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Posted By: stene

Posted On: Sep 2, 2006
Views: 682
car smash

Someone drove into my car once, and left a fake number... I was so ****ed. Then one day, I did the same thing, and I just drove off hoping no one would see me. I probably would have left my number if the person who ran into my car had left theirs. I just felt it wasn't fair.

Posted By: Boingo the Naked Clown

Posted On: Sep 4, 2006
Views: 616
RE: car smash

One time I backed by P–O-S car into a parked pickup truck.

I felt really back about it until I realized that the truck was parked illegally in a fire zone, so I said f--k it and left.

If the dude hadn't been parked there illegally I wouldn't have hit him, now, would I?

Posted By: joy

Posted On: Sep 4, 2006
Views: 607
RE: car smash

that's just like saying you would have stabbed thin air instead of a person if they weren't loitering.

Posted By: cobol

Posted On: Sep 4, 2006
Views: 605
RE: car smash

in highschool, i parked perfectly strait. When i came out to go home, the cars on both sides of me were over the line into my spot. i tried to back strait out but there was a curb and my bumper was still between the cars. So the car on the left got a nice new dent, and my pos got a 2in. scratch.

Posted By: Ian Davis

Posted On: Sep 5, 2006
Views: 570
RE: car smash

You should have stayed after school and learned how to spell.

Posted By: observant

Posted On: Sep 7, 2006
Views: 541
RE: car smash

Somebody whacked my new car and put a gash in the plastic trim around the wheel well.
I asked the dealership how much it would cost to replace. $255
Screw that.
So I asked them how much just for the part. $55
Cool, I'll take one.
Then I yanked off the busted piece and slapped on the new one. It's just held on by cheapo plastic clips on the back side that snap into holes on the body of the car.
I'm a mechanic now!
Next up, engine overhaul.


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