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At first, I felt mine was female, and I gave her a girl's name. Six weeks into ownership, though, and I just can't escape the feeling that my car has a male personality.

What about you?
 

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I call mine a "her," but I do feel on occasion that Scooper is more like a "him." I guess the female gender was kind of a default...
 

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Okay, I'll go out on a limb and say my MINI is male....you have NO idea how much I've thought about this...but it STILL has no name. I think of it more as a puppy than a person. Loyal...always happy (...couldn't be a she :eek: )....eager to run about and play....and never seems to get enough of same. :cool:
 

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Mine was a boy. Harry, I made sure he was a boy so he won't be moody and annoying for a while every month :eek: :eek: and won't make me spend all my money on her...... (well the last bit didn't work) :rolleyes:
Gee I hope my girlfriend doesnt read this..... :D
 

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Mine is having a gender idenity problem.... I just cant make my mind up. Boy cause its black with tinted windows or it could be a cool rock chick... ive called it Mini or Minnie if a girl. i dont really wanna keep riding and griping a boy..
 

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johnnybaltimore said:
Hey aeplumly, what part of the city did you grow up in. I'm from Annapolis originally, and moved to Union Square last year. Love it up here.
Well, I moved all over MD, from Cockeysville/Hunt Valley to Owings Mills to Parkville and then my family eventually settled in Bel Air. A few of my friends live in Camden which I think is a great area. Union Sqare is nice, too!
 
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