General Chat Thread, Colder UK winters to be the norm? in General; Originally Posted by Gibbo
I'm more concerned about the number of muppets who can't drive when it's icy or snowy ...
6th July 2011, 02:01 PM #16
To be fair, they're not all muppets .. my wife got caught out by a patch of black ice and went into a car .. the person who owned the car had abandoned it on a roundabout after they had done something similar though, except for the fact it they hadn't, then the worse would of been my wife catching the kerb .. hmmm ..
Originally Posted by Gibbo
The thing that gets me (and this is me speaking as a 4x4 driver) are the people who are in 4x4 vehicles who think that they are invincible and that ice is no match for their 4-wheeled-beasts .. hmmm .. ice is ice people .. you're still not going to stop if you're going too fast and driving irresponsibly in that kind of weather!
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6th July 2011, 03:00 PM #17
Was that meant to say "picnic"?
Originally Posted by nephilim
6th July 2011, 03:08 PM #18
Oddly it was meant to be "never"....how it ended up as beverage I will never know...lol
6th July 2011, 03:15 PM #19
if its going to be colder i want one of 2 things
1 enough snow so i can stay in bed
2. no snow
6th July 2011, 03:25 PM #20
I'd be happy with two feet of snow;
6th July 2011, 11:06 PM #21
Ahhh the weather makers listening to my plee, I said when I bought a 4x4 it would never snow again until I decided enough was enough and sold it for another Golf GTI to be a boy racer again, but maybe they listened and are going to give me cold snowy winters to enjoy my new 4x4 in.
Maybe its not time to sell the Lexus @Dos_Box or to swap it for a Freelander or Audi All-road if they are going to be cold snowy winters.
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