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My eclectic car

Permalink 05/08/11 at 07:39:21 am, by Ed, 93 words   English (US)
Categories: General

I just got a new eclectic car. Runs entire on eclecticity. Gets up to 58 miles per giraffe, and refueling is as simple as waiting around a failing circus tent. Or you can run it entirely on mouse waste, leftovers from dinner, wind power, hydro power, sweat from the back of the neck of any (and I do mean any) member of the British royal family, or, if you're in a pinch, it can go up to 50 MPH for a few hours on just the hopes and dreams of dying children. Take a look:

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Comment from: Joe [Visitor]
Hahaha ... Really? I'm impressed at how they were able to make it run on literally ANY member of the British royal family. I mean did they have to modify it after the wedding at all? Wow. I might want one of those instead of a Chevy volt now.
05/11/11 @ 07:14

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