Girl in a Green Subaru...

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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by COmedic04 » Mon May 05, 2008 10:23 pm

XPLSV wrote:I came back from Breckenridge this weekend thru Fairplay, Hartsel, etc...so I was kind of close to Buena Vista. I kept my eyes open, but alas, no green subaru... :cry:
:lol: Thanks for checkin'!
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by reiwan » Tue May 06, 2008 8:13 am

I was hoping after 6 pages of replies there would have been some good news. Im so dissappointed! :P

good look with the search.
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by Jim Davies » Tue May 06, 2008 9:17 am

Before this thread started, I'd never realized how many green Subarus there are out there....
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by J-RockandRockpile » Tue May 06, 2008 10:00 pm

Jim Davies wrote:Before this thread started, I'd never realized how many green Subarus there are out there....
I'm surprised you never noticed... there everywhere! (not that thats a bad thing)
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by mtnbikir » Tue May 06, 2008 10:07 pm

Not green, but just saw a similar cutie in a blue Subaru with Summit City Tags and a bunch of ski stickers on a yak box on 225. Bump!
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by COmedic04 » Tue May 06, 2008 11:20 pm

mtnbikir wrote:Not green, but just saw a similar cutie in a blue Subaru with Summit City Tags and a bunch of ski stickers on a yak box on 225. Bump!
Apparently, it's a Subaru thing...girl + Subaru = outdoorsy and hot? :wink:
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by fvhayden » Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:49 pm

Maybe these mystery girls in Subarus are playing for the other team. They aren't called Lesba-rus for nothing. :wink:
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by susanjoypaul » Wed Sep 17, 2008 9:24 pm

fvhayden wrote:Maybe these mystery girls in Subarus are playing for the other team. They aren't called Lesba-rus for nothing. :wink:
Or perhaps that’s just something you tell yourself to justify that lonely feeling of rejection when women dismiss you as a narrow-minded, short-sighted dolt, foolish enough to believe a woman’s sexual persuasion may be determined by the make and model of her ride.

Seriously dude, no offense, but that’s the most ridiculous thing I’ve heard all day! Perhaps you meant to express your thoughts in pink – for sarcasm, mind you, unless you also believe you can determine a man’s sexual persuasion by the color of his words?

Besides, everyone knows that real lesbians only drive – oh crap, I can’t tell you – I’m sworn to secrecy by the solemn pledge of the sisterhood of the green Subaru-driving man-lovers, an ancient tribe of female Impreza hatchback owners that hide their true sexuality beneath the covers of their stealthy – what did you call them?
Oh yeah – “Les-barus.” Wink. :wink:

-Susan, proud owner of a green Subaru and avid man-lover since 1960!
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by Greenhouseguy » Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:16 pm

Lesbarus? I remember hearing them referred to as "Lesbian Limousines" once on Will and Grace. My wife is as straight as an arrow, and she's on her third Sooby. She didn't care much for that name. I have a family member who is a lesbian, and she drives a Neon with a bumper sticker on the back that says:

"Sorry I Missed Church, I've been Busy Practicing Witchcraft and Becoming a Lesbian."

We have some lovely discussions over dinner at my house...every time the phone rings, I'm afraid that it's Jerry Springer.
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by MUni Rider » Thu Sep 18, 2008 2:05 am

Greenhouseguy wrote:.... I have a family member who is a lesbian, and she drives a Neon with a bumper sticker on the back that says:

"Sorry I Missed Church, I've been Busy Practicing Witchcraft and Becoming a Lesbian."

We have some lovely discussions over dinner at my house...every time the phone rings, I'm afraid that it's Jerry Springer.

Next time just skip the small talk and tell her to bring over some friends... :lol:

My Ex girlfriend drove a suby. Not a lesbian.

My Ex wife drove a Jeep Cherokee. Bi/Lesbian. Look out for non-cowgirls in 4x4s who play rugby and are strippers. Big tip off. Oh yeah, and we put the SAME bumper sticker on the Jeep.

I'm kinda hoping the next one drives a Porsche just to spice things up. (how much camping gear can you fit in a Porsche)... I'll be sure to start a thread on what trailheads I can drive it to if this ever happens. :mrgreen:
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by grizz » Thu Sep 18, 2008 2:43 pm

I’m a proud owner of a blue Outback, avid women lover since 1976. I’m now married so let me rephrase – I’m a proud owner of a blue Outback, loving my wife for 5 years.
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Re: Girl in a Green Subaru...

Post by susanjoypaul » Thu Sep 18, 2008 5:05 pm

Perfect :D

Thanks guys… …now that the secret’s out, I guess one of us should start keeping score. It goes like this:
  • Neon = Lesbian
    Jeep Cherokee = Bisexual (women only though – not sure what bisexual men drive)
    Subaru = Avid lover of the opposite sex, sometimes even married to said member!
    Unicycle = MUni Rider (rare, cycle-sexual subspecies found only at high altitudes along the Colorado Rockies)
And hey ladies – if you forget the "car code" and make the mistake of getting a little too stupid drunk and dragging the wrong type home ("wrong type" being gender neutral – bad one night stands come in all sizes, shapes, colors – and sexualities), here’s a cool way to get rid of him/her in a jiffy!

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