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Do you have a teenage kid? Does he borrow your car often and post on the internet?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by boggysv, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. boggysv
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    http://www.edmunds.com/insideline/do/Columns/articleId=124526#2
    I feel sorry for the family, but it looks like a Darwin situation.


    Another pet peeve, why do kids make it a point to tell the whole world about their age? I'm 18 and I drive an M5, I'm 17 and I will be responsible with the evo, I just got my license, but I worked hard for this RS4....:wtf:

    How about proving it by staying alive and not writing off daddy's car??!??


    <sorry, had to rant>
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    My dad has got a robin reliant the chances of me killing myself let alone getting the thing to fly through the air at 39 years of age and weighing 28 stone is virtually zero which is why I dont post about my dads robin reliant :ermm:
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    TDI-line Uber Post Whore

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    Very sad for all those familys.
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    Caesium My BM is fixed!

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    I certainly would not lend a son of mine a 500bhp V10 monster at 18 years old, it doesn't make for a good ending. Blame the parents.
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    Sam-K Has a throbbing red german.

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    my dad would let me drive some quick cars from his work.. but not on my own :O
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