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#271 OFFLINE   The Reverend Bluejeans

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Posted Yesterday, 06:08 PM

I have never felt the urge to own a mark 1 Golf GTi. My Mum had one new in 1983 but it never left a mark on me really. Ditto 205GTi. 

 

A henna red 323i E30 though...............


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Posted Yesterday, 06:42 PM

Wweeellll....I'll quite happily say I enjoyed Sabine waste a bunch of too rich twats in cars well beyond their talent level.

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Not sure if that's intended as irony, but I very much doubt that all of those cars were being driven close to the limit of the helmsman's talent.

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Posted Yesterday, 06:45 PM

 I had a Mk2 Golf GTi 8v thin pumper and it was an awesome machine

 

I think I've seen them in that Ann Summers shop


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Posted Yesterday, 06:58 PM

I watched some of it just now on iPlayer.

 

What load of contrived shit. The muck spreader was the most interesting part.


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Posted Yesterday, 07:34 PM

The reason why Edds left, basically the some reason why we all thought it was shit now.

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Posted Yesterday, 07:50 PM

Just seen this on the net and wondered if we were talking about it. Good for Ed, although it means wd is about to become very shit I imagine...

He should set up a YouTube channel and just work on cars, Rip the wd format off as much as he can but with just spannering and he will do alright I imagine!
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Posted Yesterday, 11:31 PM

Just skimmed through it on iplayer  -  I am really glad I didn't waste an hour on Sunday night.  Wooden, uncharismatic presenters, false jollity, insincere and plain dull.  And as some of you guys have commented already, contrived and pure plagiarism.  Oh, MLB, Fiat is not pronounced Fi-art.  


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Posted Today, 09:41 AM

Not sure if that's intended as irony, but I very much doubt that all of those cars were being driven close to the limit of the helmsman's talent.

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I just assumed that piece in the programme was ironic!

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Posted Today, 10:34 AM

I particularly liked* how Rory Reid commented on how the 1970s were 'pretty rubbish' because we had the Triumph Dolomite Sprint.

 

I actually said out loud "fuuuuck off!" at that comment.

 

 

Then it was followed by that utterly farcical film where they "overtook" all those supercars in a fucking Golf GTi. Yeah, right. As others have mentioned, it was fairly obvious they were just trundling around.


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Posted Today, 12:54 PM

The overtaking cars on Nurburgring while shouting out their values like an excited teenager made me think of the Jesse-J song 'Pricetag' and the sad state of society today


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Posted Today, 12:58 PM

Oh, MLB, Fiat is not pronounced Fi-art.  

 

Ah, but have you ever been to the US?

 

We might also enjoy the pronounciations of Jaguar, Hyundai, Panhard Levassor; amongst others.  I know I do.

 

Then return to Blighty loving the recent works of Wayne Cherry  8)






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