The Frontstretch: Top Ten NASCAR Phrases Non-Fans Might Misinterpret by Becca Gladden -- Tuesday April 18, 2006

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Top Ten NASCAR Phrases Non-Fans Might Misinterpret

Frontstretch Top Ten · Becca Gladden · Tuesday April 18, 2006

 

10. He’s got doughnuts on his car.

9. She’s ploughing like a dump truck.

8. He was called up to the Oval Office.

7. NASCAR froze the field.

6. He was good in Happy Hour.

5. Boogity, boogity, boogity.

4. He wants to be in the draft.

3. I’m loose in and tight out.

2. He got his nose into my rear.

1. Rubbin’ is racin’.

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Barb
04/19/2006 07:15 AM
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you forgot “he can see the air”, and Silly Season has started already.

Bill
04/19/2006 07:34 AM
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Actually, most fans misinterpret #1 – it does not (repeat not) mean putting your front bumper on somebody to move them out of the way.

blogking
04/19/2006 03:47 PM
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how about “stock cars” there is nothing stock about them

rock1911a1
04/19/2006 04:13 PM
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You also forgot “the leaders have…”, I thought you could have only one leader

Calcasieu
04/19/2006 07:07 PM
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Track bar.

Laura Crump
04/19/2006 07:52 PM
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there is always “looks like he is loosing position to the freight train on the inside”

Jack
04/19/2006 09:05 PM
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Any list without “The Lucky Dog” would be incomplete.

inrustyfan
04/21/2006 10:24 PM
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Don’t forget “aero push” – which I hope never to hear again (wishful thinking).

 

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