Jetboys427When you manage to convert two hardcore NFS addicts to GT maniacs.
Tis Tis Tis..Leonidaewell, I did do something worse.. I manipulated my classmate to buy not only GT4, but DFP too! of course, that was after i allowed him to test TVR Cerbera Speed 12 at Le Sarthe II. doing 250 mph plus, with home theatre booming from the wind and engine noise, he turned from Most Wanted heretic to loyal GT4 fanatic..
So from now on, I'll request a confirmation by your teachers that you didn't skip any single course before I'm posting the resultsCasioI may have skipped school because I wanted to see Weekly Race Series results...
....I may have done this 3 times
flat-outSo from now on, I'll request a confirmation by your teachers that you didn't skip any single course before I'm posting the results
goixoyeWhen your wife has you declared legally dead, collects the insurance money, gets remarried to her high school sweatheart and you don't even care.
Alfaholic- When you see a real horse and think that with only 1hp it's going to take forever to lap The Ring on that thing.
I do that with my 24 speed mountainbike! plenty of BOV hisses etc!Alfaholic- When you start drifting around corners (on foot), while playing with the "air steering wheel" that you traded your air guitar for, fishing for a gear lever that isn't there, and making quiet engine noises.
Christhedude...when you go to bed and start thinking about if you could remember all the names of the turn on "the ring".
...when you are lying in the bed,and your feet are moving forward and backwards.
kennythebombPlaying off the earlier tidbit about drifting shopping carts...
Yesterday I was shopping in Jewel. The guy who goes outside in the freezing cold and collects the shopping carts and brings them in walked in just as I did, and handed me a cart as a kind gesture. Little did I know that this shopping cart would be the absolute best 'handling' shopping cart I've ever come across. I think he lubed it all up with WD40 just before I got there, because there was absoutely no squeakage at all. Naturally I 'drifted' it through every turn o' the aisle, right in front of 40 year old women trying to find the cheaper kind of rice.... I got a few looks. The cart didn't try to tip over or anything. It took it with ease, the little 4 wheels were sideways and perfectly aligned. Thank you, Jewel shopping cart man for knowing I would appreciate.... your best cart.
And thank you, GT4.
(I really did this yesterday, by the way!)