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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    radar detector- a girl's best friend (other than wax )

    I'm the crazy driver your mother warned you about I weave in and out of traffic, speed, yell at other drivers and take off when the light turns green like it's the Indy 500- the only accident I've ever been in was when someone else ran a red light and smashed my car as I was legally turning left I'm observant- I know what's going on in traffic, so it's not like I'm driving dangerously per se- just driving rather bat out of hellishly. I love to drive and think that it's a lot of fun, kind of a challenge- me versus the other drivers!

    and yes- I slow down to about 20 mph in no passing zones if someone's tailing me... then I speed up to where they can't pass me once we hit a passing zone it's fun
    Not me.

    I love speed more than anyone I know but I don't play games and I don't screw with people. It's just not right.

    For the most part as long as my fellow motorist don't clog the left lane and aren't outright rude I am happy pup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scantilyclad View Post
    i think that is right up there with absent minded driving. I've done this A LOT. Or i go straight through a red light without realizing it was red.
    I've sat at stop signs waiting for the light to change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    People like you are the ones that make me glad my car can out run most others even if it looks like something your grandfather would drive

    that or make me wish for a push bar like on the cop cars
    Ditto. My car doesn't have a blower but when its in the right gear at around 3000 rpms I can pass almost anyone. Nevertheless I try to keep a cool head as its been my experience that someone else always retaliates against the idiots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    radar detector- a girl's best friend (other than wax )
    Wow. I was way off. I thought it was diamonds. Or a cat or something.
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Abso-freakin'-lutely. I was so goddamned sickened by the amount of car hype we had in our school in our 17's, I became anti-car. People saw cars as a kind of a luxury items at that time and age, something which I thought was just silly. I thought every family could afford to have cars if they so wished. I thought that "freedom" was more dependent on living on your own anyway, and "fun" on being able to buy alcohol.

    I avoid having to make longer trips than 15 minutes, no matter what the vehicle..
    Well, if someone gave me a hovercraft, I'd probably never be home. That or a gokart/motocycle. If I had a gokart I'd put on a red hat make some paper machete turtle shells and throw them at the other cars hoping they'd go flying in the air or start spinning around or something.
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urchin View Post
    Most likely to decide to run a red light while it's still yellow - ENTJ
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    - Most-dangerous driver ENTj - not me, but some other ENTjs definitely are. ISTps are dangerous too but they know what they are doing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Most likely to honk the horn at the person in front of them the second the light turns green: ENTJ
    Guilty, guilty, guilty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    Guilty, guilty, guilty
    I thought you rode a horse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    I thought you rode a horse.
    Well, not one, but the equivalent of 150 of them at once

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Well, if someone gave me a hovercraft, I'd probably never be home. That or a gokart/motocycle. If I had a gokart I'd put on a red hat make some paper machete turtle shells and throw them at the other cars hoping they'd go flying in the air or start spinning around or something.
    Watch this: YouTube - One Hell Of A Fast Go-kart

    Not quite Mario Kart but very cool nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Watch this: YouTube - One Hell Of A Fast Go-kart

    Not quite Mario Kart but very cool nonetheless.
    That's quite fucking awesome.

    I wonder if I can get one of those with a manual transmission.
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