Dad - the car is making a funny noise

britt

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BASE UK Member
Why would young ladies be interested in useless drop kicks? Ffs if they are incapable of changing a flat tire then surety they wouldn't have the intelligence to be able to reproduce?
I think the reason wasters seem to do well with the girls is because those with a brain are busy working, socializing with mates, playing sport etc. The waster has time on his hands, to give girls time and attention, and that's what many like, rather than thinking of the ability of that person to provide for them and their children in the future.
 
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arcobob

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Norfolk
I used a self inflating kit on wifes newish car. It can't then be repaired as chemicals in gunk stop the patch sticking. What's annoying is that the hole was too big for the gunk so I had put a string in it anyway. New tyre Thankyou. Grrrr.
I refuse to buy a car that does not have a spare wheel of any description. I have already kicked out Mazda XS5 and Honda CRV. One day the idiots will learn that instant repair kits are not the answer.
 

Stewie

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Location
Northern Italy
went out to a lock-out on a audi once,arrived on scene and the bloke walked up to me with a big red mark on his forehead.Asked him if he was ok and he said "I thought i'd smash the window with a hammer to get my keys out and it bounced back and smacked him :banghead: :banghead:
No surprise: it's very difficult to smash a car window that way. You need something with a small hard tip.
 

Exfarmer

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Bury St Edmunds
The drive to reproduce must be one of the strongest instincts in any creature.

There’s a hospital/home the other side of down for kids/young adults with a certain birth defect, the name of which escapes me but they all tend to have chubby happy faces although their brain capacity seems to be that of a very young child.
Many years ago they used to milk a few cows there, they used to help clean up after milking which basically involved smearing the few plops of cow sh!t all over the floor for the cowman to clean up afterwards such was their lack of capacity to perform a simple task yet as the dairy engineer pointed out, all them girls are on the pill because they could work out how to do that.
As I say, one of the most basic animal instincts.

Maybe Canadian women are more sensible but I’ve seen plenty of examples of women falling for wrong uns, it often ends badly for them yet they go for the same type again.
Sadly men will take advantage of such kids, we had one when I was young, she had been adopted by a couple in the village, she soon became Pregnant as the father had been abusing her, and the ******** never went to jail, he persuaded the police it was his son who had done it and the girl was ruled not to be reliable witness.
The worst thing was a neighbour had complained very early about what was happening, but nobody believed them
 
I'd be embarrassed if I was one of those young lads, at that age my mates would have took the pee mercilessly and rightly so.
Young lads are getting softer 17year olds now finance there first car just to take some photos to hope to show off on instergram:ROFLMAO:

bit different from my youth when me and my Friends swapped cars Every month rived on in car parks and visited scrap yards every Sunday morning to fix what we wrecked on the Saturday night:ROFLMAO:
 
Sadly men will take advantage of such kids, we had one when I was young, she had been adopted by a couple in the village, she soon became Pregnant as the father had been abusing her, and the ******** never went to jail, he persuaded the police it was his son who had done it and the girl was ruled not to be reliable witness.
The worst thing was a neighbour had complained very early about what was happening, but nobody believed them
It wasn’t a case of men talking advantage, it was the lads with the same problems.
Their intelligence was that of a young child but they still had the urge to reproduce
 

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