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Anyone fed up with chatter on cars?

I have just leased a new car and all anyone wants to know is 'how is it', 'does it go well'; its a bloody box on wheels, i like it, but then, I like my front door!

For true enjoyment bikes are the answer - big beefy engines, high noise, low cost - now thats fun...

Unfortunately, with family I cant afford both so am a boxed biker; sad or what? (sob, sob, dribble!).

For all those on here who love bikes and especially to those who find themselves boxed, my heart goes out to you.

Anyway, I'm giving up smoking and feeling pathetic - it will pass I'm sure (hopefully), thus the diatribe on good times in the saddle and the bad times on the nest!!!

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Cars and their performance bores me silly. Does it go, will it accelerate much the same and travel the same distance as that souped-up wonder in the traffic queue in front of me that isn't going anywhere quicker than me and burning fuel at twice my rate?

That's why I drive a Fiesta. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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So Bigun, what ya driving?

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A go cart by the sounds of it.

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why not by a bike and side car if he is so upset.

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someone at work today asked me "If you were a car, what would you be?" My reply: "One in the scrapyard." Does this mean there is something wrong with me?

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Barry_Scott said:
someone at work today asked me "If you were a car, what would you be?" My reply: "One in the scrapyard." Does this mean there is something wrong with me?


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Barry_Scott said:
someone at work today asked me "If you were a car, what would you be?" My reply: "One in the scrapyard." Does this mean there is something wrong with me?


Not at all, normality is when you can express yourself however you feel fit - I drive cars as a neccessity, bikes are my first love.

Being (now) disabled, bikes are a bit of a problem and I have had my fill of trikes...

I guess I am a saddo who will always dream of getting 'back to how things were!'




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