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Why do things always break near christmas?

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My car exhaust has suddenly became rather noisy and it's going to cost me 80 quid for a new one (well for a new rear section of the exhaust). bugger.

And my road tax is due. Fucking cars. :rolleyes: I should've stuck to walking.

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I remember someone took my mum's car door off on xmas eve years ago. That was quite scary, a few seconds later it could have been my mum aswell.

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my old car always seemed to have a problem with it first it was the manifold leaking, then the brakes got that sorted then the manifold got worse. but it died a few weeks ago. im crossing my fingers the one i have now is more reliable. cars are a bitch when you dont have much money

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uh.... i lost my bus pass... costing me half my christmas shopping to get into town in the morning.

:(

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the heater in my car is fucked try driving into work at 7 in traffic with no heater and keeping ur hands on the steering wheel is almost impossible. Oh did i mention wiping the window every 5 secs? lol!

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well the back box section of my exhaust actually snapped off at lunchtime today (speed bumps, pfft) but now I have a nice shiny new one.

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