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Old 06-11-2006, 01:01 AM   #1
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My car was surrand wrapped today!

While at work some co-workers thought it would be fun to surrand wrap my car,DUMBA55ES! When are people gonna grow up,they were 40,26,and 22 years old. Now here is my question,should I expect to find any damage from the surrand wrap on my car? I havent had a chance to see the car in clear light as it was almost midnight when I found my car with surrand wrap on it? When will people ever learn to respect others property?

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Old 06-11-2006, 01:04 AM   #2
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While at work some co-workers thought it would be fun to surrand wrap my car,DUMBA55ES! When are people gonna grow up,they were 40,26,and 22 years old. Now here is my question,should I expect to find any damage from the surrand wrap on my car? I havent had a chance to see the car in clear light as it was almost midnight when I found my car with surrand wrap on it? When will people ever learn to respect others property?
Now, is this from the same guy asking about egging someone's car? Don't know - but it sounds pretty damn funny and harmless. I'd look at it this way, no one goes to that kind of trouble for someone they don't somehow admire or like.

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Now, is this from the same guy asking about egging someone's car? Don't know - but it sounds pretty damn funny and harmless. I'd look at it this way, no one goes to that kind of trouble for someone they don't somehow admire or like.

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Yeah about the egging someones car(which I never decided I would do),I never did it. I just told him to learn to respect others property,it wasnt worth my time for me to play "eye for an eye". I guess I'm have just been having bad luck with my cars lately,my beater car got egged a couple of weeks ago and now the Boxster is getting surrand wrapped. In addition I might(fingers crossed) have a black 90' Carrera 2 in the garage by the end of next week,I would love to see what pranks would be pulled on it.
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Old 06-11-2006, 04:02 AM   #4
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Blink, if you car was dirty, the wrapping stunt may have caused some scratching. I hope not, for you.

Were these co-workers also on-the-clock when they did this? Maybe their boss(es) would like to know how they have so much free-time available to vandalize someone's car when they should be actually working for the company?
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It won't do anything don't worry. Your car will be fine. Even if there was some small chance of a bit of scuffing a polish will take care of that easily.

Just get them back by filling their cars up with confetti or that foam packing material, thats always good.
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Old 06-11-2006, 07:49 AM   #6
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Were these co-workers also on-the-clock when they did this? Maybe their boss(es) would like to know how they have so much free-time available to vandalize someone's car when they should be actually working for the company?
Now that would be very uncool to do, let it go or get them back with your own joke.
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Years ago, back in college, to get even with people without doing too much damage a friend of mine would hide a dog tird in the person's dorm room.

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