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Ok... I am quite likely to be flamed into so many small pieces of charcoal, but I have to ask this question......
Does the 'bimmer' in United Bimmer rhyme with 'swimmer', or with 'dreamer'? I have always used the word 'Beemer' (rhymes with dreamer) to describe BMW's, but I've now seen a couple forums the use 'bimmer' which, to me, should rhyme with swimmer.
My apologies... I did not search the forum for any similar threads. Please have some patience for the newb.
Having a smoking section in a restaurant is like having a peeing section in a pool.
When my car got rear-ended last summer and the guy fled the scene, I was describing the car (that hit me) to a cop and I said, "It was a mid-90's burgundy galant sedan." To which he replies, "was it a four door?" You should have seen my face. I was thinking, "is this a trick question?"