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Frozen A3

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by crazy88, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. crazy88
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    I definitely think he should use a sledgehammer to sort his A3. Perhaps cover it in salt too, or petrol and burn it off? I believe it's still frozen, so i'm sure he'd like other sensible suggestions.
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    CHRIS555 DOPE with added OCD

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    I wonder if anyone thought he was snow foaming it?!
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    Looks like someone with a VERY bad cold has sneezed on it.
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    +1 Retard
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    how would you go about it though? 400000 litres of de-icer? obv not the hammer what a retard... i suppose you could start a fire next to it?
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    Looks like the slime in Ghostbusters 2....

    The stuff that made the Statue of Liberty move...
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    if you liked your lke i do i would just leave it to thaw out naturally. nutjob
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    Hairdryer.
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    Personally i'd do this...here

    A couple of those beauties sat around the car would defrost it fast.
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    Who would foot the electric bill?
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    but as the ice melts wont it run down and freeze again?? :think: due to how cold it is and the fact its a giant ice cube??
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    He needs it deiced man, not crumpled!
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    Don't think sit...think slowly caressing those enormous butt cheeks allover the car. Using their chubby warmth to defrost the ice.
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    I'd turn it into a tourist attraction...

    Roll up, Roll up, see the AMAZING frozen car...
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    A battery operated one. :tocktock:

    Wait until summer and then do it? :happy:
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    Couple jet heaters would do it.
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    alright smarty pants :applaus::laugh:

    yeh the butane powered blow heaters! prob be the only way!!
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    lol, I dread to think of all the things that float around your mind!!!!

    Suprised non of you have said about getting some women around it and the hot air as they chat will melt it quick enough lo

    Deffo not a hammer, a rubber one could work though!!!!!!!l
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    You're right to dread...it's really not good! A mis-spent childhood and passion for lycra can warp a man's mind.
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    wow had to read that twice lol, thought you said wearing all that lycra had warped something lol! Take it you drift off often with your thoughts then lol
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    I think cycling home everyday on a saddle that's the size of an apple core has warped something, not the lycra. I refuse to wear lycra in public...i keep it for special moments with my loved one.

    And yeah, i'm a dreamer, nothing but a big dreamer ha.
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