Like a father like a son.

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Always open too, I hope.

The only time I don’t have the panoramic/sun roof open or roof down is when I pick Mrs D up from having her hair cut and I lose the fight
Widespread flooding here again, so I’m in my winter car, with the sunroof open in the rain. Collecting Mrs D from the hairdresser, so it will likely be closed very soon! 😁
 
Widespread flooding here again, so I’m in my winter car, with the sunroof open in the rain. Collecting Mrs D from the hairdresser, so it will likely be closed very soon! 😁
Pussy....... 🤣🤣
 
Probably shorts....because no one has used the word "slacks" since about 1975!!!
 
Yep, think your dad would be proud of your new motor. And have to laugh meself when threads veer off onto nothing to do with the original post. 😀 Just go with the flow. 🙂
 
How is this conversation got to this???? I'm laughing my ass off....but, would my dad be proud???
Sorry George.
Absolutely no disrespect to your Dad. Things going off topic tends to happen around here.
I blame.................me generally:rolleyes:
 
If Mr BD is still wearing his shorts I think we can cut him some slack.
Always! She didn’t mention the sunroof being open, so I voluntarily closed it - I knew how much it had just cost me :crazy:

Sorry George. I promise no more mention of my shorts or Mrs D’s haircut!

PS I know your Dad would be beaming with pride. Lively cars.
 
Just noticed I've liked nearly every single comment... only thing is, can't remember when :) I I suppose, that's what weekend is for :D

Thanks for your messages, it made it even funnier.

Regarding my DAD being proud?...he hasn't got a f... choice:
1) I'm younger
2) Better looking
3) AND HAVE BETTER CAR LOL
 
Don't get a chance to open my pan roof much. Because of global warming its always peeing of rain or freezing cold. But we are all gonna die from the heatwave. :mad::wallbash:
 
When I bought my first Mercedes (W124 260E) my then 13 year old daughter was far from impressed. She even suddenly managed to learn how to walk to and from school so that her peers didn’t catch a glimpse of her in it. Higher profile cars never did become her thing.
 
When I bought my first Mercedes (W124 260E) my then 13 year old daughter was far from impressed. She even suddenly managed to learn how to walk to and from school so that her peers didn’t catch a glimpse of her in it. Higher profile cars never did become her thing.
My son is mortified if I take him to school in a nice car, he makes me drop him off up the road and around the corner! The nicer the car, then the more allergic his reaction!

I might pick him up in the 250 SWB tomorrow afternoon! 👀😁
 
My son is mortified if I take him to school in a nice car, he makes me drop him off up the road and around the corner! The nicer the car, then the more allergic his reaction!

I might pick him up in the 250 SWB tomorrow afternoon! 👀😁
My wife, on the other hand, is the opposite. For about ten years I worked for a company that sold sports and prestige cars and usually used one of their cars to travel to and from work. My wife’s hair salon was just down the road from the garage and I’d often pick her up on the way home. When I stopped outside in a nearly new Ferrari, Aston Martin, Porsche, BMW, RR or (of course) Mercedes she was delighted to be chauffeured home. But occasionally I’d be in a trade in such as a Smart or Corsa. She’d look at it and say, “It’s OK, I‘ve just remembered that I have some things I need to do here. I’ll walk home.”
 

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