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Old 03-14-2002, 17:01   #1 (permalink)
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Serious warning for drivers

This is a very important warning for all motorists:

Yesterday a friend of mine stood talking to a friend at the side of a road. He couldn’t help but notice across the road a delightfully attractive female wearing very revealing clothing. He and his friend both stopped talking to observe the view. He then noticed two young lads driving down the road making the same observations, which caused them not to notice that the truck in front of them had stopped for pedestrians. You guessed it, crash!!.

Distractions like this are very serious, to avoid this happening I recommend the following:

a. Don’t perv
b. Stop the car if you want to perv.
c. petition for a law banning attractive women wearing revealing apparel in public.

I opt for c. it would make life much easier for me as far as my wife is concerned. Of course this does not apply to our sister drivers out there, who can put lipstick on, talk on the mobile, drink coffee and perv while they are driving. Us blokes can only concentrate on one thing at a time!.
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LOL...

My ex did that once... was too busy perving at a chic in a short skirt - and he ran up the back of another car.
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i nearly ran up the back of a 5 Series once cuz i was looking at some chick... next thing you know, there's this 5 Series right in front of you! you know, ford econovans have REALLY good brakes! hehe
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(a) and (c) are simply unacceptable. (b) is impractical. I propose a training system for safe and effective perving whilst at the wheel, which shall be named OgleSafe(tm).

OgleSafe(tm) - Another initiative of the BSR Group.
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Very good, very good.

OgleSafe(tm) LMAO!!

This is not a laughing matter though...

/me votes 1 for proposition 67 - OgleSafe
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OgleSafe sounds good to me! Sign me up for that!
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Good idea!!

then maybe in the next 5 years, super intelligent robots can design us some effective x-ray goggles!
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OgleSafe(tm) - Another initiative of the BSR Group.
We've been testing this here in Canberra for around 9 years now. Very effective when used in conjunction with CompanyCar(tm) & CompanyCarInsurance(tm).

OgleSafe(tm) is one of the best perks of my job! For all the Canberra lads, Bunda St at lunch time in Summer... OMG!!
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I propose that us lads all be given super models of our choice to drive around with and keep us company at home. That way we will be so happy and thrilled that we wont need to perv.
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I propose that us lads all be given super models of our choice to drive around with and keep us company at home. That way we will be so happy and thrilled that we wont need to perv.
Don't be ridiculous! After 48 hours with best stunner in the world we'd all be swivelling our eyeballs around again. Might work if you could swap them for a new one every 48 hours.
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