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Old 12-17-2003, 06:05 PM   #1
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(I'm in my bonnie in this kill not the trans am)
I'm at a red on a road with 2 lanes going east and 2 lanes going west. I'm stopped and this 4 door 98 civic Ex pulls up to me. The guy has all the really lame standard stuff, those euro tail lights (that look like they were made out of red markers and tin foil), the 2 inch or so lowering job (with stock wheels of coarse...well it is winter so he might have after market alloys), some bad window tint that he probably traded for 2 dead flies with cancer, and some crazy lookin' blue center counsil trim details (blue dash plate and blue shifter which I could see because the tint was crappy), and of coarse the ricer favorite and civic prefered huge basket ball diameter muffler that sounds like 10,000 angry bumble bees.

Anyway he pulls up to me and I have a quick look at this molested honda thing and think, "I have to race this guy". I didn't want to roll down the window or rev my engine (its not my style and its cold), but just my luck my lane (the right one) ends about 2 or 3 hundred ft after the intersection. Even better, the ricer to my left knew this too, (I guess we were both familiar with the area) because when the light turned green he floored it while I was giving my car only about 60 or 70 percent (due to that I wasn't sure if he was gonne race me). As soon as I realise he has a **** poor automatic and that he'* down for a race I mashed the gas too. When I do, I start to pull away and his front bumper gets to my rear bumper. I change lanes in front of him as soon as I see his head lights. Then I just burn him from there. Its kind of sad because my lane was ending, so if he had been keeping up at all I would have had to brake and let him pass me or slam into his right side.

After I beat him I was laughing so hard I almost crashed. At the next light he pulls up and I'm still laughin' my fro off. He knocks on his crappy tinted window and motions that the race was "this" close. I turn left and just keep thinking yeah "that" close huh?

Man you can hate on civics, but what am I supposed to kill?
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Killing Civs is too much fun.
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tons of civics in my land but all of them completely stock and usually driven by cheap *** old people. Yet to get a opportunity of such enjoyment .
Congrats on pounding one to the ground. Get another for us deprived folk
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nice. I've killed three of those things and I want to kill more. My friend just blew his engine in his, put a hole right thru the block. It wasn't a typical ricer civic either, it was clean, had no wing, no decals, had euros, a 3A racing muffler that wasn't too loud, a nice ractive intake, sweet looking 18'*, and a nice front bumper. Just he beta the living crap out of it, it was a 5 speed manual. He'* looking to get either another 4 door civic or an accord. Again nice job, civics are nice to pick on, just don't pick on them if there turbo intercooled, if you don't do that then everything will be copestetic.
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LMAO - you nailed the way most of the cars are done...and the attitude of the idiots driving them.

Great kill!!
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LMAO - you nailed the way most of the cars are done...and the attitude of the idiots driving them.

Great kill!!
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