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Old 08-09-2007, 08:48 PM   #71
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Yay road trip FTW , i wish i was 17now so i could drive i would go to tesco at like 5 am and crazy shizz like that . also dude_se what car you plan to get .Also i am planning to go france when i am 18 and have a car
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Old 08-09-2007, 08:50 PM   #72
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Old 08-10-2007, 04:01 AM   #73
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Yay road trip FTW , i wish i was 17now so i could drive i would go to tesco at like 5 am and crazy shizz like that . also dude_se what car you plan to get .Also i am planning to go france when i am 18 and have a car
So you must be hoping like hell that the age limit isn't raised to 18 then?, um, drive to Tesco's at 5am....er, why??
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Old 08-10-2007, 05:22 AM   #74
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I dont think the age limit should be raised too, by the time youve passed etc your 17-18 anyway. Besides with public transport nowadays you need to drive. I've nearly been in a crash a few times which wasnt my fault due to older drivers going too slow (wayyyy under the limit) bit of both ages I think
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Old 08-10-2007, 06:16 AM   #75
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So you must be hoping like hell that the age limit isn't raised to 18 then?, um, drive to Tesco's at 5am....er, why??
Yeah i hope it dosent get raised .
Also , why not drive to tesco at 5 AM ?
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Old 08-10-2007, 07:13 AM   #76
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Why not drive to Tesco's at 5 AM?
Because I can go there in the day, why should I waste all that sleep trudging round a shop with a trolley in the wee hours?, even most birds are napping on branches, [except owls] how absolutely thrilling!! lol.
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Because I can go there in the day, why should I waste all that sleep trudging round a shop with a trolley in the wee hours?, even most birds are napping on branches, [except owls] how absolutely thrilling!! lol.
Yeah but in the day its very busy and besides its just a random thing to do some time
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Yay road trip FTW , i wish i was 17now so i could drive i would go to tesco at like 5 am and crazy shizz like that . also dude_se what car you plan to get .Also i am planning to go france when i am 18 and have a car
Me and you are going to france, I'll go pack :P
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Yeah but in the day its very busy and besides its just a random thing to do some time
Yeah, you're young so go for it!!, boy am I looking forward to bed [yawn]....ah well, only another ten hours!
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@muz, not sure what car im gonna get, not more than about 1k for my first car anyway. will be the typical small first car.
...and as for tesco at 5am ive already been planning that
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