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    Things that don't go together...

    There have been several word games associated with movie titles, etc., and normally I'm not one to play those kind of games, but this one is just funny.

    Name two things that just don't go together!

    Like the Ford Pinto and leather seats.....

    Or a jumbo jet and an aquarium!

    Ready.....GO!
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    OK, I'lbite ....
    Why not Ford Pinto and leather seats?

    Where do you think the leather comes from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    OK, I'lbite ....
    Why not Ford Pinto and leather seats?

    Where do you think the leather comes from?
    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha !!!!!!

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    My oldest son had a 1977 Ford Pinto. He hoped every time he came out of a store, his house, his job. That the beast would be gone.....as in stolen......LOL

    He went to the mall in Dallas, Tx. left the keys in it, the windows rolled down and his stereo in full view......
    When he came out it was still there along with the keys and the stereo. Maybe if it had leather seats it would have been stolen.......LOL
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