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  • Diesel in a diesel, who to blame?
  • Premier Icon dangeourbrain
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    Someone* put diesel in our diesel car, I’m not sure if I should be blaming the OH or a friend. Obviously only OHs put petrol in diesels and vice versa so that would be a given but diesel in diesel, maybe this is one for a friend?

    Any advice appreciated.

    *not for the first time I might add. Last time it cost over £100.

    Premier Icon eyestwice
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    As no-one else is replying, I think I speak for a number of people when I ask…

    Huh?

    Premier Icon leffeboy
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    my wife keeps putting diesel in our car and then has to drive around to get it all out again

    but then, she does it AGAIN

    i don’t understand

    Premier Icon sirromj
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    Somebody filled the forum with nonsense posts. I’m looking at you.

    Yours,
    Disgruntled of Watford.

    Premier Icon n0b0dy0ftheg0at
    Free Member

    Wiggle.

    Premier Icon doomanic
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    Wibble?

    Premier Icon sirromj
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    The letter ‘a’ is the only acceptable 3rd letter if first two letters are ‘wr’. Fact.

    Premier Icon ross980
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    You’re not wrong. Oh wait, you are.

    Premier Icon andrewh
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    That’s wrong.

    .
    Edit. Oh come, 3 seconds

    Premier Icon theotherjonv
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    Andrewh has a wry smile at that!

    Premier Icon dangeourbrain
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    Huh?

    Somebody filled the forum with nonsense posts. I’m looking at you.

    Sorry, t’were an attempt to satirise the multiple threads asking for advice after people’s other halves misfueled their vehicles.

    Wiggle

    Wiggle

    I think that’s as far as the filters will let me go on those lyrics.

    Premier Icon myopic
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    ..an observation that might have wrecked his premise, even put it through the wringer and wrung the life out of it
    Think that covers all 5 vowels and ‘y’!

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