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This is a discussion on Cat VS WRX within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; So...we gave him to our Vet, who says he's been a great cat ever since. *shrugs* You know what vets ...

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    So...we gave him to our Vet, who says he's been a great cat ever since. *shrugs*
    You know what vets do with animals that stick around for a few days dont you?

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    Good kill.

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    my lil brother got his arms ravaged trying to bring my cat back in the house.
    (he's not an outdoor cat)
    cat freaked out thinking their dog was still in the doorway, and shredded my bro's arms and hands getting away.

    if it had been me, my cat would still be outside to this day.

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    how come the SUV and the driver were gay?
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    Originally posted by Trailboss
    how come the SUV and the driver were gay?
    I dont know if this is just an Australian thing, but the gay community has this gay pride thing where they identify themselves (nay proclaim) by putting a rainbow sticker on their car, or shop door or letterbox etc. So, this SUV has a rainbow sticker on the back of it, and when the guy gets out, he is as camp as a row of tents.
    In retrospect: the fact he bats for the other team is probably superficial to the story - he did stop and help out, so he was cool in that sense.
    I have attached an example rainbow sticker below if anyone wants to put one on their WRX.

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    Originally posted by archiebrown

    I have attached an example rainbow sticker below if anyone wants to put one on their WRX.
    lol
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    Originally posted by archiebrown
    I dont know if this is just an Australian thing, but the gay community has this gay pride thing where they identify themselves (nay proclaim) by putting a rainbow sticker on their car, or shop door or letterbox etc. So, this SUV has a rainbow sticker on the back of it, and when the guy gets out, he is as camp as a row of tents.
    In retrospect: the fact he bats for the other team is probably superficial to the story - he did stop and help out, so he was cool in that sense.
    I have attached an example rainbow sticker below if anyone wants to put one on their WRX.
    No they do that around here to, at least in Vegas. I saw one the other day with a big a$$ rainbow on the back of a large SUV and they had a personal license plate that said "STEVNJOE" or something like that, I can't remember what the names were, lol...
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    Strange, the guys around here have bumper stickers that say "honk if you love gay porn"
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    Originally posted by archiebrown
    he is as camp as a row of tents.
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    A cat ran out in front of me back when i was in HS, well he must have heard me coming and stoped and looked back right as my bumper caught his head.....I didn's need to stop nor did i want to! Cause the cement truck behind me caught his head.

    I felt Pretty damn awfull cause im a Cat lover, and he looked like my Cat!!
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    in feudal japan and china they used to train cats to protect their sacred temples and houses. imagine 20 to 30 cats all trained to attack intruders... attacking you! youd be skinned and peeled in no time.

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    Originally posted by xaton
    You know what vets do with animals that stick around for a few days dont you?

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    :lol: Yeah. But, he's this Vet's "office cat". He hangs out in the reception area of the cats' side of the office...

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