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What is the correlation between gender and colour choice?

So - how many chaps opted for white?

And how many women plumped for something OTHER than white?

Me. Female. Red.
 

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A typically diplomatic response there from deks....
 

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Er.. well, I went for a white one because I liked the look of it and the chaps at work agreed with me (though they insisted it should have black wheels for some reason). Where I live, I see more male drivers of white cars than female (especially Audis, Fiestas, etc.) so I don't feel out of place at all.
It was also £400 cheaper because the paint was non-metallic!
 

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chris_42 said:
Er.. well, I went for a white one because I liked the look of it and the chavs at work agreed with me (though they insisted it should have black wheels for some reason). Where I live, I see more male drivers of red cars than female (especially Audis, Fiestas, etc.) so I don't feel out of place at all.
It was also £400 cheaper because there is no paint !
just corrected the mistakes for you on that post
 

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deks36 said:
chris_42 said:
Er.. well, I went for a white one because I liked the look of it and the chavs at work agreed with me (though they insisted it should have black wheels for some reason). Where I live, I see more male drivers of red cars than female (especially Audis, Fiestas, etc.) so I don't feel out of place at all.It was also £400 cheaper because there is no paint
just corrected the mistakes for you on that post
Lovin it..
 

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Isnt the red a bit of a common colour? Personally I'd sooner have a car that's a little more individualistic!
I was opting for gun metal originally...but after seeing the pearl white I'm keen on that..the thing is I'm seeing more & more audi's, bmw's & the typical reps cars in white...white is becoming the new black/silver etc
Certainly won't be going for red though..too common
 

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Landydaz said:
Isnt the red a bit of a common colour? Personally I'd sooner have a car that's a little more individualistic!
I was opting for gun metal originally...but after seeing the pearl white I'm keen on that..the thing is I'm seeing more & more audi's, bmw's & the typical reps cars in white...white is becoming the new black/silver etc
Certainly won't be going for red though..too common
Force red....stare into it and you will become lost in a deep sensual red type......thingy!!!!


I love my red Juke....people avoid driving near it when on the road....GOOD!


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chris_42 said:
Er.. well, I went for a white one because I liked the look of it and the chaps at work agreed with me (though they insisted it should have black wheels for some reason). Where I live, I see more male drivers of white cars than female (especially Audis, Fiestas, etc.) so I don't feel out of place at all.
It was also £400 cheaper because the paint was non-metallic!
Non Metallic? - Non Existent.................. lol
Edited by: 12Inchmick
 

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Kats said:
Red to suit my nature... Wait for comments......I'm sure JOY will not disappoint!
A scarlet woman ? Fiery personality? Trotski ? Time of the month ? Man U supporter ? Po from the teletubbies ?
 

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deks36 said:
I would say that anyone who went for white is an old woman

no matter what their gender
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2 cushions placed on driving seat to see over stearing wheel. CHECK!
Spare hearing aid batteries packed.CHECK!
Incontinence pants on..long journey.CHECK!
Sat nav set for Herne Bay. CHECK!
Knitting needles sharpened and ready for insertion up a young whipper snapper.CHECK!
 
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