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Old 07-30-2013, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default Morning Commute, HWY 65 Southbound

It was the start of another typical morning on Tuesday, July 30 2013 around 7:25am. I was sleepily making the morning commute with a half empty cup of coffee in my right hand and the large, clumsy steering wheel of my forgettable transport in the left. It was one of those mornings you couldn’t recall getting out of bed, let alone how you made it half way to your destination without so much as a rational thought. I couldn’t recollect what songs had played on the radio or what I had eaten for breakfast. My mind was completely numb.

I would soon be startled by something I had never seen before. As I emerged from beneath a cold gray concrete overpass, I caught a glimpse of pure beauty heading towards me in the distance. The sun was blinding as I immediately became aware of my surroundings. I was awestruck as our baths began to cross. I counted 7, 8, 9 or more of them before fixating my attention on just one. This object of my fascination was completely sheathed in white silk, showing only a sleek feminine silhouette and the faintest glimpse of skin. Suddenly the wind caused a ripple in the white satin covers, allowing a brief glance of the beauty hidden underneath. It was at that moment that I realized my excitement had drawn to a climatic scream of pleasure. It was at that moment I realized I was alive!

Gentlemen, several fine examples of the C7 Corvette Stingray have left the plant in Bowling Green Kentucky via car carrier headed north towards the Chicago area. If you see it, please try and keep focused on the road ahead. But I will warn you, it won’t be easy…
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Old 07-30-2013, 01:48 PM   #2
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Did the " brief glance of the beauty hidden underneath " allow you to see the color? Perhaps some Luggage Editions?

Or perhaps cars from the Indy 500 and this past weekends Brickyard NASCAR race, re-wrapped and going to Chicago?

In either case the cars would be blue . . . .

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Old 07-30-2013, 01:50 PM   #3
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It was the start of another typical morning on Tuesday, July 30 2013 around 7:25am. I was sleepily making the morning commute with a half empty cup of coffee in my right hand and the large, clumsy steering wheel of my forgettable transport in the left. It was one of those mornings you couldn’t recall getting out of bed, let alone how you made it half way to your destination without so much as a rational thought. I couldn’t recollect what songs had played on the radio or what I had eaten for breakfast. My mind was completely numb.

I would soon be startled by something I had never seen before. As I emerged from beneath a cold gray concrete overpass, I caught a glimpse of pure beauty heading towards me in the distance. The sun was blinding as I immediately became aware of my surroundings. I was awestruck as our baths began to cross. I counted 7, 8, 9 or more of them before fixating my attention on just one. This object of my fascination was completely sheathed in white silk, showing only a sleek feminine silhouette and the faintest glimpse of skin. Suddenly the wind caused a ripple in the white satin covers, allowing a brief glance of the beauty hidden underneath. It was at that moment that I realized my excitement had drawn to a climatic scream of pleasure. It was at that moment I realized I was alive!

Gentlemen, several fine examples of the C7 Corvette Stingray have left the plant in Bowling Green Kentucky via car carrier headed north towards the Chicago area. If you see it, please try and keep focused on the road ahead. But I will warn you, it won’t be easy…
What is this? The beginnings of a "romance novel"??
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Is it legal to have an orgasm while driving?
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Yes - except for Iowa, Florida, Utah, Southern Vermont and both of the Dakotas' . . . . .

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Old 07-30-2013, 02:07 PM   #6
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simply hilarious, and let me suggest you go have a smoke after that climax
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:18 PM   #7
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Nice post. I have found myself in the exact spot as you on my morning drive to work but I haven't had anything to snap me out of it. Yes we can have orgasms while driving in Florida, we call them viagasms.
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:19 PM   #8
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First time I have ever heard of someone getting so exited over a car cover.
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Old 07-30-2013, 02:38 PM   #11
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Sorry just having a bit of fun, although it was pretty cool to see. It was a car carrier heading north on I-65 south of Indianapolis. I couldn't see the colors, just that when the cover was waving in the wind I could distintly see the shape due the way the sun was shining behind it.
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Yes - except for Iowa, Florida, Utah, Southern Vermont and both of the Dakotas' . . . . .

Geesh I've broken the law in Florida and North Dakota
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Is that the next mayor of NY?
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You mean, Carlos Danger?
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It was the start of another typical morning on Tuesday, July 30 2013 around 7:25am. I was sleepily making the morning commute with a half empty cup of coffee in my right hand and the large, clumsy steering wheel of my forgettable transport in the left. It was one of those mornings you couldn’t recall getting out of bed, let alone how you made it half way to your destination without so much as a rational thought. I couldn’t recollect what songs had played on the radio or what I had eaten for breakfast. My mind was completely numb.

I would soon be startled by something I had never seen before. As I emerged from beneath a cold gray concrete overpass, I caught a glimpse of pure beauty heading towards me in the distance. The sun was blinding as I immediately became aware of my surroundings. I was awestruck as our baths began to cross. I counted 7, 8, 9 or more of them before fixating my attention on just one. This object of my fascination was completely sheathed in white silk, showing only a sleek feminine silhouette and the faintest glimpse of skin. Suddenly the wind caused a ripple in the white satin covers, allowing a brief glance of the beauty hidden underneath. It was at that moment that I realized my excitement had drawn to a climatic scream of pleasure. It was at that moment I realized I was alive!

Gentlemen, several fine examples of the C7 Corvette Stingray have left the plant in Bowling Green Kentucky via car carrier headed north towards the Chicago area. If you see it, please try and keep focused on the road ahead. But I will warn you, it won’t be easy…
And then you woke up!
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You mean, Carlos Danger?
Perfect.
I guess it's just me, but if I was sitting around, taking some "photos", and thinking up a name to send along with them, "Carlos Danger" would not be a name that would pop into my brain.

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^ SLACKER . . . . . . .
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my exwife and her new hubby afre heading back to florida on i75 in Kentucky and what goes by...a yellow c7 with yellow calipers...she sends a pic...ive got a 2013 GS im not a c7 fan....by the way was watching viper srt show yesterday on tv...and they have the exact front and rear clearance lights on the fenders in same place...wonder where corvette came up with that idea...lol
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