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RCMoon1975
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Date Posted:03/26/2018 9:52 PMCopy HTML

This incident was one of my favorites from roughly 2010.  The finance manager of my group was pretty hot, a divorced mother of 3 and about 35 years old named Ellen. We had a team event at a park nearby the office. She offered to drive several people because she had a big car. Anyway, I had offered to help carry some stuff so Ellen and I were slightly behind. When we got to her car none of the others were there so we assumed they decided to drive themselves instead of waiting. Ellen drove a fully loaded 2002 Black GMC Yukon XL. Since the car was about 8 years old I was hoping beyond hope for a rough startup of some sort but was not optimistic at all. I started walking around to the front door when she asked if I could drive. I said sure, and pointed to where my car was. She said just drive my car... it seemed like kind of a strange request but we got along well and she had been my boss for about 2 years so I said sure no problem. My first thought was there goes getting to see her start it unfortunately. We got in the car, I adjusted the seat and told her I liked her ride. She said, it’s great with the kids and still has low mileage so it’s perfect for me. I put the key in and cranked it for 2 seconds, it gave a little rumble and didn’t start. I cranked it again for 2 seconds with the same result. Ellen quickly said hold on. She leaned over the console grabbed the key and said sometimes it takes a little extra effort to start. I couldn’t believe what I just heard.  She twisted the key for 5 seconds and the engine whined like it was trying to start and kinda caught but was barely running. I could have easily depressed the pedal a bit and it probably would have smoothed out but this was too good. The engine died immediately after. Ellen deeply exhausted in an embarrassed/disappointed way and said give it a little gas when it starts, she’s being a little more stubborn than usual today. Still leaning over she cranked it again. It dry cranked and started whining again trying to turn over. About 7 seconds in it was right on the verge of starting and Ellen encouragingly yelled, “there it is, come on!”. It reluctantly caught a few seconds later and I gave it some gas and it stayed started.  We made it to the park without issue. About and hour and half later it was time to head back. Ellen drove this time and I was ready for another struggle.  Ellen got in and cranked the Yukon. She held it for 5 seconds and it sputtered to life, she gave it an extra rev like it was just any other day. I love when women just deal with hard starts like they are totally normal. A few other times I left around the same time as her and kinda lingered while she was getting in her car. It was almost always a 5 second whinny hard start.  Quite a shame I no longer work with Ellen.
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Re:MILF Co-Worker

Date Posted:03/26/2018 10:48 PMCopy HTML

 Probably a weak fuel pump 
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Date Posted:03/27/2018 3:06 AMCopy HTML

I am like you, brother!!! Women, ESPECIALLY MILFs, who take on hard-starting cars like it's routine, and even get angry and frustrated when the car is being more temperamental is a MASSIVE turn on. You are quite lucky you got to experience that. Are you still in contact with her at all?
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Re:MILF Co-Worker

Date Posted:03/27/2018 11:23 AMCopy HTML

 What type of shoes did your boss wear on a regular basis?
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Date Posted:03/29/2018 3:01 PMCopy HTML

No contact with here anymore unfortunately but she got a brand new Grand Cherokee right before I left the company so I’m guessing no more starting trouble. Can’t really recall the shoes but I’m thinking she usually wore a low heel. Business casual shoes...
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Date Posted:03/30/2018 3:15 AMCopy HTML

Ever wearing open-toed shoes?
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Re:MILF Co-Worker

Date Posted:03/30/2018 6:48 PMCopy HTML

How much did she rev when it started? (pumps) and how hard (approx rpm)?
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Re:MILF Co-Worker

Date Posted:04/10/2018 6:30 AMCopy HTML

 You're one lucky dude to have witnessed that!


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