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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 08-11-04, 06:30 AM Thread Starter
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The latest trend: Writing your name on your car

Well, it seems we've hit a whole new low.

Today i experienced visual torture (and ultimately almost pissed myself laughing in the end), by seeing a true road going chariot:



A 1987 Toyota Corolla with stockies, a beautiful 'faded red' paintjob, and 'TASHA LEE' written across the back window in big pink letters.

Now, the question must be asked. WHY?!


I'm contemplating a lynch mob campaign against these people!

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yeah sounds like a good idea to wirte your name on your car. i can see it now: you piss someone off and they read your name.....then they grab the phone book and bingo they rock up to your door and beat the shit out of you.
what a brain wave.

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Re: The latest trend: Writing your name on your car

Only if you're stupid enough to put your last name on there as well!

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Re: The latest trend: Writing your name on your car

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Only if you're stupid enough to put your last name on there as well!
Why not just leave your mobile phone no on there under your name so people can ring you on the move!

Gee, that's really asking for a bit of FF Lynch Mobbing, isnt it? May as well had a sticker on there "FF Lynch Mob Lynching Requested"....

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Re: The latest trend: Writing your name on your car

I had a loan car that had a big sticker of "Spiro" on the rear windscreen - it was a mid 80's Corolla

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best one ive seen..
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thats for sale actually

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LOL, I had a friend who had her name as a sticker on the back window of her Celica a few years ago.

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best one ive seen..
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Why not just leave your mobile phone no on there under your name so people can ring you on the move!
Don't people who are selling their cars do that all the time?

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