Quality Parking!?!

Quality Parking!?!

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stuuu

Original Poster:

78 posts

224 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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I always wondered if you drove up the barrier would you be able to get the car on two wheels and it looks like someone tried it!



Photo was taken last week on the Brentwood exit of M25 J28, a popular spot for traffic problems.

Alan420

5,323 posts

225 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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Ye gads, an accident in a car that CAN'T exceed the speedlimit.

How on earth are they going to explain that?

Never mind, I'm sure another scamera will sort it.

rob-c

1,488 posts

216 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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The driver of a 4x4 did this on the M62 at Rochdale a few weeks ago. The car had obviously ridden along the barrier like it was a railway line, then smashed into a concrete bridge pillar.

DrSeuss

323 posts

228 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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Eeeh Walter, I told you this were a funny-looking road!

FourWheelDrift

82,455 posts

251 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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"Ere George....what's this train doing on the road?"

Is Surrey Numpty Central then?

danhay

7,174 posts

223 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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"The nice man at the Ford garage told us it cornered like it was on rails"

pdV6

16,442 posts

228 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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"There used to be a road here"
"That was before they put the tramlines in "

FourWheelDrift

82,455 posts

251 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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Just a little point but.....

"What about putting it into bloody reverse?, You know the gear you use the other time when your not looking where you're going"


Police Office - "I'm afraid I'm going to have to recommend euthanasia for you both."

Numpty - "...but I don't like rice pudding"

deltaf

6,806 posts

220 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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Micra too! Maybe he was trying to do that James Bond Astro-spiral stunt from The man with the golden gun?
"Whut the HELLLL do you think youre doin booooyyy?"

CarZee

13,382 posts

234 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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FourWheelDrift said:
Is Surrey Numpty Central then?
Having witnessed the across-the-board speed limit reductions in Surrey, yes, I conclude it's where they all go while they're waiting to die, now Sussex has got rough.

>> Edited by CarZee (moderator) on Thursday 17th July 15:04

danhay

7,174 posts

223 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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From the N page on www.dictionary.com

numb..
adj. numb er, numb est
Deprived of the power to feel or move normally; benumbed: toes numb with cold; too numb with fear to cry out.
Emotionally unresponsive; indifferent: numb to yet another appeal.

numpty..
n.
See Picture


nun..
n.
A woman who belongs to a religious order or congregation devoted to active service or meditation, living under vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.





t1grm

4,634 posts

251 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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FourWheelDrift said:
Just a little point but.....

"What about putting it into bloody reverse?, You know the gear you use the other time when your not looking where you're going"


Festers are front wheel drive aren't they? Looking at the pic looks like she wouldn't have been able to get any traction.

raceboy

12,408 posts

247 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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On a serious note, if the tram lines were active, is this more or less 'dangerous' than the bikers doing 157mph
Did the old numpty get charged with dangerous parking, or as he's obviously not be looking at the road, driving without due care and attention, if not why not, and I doubt it if he did 2 weeks down the block with big Frank

gh0st

4,693 posts

225 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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There was a numpty a couple of months back who went the wrong way down the M4

Got let off without charge even though there 3 accidents.



Remeber, speed kills. As he was going the wrong way down the motorway at 50 then it doesnt matter does it....

mrs fish

30,018 posts

225 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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I typed in Numpty on google and one of the pics it cam up with was this


see link here




>> Edited by mrs fish (moderator) on Thursday 17th July 15:19

CarZee

13,382 posts

234 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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raceboy said:
On a serious note, if the tram lines were active, is this more or less 'dangerous' than the bikers doing 157mph

Would be, but they're not - trams all use overhead power for this very reason.

Edit: Oh, I took it to mean 'electrically live' rather than 'running'.. which did you mean.. ?

>> Edited by CarZee (moderator) on Thursday 17th July 15:36

abels

605 posts

249 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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It's quite scary. She looks quite proud of her achievement!

>> Edited by abels on Thursday 17th July 15:37

raceboy

12,408 posts

247 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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CarZee said:

Edit: Oh, I took it to mean 'electrically live' rather than 'running'.. which did you mean.. ?

I meant it as is the 4.37pm Tram to the shops going to be bouncing into the front of the blokes Festa in 2 minutes
Obviously PC Dibble in the picture will be making sure it's warned about the 'obstruction' but if he wasn't there and the tram was due any minute it could be nasty

superlightr

11,264 posts

230 months

Thursday 17th July 2003
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blimey, dangerous driving. Hope they all got 28 days with Bubba - cos it would be unfair otherwise.