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Dear Alfisti,

something really interesting happened in the parking lot that you know about if you read my previous post ;)

I parked my car as usual and while walking to the office building I saw again the (in)famous TT, and for the first time I noticed the number plate too: it's a personalised one "TT XX ASK" (the XX are actually two numbers, but I want to respect the hairdresser's privacy..).

When finding myself in front of such examples of embarassing stupidity (I can't believe someone could decide to pay for such a number plate), sometimes words fail to express my feelings.. so, following the hint of the number plate, I left a note on his windscreen:



"Re. your number plate suggestion:

WHY a low spec TT?!?"


oooh I would have paid to see his face when he found the note! :D:D:D:D
 

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Perhaps it should have been WHY not an Alfa
 
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I'm not against personalised plates. But why pay perfectly good beer money on a plate with the letters TT, when you get the TT badges for free with the car??? The most expensive one I've seen is M3 BMW, again all the badges on the car told you what it was.
 

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Some people will always be unpleasant morons, no matter what they drive, what kind of 'phone they have, or what's written on their numberplate.

Luckily for the rest of us, they tend to make themselves fairly conspicuous with their "uniform":

- Audi TT or A4 TDi with the full Sportline kit and fake RS exhaust tailpipes.
- Prada, Armani or Gucci 'phone.
- Roll-neck jumper.
- "Interesting" glasses.
- Pointy sideburns.
- Semi-formal antique-look loafers.
- Eye-wateringly expensive jeans that look like dishrags.
- Edgy haircut with lots of "product" in it.
 

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The best I've seen is a Merc with a personalised number plate saying what model it was but the model designation had been removed from the boot lid :confused:
 

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morgan you forgot a couple of items of uniform mate

borg implant phone ear thingy
shirt with different coloured collar and cuffs 2 sizes too small
fake perma-tan

i think JC calls them the shirt-hair brigade:cheese:
 
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Some people will always be unpleasant morons, no matter what they drive, what kind of 'phone they have, or what's written on their numberplate.

Luckily for the rest of us, they tend to make themselves fairly conspicuous with their "uniform":

- Audi TT or A4 TDi with the full Sportline kit and fake RS exhaust tailpipes.
- Prada, Armani or Gucci 'phone.
- Roll-neck jumper.
- "Interesting" glasses.
- Pointy sideburns.
- Semi-formal antique-look loafers.
- Eye-wateringly expensive jeans that look like dishrags.
- Edgy haircut with lots of "product" in it.
morgan you forgot a couple of items of uniform mate

borg implant phone ear thingy
shirt with different coloured collar and cuffs 2 sizes too small
fake perma-tan

i think JC calls them the shirt-hair brigade:cheese:
You two have just insulted all my family and friends :rant::mad::rant:
 

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Well, jabberwocky, I reckon that was a top bit of teamwork on our part. :thumbs:

:D
 

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Some people will always be unpleasant morons, no matter what they drive, what kind of 'phone they have, or what's written on their numberplate.

Luckily for the rest of us, they tend to make themselves fairly conspicuous with their "uniform":

- Audi TT or A4 TDi with the full Sportline kit and fake RS exhaust tailpipes.
- Prada, Armani or Gucci 'phone.
- Roll-neck jumper.
- "Interesting" glasses.
- Pointy sideburns.
- Semi-formal antique-look loafers.
- Eye-wateringly expensive jeans that look like dishrags.
- Edgy haircut with lots of "product" in it.
I'm so glad I read that.
That's about as far from describing me as it's possible. :thumbs:
 
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