The unfortunate JKU & JLU of the day thread

BlackSheep

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Dec 8, 2018
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Greenville, SC
common themes for unfortunate JKUs:
Angry eyes or some variant including FabFours
Giant Diameter wheels with low profile tires.

really, to each their own but I don't get it.
 
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Grandpastyx

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May 25, 2018
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Australia
When I look at these photos it makes me feel sorry for the poor Jeep’s! That are some where underneath and hoping that no one will recognize them while their out in public
It must be like the dream I used to have about going to school with my pyjamas on and not realizing until I was in the middle of the school grounds poor Jeeps


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glwood

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I was doing a search for orange Jeeps for another thread, and this showed up...while not sporting the usual monstrosities we see on a regular basis on this thread, I cannot imagine why anyone would do this to a Jeep:

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I do know why they are attempting to sell it though. The dog probably won't get in it.
 
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Chris

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I was doing a search for orange Jeeps for another thread, and this showed up...while not sporting the usual monstrosities we see on a regular basis on this thread, I cannot imagine why anyone would do this to a Jeep:

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I do know why they are attempting to sell it though. The dog probably won't get in it.
Hopefully that's just a wrap!
 

Jeepers-n-Creepers

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Nov 5, 2018
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Texas
I was doing a search for orange Jeeps for another thread, and this showed up...while not sporting the usual monstrosities we see on a regular basis on this thread, I cannot imagine why anyone would do this to a Jeep:

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I do know why they are attempting to sell it though. The dog probably won't get in it.

Not long ago I conducted some psycho-social research spawned by the ever-increasing phenomenon of vehicles adorned in such a way, that I formed the category of "Ghastly" (which actually supersedes the category of "Troubling").

Interestingly, I found that in each case, those who have stooped to such measures have lived within 5 miles of an unusually large "cell phone tower" - not unlike the one pictured below:

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My conclusion at this juncture, is that the EMR levels generated by such towers actually alters brainwaves, equating to a condition I have personally coined: "CTDS" - Cell Tower Derangement Syndrome.

It is saddening, to see that CTDS would impact a fellow (former) Jeep owner.
 

glwood

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Sep 16, 2016
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Albuquerque, NM
Not long ago I conducted some psycho-social research spawned by the ever-increasing phenomenon of vehicles adorned in such a way, that I formed the category of "Ghastly" (which actually supersedes the category of "Troubling").

Interestingly, I found that in each case, those who have stooped to such measures have lived within 5 miles of an unusually large "cell phone tower" - not unlike the one pictured below:

View attachment 70033

My conclusion at this juncture, is that the EMR levels generated by such towers actually alters brainwaves, equating to a condition I have personally coined: "CTDS" - Cell Tower Derangement Syndrome.

It is saddening, to see that CTDS would impact a fellow (former) Jeep owner.
Maybe we need to carry one of these in our glove boxes...
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Chris

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Not long ago I conducted some psycho-social research spawned by the ever-increasing phenomenon of vehicles adorned in such a way, that I formed the category of "Ghastly" (which actually supersedes the category of "Troubling").

Interestingly, I found that in each case, those who have stooped to such measures have lived within 5 miles of an unusually large "cell phone tower" - not unlike the one pictured below:

View attachment 70033

My conclusion at this juncture, is that the EMR levels generated by such towers actually alters brainwaves, equating to a condition I have personally coined: "CTDS" - Cell Tower Derangement Syndrome.

It is saddening, to see that CTDS would impact a fellow (former) Jeep owner.
Too funny!
 

Darkside04

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Jan 2, 2019
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Northern Illinois
This was at the first jeep gathering I went to this summer. Lots of money wrapped up in this thing and know that it sitting in the grass will be the closest it will get to offroading.
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Chris

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This was at the first jeep gathering I went to this summer. Lots of money wrapped up in this thing and know that it sitting in the grass will be the closest it will get to offroading.
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Wow... I've never felt more compelled to keep the white lettering on the inside in my life...

Someone should have strapped a big dildo to the end of that stinger bumper.
 
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