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I suppose it makes sense to people that really love the A4. I've since come to love my little Kubota,(Universal 5416) considering I've never owned a diesel anything. I even feel sexy when I smell like Diesel to others.. (not) lol
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I suppose it makes sense to people that really love the A4. I've since come to love my little Kubota,(Universal 5416) considering I've never owned a diesel anything. I even feel sexy when I smell like Diesel to others.. (not) lol
I've never met a woman who smelled of Eau de Kubota - I think I'd like it.
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