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 Post subject: car park door swingers
PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 5:02 pm 
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seriously what the fuck is wrong with people, how hard is it to control your door when your opening

If people can't master opening a door they must find life hard



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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 6:14 pm 
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I'd like to add to this my utter f**king disgust towards car manufacturers adding those rubber strips to every new car's bumper/door design so peeple car dodgem-car park. WTF


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 7:21 pm 
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if you see them do it.take their door mirror off with a power bar. works for me.

that's my standard retaliation for most parking incidents.


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Or..

You can keep a 'multi purpose' crow bar under your seat...

and if you see people making 'racing dents' on your doors with theres,
then you can feel free to give them 'racing striples' with your crow bar :)


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crow bars can get you into trouble,as they're seen as a breaking and entering tool...

my power bar is 36" long,solid stainless,and has a 1/2" drive on one end,which is for attaching a socket to remove my car's wheel nuts.

that's the official story,and with the socket sitting in the centre console,a plausible one.


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crow bars can get you into trouble,as they're seen as a breaking and entering tool...

my power bar is 36" long,solid stainless,and has a 1/2" drive on one end,which is for attaching a socket to remove my car's wheel nuts.

that's the official story,and with the socket sitting in the centre console,a plausible one.


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A maglite can also prove innocent enough

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true. but isn't anywhere nearly as heavy or solid. :)


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i reckon a screw driver would do the job but not for a car park incident, maybe if someone smashed into me and it was there fault :evil:


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Club lock.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 2:48 pm 
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Look at all our hatred filling up in time for xmas! :D:D:D


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its to with weight issues... some people are honestly to fat to get in and out of cars...

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some people should learn the difference between to and too and where you use it :P

think about that over christmas haha

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there not smart enought to know were to use it correctly zei


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:P im not saying a word

they might need to speak to that kid who is smart but cant find his way out of the silvia section heheh

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 5:57 pm 
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LOL :lol:


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