What is it with people that think I want to race them....

Discussion in 'General Motoring' started by Zeno, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. Zeno

    Zeno Guest

    I have an old 1989 yellow honda CRX Si...and sometimes when I
    accelerate "briskly" some jerk thinks I want to race them..they stare
    their stupid little head out the window staring at me to edge me on or

    I drive a car thats is not that fast at all, its all stock, and its fun
    to drive..so whay the big fuss so many times!!!!

    Stepping off soap box...just let me have some fun in my car and please
    let me alone. Thanks.
    Zeno, Mar 12, 2007
  2. Zeno

    Gohan Ryu Guest

    You can thank your fellow Honda owners for that. Not all of them, just
    the ones who rice out their cars with huge wings and fart cannons.
    They drive like assholes, they declare victories when the other guy
    didn't know there was a race, and they give the rest of us Honda owners
    a bad reputation.
    Gohan Ryu, Mar 13, 2007
  3. Zeno

    nm5k Guest

    Note "Riceosaurus Rex".. He's been cleared for takeoff
    on runway 35.. He has dreams of racing the space shuttle
    some day down the Edwards lake bed landing strip..
    Toyotas and a few other brands can be molested in a
    negative manner also.. But hondas seem to hold a
    special place in the heart of Riceosauruses around the
    Many ricers seem to judge the performance of the
    vehicle by the size of the exhaust tip..
    If it looks like a chromed folgers coffee can, watch out!
    Note the protruding "batmobile/space shuttle" psuedo
    exhaust of Riceosaurus Rex.. You can tell he's not only
    bad, he's ricerwide... And if the mind blowing exhaust
    note won't get you, the baby doo green/gay pink day glo
    interior colors will.
    Real men don't molest perfectly good hondas.. LOL..


    nm5k, Mar 18, 2007
  4. Zeno

    jim beam Guest

    and on the other end of the spectrum we have...
    jim beam, Mar 18, 2007
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