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Old 3rd April 2012, 01:10   #1
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Nissan GT R owner obnoxious answer...

Hello fellow friends E60 M5 owners...

Frankly what would you have answered...to that comment?? and really....how much faster a stock GT R is compared to my stock e60 M5??

I need a little support here from my E60 community....show some support here...hahahaha..

Basically I was driving my E60 M5 minding my own business, when a stock GT R came and started tailgating me, I tried to just give it a little gas..thinking perhaps he would just go on and take the other lane and move on...but no...he stayed behind me...obviously looking for a quick race...so I pressed my M button...waited for an opening and floored my car....he immediately went for the left lane and came running after me....traffic came...I was still in front of him...then few seconds after..we had about a 3/4 mile opening...i floored it again...he came charging hard...thinking that he was going to get in front of me prior to have to brake before the car in front of his lane....nop...it didnt happen...yes the car was fast..i could see him accelerating fast in my mirror...but I never expected the comment that he said once he pulled next to me and rolled down his window....and I quote word for word.." Dude...it would take two of your car to even keep up with me" I replied...I know your car is fast but I dont know about TWO of my cars"...No no he said " I m telling you..two of your car...this car is very very fast...I wish I had more room"...there was too much traffic moving on...but I totally shocked I said..." Ok...GT R guru...I will add another 10 cylinders and 500hp to my car and try to keep up with you next time...in the meantime..you havent yet got in front of me in TWO tries"

Now...please....I know a GT R is fast...but common...do GT R owners really do think that their car completely leave in the dust an M5???!!!!

What would you have said???...any videos...

Thanks for your input....
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Interesting story... what a douche.
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Ha, that's a pretty good story and fun encounter. Yes, what a douchebag.
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should have just smiled, laughed, tell him "yeah...ok whatever" or "cool story bro" and went about your business.

Once a douche, always a douche. Let him show off. Your driving a BMW M5 which is plenty fast enough.
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My reply? "it only takes one of mine to get laid. No amount if yours will ever get you there."
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Lmao what an enormous douche! My quote: "Take your playstation home douche."
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What a retard. I would have simply said "Yeah, cause you clearly blew past me and showed me your tail lights...oh wait."
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Something tells me 1) He was a douche and his car was a nicely modded GTR, and 2) he was still a douche, and well.... yea
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