Gut Rumbles

June 07, 2005

it happens

I kinda like this post. It hits close to home for me, too. But you wanna know my favorite quote? Check this:

One of my buddies was asking about her, and sniffing around. I told him I was about to move on, go back to college, and he could ask her out if he wanted to. He did. She did. They did, and she broke up with me the next week. My friend was a year older than I and had a much nicer car.

You were doomed from the start, man. A guy a year older with a nicer car? You never stood a chance.

At least you got it when you could.


Yeah, this was during Christmas 1971. I was driving a 1960 Falcon. He had a 68 Dodge Charger with the 442 engine. His brother dogged it out for him while he was in the service.

Posted by: Pawpaw on June 7, 2005 09:29 PM

And you are better off, shallow is shallow. If it wasn't your friend, it would have been someone else. I can't STAND gold digging wenches like that...

Posted by: cythen on June 8, 2005 02:08 AM

I was 15. She was 14. For the next two years we did everything we read about in Penthouse and then some (yes she got my cherry). Alas, I went to college and married a BC. She married one of my friends from the band who's now a hopless crack addict. We didn't see one another for 15 years. In 1991 she looked me up and called. Six months later we wed. She's still kinky as hell!

Posted by: Ed on June 8, 2005 08:54 AM

Rob. You really need to get laid. Try this place.
Pussy 4 Rob

Posted by: assrot on June 8, 2005 08:55 AM

Which once again proves that, for most women, their pussy is nothing more than a money making machine that they use to extract as much as possible from each male, and when they drain that one, they move on to the next poor bastard.

Posted by: maggot on June 8, 2005 12:22 PM

I am shocked. A woman who would actually drop a man to go out with another man just because he has a nice car!!!!! Women don't do things like that , just ask any of them, they are all damn near angels.

Posted by: James Old Guy on June 8, 2005 12:24 PM

It is better to have loved and lost...much better.

Posted by: Rich on June 9, 2005 03:13 PM
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