How us Canadians would deal with Boston traffic.

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Palmina Moore on July 5, 2008

I guess we can expect the sound of little horns in about 9 months!


someGuyinmasset on July 5, 2008

And the pitter-patter of little squealing tires Palmina.

kamalyn on July 5, 2008

LOLOLOL both of you. I guess that's where these come from! (dang - I thought I had a photo of one, but no luck. the link will have to do...)

Guy, you think you're making a joke, BUT THAT IS HOW WE DRIVE! :D

Except we wouldn't tie up our left hand on a can of beer: other required things to do with one of the fingers of that hand! (And the right hand is holding the cell phone, of course.)

(ok: attempt number 5 on this response. hope for the sake of your e-mail system and your comment lists that must be be getting sick of this at the top that I've got all the codes right this time!!!)

someGuyinmasset on July 5, 2008

OK Kamaly, guess if me and my buddy drove in Boston we'd have to upgrade to real beer, that was only Budweiser!

kamalyn on July 5, 2008

Really??? I thought it was illegal to buy, sell, or consume Budweiser in Canada. I heard that those who want to partake have to escape to the States to avoid arrest.

I tend to only have beer when I'm on my ski vacations, since out in Wyoming/Idaho, they brew the most appropriate beer!

kamalyn on July 2, 2010

hey - your friend someGal might like to meet this guy!

kamalyn on July 2, 2010


someGuyinmasset on July 3, 2010

Unless that was her car.

Itallica II on November 18, 2010

This is how kamalyn views parallel parking in Masset.

Ivan Bachmann on January 3, 2013


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  • Uploaded on July 5, 2008
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    by someGuyinmasset
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix S8000fd
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