|07-07-2002, 01:18 PM||#1|
Rock n' Roll Doggie
Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: maze of your imagination, where the streets have no name, lol
Local Time: 03:59 AM
Which Volkswagen Beetle Are You?
Break out the tie-dyes and turn up the tunes; your automotive alter ego is the queen of flower power! That's right, the vintage VW Bug is the car for you. Just picture yourself with the top down, and your sweetheart at your side, taking a long, summer road trip.
The bug is so you—representing that harmonious balance between nostalgic chic and idealistic sensibilities. Sure, you've got the talent for flexing your power at work or networking with the big girls and boys, but your commitment to genuine values means that you love the quality that went into this classic. And when you're seen driving around in such a throwback, everyone knows that you're for real. The Bug embodies your true self—friendly, fun-seeking, timeless, and oh-so-cool.
http://www.emode.com go to Pop Culture & the quiz is there
I love love love these cars
|07-07-2002, 10:20 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: a vampire in the limousine
Local Time: 12:59 PM
Your automotive alter-ego is the ultimate in control and independence. Why should you buy any old model off the lot when you can tailor your wheels to reflect your unique personal flair and individuality?
You're looking for the ultimate in understated automotive chic, the New Beetle Lowrider. Can't you see yourself cruising down the avenue with some cutie beside you, turning heads left and right? Made to order, you can take these classic wheels and make them all your own with the newest technology, colors, and amenities that reflect the real you.
As an old pro at making a fashion statement without ever saying a word, you can make this New Beetle as new millennium as you. Once again, you'll make your mark with style.
"Because a senator - a politician - a person - who can let hang in mid-air the prospect that she might just be sticking around in part, just in case the other guy gets shot - has no business being, and no capacity to be, the President of the United States." -- Keith Olbermann
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