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    Me vs a BMW

    So I'm driving to work and I'm already a little late, perfect excuse to give it a bit more gas than usual, right? :-) I'm at a traffic light minding my own business when some BMW (not roadster, was kinda old retired grandpa kinda car) pulls up to me and starts staring me down and revving his engine. He had to be in his late 40s at least. Alright, grandpa wants to drag, i think....

    I almost never ever ever street race but this was just too funny to pass up. I revved my engine and my BPM Turboback quickly silenced his inadequate exhaust. When the green hit I was through first and second gear before his tires stopped spinning in place smoking the guy behind him. Was a GREAT burnout on his part but I was about two blocks down before he started moving. I considered it a knockout and let off the gas just in time as a cop car pulled onto the street a block ahead of me.

    AWD for the win?

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    middle aged people want to race youngns?

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    This guy did. Guess his wife left him and he had nothing to do but watch 2F2F.

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    Thats funny,good kill
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    you have no idea what kind of BMW it was..??

    must have been a 7 series if it looked like a grandpa car.

    you are gonna have to increase your car IQ if you wanna post kill stories--- we need details!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElBartoRex View Post
    you have no idea what kind of BMW it was..??

    must have been a 7 series if it looked like a grandpa car.
    Or a non-545 5series car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElBartoRex View Post
    you have no idea what kind of BMW it was..??

    must have been a 7 series if it looked like a grandpa car.

    you are gonna have to increase your car IQ if you wanna post kill stories--- we need details!!

    or pictores of naked babes that have nothing to do with the kill

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    I'm definitely gonna be that old dude racing kids when I'm that age, no doubt.

    Hell, I raced a modded Jetta off the line in U-Haul (empty) a couple weeks ago because I wanted to see their reaction. I'm such a loser.
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