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Marianne Bevis 13h
I can beat that, . My polo is 12 years old! Admittedly I haven't won $61 million, but still, look after the pennies, etc, etc.
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arjun 23 Mar 16
Play The Chainsmokers while I'm driving, and I'll be running at 50 smiles per gallon.
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Schuyler Staub 20 Nov 15
Lowkey super excited to see my car again 😍
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B O|||||||O 2 Feb 16
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B O|||||||O 7 Dec 15
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Dave Douglas 19 Sep 17
Letting my lawnmower run itself out of gas so I can store it for a year or two and it's running FOREVER!!!!
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Al 22 Sep 16
Some people drive to their classes, but I witnessed one girl ripstick her way there.
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Andrew Norton Nov 15
Replying to @matt___norton
They don’t πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
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Andre Almeida 7 Jan 16
Wife needed my truck today, so ride to work was a car
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Eric A Williams 28 Mar 17
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Mark Myers 26 Jan 16
I'm gonna give my car a starting push then slide the entire way to school
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Andre Almeida 18 Mar 16
Working a & spotted a @TeslaMotors with the plate Wat Gas -
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Josue Izaguirre 21 Jul 17
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TruckEast Ltd Jul 3
6% might sound like a small number...but it carries big savings. Find out how the next generation is even more .
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Deborah Walls Jul 16
This is not true of all of us 😏 I have a carefully plotted β€˜plog’ and it is ordered as if I was doing a πŸ€“
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Jen C 24 Jan 16
So, I did end up buying a car yesterday. It's my 4th Civic. Haha
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m royse 11 Mar 16
I have found that kids meals are an accurate portion size for me
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Sean Khatz 1 Nov 17
Love my New Toy 😍 JAG Out LEX In 😝 Gadgets (Photo taken at my place)
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Petroleum Conservation Research Association Apr 5
Each drop of water, fuel or unit of electric power you save is of great worth. Start saving today.
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Petroleum Conservation Research Association Apr 4
By driving at a steady speed and not applying heavy breaks, you can reduce fuel consumption significantly.
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