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Thread: 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon -- Wife Said NO!! How Can I change her mind?

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    2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon -- Wife Said NO!! How Can I change her mind?

    Hey Everyone,

    I have been waiting for this Truck to come out for years now, and now I have the chance to get it! We already have a Toyota Tacoma (2017) and its a great truck and I do not want to get rid of it either..

    SO i asked my wife if we can get it when it comes out? I want to call the dealer and put my name down for one of the first Loaded Rubicons, she said no way.....

    So Here is my idea, She has always wanted a Mercedes-Benz I was thinking, well maybe I could surprise her with the one she wants with a big frekn bow on it...

    What do you all think of my chances for the Jeep?

    I was thinking of doing something crazy by putting it on my you tube channel and blind folding her to surprise her... Do you all think that will work??

    btw, hey all, if this works I will finally be part of the Jeep world...
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
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    Lol, that was going to be my suggestion too


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    No can Do, Frekn love this girl..... Just gotta change her mind!
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    So far you guys are really bad influences
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    Bad influences?! Your the one talking about buying two vehicles after she told you no on just one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Bad influences?! Your the one talking about buying two vehicles after she told you no on just one.
    I am just looking for a route that will end in a Jeep sitting at my house, and no i cant leave her ...... has to be another way... just has to be.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizzard005 View Post
    I am just looking for a route that will end in a Jeep sitting at my house, and no i cant leave her ...... has to be another way... just has to be.....
    Maybe talk to your wife and no a Jeep forum?


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