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Car shock this morning!

Discussion in 'Motors' started by matt_fsr, 10 Jun 2010.

  1. matt_fsr

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    Went outside to get in the Merc for work as its soggy (if its dry id be cycling) and saw the distinct lack of glass in the Mondeo drivers side window! :eek:

    First thought was attempted theft, followed by "who would want that shed?" then thinking that something inside had been nicked.

    Turns out the window had been left fully down all night since the g/f came back from an evening survey, so her seat is a bit soggy now :p

    Wallet still in the unlocked glove box, USB HDD still in the passenger seat footwell, and Sat Nav still on passenger seat under some paper.

    One very relieved me! :)
     
  2. Biohazard

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    smack her stupid
     
  3. LiE

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    Wallet in the glove box? I always keep my wallet about my person at all times.
     
  4. MrFunex

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    Leave her out in the rain all night.
     
  5. Vix

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    I don't know why you'd leave all that stuff in your car anyway - although you obviously don't have to worry about it!
     
  6. bledd

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    PHDTS
     
  7. Cosimo

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    You must park it in a field to have all that stuff still in there. :D
     
  8. GravyMonster

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    The missus did this a few weeks ago. Needless to say I knocked her around a bit.
     
  9. matt_fsr

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    ?

    Nope, was just outside the house on the road. I think the rain must have kept the chavs in overnight....
     
  10. Bill101

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    Make her sit in the wet patch :D
     
  11. utajoker

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    i left my driver window fully down on southport beach for a full day once, thought i dont think anyone wants a p reg 55 punto.
     
  12. Mr-White

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    PHDTS :D

    MW
     
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  13. matt_fsr

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    Our stairs have 3 sections to them, turning in on themselves. The longest section is only 7 steps so I dont think it'd do the job properly. :(

    She'll be sat on the wet patch alright, its her flipping car! :p
     
  14. bledd

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    :D
     
  15. Participant

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    Pics of g/f?
     
  16. bledd

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    Before, during or after PHDTS?
     
  17. IAmATeaf

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    Sitting on the wet patch?
     
  18. matt_fsr

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    Dirty?
     
  19. Nick1881

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    Thread has lols :D
     
  20. TaKeN

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    I left my sunroof wide open from 6pm to 10am outside my aunts house in Northolt recently :o