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February 24th, 2014 | 101 Entries

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101 Entries for “revved”

  1. A guy was in his car waiting for his son to get out of school. He rolled the window down and saw his son talking to someone.

    By Michael on 02.25.2014

  2. an very in patencie king, revved on and on about pizza.He had really wanted a large pizza,and then a young person revved on and on a bout being late it was his annerversery

    By Kaylee on 02.25.2014

  3. one day this guy named guy wanted to go to the store and when he got into his vehicle he started to revve the engine and trying to be a show-off

    By maddy on 02.25.2014

  4. once apon a ttime there was a man waiting for a ladies and he got very im patient so he revved up his car to make it sound good but the car was 100 years old and then the girls went out side a saw how old it was and went to hide and called the cops to get the guy to leave them alone

    By thomas on 02.25.2014

  5. one time when me and my family were going to my brothers wrestling tournament we had to stop at my dads friends house to get his son. When we got there my dad said they would only be a minute. Then a half an hour went by and they had not got back in the car and I got so mad I revved the car.

    By Sydney on 02.25.2014

  6. once there was a guy named boby mic loby, and he liked cars. o0ne day he went out side and drove his car, he revved it up and kicked dirt every were. after that he brock his leg and flu to the moon. the end

    By kenneth on 02.25.2014

  7. My dad has a 1970 dodge challenger with a 440 motor in it. When me and my dad go for a ride in it, we always squeal the tires and lay blackmarks on are cment. its awesome especially when we fly over the hills on my road.

    By Lucas on 02.25.2014

  8. ok so a couple years ago me and my family wentn to marrit sppedway and my brother and I enterd in this drawing to go around the track on a car. their was so many kids though I didn’t expect to get called. but I did I was kinda nervous but it was so fun! I wish I could do it again! I wont ever forget it!

    By sydney on 02.25.2014

  9. I like how people revve vehicles because it sound cool and you sound like your tough just kidding I like the sound though.

    By Bianna on 02.25.2014

  10. revved is like when you start up the vehicle or start up the motorcycle that is what revved means and you revved up the dune buggy or started up the dirt bike.

    By ethan on 02.25.2014

  11. there once was a kid that takes about ten hours to get ready so he got really early to be able to get ready thedad was revving the engine the kid took to long to get out of the car so when he got all ready the dad acsedentaly hit the shifer and he reved the engine one more time and the car whent forward and hit the kid and he died

    By malachi URL on 02.25.2014

  12. I was riding a cow and I went to the bathroom and when I came out I saw that it was half way to the the car it was 5 feet away fron the cow now it is 3. and I was proud

    By dominick on 02.25.2014

  13. one time I was waiting for my mom to come out of the house so I had to revved the veichile because I wanted to go to the beach.

    By kala on 02.25.2014

  14. I never was one for spectator sports. While others were content to watch from the sidelines, I’ve jumped in and immersed myself in the action. When my dad bought that awesome old truck, I wanted in.
    I put the pedal to the metal. And what can I say? Me and the rusty old 1965 Ford F100 get along pretty good. The ancient engine’s revving and sputtering is music to my ears.

    By Leah URL on 02.25.2014

  15. He revved up the engine while the lights flicked red. Two more. Then two more – then GO! The wheels spun like greased monkeys on jello. Easy left, crest, jump. Right hairpin then crest. Tree. Ditch. Well, shit.

    By Acid URL on 02.25.2014

  16. So here I am trying to write about how revved up I am about the release of TFiOS

    By 8H on 02.25.2014

  17. I was revved up when I got accepted into the University of Miami. I was so excited I couldn’t eat or sleep for days. I started losing weight and my parents were getting worried. Actually, I was worried too. Even though I was accepted, I was concerned that my parents could not afford the tuition- and that was very bad.

    By Anabel Gonzalez URL on 02.25.2014

  18. I was revved up when i fell from a tree it all started when i wanted a mango so i climmd the tree then i fell and i that something i broke my hand by i did not.

    By hulk on 02.25.2014

  19. I was revved up when I found out it was my birthday. was so happy that I couldn’t even speak. That evening my mom and dad gave me a present for my birthday, it was so much fun. I was totally revved up. 2

    By keerthi on 02.25.2014

  20. Oh to be revved like rugby player, to expect to be plowed, downed, and pummeled and not take it personally, to make gamefuls of amazing plays, to get every job done well or heroically at the very least…only not get cauliflower ears. Oh to be revved like the wealthy young elite on cocaine and kicking ass in Prada suits and Jimmy Choo spikes…only not incur the charges, bodily and monetarily. Oh to be invincibly revved…

    By Miss Alister URL on 02.25.2014

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    By Guy on 02.25.2014