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Discussion in 'Coffee Shop' started by derek kelly, May 11, 2019.

  1. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    I still can't believe you are trying to worm out of what you said.

    Fact.

    :flipa:

    :p
     
  2. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    You have just lost your argument (whatever that was)........ I have a huge willy and an expensive car.
     
  3. sr71caspar

    sr71caspar B̶a̶n̶n̶e̶d̶ Club Sponsor

    Quite.
     
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  4. derek kelly

    derek kelly The Deli lama Club Sponsor

    So, many cars are built with the same parts but can cost over £20,000 more to buy.
     
  5. derek kelly

    derek kelly The Deli lama Club Sponsor

    Yes but your huge willy is up your arse.
     
  6. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    Ah, there it is, the diversionary tactic being employed when things aren't going so well.......

    :rolleyes:
     
  7. Cougar377

    Cougar377 Express elevator to hell Club Sponsor

    True. I've noticed in the last half a dozen years or so that mainstream car designs are so similar that it's as if the designers are all graduates of the same school.
    A few years ago Ford were banging out a range of cars that all looked liked they were based on one model. It was when they owned Aston and the cheeky bastids lifted the AM grill design and put it on everything. Now it seems to transcend car manufacturers these days and, a bit like bikes, you have to look for the badge to tell what brand it's from (although many car brands share the same "parentage" , so perhaps that's not so surprising).
    I think the last time I thought a manufacturers vehicle design had any "wow" factor was a few years back when Kawasaki suddenly changed for the better. I remember being in a Kwacker dealer showroom with the wife and saying that they must have shot the entire design team and started from scratch.
     
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  8. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    It also goes the other way. Honda decided to go wacky on the current model Civic and instead of setting a new design standard they took it waaaaay t far and ended up with a confused and unappealing eyesore that has not got anywhere near their sales expectations. They tried the same with the last model Civic (the one with the faux headlight glass right across the front )-it was stunning/cutting edge when released but aged very quickly, just looks humdrum now.

    The only new 'everyday' car that I have seen in recent years that turned my head is the Kia Stinger.

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  9. Cougar377

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    When I first saw the Stinger in the flesh I thought it was a BMW. One of Alpha Romeo's saloons is similarly afflicted.
    The new Civic is indeed a total abortion.
    Honda really have lost the plot.
     
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  10. derek kelly

    derek kelly The Deli lama Club Sponsor

    I don’t need to know why you have a huge willy up your arse but got to say it’s a bit extreme for a diversionary tactic.
     
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  11. Pow-Lo

    Pow-Lo B.I.R.D Legend Club Sponsor

    I’m not trying to worm out of anything. I’ve maintained my position; I said what the car cost and what I paid for it, which are two different things. If you can’t wrap your head around that, then you need help that no one on here is qualified to give :asz:
     
  12. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

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    Er, below is exactly what you said.


    "My car was £52k so am I stupid, too? "
     
  13. Pow-Lo

    Pow-Lo B.I.R.D Legend Club Sponsor

    Er, below is exactly what you said.


    "My car was £52k so am I stupid, too? "[/QUOTE]
    That was the list price, not what I paid. How many more times? Are you really so intolerably thick?
     
  14. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    "My car was £52k so am I stupid, too? "[/QUOTE]
    That was the list price, not what I paid. How many more times? Are you really so intolerably thick?[/QUOTE]

    Why not say "the list price of my car was £52k"??

    Why would anyone, even the "intolerably thick" (very rude) think it was the list price??
     
  15. derek kelly

    derek kelly The Deli lama Club Sponsor

    That was the list price, not what I paid. How many more times? Are you really so intolerably thick?[/QUOTE]

    Why not say "the list price of my car was £52k"??

    Why would anyone, even the "intolerably thick" (very rude) think it was the list price??[/QUOTE]
    I knew what he meant, My Megane was almost £31,000 (new price with all add ons) I paid £10,000 when it was 9 month old
     
  16. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    Why not say "the list price of my car was £52k"??

    Why would anyone, even the "intolerably thick" (very rude) think it was the list price??[/QUOTE]
    I knew what he meant, My Megane was almost £31,000 (new price with all add ons) I paid £10,000 when it was 9 month old[/QUOTE]
    I bought a newspaper this morning. It cost 80p.

    It really did cost 80p.

    Not some other figure that I could chuck in randomly and expect everyone to use psychic powers to work out what the real price was.

    By the way, my beemer had a list price of almost £58k, I paid £33k four months old with. less than 100 miles on it.

    Who's got the biggest willy now then??
     
  17. johnboy

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    Is it me?
     
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  18. Cougar377

    Cougar377 Express elevator to hell Club Sponsor

    As opposed to..... "who is the biggest willy....?"
     
  19. Pow-Lo

    Pow-Lo B.I.R.D Legend Club Sponsor

    Why not say "the list price of my car was £52k"??

    Why would anyone, even the "intolerably thick" (very rude) think it was the list price??[/QUOTE]"[/QUOTE]

    It might be rude but that's what happens when I write something that even a blind man on a galloping horse could see but you still insist on trying to prove a non-existent point by arguing the toss, as usual. I even cleared it up in post No. 37 when I wrote:

    "List price was £52,300, I paid just over £40k. If you read my post carefully, you'd have noticed that I said that's what hte car cost, not what I paid"

    Plain as the nose on your face but you still keep on insisting trying to prove I wasn't clear. Either you really are not very bright at all or you want to turn starting arguments into an Olympic sport.
     
  20. andyBeaker

    andyBeaker Moderator Staff Member Moderator Club Sponsor

    "[/QUOTE]

    It might be rude but that's what happens when I write something that even a blind man on a galloping horse could see but you still insist on trying to prove a non-existent point by arguing the toss, as usual. I even cleared it up in post No. 37 when I wrote:

    "List price was £52,300, I paid just over £40k. If you read my post carefully, you'd have noticed that I said that's what hte car cost, not what I paid"

    Plain as the nose on your face but you still keep on insisting trying to prove I wasn't clear. Either you really are not very bright at all or you want to turn starting arguments into an Olympic sport.[/QUOTE]
    Or you just don't want to say "oh yeah, I see what you meann, let me clarify by saying etc.,........"
     

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