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Fog lights

I have yet to put any extra lights on my trizznuck. But for those of you who have, do you ever use them for road rage?
I'm not proud, but I prob would, I guess I'm just a d.i.c.k. lol
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my off road lights have covers on them. hard to be effective during road rage (if i had any)
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I have to admit, I rage once in awhile. But am getting more calm as the years go by.
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trizznuck?
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Oh yea. The best way to handle a problem is to render the other person driving a 2,000lb moving vehicle completely blind. That will solve everything!
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Oh yea. The best way to handle a problem is to render the other person driving a 2,000lb moving vehicle completely blind. That will solve everything!
lol! ur right it does!
middle fingers work well too.
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middle finger is old school, blinding them is whats in!
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See, I don't really use the finger. I scream at the top of my lungs at them and scar them for life. I can give the dirtiest face.
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ehhhh, still wouldn't want to over exert myself, specially when it's so easy to blind them with a flick of a switch.
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I have flipped them on when people come at me with their highbeams on. I reach down and flip all three switches and hit them with a 1000 watts of pure sunlight. Its always funny to watch them swerve.

I stopped doing it when I did it to that cop...I guess he can have all those flashing lights going but I cant have a few lights up front on....
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whats a "trizznuck" ?
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whats a "trizznuck" ?
Dat be da whip, foo!

naw meen?
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^^^^^hahahahahaha
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Blinding people is old school, so is screaming, what I do is, swerve into there lane and hold it steady, you can actually smell where they **** themselves as they go by. (<They usually swerve, but be prepared for anything.)

^^^As the Geico gecko says, "That's a complete dramatazation, of course."
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Dat be da whip, foo!

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Word to yo motha
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I have flipped them on when people come at me with their highbeams on. I reach down and flip all three switches and hit them with a 1000 watts of pure sunlight. Its always funny to watch them swerve.

I stopped doing it when I did it to that cop...I guess he can have all those flashing lights going but I cant have a few lights up front on....
This is what I'm talking about, having that power at your disposal, I'd be tempted to use all that wattage when others shine there brights
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I have back up lights that I have used from time to time on tailgaters. When the lights turn on and they cant see a dang thing they slow right down. I hate having someone on my tail!
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i'M JEALOUS
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i have used them in rage before but i feel like an *** after i do it. usiwaly if some oens got their high beams on i flick my stock highs then if they dont get it after the second flick i flip on the kc's for a quick second, they get the picture after that...

i have acidently left them on with on comming trafic and i literaly had a guy swerve into my lane cause he was so pissed.. or blind haha. it was a compleat accident though i dont know how i forgot they were on i must of been so used to driving with them on.
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