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    Quote Originally Posted by dandam View Post
    Middle lane driver's - I believe it should be legal that I could fit a big James Bond villian style gun to the front of my car in order to fire these numpty's off the road, if they don't have the intelligence to know when to move in they shouldn't be allowed to own a car
    What I don't understand is that each and every person I have spoken to about this does agree that it is completely stupid to do that sort of thing... So if everyone agrees, than who are the nimbwits actually driving in the middle lane... Either they have no friends to talk to or there is a bunch of liers around...

    Other than that, I do agree with the James Bond gun. Although, In my case I'd prefer it to be a Mad Max style lorry. Maybe Tina could stand on the bonnet singing: "You're simply a Pest" while I ram the pricks of motorway...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Desertfish View Post
    Either they have no friends to talk to

    Simple...
     
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    Rush hour, yeah right,

    If only 'people' bought into the concept and actaully bloody well rushed !
     
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    And don't forget....

    The school run starts again tomorrow or the day after !

    I can't wait for the extra traffic.
     
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    poor clutch control, that really grinds my gears

    apart from that,

    middle lane drivers again,
    old drivers,
    bumper huggers,
    falken 912 tyres that last 5k miles!!,
    nightshift,
    norton antivirus, erm,
    firefox lovers, erm,
    the list goes on,
    linux lovers,
    any i.t. bloke,
    alfa drivers,
    vx racing team,
    ferrari racing team,
    my sister!!
    Subaru broken, sold, Silver Seat Leon Cupra 180 '02' no cupra badge?
     
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    400 Novas with 500 wheels and 300 stereos
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by omegadirective View Post
    I do that, but only because no matter where I park there's always some tw*t that dings my car. I've just had it repaired for bodywork damage and I park at the completely opposite end of the supermarket car park, with no one about at all. I come back and there are 2 cars parked either side of me, squashed me in. My drivers door has a ding in it!

    There were still hundreds of other spaces about! Many a lot closer to the supermarket! I think these tw*ts do it on purpose! Thats why I take up 2 parking spaces!

    If it's really busy I won't, because it's a struggle to park then obviously.



    Completely agree there. Robbing bast*rds.
    So it's you!

    When i had the Beemer, with it being a coupe, it was a given fact that if i parked at a supermarket, that some (Rick with a silent P) would park 2 inches from either door rendering me unable to get in the car at all.

    I once had to get the announcer at asda to call the owner outside to move his car.

    (30 minutes later)

    By now my blood is boiling, my shopping is defrosting and this bloke waltz's out with a trolley full.

    When i ask him what has taken so long, he replies, that he "knew" that he hadn't blocked anyone in, so was in no rush, i pointed to my doors, stating the problem, and he shrugged his shoulders and muttered something.......

    Needless to say i jumped across his bonnet and introduced him to my right hook.....

    Funny how he couldn't get in his car quick enough after that...
     
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    Idiots in green ford ka's who stray from the middle lane on and island into the inner line while your along side them then have the nerve to put the horn on, I was rather tempted to squash him with the RR
    You may think I'm being helpful yet sarcastic, this is only because I feel I need to help you to help yourself in the future
     
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    Idiot old lady in BRG Rover 600s in the middle lane of the M60 this morning past the Trafford Centre doing 47mph in the middle lane. I couldnt move due to traffic flying past me so wasnt impressed
     
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    BMW drivers.

    X5 pottering along at 20/25 mph in a 40 zone heading up a dual carriageway. Hits the National Speed Limit marker and floors it, bellowing diesel out of the exhaust. He must have felt a right a*rse when my 1.6 A3 managed to catch up with him a second later and pass him.
     
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