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:smileysurprised: Weren't expecting that were you?
Well if you take away the traffic light in any intersection in the UK you will see it quickly turns into that scene above in India.
I live near a Dual carriage way and maybe twice a year or so the lights break, and if no cop has arrived, you dont just sit there, you turn into a lunatic and just drive out trying to force on coming traffic to stop lol.
Ive been widely informed that traffic in india in cities is usually fine, and they even drive bugattis and ferraris in some areas.
Forgive me for ignorance here, but who on earth thought it was a good idea to stick some BMW's in there?!
Also, did you notice them telling the bloke in the Veyron to "move your bloody inferior car off my road!"
3 Veryons Mike. Theres an Enzo in there to (I should know they are
all were mine untill they were stolen *shakes fist*)
Think the 911's are GT3, GT2 and Turbo's. Sure theres a Ferrair F430 Scuderia. Think the orange Lambo Gallardo is a Superlaggera and the one with the sripe is a Balboni. Not sure what the black and white one is :( (even though I bought it :smileyindifferent:)
Two standard Veryons and the *****. Theres a blue Veyron behind the ***** and a black one infront of it.
Think the sedond Zonda is a Zonda F but I want the R 'cause its mental :)
Edit: typed S S like you :Stupid: it must think we are talking about the Schutzstaffle :O
Edit: Censors S S but not Schutzstaffle :smileyindifferent:
Little history lesson for you Mike :p
The Schutzstaffle aka the S S gaurded and ran all the concentration camps beofre/during WW2 + a load of other war crimes ect.
Interestingly, Sections of the British and American army also use the Deaths head in their symbols.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen%27s_Royal_Lancers part of the RAF uses it too.
and this was an american uniform up until a few years ago
Did you also know that the native american army division of the American army used to use a swastika as their symbol, half way through world war 2 they changed it.
Its not even a band word anyway, just a very common accronym
Steam ships still use ***** infront of their name
Loads of over cars use *****
Hemoglobin ***** is the most common form of Sickle cell anemia
The lightning bolt in AC/DC looks like a single S from the ***** insigna :o
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