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About Ianb

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    Ford Enthusiast
  • Birthday November 18

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  • First Name Ian

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  • Gender* Male
  • Ford Model Focus Estate 1.6 TDCI Style
  • Ford Year 2007
  • UK/Ireland Location Devon
  • Annual Mileage 5001 to 10,000

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  1. Things I Do Like

    Our rev was a decent bloke actually, every time we've been back at the outlaws place we've tried to go and catch a service on the weekend. I think it's a bit of a respectful touch, plus because he's a young guy he tries to put a modern twist on stuff...
  2. Things I Don't Like

    Well it was just disgusting tbh, the kid looked like he'd been properly startled and I've "raaared" people but never as loud as that idiot and he clearly hurt the kids ears. The devolution of halfwits I suppose...bound to end up in Clives sights one day, if not already...
  3. Things I Don't Like

    I don't like morons... One in particular was in the supermarket this morning, I saw a dad and his two kids in a trolley and a 3rd person (moron exhibit A) he was obviously some connection as when he YELLED "Raar" in the kids ear, the dad didn't turn around and knock him out... The kid was obviously terrified and covered his ears which were clearly hurting as a result.. Moron thought he was so funny and when the child (I'd say aged between 5-8) said "my ears are hurting" the moron replied "don't be such a f*****g f***y".... Classy bunch....
  4. Spot The Poor Vauxhall!

    Tbf if they are any more powerful or quick than a standard corsa then they will quickly become very limited editions... Should have bought one and garaged it... Probably be the only one that isn't upside down in 3 years time...
  5. Things I Do Like

    Mine is better due to some of the engineering studies I did. Mental maths suddenly became easy when I realised what hard actually was...
  6. Things I Don't Like

    I don't mind cars going slow uphill if that's what they wish to do, but braking up a hill for no apparent reason deserves a monstrous kick in the exhaust pipe! To answer Ghanas comments, nope, no bridges ahead or in sight and no strange vehicles that could be mistaken, literally no reason other than being a complete nicompoop!
  7. Things I Don't Like

    Ghana check with Clive, he'll know more than I know haha, tell me the area (name of street or something) and I'll give you my semi uneducated opinion... by South West it sounds like you're talking about either West Hoe or Stonehouses... A lot of Plymouth is 'up and coming' and some areas are being 'gentrified' haha...
  8. Things I Don't Like

    I don't understand why someone going up hill on a dual carriageway in Lane 1 would decide to brake and slow down to apprx 50mph, causing the rest of the surrounding vehicles to start swerving... I fortunately was in Lane 2 and after an initial sharp brake as the car immediately behind tried to swerve in, I got past fairly cleanly, I kept my eyes relatively fixed on the rear view expecting to see: 1. The reason for that cars braking. 2. An accident... Fortunately 2 never happened whilst I was there and 1 was nothing....
  9. Things I Don't Like

    Simple, uninvite him, then reinvite him :D
  10. Things I Do Like

    Awesome idea Tom!!!
  11. Things I Don't Like

    Yeah matt I think you need to speak to your family and tell them that it is YOUR day and you want them there but you cannot bow to silly games. Tell them that you are there son and grandson and are they going to spite you because of their problems with another person?
  12. Things I Do Like

    Ermm.... I'd personally be hesitant to post that much detail online.... Name, address, document numbers, previous owner name and address.... I know you mean well... But the Internet is full of *****
  13. Hahaha, Yeh, this one looked a bit concerned that it'd be tied up, certainly had that "umm I think you forgot me" look on its face. I rarely approach another person's dog when it's tied up. You'll know more about dog psychology than I will, but I figure its when a dog feels the most vulnerable - alone, in a strange place and restricted....also being tall, I could also be seen as a threatening 'creature'...
  14. Things I Don't Like

    How come? You've been together for a while and have kids, so tbf marriage is not exactly a massive step by comparison.... :/
  15. On the doggy front, think I saw a mallinois (sp?) tied up outside lidl today, very unimpressed and squeaking and howling!