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    The cheeseburger kill

    I'm rolling to Atco the last time before clutch destruction and I stop at BK to grab my usual burgers and drink. I line up against a Z-28 and I'm busy munching down. Perfect time to race me, right? Sure. So he takes off and I casually shift with my burger in my hand. After I blow by in third I wave to him with my cheeseburger in my hand. Seemed appropriate.

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    haha!

    that is one of the best kill stories I have heard!
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    LOL!

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    That will now be known as "The cheeseburger wave"

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    Nice kill! Glad you didnt drop the burger.

    I posted a kill on here awhile ago about me racing a Z28 as I was leaving Bojangles. I had my tea in the cup holder up by the vents (horrible place for a cupholder, btw) and when I took off it came flying out and went all over me. I kept in it but afterwards all I could do was laugh. I got wned: by the tea.
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    Re: The cheeseburger kill

    Originally posted by PPMotorsports
    I'm rolling to Atco the last time before clutch destruction and I stop at BK to grab my usual burgers and drink. I line up against a Z-28 and I'm busy munching down. Perfect time to race me, right? Sure. So he takes off and I casually shift with my burger in my hand. After I blow by in third I wave to him with my cheeseburger in my hand. Seemed appropriate.

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    Originally posted by silverscooby
    Nice kill! Glad you didnt drop the burger.

    I posted a kill on here awhile ago about me racing a Z28 as I was leaving Bojangles. I had my tea in the cup holder up by the vents (horrible place for a cupholder, btw) and when I took off it came flying out and went all over me. I kept in it but afterwards all I could do was laugh. I got wned: by the tea.
    I don't know why anyone calls it a cupholder, when a more suitable name for it in that terrible location is a "beverage launcher". Although it's fine when driving normally, and the A/C keeps the bottled water nicely chilled.


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    Re: The cheeseburger kill

    Originally posted by PPMotorsports
    I'm rolling to Atco the last time before clutch destruction and I stop at BK to grab my usual burgers and drink. I line up against a Z-28 and I'm busy munching down. Perfect time to race me, right? Sure. So he takes off and I casually shift with my burger in my hand. After I blow by in third I wave to him with my cheeseburger in my hand. Seemed appropriate.

    -Jim
    Reminds me of a race I got into in my 1971 with a factory 4 speed years ago. I had a super sized Mc Donalds drink between my legs (no cupholders). My enthusiastic shifting of course caused me to squeeze the cup spilling coke all over myself. When I got home I had to use some text books I luckily had in my car to cover up the embarassing victory.
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    Originally posted by silverscooby
    Nice kill! Glad you didnt drop the burger.

    I posted a kill on here awhile ago about me racing a Z28 as I was leaving Bojangles. I had my tea in the cup holder up by the vents (horrible place for a cupholder, btw) and when I took off it came flying out and went all over me. I kept in it but afterwards all I could do was laugh. I got wned: by the tea.



    Damn cup holder... Same thing happened to me. The coffee that spilled over the vent still freezes at night, and I cant turn the vents without a fight....
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    Re: Re: The cheeseburger kill

    Originally posted by 2004SilverWRX
    Reminds me of a race I got into in my 1971 with a factory 4 speed years ago. I had a super sized Mc Donalds drink between my legs (no cupholders). My enthusiastic shifting of course caused me to squeeze the cup spilling coke all over myself. When I got home I had to use some text books I luckily had in my car to cover up the embarassing victory.
    The next week I went over in my neon, whose cupholders are limited by height. That was the next trip to Atco. I'm not dumb enough to give myself tea crotch on the way to the track. I'd gladly do it if I weren't on my way somewhere.

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