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I’m not a negative or pessimistic person at all. Simply, when you’re in age of having car, your mind should be busy with other issues, relating to adulthood.
It’s good that you try keeping yourself occupied like you can, we just have completely opposite interests and views on life.
Who said I’m not also focusing on other issues like adulthood, maybe I’m organised enough to have time aside to have little moments of laughter and fun after dealing with my other issues, I’m sorry that you can’t.
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Who said I’m not also focusing on other issues like adulthood, maybe I’m organised enough to have time aside to have little moments of laughter and fun after dealing with my other issues, I’m sorry that you can’t.
Wow. Anyway, keep trying different types of kicknames on your car. Maybe if you’re lucky you’ll find the «*perfect one*», and your car will drive to your location in a second like in Fairy Tales or a James Bond. Good luck with your life and your childish adulthood.
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(Original post by UnknownD7)
I’m not a negative or pessimistic person at all. Simply, when you’re in age of having a car, your mind should be busy with other issues, relating to adulthood.
It’s good that you try keeping yourself occupied like you can, we just have completely opposite interests and views on life.
"Don't mind me, I'm so busy thinking of important things that I don't have time to think up names for a car" he says, all the while somehow having the free time and mental resources to post this nonsense on a forum :flute:
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(Original post by UnknownD7)
Wow. Anyway, keep trying different types of kicknames on your car. Maybe if you’re lucky you’ll find the «*perfect one*», and your car will drive to your location in a second like in Fairy Tales or a James Bond. Good luck with your life and your childish adulthood.
Real mature arguing over someone’s discussion, wish I could be wise n mature like you
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"Don't mind me, I'm so busy thinking of important things that I don't have time to think up names for a car" he says, all the while somehow having the free time and mental resources to post this nonsense on a forum :flute:
Exactly my thoughts thank you! Hahahh
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Minty the polo
Violet the Volkswagen
Poppy/Polly the polo
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I’m not a negative or pessimistic person at all. Simply, when you’re in age of having a car, your mind should be busy with other issues, relating to adulthood.
Frankly, *******s.
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Marco The Grey

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Frankly, *******s.
Excuse me, who the **** are you?
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Excuse me, who the **** are you?
Someone who has been an adult longer (much longer) than you've been alive. :shakecane:
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Exactly my thoughts thank you! Hahahh
:top: Welcome to the VW club btw, grat aren't they I've got an '18 Golf, best car I've ever had.
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:top: Welcome to the VW club btw, grat aren't they I've got an '18 Golf, best car I've ever had.
Thank you! I can’t wait, I’ve not picked it up yet! Excited to drive it home! Was an easy drive when I test drove it
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Bruhhhh some people need to grow up honestly
That's a **** name
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Marco polo
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Marco polo
That's the perfect name, surely?
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yolo the polo

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Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenvewve

^This is a legit name, no joke
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