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FTMFW you mean? for the mother fing win
haha yup thats it!!! couldnt remember if it was an M or a W... haha

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some of these are just too damn funny!

but as always on forrums opionions come out the woodwork so IMO-in my opinion
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IIRC-if i remeber corectly/recall correctly

you can always check- Abbreviations and acronyms dictionary: Find definitions for over 4,219,000 abbreviations, acronyms, and initialisms as well
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surprised no one got these yet.....


DOHC = Dual Over Head Cam

OHV = Over Head Valve

LS = Limited Slip

OHC = Over Head Console

FLC = Full Length Console
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surprised no one got these yet.....


DOHC = Dual Over Head Cam

OHV = Over Head Valve

LS = Limited Slip

OHC = Over Head Console

FLC = Full Length Console
so im guessing that SOHC is "Single Over Head Cam"??? i always wondered we these meant.. sweet.. ya learn something new every day..
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so im guessing that SOHC is "Single Over Head Cam"??? i always wondered we these meant.. sweet.. ya learn something new every day..
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SOHC = Single over head cam

can't believe i forgot that
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TGD- Trucks get dirty
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IIRC?
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Guess it sucks getting old. I don't know nor do I give a sht about most internet abbreviations, I just think its due to the fact that most people are too lazy to spell anymore. I just ignore the non-truck related abbreviations and skim over the rest, I really only tolerate the 'net for a few 4x4 and hunting related websites. I'm pissed that I even had to spend $600 on this laptop.

Its actually pretty funny to hear the history behind the whole "owned" deal, how it apparently started in the 80s. I've been using computers since you had to throw cassettes into them to boot them up, and I've only heard that line in the last 3 or 4 years. I used to be pretty big into these things in the '90s, doing some low level hacking and program building and sht, but now I can barely turn this damn thing on! I do know that it does take a fair bit of yelling, cursing, and punching to kill it though.. Just don't throw it, they really don't like that (but it does solve freezing and virus issues!). LR
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FUBAR - F'd up beyond all recognition
BFH - big f'n hammer
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ASL -age sex location
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surprised no one got these yet.....


DOHC = Dual Over Head Cam
you're telling me DOHC doesn't mean Dual Over Head Consoles? haha
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what does that one pose stand for...the TDG or somthing like that....the first one was with Jimmeh i think?
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Haha man that was a while ago. It was TGD btw
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S/C= Supercharged
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Park
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