General Discussion: The official Nan Kid thread


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Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

15 Aug 2014 15:55
I honestly feel sorry for anyone who denies themselves the experience of your fist car and the rush you get, oh and there is no better buzz than driving home from a pub after a skinfull with a bit of crumpet and the music at full pelt, no better.
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

15 Aug 2014 16:04
MoB wrote:
CovOne wrote: Nan adventures by the sounds of it. Normal ones include drink and drug driving. Being in a car with an e'd up driver going 40mph back up the M1 from Milton Keynes at 6am is one of life pleasures Laughing out loud

You're so cool Cool Happy to be a nan kid.
Funny how the people who actually live in London agree with me though, bar evers but i'm happy to not agree with him.
Confused. Stated I did not have vehicle for the dazed and confused period, however you seem to be defensive about the advantages of being able to drive/vehicle ownership which is simply one eyed for all the points made earlier.
I know plenty that have learnt post your age and some that still haven't. The reality is that it's a skill worthwhile having and those that disagree are in denial
YLAup
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5896 posts since 5/9/11

15 Aug 2014 21:41
I'm not going to lie, but as I get older, as a passenger, the more car sick I get. Also contributes to me not having a car. First noticed it when I was in a cab in New York, and the 'drift' was vomit inducing. Also feel it more when someone has either leather seats or a fucking air freshener, they're the worst. Or if you're in a car with your boss.
snaye
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11089 posts since 24/10/02

posted 15 Aug 2014 21:44, edited 15 Aug 2014 21:44
car sickness is well nan, youre in the right thread
YLAup
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5896 posts since 5/9/11

15 Aug 2014 21:54
Also can't read in the car, need to concentrate on the horizonLaughing out loud
Mr.X.
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3183 posts since 23/6/13

15 Aug 2014 22:45
I couldn't live without a car but I live in a rural area. Tax, fuel, MOT, tyres, insurance and the countless other things involved with owning a car are a pain though.
TCB
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5029 posts since 5/7/11

18 Aug 2014 14:39
Fuzzyduck121
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1639 posts since 14/12/12

18 Aug 2014 15:02
Noble Locks wrote: I honestly feel sorry for anyone who denies themselves the experience of your fist car and the rush you get, oh and there is no better buzz than driving home from a pub after a skinfull with a bit of crumpet and the music at full pelt, no better.

drink driving makes you the president of planet cunt
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

18 Aug 2014 15:04
Well thank you. Flattered to be fair. Oops
EVERS
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8580 posts since 2/7/06

18 Aug 2014 15:28
Never a cub or scout. What did he get them badges for?

Aren't they a religious cult or something ?
TCB
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5029 posts since 5/7/11

18 Aug 2014 16:16
No idea tbh. Good deeds like helping the elderly most likely (No Cliff)
YLAup
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5896 posts since 5/9/11

18 Aug 2014 16:21
Coffee flasks taken to work are nan. Only putting hot chocolate in it because they don't like the taste of coffee even more so.
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

18 Aug 2014 18:44
Still use old internet short cuts on dragons and dens forums like +1 and co-signed and 'this'.
swede
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10431 posts since 21/3/09

18 Aug 2014 20:42
YLAup wrote: I'm not going to lie, but as I get older, as a passenger, the more car sick I get. Also contributes to me not having a car. First noticed it when I was in a cab in New York, and the 'drift' was vomit inducing. Also feel it more when someone has either leather seats or a fucking air freshener, they're the worst. Or if you're in a car with your boss.

Laughing out loud Laughing out loud are you serious??? surely your nan has leather seats?
Mark
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1024 posts since 24/5/08

19 Aug 2014 15:00
calling other people Nan Kids is a definite nan kid trait
swede
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10431 posts since 21/3/09

19 Aug 2014 15:47
by definition, that would also make you a nan kid
YLAup
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5896 posts since 5/9/11

19 Aug 2014 16:57
swede wrote:
YLAup wrote: I'm not going to lie, but as I get older, as a passenger, the more car sick I get. Also contributes to me not having a car. First noticed it when I was in a cab in New York, and the 'drift' was vomit inducing. Also feel it more when someone has either leather seats or a fucking air freshener, they're the worst. Or if you're in a car with your boss.

Laughing out loud Laughing out loud are you serious??? surely your nan has leather seats?

Shocker. Hot leather car seats in summer + air freshener. Bring me the migrane tablets and a sick bag.
headache1
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232 posts since 8/1/13

19 Aug 2014 17:06
EVERS wrote: Never a cub or scout. What did he get them badges for?

Aren't they a religious cult or something ?

Both pretty much seem to revolve around old men touching young boys, so probably.
Nick.
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3382 posts since 11/9/09

19 Aug 2014 22:00
everyone should be able to drive. for me its up there with swimming and riding a bike. it's an essential life skill that is also really fucking fun, although I do understand why some london heads wont have gotten round to it
figurine
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6135 posts since 14/5/07

19 Aug 2014 22:33
There's bound to be a decent amount of fukers who can't swim.