Arrrrrrrgggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh think no more of such things.Aarrrrrrrrrrrrrghhhhhhhhhhh
The video saves you...We have a guy in Orlando who sports a newer model Mini with 287 horsepower. I'm not that crazy.
You want to make Chris feel better so you give him a video of JC with a frizzy perm. I think I would take the mini van.
Don't worry Chris in Cardiff Auto Trader that mini would be described as Low milage, one careful owner, air con and alloy wheels (you point out the ones you like we will nick 'em for you).
I have always wondered why they do that in Wales. They seem to run out of petrol or get a puncture and just leave them in the middle of a field. Usually with their old bathroom suite for company. Surely the scrap value would make it worth towing them to Steptoe and Sons. And another thing...why are they always full of ripped up vintage issues of Men Only and the Sunday Sport? The mind boogles. The real mystery however is why the radio is always ripped out. Now in England if you were so inclined you could go to your local pub and pick up the latest Bang and Olufsen ASS for your Audi A8 for 50 quid but in Wales you go to your local boozer (if its open) and get flogged a 1967 Motorola 8 track. In Scotland I expect you would be flogged a horse box and the Glenfarg drum and pipe band...but that another story
Oh and I really like the second shot Rob.
Just wiping the butter cookie crumbs and Yorkshire tea off the keyboardI expect that in Scotland you would just be flogged.
It is what you do best.Thank you. I can let my artistic pretensions hang free, even in the depths of darkest West Wales.
I don't have anything to add other than you guys make me smile so much at the screen that my boys ask what I'm smiling at all the time. I luv u all.
Chris's Mini will NEVER die.
Artistic impressions of Wales I meant....not being pretentious. I read it back and it sounded all wrong (insert squirming smilie here)It is what you do best.
i'm not a big fan of the mini clonebut that wrc car was quick and looked the part