General ProStreet Discussions
JeanClaude32 posted on Mar 14, 2008 1:52:42 PM - Report post
spending 60$ on a plastic disc with a game that resembles in a good way reality is a good way to take a look on what might the real world is through this plastic disc
@Chingy: i really like the Sheikh's name reminds me of milk shake only that it would be milk sheikh
Chingy42007 posted on Mar 14, 2008 3:04:22 PM - Report post
Lay off the Prozac. It ain't good for you.
I sure could use some Prozac.
Chingy42007 posted on Mar 14, 2008 3:59:10 PM - Report post
You do that, and I'll try and keep this thread true to its roots, m'kay?
SuperSkyline89 posted on Mar 14, 2008 4:00:25 PM - Report post
Those games [Forza and GT] exist to let normal simpletons like us to know what the raw power of a true sports car feels like. So we can "drive" cars that cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and we have no hope of ever owning. Man, this is getting depressing.
[Edited by SuperSkyline89, 3/14/2008 4:00:55 PM]
I don't want a big car, particularly. I have no need for acreage, and I don't like the fuel bills. But I don't want a small one because they're all like supermarket own-brand cola: weedy imitations of the real thing - Jeremy Clarkson
/--\ - Lance Corporal
Petrol Heads - High Roller
Now I really do need that Prozac.
Chingy42007 posted on Mar 14, 2008 4:05:37 PM - Report post
The term "simpleton" was unnecessary there, how about normal "can't-drive-because-I'm-not-old-enough-and/or-good-enough"?
That softens the blow a little... but it's like putting a pillow in front of you the moment before the truck runs you over. It still hurts. >_>
As I recall,Chingy,in one of your latest blogs,you called us,simpltons. Remember?
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