Say Something Random 5.5


#3697

Nono, I put it off for a long time. My sister started learning at 19 (Obviously money is a factor) however I started this late (24 years old) because I had a fear all that time ago that I might be a danger to the roads due to my epilepsy that I had from 7 through 17 years old. Then I moved country, etc etc.


#3698

My first vehicle was a motorcycle which is basically stick


#3699

85 Chevy Scottsdale that someone removed the V6 and replaced it with a 350 V8. It was stupid but fun.

It’s MPG was 8. Lol


#3700

I know how to drive stick purely because when I first moved down to FL, a dealership was trying so hard to get rid of a manual pick up that the owner sent a sales rep with me to teach me how to drive it.

He said I picked it up quicker than he expected, but maybe he was just saying that. Didn’t buy the truck.


#3701

2000 something kawasaki ninja lol.

54 mpg


#3702

Looked like this but was solid red on the body and white from the windows up. Had a white racing stripe on the hood.


#3703

Mine was just a plain as fuck black ninja 250.

Basically this

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#3704

You can apply for your Provisional Driver’s Licence at 17 years old where I live. And then you just take your lessons, and then do your test and then (assuming you pass) you can drive.


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#3707

This needs to also be animated by Deathklok!


#3708

Done for Deadrebirth:


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#3710

They should let us marry her


#3711

Someone has probably already beat you to it, considering all of the things people are marrying now-a-days. XD


#3712

Oooo oooo obsidian is making a game inspired by Arcanum and Fallout I am super excited

Also lead devs are Tim Cain and Leonard Boyarsky

Looks less retrofurist than I was expecting from the initial pic

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DtHN0eMWoAAYqzA.jpg:small


#3713

@SledgePainter didn’t know you had a band :stuck_out_tongue:


#3714

The name makes it sound religious


#3715

I can’t help but wonder are werewolves viewed as furries now days


#3716

I do not think that lycanthropy would fit under the same social umbrella as furries. Werewolves are typically portrayed as and treated as monsters, rather than as a member of a particular social group.