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Guide to being a complete Pr@t in a Car

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by NEiLS3LK51, Jun 26, 2005.

  1. NEiLS3LK51
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    [Jun 26, 2005]
    Nice find Neil. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh_2.gif /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh_2.gif
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    so very true its sad.
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    lol that guide is timeless and even more relevant 7 years on




    Joe,please don't say holy thread revival
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    [Jun 17, 2012]
    Nothing wrong with closing the gap.
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    :wtf:
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    [Jun 18, 2012]
    I'd say he's about half right. Mobile phones, cutting people off, fog lights when it's clear etc I agree with. Private plates, foreign cars and 4x4s he has all wrong. He ends up just sounding like a pr@t himself (and surely that 't' is redundant as @=at).

    Also, not a great choice of text/background colours... had to highlight it just to read it properly. And I wonder if "compleat" was deliberate, or just a fortunate accident.
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