if your t was a car, it would be...

Gillian

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Silly, I know. But, I was having this conversation with a friend, via email the other day. Here's the ones I figured out:

blondi-Land Rover (moves over and, moves anything, as well as eating everything, just like the gas mileage on a Land Rover. However, with grace.)
scrofas-Volkswagen Beetle (little, round, and cute)
rosie-Taurus (plain yet dependable, prone to flights of weirdness)
curly-Hummer (able to go through anything, including food)
chalcodes.Civic..(can exist with very little fuel)

That's it, for now..I'll think of other correlations..:)
Peace,
Gillian
 

Gillian

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Originally posted by mebebraz
all mine are Yugo's, they just sit there....
=D
or, vegas, or...WAIT! If you had a Usambara, it could be a turbo bike..(when it escapes..*gulp*!)
btw, thanks for the offer of riding your bike. but, i'll pass. since my wreck, i'm petrified of bikes..
Peace,
Gillian
p.s., Pate? An a.avic could be a DeLorean. Looks good just sitting there..:D
 

conipto

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Mine would be a loaner male, since I drive a company car. A nice, drab, large minivanish species.

Bill
 

pategirl

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My A. Anax is a Chevy truck. She's "Like a Rock" because she rarely moves. My cobalt blue is a pinto, because if shes bumped, she explodes into a fiery rage. :)
 

Philth

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My car is a P. miranda, i have one but nobody has every seen it.
 

belewfripp

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I'd say A. avicularia would be Jeeps, due to their tendency to leap, flip and, especially, roll.

Adrian
 
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