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So as a newbie, is there a special Juke wave that I should be doing when I see another Juke owner?
(used to have a MM1000, and it was fun!)
 

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Lol -- lovin it!
Off for a drive around to show him off a bit more, will try out the wave if I see another Juke!
 

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Do NOT toot, it is ruddy annoying and a distraction to other drivers. Living in London you quickly get fed up with idiots sounding their horns because you delay at the lights for a millisecond. It is also illegal unless you are sounding a warning.

Sorry, but hooting horns is a real pet hate of mine. Hello hoot, goodbye, hoot.
 

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roger48 said:
Do NOT toot, it is ruddy annoying and a distraction to other drivers. Living in London you quickly get fed up with idiots sounding their horns because you delay at the lights for a millisecond. It is also illegal unless you are sounding a warning.

Sorry, but hooting horns is a real pet hate of mine. Hello hoot, goodbye, hoot.
What about a discrete "Beep" is that ok?
 

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Many a long moon ago
(and let’s face it you can’t beat a good long moon)
I owned an Impreza, and we always used to wave, flash and generally gesture with enthusiasm at each other – at least I think that’s what they were doing.



It certainly engendered an instant camaraderie.
Perhaps we could moon instead?
Or should we just save that for Mini drivers?
 

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roger48 said:
Do NOT toot, it is ruddy annoying and a distraction to other drivers.  Living in London you quickly get fed up with idiots sounding their horns because you delay at the lights for a millisecond.  It is also illegal unless you are sounding a warning.
 
Sorry, but hooting horns is a real pet hate of mine.  Hello  hoot, goodbye, hoot. 

You have an old man's name and attitude
 

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roger48 said:
Do NOT toot, it is ruddy annoying and a distraction to other drivers. Living in London you quickly get fed up with idiots sounding their horns because you delay at the lights for a millisecond. It is also illegal unless you are sounding a warning.

Sorry, but hooting horns is a real pet hate of mine. Hello hoot, goodbye, hoot.

What about a discrete "Beep" is that ok?
You're living dangerously,****. Even a small "parp"will get you rogered,48.
 

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12Inchmick said:
roger48 said:
Do NOT toot, it is ruddy annoying and a distraction to other drivers. Living in London you quickly get fed up with idiots sounding their horns because you delay at the lights for a millisecond. It is also illegal unless you are sounding a warning.

Sorry, but hooting horns is a real pet hate of mine. Hello hoot, goodbye, hoot.

What about a discrete "Beep" is that ok?
You're living dangerously,****. Even a discreet "parp" will get you rogered48.
 

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Watch out on Saturday as I driving past your way - you can then wave
Will be out and about too -- watch out for the loon waving!
 

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Steering's so light- if I start flapping about I could end up on the pavement - or bumper to bumper with the Jukester I was waving at!


Anyway my spelling may not be up to it

Doesn't mean I won't wave though.
 

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Lady Juke, I posted my opinion on the use of a car horn as a form of social interaction which you did not like or obviously agree with. So why do you not post your opinion instead of your pathetic ageist comment?

Probably get banned now but who cares.Edited by: deks36
 
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