Mike_89 said:Mines called Darcy for no particular reason.
Now that's just weirdrich172 said:Mike_89 said:Mines called Darcy for no particular reason.
Mike thanks for naming your car after me.. im touched (surname is darcy) first you choose the same spec, we had the same delivery date, then you name her after me
my missus calls her Kara, but i prefer blizzy, because of the number plate
It's a fun car granted, its a pretty car and probably the best car I've ever owned, but I see no more reason to name it than I would my X-Box or my laptop.FRODO said:Sorry keelerad I have to disagree and I think many others here will too, it is not just 'a car'.
It's a statement.
It's a ....... (complete as required)
I was originally thinking Darth Vader for mine too! It's black at has a pointy out chin, but decided that's too nerdy and settled for Darcysplerb said:So was thinking Darth Vader (if thats how its spelt!) (black car) but not too keen on the dark side and a bit of a mouthful so was going with wombat! Only thing is its not sounding very sleek and elegant like the car. So any suggestions folks? Answers on a post card....!
I did part with £6 for some elbonians (see Dilbert) to remove the dead flies and sworl the paint on mine, but that was after 1400 miles.malcolmgt86 said:I completely agree with Alec's sentiments:
"I don't name it, I don't want to wash it, I don't care if I get crap MPG, it's a sports car for driving!"
Except that I would like someone else to wash it for me.Â They just don't look so good dirty!