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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    I was cool with this until I saw them move.


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    I think you're quut when ur scerred.

    hahahahahhahahahahhaaaaa!!!!

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    For some reason I have a penchant for old school Range Rovers.

    Even new ones can look nice.

    I like cars that actually have the capacity to do something.



    I think guys who rock station wagons are hawt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    For some reason I have a penchant for old school Range Rovers.

    Even new ones can look nice.

    I like cars that actually have the capacity to do something.



    I think guys who rock station wagons are hawt.
    A very intelligent Australian once told me that you need two out of three things to succeed as a male in life. Money, Good Looks or Youth.

    Looks like he was totally right considering how many ENFPs flocked to an INTJ car thread full of 18-30something year olds, even if just to complain about the cars being tacky and then admit they have Audi TTs/Really lub Monster Trucks (paraphrase - and environmental destruction to boot)

    This thread is like some kind of ENFP trap.

    Oh dear ladies; oh dear! Do not continue to prove my friend right or my choice in driving mobile will be made much quicker and the worse for the environment as a result.

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    I think another reason why I "hate" sports cars is due to the way they are "celebrated" in dick flicks, a dick flick is not a proper dick flick unless there is some ludicrously lavish sports car and some ludicrously ludicrous chase scene.

    I don't like men thinking they're James Bond when in fact they are nothing more than cubicle hens.

    What are you gonna do with your really expensive, fast car?

    Sit in bumper to bumper traffic, go to work, pick up the kids?

    What a waste, if you have a car that was built to do something it should be used as such, otherwise it goes to waste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    A very intelligent Australian once told me that you need two out of three things to succeed as a male in life. Money, Good Looks or Youth.

    Looks like he was totally right considering how many ENFPs flocked to an INTJ car thread full of 18-30something year olds, even if just to complain about the cars being tacky and then admit they have Audi TTs/Really lub Monster Trucks (paraphrase - and environmental destruction to boot)

    This thread is like some kind of ENFP trap.

    Oh dear ladies; oh dear! Do not continue to prove my friend right or my choice in driving mobile will be made much quicker and the worse for the environment as a result.
    If you actually use your truck for towing, all-terrain- use, camping, work, etc, I think it in some way justifies your carbon footprint. :/

    I think cars can be a lot of things, but I think that their ultimate cause, or use should be that of utility.

    There can be secondary and tertiary reasonings and justifications for having/driving a car, and that's fine and dandy, but the further away the reason gets from utility the more I find it outlandish.

    But who am I to speak, guys like to flaunt their bright plumage and the chicks flock.

    So carry on with your bad self.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    If you actually use your truck for towing, all-terrain- use, camping, work, etc, I think it in some way justifies your carbon footprint. :/

    I think cars can be a lot of things, but I think that their ultimate cause, or use should be that of utility.

    There can be secondary and tertiary reasonings and justifications for having/driving a car, and that's fine and dandy, but the further away the reason gets from utility the more I find it outlandish.

    But who am I to speak, guys like to flaunt their bright plumage and the chicks flock.

    So carry on with your bad self.
    Alllrrriiigggght... *bad selfs in the golf cart*

    Although all of the things you mentioned you could do with a less valuable/more friendly vehicle such as a Suzuki Jimny/Wrangler for offroading and any car with a decent amount of BHP and with a large weight should be fine for campign with, even a saloon with a shitty engine. But you deliberately preferred the Landrover as the 'preferred' car yourself, despite it's monstrous fuel usage and price.

    Just to give you a heads up, if you are going into the desert or up a mountain you'll find the Jimny is a far superior vehicle once you let the tires down to 2/3rds pressure and it only costs buttons to fix if it rolls over. The only other vehicle I was every happy to bash mountains of dust with was a Landcruiser, anything below that, I'm sorry but they are shitty SUVs now, not real offroad 4x4s including the Landrovers and yes, your shitty auto just won't do the work a manual will offroad. I'll leave the G-wagon out of that because no-one I know is insane enough to want to spend $200k+ and then drive it offroad unless you are the German Army.

    You should also beware the ultimate boys toy which has tremendous fuel efficiency and is about as practical as a condom in the Vatican; great for commutes though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Satine View Post
    Jim, you frighten me sometimes
    Well, isn't that because you find the uncomfortable enjoyable?

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    I like the way Land Rovers look, I like the safari thing.

    I admit I don't know much about cars, and if I met a dude who had a suzuki, I think it would be all kinds of awesome.

    I love motorcycles, so, what of it.

    Also, what's so wrong in finding a man sexy who is actually confident, who doesn't need silly props to proclaim his manhood!!!

    Strip the man of his luxurious toys, then what do you have left?

    If you have a man who knows nothing, can do nothing, then you have a farce of a man.

    I'd rather be with a brilliant hobo than be with a wealthy idiot.
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    A very intelligent Australian once told me that you need two out of three things to succeed as a male in life. Money, Good Looks or Youth.
    I don't care about looks, just don't smell vile.

    I don't care about money, just know how to get by.

    WTF am I gonna do with a young boy?!!? Except, perhaps be some kind of mentor or mother?!!?

    This man that you speak of is mentally retarded.

    Especially in regards to female NPs, the three things he mentioned are hardly the three things we ultimately care about or need.

    You're smoking crack.
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