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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    Car

    Ok the Chevy Celebrity. Would a celebrity actually drive one of these things? Well maybe Mark Hamill, gary burkoff, or joey lawerance drive one now.
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    Ain't that the new Bond car?
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    I used to make cars that look just like that as a kid using carton boxes
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    I used to make cars that look just like that as a kid using carton boxes
    lol

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    i dont see whats so bad about it.
    its just a regular 4 seater 5 doors without any special design or **** to it but who cares?

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    TreeTrunks is showing resentment for being conceived in that car.

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    My roommate in college had a turd brown one of those and it served us well.
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    Originally posted by gino
    My roommate in college had a turd brown one of those and it served us well.
    :withstupi

    A good friend of mine had a similar piece-of-**** car. It got us from point A to point B, which was good enough.

    No, it wasn't particularly pimptastic as a ride, but:

    1) we had other things to spend $$ on at the time
    2) we didn't need a car to make us cool. We were already cool.

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    my dad has one thats not much better.
    he bought it for about 1500 bucks from the naughbor its a fiat croma in good condition...

    not exactly your pimp ride... but a to b comfortably with little $

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    Originally posted by Callahan



    1) we had other things to spend $$ on at the time
    2) we didn't need a car to make us cool. We were already cool.
    EXACTLY. Chicks dug us regardless. Like me...I had an old jeep and needed a new soft top, so I bought one, and 2 nights later someone stole it. I was too broke to buy a new one, so I duct taped a blue tarp over the top and drove around like that for over a month. Most of my friends were like myself - we could have afforded nicer stuff if we didn't blow our money on partying. It was all worth it though.

    Sometimes my friend's celebrity would stall if he turned the wheel too far to the left too, which made left turns a fun treat
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    *high fives gino and points out some fresh new babes upon which to mack*
    Last edited by Relentless; 10-24-2002 at 07:31 AM.

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    oh, the P.O.S. car my mate had was a Mazda 323

    1) the windshield wiper motor burned out so driving in rain was fun until he finally replaced it
    2) the water pump was a bit dodgy so you had to drive with the heat on to keep the engine cool (even in the summer)
    3) he had a tire blow out and drove on the DONUT spare for 2 months
    4) we had some of the best memories ever in places we got to driving that little piece of ****

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    Hey, someone's from Saskatchewan!! Where abouts?? My g/f is in Regina right now.

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    lol, millertime.

    reiner, nah i just found it odd that chevy named a car that looks like **** the celebrity, as if driving this sex on wheels will make you a celebrity.

    nothing really wrong with the car, from what I have seen its fairly reliable. Underpowered but reliable.

    My first car was noting special, 1989 dodge shadow 4 door. 2.5L pumping out a whooping 100hp through the 3 speed slush box. Oh yeah!!! But it still runs and I still have it, along with my eclipse , much better car

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    My boss at a carwash I worked at a few years ago drove a Celebrity. We began affectionately referring to it as "the child molester."
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    lol, you should see my ride. A 1984 Ford Thunderbird that my dad got for like $700 bucks Canadian. It gets me where I need to go, so I'm good.
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    My first car was a 1988 hyundia excell. 0-60 in 3 days. I went through more oil than gas, but it got me to high school and back and I didn't have to take the bus.

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