How was the voice acting? The launch trailer featured people who heard a Londoner speak in the distance once and thought they’d give it a go. We can tell when someone’s doing a poor imitation...
I know I did.
My body remains unchanged. Sadly. I’m still a slightly tubby meattube.
I’ve had my fair share over the years. I know what to expect. And even though I don’t mainline the things if something tastes hideous, it tastes hideous.
I’ve never had headaches from them. But I was chatting like a coke fiend after half a can.
If you buy 24 at a time.
It’s in London and they’re in New York, though I’m sure I can get a tin or two over somehow.
Not at all. You don’t drink and drive. Your passengers can have a drink though.
Bikes are allowed. In fact, plenty of them make an appearance. It’s legal to ride a bike on all bar highways in the UK, and it’s a lovely bit of road to pedal down!
There’s a narrow bit of grass, but not enough to walk down. One wrong move and the results could be deeply unpleasant.
My last visit up was in the Mog (see below). And, come to think of it, I did the interview after picking it back up from the factory (see below below). C&M’s pics are better than mine, and far more varied!
Takes a little over two hours to drive there. I do it regularly. Get there for 08:40 on a weekend, stick around for a couple of hours, and be back in town in time for lunch!
Because it’s based down a narrow, fast road with no sidewalks or real provision for walking. It’s for safety reasons more than anything.
You fancy walking down a narrow road with cars barrelling towards you? It’s a safety thing more than anything else.
Ha! He had an Elise as well, right? I doubt I’ll ever reach Ford GT levels of silliness, mind.
Not just town, but highway as well. It’s 19 combined...
It takes an hour to leave town, yes.
It wasn’t the cheapest. Nor was it the most expensive. It was a decent chunk ‘o money though.
(and I am a bit of a prick - know your limits and all that)