Date: Sun, 12 Oct 2003 12:47:05 +0100
From: MeatballTurbo <>

In article <bm7da6$nol$>, spouted forth into > You may well be right in what you say about their reasons and you may (or > may not) be right about my or my daughter's reasons. The reality is my > daughter drives a very white car that is kept spotless. Ergo DAZ (the > washing powder) for whiteness. You enter a dangerous area when you start to > second guess the motives or thinking of people you do not know. My Saab is > MAZ. I call Saab the mother of all cars. Where I live Ma is short for > Mother. Don't want to labour the point, fellow Saaber, but don't compare my > mind with those mindless motorised morons we conveniently lable "boy > racers". > > Oh god, please don't get me wrong. It was only the reason for the choice of plates, in your daughters case DAZ spelt out the name of a brand of "Whiter than White", and went well with here white sparkling car. Young Darren in the UK known as DAZ went for becuase it is what his mates call him. But please, I wasn't associating you will with the boy racer brigade, only the reason that Irish plates are so popular in the UK, is the similar if not the same as to why certain plates suit certain cars so well in ireland. It wasn't so much about the kind of cars/drivers that buy certain Irish plates over here, it was just that they were popular for a similar reason. Didn't intend to offend before, just trying to explain why Irish plates go so well here. -- Carl Robson (The poster formerly known as Skodapilot)

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