5 years (where all junk goes to die)
It went untouched, unthought about, unused and unloved for half a decade.
So in comes me. My daughter is 3 and asked for a barbie jeep. PERFECT! I called my mom, asked if the jeep (thats manifested in her basement) was still working. She said, probably not but PLEASE TAKE IT. So i did. I went and got the old fucker and brought it to come live in my basement. It works, but its still old and junky
My sister catches wind that the jeep is now in my possession and loses her shit. She demands i pay her $200 for it. I tell her im not going to do that because
So I’ve had an issue with my EcoDiesel, and the dealer I’m at has been far from helpful. While I’ve gotten advice on the whole, one thing hasn’t made sense.. crystallized sludge
A week ago, my coolant reservoir started to fill up with oil. To the point where it now leaks out of the over flow. I brought it in suggesting it was an oil cooler, and those seemed pretty common on my motor, and I’ve had no symptoms of a head gasket. They’re saying it’s toast via sludge, and crystallized sludge at that. They’re trying to tell me I severely overheated my motor, and that’s what’s going on. It’s simply not true, but we will sort that out in time.
So, /r/cars, this is my first post to you all. What can you tell me about crystallized sludge? Should I have them check my turning signal fluid also, or is this for real? My tech friends think it’s a bad joke, but I’m looking for a wider opinion
Sinto que quando vão comprar um Jeep Renegade, os vendedores aplicam um teste pra saber se você dirige bem. Se você passa, te recomendam outra marca. Se você falha no teste, te vendem um Renegade com prazer.
Não sei se é por causa dos inúmeros pontos cegos que aquela merda tem (aliás, que design horrendo. Parece que deixaram um Uno 2012 apodrecendo na água e quando já tava bem inchado copiaram pra fazer o Renegade), mas todo motorista dessa bosta dirige como se não houvesse ninguém mais no trânsito além deles.
"Ah, mas sempre tem motorista assim! Não depende do carro!" - você diz. E você está certo. O Renegade é a exceção da regra. O carro inteiro é feito pra atrair motoristas péssimos: um exemplo perfeito são as setas traseiras, que são difíceis de ver a noite - foda-se, o motorista do Renegade não vai usar mesmo.
Quanto aos pontos cegos? Aparentemente tem sensores em todo canto informando ao motorista as aproximações. Foda-se, o motorista do Renegade não vai prestar atenção nos se... keep reading on reddit ➡
So I bought a 2015 Jeep Wrangler 2 door soft top back in February. It was a step up from my Subaru Forester. At first I really loved it, it was high up off the ground, it killed it through snow, gas mileage was actually better, and I can take my doors and roof off (how cool!). But after having owned it for a few months and several thousand miles later I think I’ve concluded I don’t like it. and yes I know it’s a Jeep, not a car, or a truck, or an suv. But it’s terrible to drive on the highway and with speeds in excess of 70mph. It feels like I’m always having to move my steering wheel back in forth like I’m pretending to drive in an old tv show. It is noisy to drive in even at low speeds. The storage is atrocious. I have a hard time trying to fit my groceries in it never mind any real cargo. And sometimes I just don’t feel like waving but I feel like a total douchebag if I don’t.
While yes this is a terrible rant and I sound like a brat I won’t take away from the fun I have had in... keep reading on reddit ➡