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Old 06-20-2002, 03:03 PM   #1
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Your girlfriend drive your baby ! BIG ****ING MISTAKE !
Last Year when i was seeing my X i let her "take care" of my baby when i went to vancouver for a week and a half ! BIG ****ING MISTAKE ! FYI...She knows how to drive (and ride) stick, so i wasnt worried givin her my keys...but when i got back i noticed a few things that werent right about the car !
First, I found out that she liked to parralel park cars by feel !
I had a set of $1000 (per wheel) rims on my car, which now had some crub rash !
second, The check engine light came on ....and well ........i found out my clutch was burnt to a crisp !
Third, she left a stick of lipstick in the car and had melted into the carpets.
Fourth, i needed a new 3rd gear (warranty) THANK GOD !

So guys .......THINK ...and i mean REALLY think ! (not with the other brain,....THE one A TOP OF YOUR NECK) to RETHINK about giving a woman your baby ! JUST DONT DO IT ! I learned from that experience
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Old 06-20-2002, 03:04 PM   #2
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Old 06-20-2002, 04:51 PM   #3
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$1000 rims?! man...if i were u, the gurl wudnt be alive no more...esp the lipstick...i wudnt be able to stand it, hope nothing like this happens to ur m3!
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Old 06-20-2002, 05:30 PM   #4
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Maybe you just need to pick your women better....but seriously, I am assuming you've never made a mistake in your car by the way your speaking?? Okay to be upset, but to write about it and make general statements, like never let them touch your ride.....you may need to lighten up. They are only cars after all, and can be cleaned, repaired, etc.

I've never had a problem letting my wife drive my car. Thankfully she finds the ride a little harsh so it doesn't occur that often, but I have no problem when she does need the car.
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Old 06-20-2002, 06:02 PM   #5
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gladdo, PM me, we need to go on an E46 m3 cruise w/ my buddies M3's... your most welcome to join..
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Old 06-20-2002, 06:08 PM   #6
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Maybe you just need to pick your women better....but seriously, I am assuming you've never made a mistake in your car by the way your speaking?? Okay to be upset, but to write about it and make general statements, like never let them touch your ride.....you may need to lighten up. They are only cars after all, and can be cleaned, repaired, etc.

I've never had a problem letting my wife drive my car. Thankfully she finds the ride a little harsh so it doesn't occur that often, but I have no problem when she does need the car.
lighten up? YOU lighten up. shheeessshhh
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Old 06-20-2002, 09:17 PM   #7
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lighten up? YOU lighten up. shheeessshhh
haha! wat a come back...thats funny
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Old 06-21-2002, 10:58 AM   #8
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I let my girlfriend drive my car once and that didn't last for more than 20feet because i asked her pull into this one school parking lot and she turned too late and almost drove my car up the curb!!
(and i did give her ample warning ahead of time that we'd be pulling into this parking lot)

she isn't allowed to touch my car until she gets a G license, and even then she has to get my approval =)

she's scared of driving my car anyway, compared to her mom's car and father's car, mine accelerates too fast for her liking, and the roar of the engine scares her hehehe.
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Old 06-21-2002, 05:12 PM   #9
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A couple of years ago I let my G/F (current) try out my E30 while driving down south on I-75. I was so tired... on the verge of passing out, so I taught he how to drive standard right there on the shoulder of the highway. She did good, didn't stall it (a little too much clutch slip - but oh well) and I made her skip gears from 1st to 3rd to 5th.

After showing her how to read the Valentine 1, I fell asleep. After a hour or so into it, I open 1 eye and notice that she's doing 190km/h and hi-beaming everyone to move over!!!*drunk* It was her license at stake and we were making good time so I closed my eye again and tryed to fall back asleep (couldn't though).

She knows how protective I am about my vehicles and respects them more then her own... most of the time she's too nervous to drive them because she's afraid I'd kill her for making a mistake.
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Old 06-23-2002, 09:41 AM   #10
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Ha ha !Yesterday in a parking of supermarket, a girl with a bimmer 320i E36 tried to park. There was very enough place, but at the end of 5 minutes, there were lots of others cars who waited behind her. she gave up parking and left to park on a place for handicapped persons!
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