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Z habits and our relationships

6965 Views 76 Replies 45 Participants Last post by  shortbuss
So here it is, the question most women (or spouses) have on their minds, and the answer most spouses don’t like. Is the car that important to you?

1. I spend at least 1.5 hours detailing the Z per week. That is just regular, basic stuff like washing, drying, vacuuming, etc. This does not include waxing or buffing or removing swirl marks, scratches, etc.

2. I always look back over my shoulder when I park the Z and walk away from it. I take note of its beauty, color, location, and the cars parked next to it or near it.

3. I usually do a visual inspection when I return to the car (in public) to see if any type of damage is apparent (keying, door dings, bird poop).

4. I like to take scenic routes to give my car maximum exposure to onlookers. I also cruise slowly by buildings with reflective glass to see how the Z looks from the outside driving by.

5. When driving, I amuse myself by trying to catch the eye of a curious onlooker. If I do catch them, I will smile and wave or give a thumbs up to anyone in a nice, respectable car (i.e. another sportscar or muscle car).

6. I spend a lot of time online ‘window’ shopping for the car, and I consider people on forums as long, lost brothers who know how I feel and think about cars in general.

7. I need therapy. :goodtimes:
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Also when going to restaurants, Mc Donalds, supermarket, coffee house, etc do you make sure you find a parking within visibility from where you are? Do you sit at places where your Z is within your sight? Share your love... :cheers:
Funny, I do the exact thing. Also, when walking up to it from the mall or wherever, I'm thinking, "man, this is my car". I had mine for almost a year and 18000 miles. I just can't get enough looking at and driving it.
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