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Dear Hurbec:

You are paying the cost to be sincere.
Sinceriness clears the vision of reality.
The reality is the Prius to be better.
Bettering the Prius is identifying its flaws.
Flaws that are expressed publicly is a responsible act.
Satisfaction is not an obligation, it is an option to be exercised.

Toyota Prius's Soldiers believe that you have to be safisfyied no matter what.

You are under attack by friendly fire.
You are not the only one.
A few of us also.
Stand firmly with your believes and rights as a Prius's owner.

With your comments you are helping to flawless the Prius.
 

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This should have been posted under the "9 months-unsatisfied" thread.
 

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Grammar lesson, from a non-English major:

Flawless is an adjective. For example:

That is a flawless diamond.

Notice that it modifies the noun and can be removed from the sentence (That is a diamond.) and the sentence is still grammatically correct. So in the above sentence diamond is the noun and is being further described by flawless.

You are using flawless as a verb. There is no such verb as flawless and it is absolutely incorrect to be "flawlessing" anything.

It would be more correct to say that you are "removing flaws from the Prius." Or you could say that you are "exposing flaws in your Prius." Removing and exposing are both verbs. Again, flawlessing is not a verb, and not even a word for that matter.
 

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jeromep said:
Grammar lesson, from a non-English major:

Flawless is an adjective...
Yawn. Jerome, yer flogging a dead mule. This same concept came up a couple of months ago. Rmarchena has become a contributing member of our dysfunctional Prius family! But hey, we put the FUN in dysfunctional! :) Plenty of room for most anyone who isn't being a troll.
 

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huberc said:
I don't get it. Not sure if that is a nice post or if you're trying to give me hell.
That was an Rmarchena "good for you." Rm was sticking up for you for speaking your mind about not liking the car, and taking grief from others who think you SHOULD like it. :) The Toyota soldiers are, to Rm, those who are blindly loyal and don't look at the bad in the car. Brainwashed. It's ok - Rm didn't bite you. :)
 

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Finaly Mr. Sanny

Finaly Mr. Sanny, you got something right...!!!
I am supporting nicely those kind of statements made by Mr. Hurbec.
The beauty of something is made of good and bad things.
You, guys only see the nice ones.

We see both......
 

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Re: Finaly Mr. Sanny

rmarchena said:
Finaly Mr. Sanny, you got something right...!!!...
I ALWAYS get something right!! Just maybe not everything at once. :D
 

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Mr.<>Sanny

Did I get that right melgish?
 

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Hep said:
Mr.<>Sanny

Did I get that right melgish?
Sanny<>dude :wink: Let's get our formulae correct, shall we? :D
 

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priusilitis

The english language allows to create substantives, adjectives, and verbs, from eachothers.

Example:

(substantive) Prius, (adjective) Priused, and (verb) Priusing.

I could anticipate that it will sound nice because it is about Prius.

But, guess what, there is also another word that the english grammar allows to create:

Priusilytis, refering to some kind of seekness that started to be presented by some humans since early 2000 after Jesus Christ. The cure still is unknown.

By the way, Prius is an adjective that modifies a substantive.

Example:

The prius (previuos) car I had was a Hummer.
The Toyota Prius expression has an spanish structure, locating the adjective after the Noun.

In english must be:

The Prius Toyota (named Prius) we had suffered of some flaws.
 

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I just washlessinged my Priusilytus today...but I think I hurt myself.
 

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Sanny said:
huberc said:
I don't get it. Not sure if that is a nice post or if you're trying to give me hell.
That was an Rmarchena "good for you." Rm was sticking up for you for speaking your mind about not liking the car, and taking grief from others who think you SHOULD like it. :) The Toyota soldiers are, to Rm, those who are blindly loyal and don't look at the bad in the car. Brainwashed. It's ok - Rm didn't bite you. :)
OHHHH GREAT NOW, I have to figure out Sanny explaining Marchena to a guy who doesnt even like the Prius.
argghh..bublr bublr..goo.goo, ploppy dudly, etch etch, magoo, full stoop.

(But I cant skip any of it, because I'm laughing harder than when I last saw Chris Rock on TV. :roll:)
 

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An04Prius said:
I just washlessinged my Priusilytus today...but I think I hurt myself.
You let the cubs spray it with water and slide down the front again, didn't you.
 

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RSnyder said:
An04Prius said:
I just washlessinged my Priusilytus today...but I think I hurt myself.
You let the cubs spray it with water and slide down the front again, didn't you.
Yep :( and they PROMISED :!: they would only go down the back. One more time, and the water slide comes off the roof.
 

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An04Prius said:
...OHHHH GREAT NOW, I have to figure out Sanny explaining Marchena to a guy who doesnt even like the Prius.
argghh..bublr bublr..goo.goo, ploppy dudly, etch etch, magoo, full stoop.

(But I cant skip any of it, because I'm laughing harder than when I last saw Chris Rock on TV. :roll:)
It's like speaking in tongues - someone's gotta translate. :lol: Consider it a gift. :D
 
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