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#317609 - 9th May 2009 8:39pm What your car Says about you !!!
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It Originated from Australia this, and feel free to add your own makes etc. BTW.. I didnt make this wink


Alfa Romeo - Passionate and romantic, you fancy yourself. A bit unreliable, and can be eccentric too. You hate BMW drivers, but drive better than them. People like you as you dont follow trends; you are not a sheep.

Audi - You would like to believe you are part of the new generation that is caring, environmentally conscious and family-orientated. Actually quite boring; nothing more than a glorified wuss. Will one day probably drive a Merc, but you still sometimes wonder if you shouldn't have bought that Bee-Em.

BMW - Self-centred, ambitious, dynamic and assertive. Can be a big show-off pig. Likes impressing too. You think you will be CEO one day. Actually an office weenie who thinks you are God's gift.

Daewoo - Faceless, subservient and demure (except for Matiz drivers). To you, a good deal is to work from nine to five, get nothing for it, and still say thank you. And then you wonder why you don't have money for a good time out of hours.

Fiat - Cute self-confident girls climbing the corporate ladder with ball-breaking as their hidden agenda. Will take everything you own if she divorces you.

Ford - You still live in the 70's, trying to cope with the 90's (don't even mention the millennium). A loyal, diligent worker, but baffled by office politics and labour policies. Next car will probably also be a Ford. Believes Ford are the best cars ever made and often feel the need to critiscise others on what they drive. Quite Clearly blind if that is the case

Honda - You aspire to drive a BMW. You are an opinionated pain-in-the-butt. The ultimate suffragette, or the boss's girlfriend (male or female!).

Isuzu - You like the smell of diesel and have secret fantasies of being a truck driver.

Hyundai/Kia - Quite progressive, intelligent and practical. But misguided. The kind of person who will suggest a sub-committee to find solutions to what the committee couldn't. You will always maintain that a Korean car is better than any Japanese model.

Jeep - You would like to believe you are living the American dream and just love the great outdoors. The closest you get to it is by watching Days of Our Lives and the Adventure Channel.

Land Rover - You are a designer person with a designer life, who always pays too much for everything. Designer mud comes free with the badge. You're a closet colonial racist and have fantasies about the Queen. If you have a Freelander, it was probably a break-up gift from your ex.

Mazda - A Ford driver with less money. Mostly staid boring with no image and less imagination. Lots of retired people drive Mazdas. You're in the way and should get off the road.

Mercedes-Benz - Responsible, immaculate and conservative. Boring CEO clones with too much money, or the office super-geek who can't remember what it's like to have fun. Definitely not dating material.

Nissan - Good, solid, responsible, loyal office-fodder. You like to travel and maintain that you can sell ice to the Eskimos. Favourite answer: "It's a company car." Generally a boring person, with no ambition or drive in life.

Mitsubishi - Not as label-conscious as your Land Rover counterpart, but still suckered into believing in the ultimate Paris-to-Dakar, African adventure. You drive through puddles to create your own designer mud. You believe you've made the grade, but everyone else knows you've got a long way to go.

Peugeot - Thinks France is the best country in the world and bores everybody with your limited French knowledge and tales of the Louvre and the Sourbonne. Fail to admit the dire quality of the car you drive, thinking it the best handling thing in the world.

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Renault - An eccentric who likes doing things the wrong way around. Usually the one who asks all the silly questions at staff meetings. You fervently believe you have flair, but it's less than that of a French cookbook. Most probably gay.

Ssangyong - A make-believe fool, because you'd like a Pajero but can't afford it. Don't actually know that the engines are made in India and not in Germany.

Toyota - Although there are thousands of them, you mostly canít spot them in their zero-image cars. Toyotas are good, reliable cars and are bought by a wide variety of people who have zero personality to go with their cars and are basically perpetually scared people who will never take chances and will therefore be driving Toyotas forever. The most zero-image car in the world?, ... a Silver Corolla

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Volvo - As square and safe as the car.
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#317623 - 9th May 2009 9:29pm Re: What your car Says about you !!! [Re: MGCraig]
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Originally Posted By: AlfaCraig
Nissan - Good, solid, responsible, loyal office-fodder. You like to travel and maintain that you can sell ice to the Eskimos. Favourite answer: "It's a company car." Generally a boring person, with no ambition or drive in life.




No thats wrong mine says "this fooker couldnt fix nothing" raftl
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