- ARGH! CAR DAMAGE
According to you an eye for an eye is reasonable. someone parks illegally on the kerb blocking the pavement and forcing inconvenience on pedestrians. an eye for an eye / your logic as above in damaging a car in retribution means that by your logic keying an illegally parked car is reasonable.Posted 9 years ago
Kerbstone, wide pavement. Isnt inconveniencing anyone. Unfortunately you confront such people means your car cant defend itself when your not around though. Chav-thinking must have been ‘c’ants with nice cars ‘look at ’em lets r’an our keys along em ‘huh’…thus they also think like you TJ. Agreed?Posted 9 years ago
Hora – above you said it was perfectly acceptable for you to damage a car in revenge. When it happens the other way round it suddenly becomes unacceptable.
Not agreed. Cars on the pavement are illegal and very annoying. By your logic above keying them is perfectly reasonable – I don’t agree – but I am just pointing out the massive hypocrisy in your postsPosted 9 years ago
How has the car damaged anyone? Its not even in their way or impeding their access. Can you not visualise? the cars were lined up ready like a canvass ready to key.Posted 9 years ago
Surely if you are looking to marry two situations they have to have matching circumstances. Do you understand this?falkirk_markMember
Reminds me of how I do not run decent cars,Why go out for the day then come back to your car to find it damaged for it to spoil your day out.Was actually considering buying a brand new car when this actually happened (someone rubbed my bumper scraping white paint into a dark bumper).next time I washed the car I polished the bumper as best as I could (did not look too bad)But if it was brand new I would have had to get it fixed (probably through insurance) at a decent cost to me.Posted 9 years agoBigDummySubscriber
I do not own a car, and do not give a monkeys, big-style, about any of this. BUT, it seems to me that if you have something worth, say, £10,000, and you leave it lying around unattended all over the place outside, the chances of something mildly bad happening to it occasionally are quite high. So it makes a lot of sense not to be too precious about it when something does.
And Hora, I’m not arguing with you, but you’re making almost precisely no sense at all on this one. 😉Posted 9 years ago
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