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This is a discussion on WRX vs parking cement block within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; OUCH. That must have hurt. Hey,,i almost pissed my pants laughing when i read the 3 first posts of this ...

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    Registered User tuca33's Avatar
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    OUCH.
    That must have hurt.
    Hey,,i almost pissed my pants laughing when i read the 3 first posts of this Thread.AWESOME

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    I did the exact same thing. I was late for school and i was sunny and they didnt have the cement block thingies everywhere. But it was half way into my parking spot so i didnt see it when i pulled in. I pulled in really fast and all of a sudden up i go and over. It was embearssing but no body saw (atleast as far as i could tell.) I just had to play it out like my car was made to run over big cement block thingies :/

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    I went over one intentionally in my friends range rover. it was dark at night and i accidentally ran over the thick steel rod sticking out of the block (which held the block in place) and it punctured not one, not two, but three tires. fortunately he was drunk and just laughed his ass off. guess i subconsciously got him back for rear ending me the week before.

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