Oh dear, where is Ridgeline-a-holics Anon when you need it? I've had my Ridge for two whole days and I am severely enamored with it!
You bet we do. 5 months and 15K + miles and I still feel the same way you do. So like Truckin' said, don't look for it to end too soon.Truckin' said:Hez, we're here for you. Just don't think it will go away very soon. We just passed three months of ownership and the honeymoon is far from over. It put a grin on my face right now, just thinking of that pretty new truck sitting on my front lawn at this moment. Other ROC members understand.
Nicely said Kevin!!meanmachine19 said:Hez, there's no cure. It's a disease. Thats why you have to keep coming to the ROC. Nobody else will understand you. It's okay. We feel your joy.
3+ months and the best thing about going anywhere or doing anything (especially getting off work) is getting in my RL. It is the best part of the day!
So, meet here with other ROC-aholics, share your experiences so we can learn, relive and enjoy along side you!
I agree, it's just stuff -- really really nice "stuff".Godskid said:I think it is OK to love your ridge like you love hotdogs or baseball but we need to remember it is temporary and just "stuff". Relationships are what is important.
I still "love" my ridge.
You mean to tell me you have not done anything to the baby in four days? What about wiping it down? Or singing a lullabye?Hez said:Day four: the new baby had its first bath.
Does sex in the back seat count? don't quit now...things are just getting better!steveberger said:That's enough! I love my Ridgeline, but you guys are creeping me out!
If I hear anyone suggest sex with their Ridgeline I'm going to have to quit the R.O.C.