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originally posted by: JinMI
a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed
I don't see many Mercedes. Beamers, sure although I don't see the same behavior. Could be a local thing too.
originally posted by: JinMI
**DISCLAIMER** The views expressed in this rant are complete opinion based on regional conditions and experiences. In no way does is it a blanket statement to all of the owners of the vehicle in which the thread is describing. In other words, it may not pertain to you.....unless it does. **
Is there a super secret test. Perhaps a mandatory license and course each and every Audi driver must go through before being able to purchase said vehicle. An education based on narcissism, greed and general assholery?
It's not a new phenomena but one I've encountered more over the past summer with the acquisition of my motorcycle. If I'm cut off, it's been an Audi driver. If some jerkwagon is diddling his electronic device like their favorite squeeze, it's of an abnormally high percentage...an Audi driver. If some bungnoodle is jabbering his way through a green light while the traffic swells with disdain behind him, it's been a motorscootin AUDI DRIVER!.
Please, fill me in. I need to know what qualifications and sets of moronic skills I need to learn in order to curb these duckschmuckin Audi drivers!
Oh and means nothing to their lot!
originally posted by: biggilo
I didn't have to take any tests before I bought mine, just be a winner in life, generally I think the attitude towards Audi drivers is jealousy on the part of those who don't/can't have them.
Personally I find the most annoying people on the roads to be the power ranger impersonators on their little motorbikes, they're generally from the lower incomes but are driving things that are very quick, if their brains were able to handle such things they would be able to afford to drive Audi's or BMW's.
Just remember, when you see a nice new Audi that driver is probably paying a lot more tax than the power ranger on his little motorbike and so you should show him some respect.
originally posted by: FlyingFox
When I started driving Audis in the early 1990's, they were dentist's cars.
Now, as pointed out by Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear, Audi has replaced BMW as the "cock" mobile.
I grew up in Mercedes and have taken a liking to them again. Really the only vintage car that interests me is Mercedes.
I found mom's registration, a 1960 Mercedes CPE in 1966, not too bad.
originally posted by: schuyler
You can say that about any brand you hate. It's a sampling fallacy that says more about you than the drivers you don't like.