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Author Topic: Review: Driving Shoes  (Read 52004 times)

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Offline GXPinKC

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Re: Review: Driving Shoes
« Reply #175 on: September 18, 2011, 12:03:33 PM »
Actually, your parents didn't want to tell you, but you were  born with it in your other end.
They quickly removed it and put it your mouth.
Sorry to be bearer of bad news, but at least now you know why that spoon always tasted like crap.

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Well stated indeed elff!  As some of you may be aware this thread is so old that if you go back to the first post on the thread you will find indeed that Ben L and lil goat were guest's on the forum, this post being number 175, quite a run indeed!  And, even now, at this date we are still in the mist of trying to figure it out!!!  That only means that we drive our Kappa's a lot and prefer everything from sandals, boots, sneakers, tongs, and driving shoes for the best comfort and wear.  We still have not figured it out completely!  How insane indeed is that.  Just shows that we all love our Kappa's and indeed want to be comfortable in them, now the forum does not allow nudity, indeed and that would not be appropriate but that does allow for shorts or briefs, but let's see, when you are in Texas you do as the natives do and drive with cowboy boots cause they indeed are broken in and comfortable.  It's what floats your boat and and where you hail from that figures into the equation!  The thread is very informational and intuitive and goes back to the eons...Please continue the thread...:usa:
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Code 1100, Order#KCPDVV 04-28-2006, Delivery: 12-27-2006 

2007 Aggressive GXP, 5-speed, Ebony Leather seats w red accent stitching, Chrome Wheels, Air, 6-Disc, Monsoon, Sport Metallic Pedals & Premium Headliner.

MSRP $30,300 less $1,000 GMMC credit.  Deal: $28,180. ($2,120 under MSRP).

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Offline EarthNTX

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Re: Review: Driving Shoes
« Reply #176 on: September 18, 2011, 12:24:07 PM »
 :yay: We love to have fun, eh? ;)
Ride it like you mean it.

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Re: Review: Driving Shoes
« Reply #177 on: September 20, 2011, 07:41:52 AM »
Size 15B impressive indeed :thumbs:

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Re: Review: Driving Shoes
« Reply #178 on: September 20, 2011, 08:32:04 AM »
Great restrain Kenny
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