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 Post subject: Re: Tombstone Paint
New postPosted: May 7th, 2010, 2:27 pm 
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[quote="Gentilly Johnny"]The caterpillar (in yat, "callapilla”)......

Also cala lily comburtickle = catalytic converter (I actually heard that at Jimmy Duckworth's one day. No, Jimmy did NOT say it!) :D


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The caterpillar (in yat, "callapilla”)......

Also cala lily comburtickle = catalytic converter (I actually heard that at Jimmy Duckworth's one day. No, Jimmy did NOT say it! :D


In Vicksburg, it's a Cadillac Converter. Guess it converts your p.o.s. car into a Cadillac. or something.


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 Post subject: Re: Tombstone Paint
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Everybody in Mayberry calls them Cadillac converters, including the so called mechanics. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Tombstone Paint
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We call em catalysts(sp).


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CopCop wrote:
Gentilly Johnny wrote:
The caterpillar (in yat, "callapilla”)......

Also cala lily comburtickle = catalytic converter (I actually heard that at Jimmy Duckworth's one day. No, Jimmy did NOT say it!) :D



.... but maybe Jimmy Durate did. :lol:

BTW: The calapillars are now "reining."

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edited bc I can't spell


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 Post subject: Re: Tombstone Paint
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hey lake, can johnny pickle help you? i know he ain't watchin the saints or lsu games.... :lol:

seriously, i know you mentioned that you are there a lot during the week. i hope the whitewash works. i don't know nuttin bout paintin picket fences.

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