Oh dear - really ??? you actually want a Barbie car? it's cute if it was a kids one!
Cute isn't really part of my car vocabulary but this one is pretty darn close! :)
What can I say... I've always had a thing for pink vehicles ;-)
I've taken to buying everything I don't want to share with boys in pink (cell phone, IPod, sunglasses), but I'm not so sure about this one, Tinsie.
Hehe. You've got the right idea, Karen ;-) Pink cars are the least likely to be stolen - joyriders wouldn't be seen dead in a car looking like a giant bubble gum, and regular thiefs are too worried about the police spotting them as they make their getaway in a car that stands out like the proverbial thumb. I tell you, if you don't want to share, pink is the way to go!
Strange girl!!!!! you haven't convinced me.. that's what insurance is for ;)
An interesting topic for a student of criminology. We may have a groundbreaking theory in the making! I've been reading about crime deterrence and prevention. Not a word anywhere about standardizing your assets on the colour pink. What can I say? Keep us updated! ;)
I love it!!!
Erm isn't that a Fiat? Oh dear :( I don't know what's worse, the colour or the car! No-one in their right mind would want to steal a Fiat.
@ Sandi: It's not just because of its theft-protection qualities that I like pink. More than anything I like it because it makes me happy :-)@ Per Stromsjo: Nothing groundbreaking about it. Apparently it's a well-known fact amongst police in London that pink cars/scooters/bikes never get knicked.@ Puss-in-Boots: You're my kind of gal!@ Loops: That's OK, I've not invited you to take a ride in it :-p
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