Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 15:42:51 +0000 (UTC)
From: amesnospamrak.demon.co.uk (Andrew Stephenson)
Subject: Marque-dly witty (Was: Re: 9-3 gas mileage?)


In article <MPG.1addcc9c42080aff98a04dnospam.individual.net> carl.robsonnospamcing-czechs.com "MeatballTurbo" writes: > [re: Skodas' history] [...] and in the UK, due to lack of > maintenance, or a not properly notified UK dealer network, they > got a reputation of being unreliable (rear wheels falling off > because a small design change had happened at the factory, and > had not been communicated back to the dealers on the other side > of the iron curtain). It's a pity, in a way, that Skoda quality has improved. Some of the jokes were quite clever -- even funny. Q: What do you call a Skoda at the top of a steep hill? A: A miracle. Q: What do you call two Skodas at the top of a steep hill? A: A mirage. Q: What do you call a Skoda with twin exhausts? A: A wheel-barrow. Such a precious cultural heritage should not be lost. Which car marque can we transfer these jokes to? -- Andrew Stephenson

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