Ferrari Test Drive

Make sure you can handle the horsepower before driving one

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+15 1. Kopi commented 7 years ago

Can someone translate the last 6 seconds? thx :)
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+3 2. ringmaster commented 7 years ago

I don't define an oversized ego as an accident, but as an attitude and a failed parenting.
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+13 3. Malakyte commented 7 years ago

Never accelerate when the wheels are not parallel to the road...
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+14 4. MindTrick commented 7 years ago

#2 would you say the same about other videos as long as it contained an affordable car? Just saying that your attitude towards the stereotypical "rich person" kinda shines through when you start dragging parenting into the equation when good/bad parenting has really very little to do with a person's driving skills. The guy in the passenger seat is most likely an employee of the shop that is selling the car, which also makes me question why on earth did he ask him to go down a narrow street like that on a test drive. So yea, i don't blame this on anything else than human error, anyone could have fucked that one up, rich, poor, black, white, purple, tall or short.
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+16 5. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#1 I think everyone can translate the last 6 seconds, and most of the conversation back at the showroom lol :*
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+4 6. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

At least the air bags didn't pop out and smack them in the kisser.
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+1 7. DarkiKun commented 7 years ago

I have driven one of these on the road before but will i did not crash i still feel bad for the guy, its a very expensive mistake to make
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+5 8. erzug commented 7 years ago

I guess he owns that vehicle now.
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-4 9. cispi commented 7 years ago

Translation:

"dio cane ho detto ohhh! figa ohh porco dio ti ho detto ohhhh...... porca puttana ..... ( something ) ...ti ho detto .....
:D
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+19 10. Matteo commented 7 years ago

#1 it's italian:
fu**ing god i told you, shit slow told you, son of a bi**h
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+5 11. urbaneagle commented 7 years ago

(i) in the UK the show room by law has to pick up any damages done to the vehicle, the driver covers all other cost. I wonder how this played out
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+4 12. itmeanshope commented 7 years ago

Anyone that goes round in a sleeveless shirt - to show off their oh-so big guns - is a douche and this will happen to thme
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-1 13. sux2bu commented 7 years ago

#12 The guy you refer to was just a back seat passenger, so wtf are you talking about?
I suspect you are jealous of those "guns". :D
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0 14. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

still paying for the damage?...>:)
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0 15. thefox commented 2 years ago

Engine too big. Brain too small. :)
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0 16. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

I wonder five years on what actually happened to the car, was it scraped, was it repaired and then sold, did I buy it..:(