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what a dope .

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sillygarry, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. sillygarry

    sillygarry Posting Addict

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    No one told him that its been raining for a month and the river is in flood :D
     

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    Uncle nobhead strikes again !!!
     
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    how far did he drive in it before it got sooo deep:eek:
     
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    Super 4x4 driver who doesn't have a clue, by being an off road vehicle he probably took that literally.
     
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    Yes, but as we all know, Land Rover Evoques can go anywhere and come with a three-year unlimited mileage warranty and a six-year anti-corrosion warranty. You also get a three-year roadside assistance package !

    Bet he needs it now, especially the road(river)side and anti-corrosion parts :D
     
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    Evidently he tried to apply to nature the same arrogance and dismissive attitude that apparently comes as standard with owning such a pointless attention-whoring turd-o-skate*.

    Tosspiece - hope his insurance has an exemption clause for "f*ckwittery" :p




    *Unless he left it parked there and didn't realise the river was flooding... still an eejit though and still deserves it for driving a Chelsea tractor :p
     
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    Something tells me you don't like this particular model then :D:D
     
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    half way and he stalled it:laff:
     
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    you are spot on mate all the gear and no idea
     
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    I have a deep, deep hatred for "Luxury" 4x4s and "soft roaders" in general. A Land Rover Defender is a proper man's working vehicle. Admittedly Range Rovers, X5s etc are very capable off-road as well, but they're usually driven by Censored who'll never exploit their off-road abilities.

    Fair enough if you actually have a need for that facility, however I reckon that 95% of people who buy these abhorrant contraptions are shallow, selfish and materialistic idiots who have no idea about how to select an appropriate vehicle for themselves; buying solely because of shallow marketing tripe and misplaced concepts of perceived prestige. I frequently see shiney-clean examples of this bloated crap being piloted around urban / suburban environments by arrogant, inconsiderate and self-important t*ssers - many of whom have zero ability to actually control something so large in a safe manner.

    It appears that many of these vehicles are used to shuttle little Johnny to school because, . forbid, he should walk there himself! I hate this attitude as these vehicles are particularly unsuitable for use in built-up environments - compared to an "average" car they pollute more, use more fuel, take up more space, hamper visibility of/for other road users, cause more damage in impacts with pedestrians and other vehicles, handle worse and are arguably less safe..

    "Soft roaders" like the Evoque and Nissan Juke are potentially even more vile, since they often offer all of the drawbacks of the larger vehicles with none of the functionality. They exist purely to serve the ill-informed, marketing-driven tastes of the idiot car buyer who buys on looks, marketing and perceived status alone.

    I cannot fathom why most people who drive this rubbish chose it over an equivalent car. Need 4wd? Get an Audi.. need lots of load space? Get an estate. A decent saloon or estate would spank a Chelsea tractor of soft-roader on the road, where most are actually used 100% of the time, in pretty much every respect. It will go round corners better, be better on fuel, depreciate less..

    First thing that comes into my head when I see someone in such a vehicle is "selfish, self-important t*sser" :down:
     
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    +1 with you there mate :up:
     
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    I think you need to learn to express yourself a little better?............................ I'm not really quite getting your point of view? Come on man..... say what you mean and don't pussyfoot around the subject!

    LOOOOOOOL!
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    Glad iv got a Suzuki Jimny sot top :D and before anyone starts its a great little 4x4 , got all terrain tyres , getting 2 inch lift , ideal for work ideal for popping about , fantastic to getting to my mates house 4 miles down a very rough track , great for pottering round my big permission shooting with the roof off wouldnt have a RR given
     
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    If anything over the years, I have learnt to never judge a book by it's cover. ;)
     
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    Don't hold back Cloverleaf...tell us what you really think LOL.
     
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    Over the top clover breath deeply man :p
     
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