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Hate it when people sit on your car(s)?!

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daves87rs    327

It's something that will make you nuts... :blink::angry:

I come outside, to find a bunch of kids sitting on my cars.... :huh:

about a dozen kids, sitting on 5-6 cars, including mine.

On top on that, they are being stupid, bouncing on them, hitting them,

and laying on the hood....

I just about went livid.....

I must have scared them (though a few others started yelling at them too)

I wasn't worried about the wagon (it looks beat up anyways)

But they marked up the facia, headlight, and hood of my coupe (it's only 2 years old, and looks good :( )

And I'm not sure if it is going to buff out... :unsure:

The car next to me (Neon) had a cracked headlight...

And poured beer into a cracked window of a Tarus...

Why are people so stupid????

GRRRR...

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capriceman    0

thats when you grab a bat and run out sceaming and swinging! but yah i never had that happen without my discreation. I would be mad too. Hopefully the kids dont try to get revenge and egg your house or somthing.

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mjdecker    0

Wow.. that sucks.

As for people sitting on cars.. I have no problem if I find any amount of gorgeous women (18-late 20s) on my car :thumbsup:

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Buickfosure    0

Never happened to me but if it did I think it would be time to put my concealed firearms permit to use, :AH-HA_wink: But normally if I see anyone near my car I just approach them and most of the time they leave if not thats time to grab the weapon.

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Mr.Krinkle    0

i just tell them it aint a park bench and to beat it...some people are really nuts though. you really shouldnt touch anyone leses car because some people realy flip. and who wants to then deal with that.

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Holy crap, Dave ... that's nuts.

I take it nobody else was around to watch them ... or to keep an eye on the cars?

Aye. I had one dude sit (rather lean, more or less) on my '81 MC SC (admittedly the MC that is the worst shape of my family) a few years ago at a cruise night, nonetheless. I didn't say a word, just watched him from a distance ... one of his buddies noticed me staring (OK, perhaps glaring is a better word) at 'em ... and nudged him to get away. I checked out the spot where he had been ... yet another new scratch.

What did he drive away in?

A 1970s Dodge. I was livid ... how could a "car guy" do that?

I haven't seen him since.

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ShadowDog    15

Yeah, I have a background on this one. Some senior-school teenagers were sitting on the hood of my best friend's Camaro. Now, my friend is normally reserved, exceptionally polite and kind-hearted, and would no more than simply demand it of the kids to kindly get off his car.

In this case, it changed pretty quickly when the guys saw some girlfriends they knew, and one idiot got up and literally stood on his hood to shout something out to them. This obviously flipped my friend's switch, as he was already moving toward them, surprising them by chirping the door locks with his remote, then shooting for the one standing on his hood. He grabbed him by the belt-buckle, and yarded him off the car onto his side on the pavement.

Now, my friend wasn't exactly small at the time, being 6'1" and 270 lbs....just ripped all over. Two guys jump off his car and poised themselves for a scuffle until they apparently got a good look at him. My friend didn't say a word, he didn't have to. He walked toward them with nothing more than a pissed off look, and they both had their arms out with unmistakable, "Whoa!" looks on their faces.

They backed off and the one on the pavement swore a couple times while getting up. He didn't stick around long. There was a noticable impression where the sheet metal met the hood framework; however, it was soon repaired by a friend in the bodyshop. When we were in his car at the time, he put it quite plainly, "It isn't the damage that really bothers me, since it's just a car that can be fixed; it's the lack of respect that I can't tolerate."

I told him that I was actually quite surprised he didn't run at the guy and body-spear him off his hood. His reply was rather funny, "I like these pants. I don't want to ruin them."

The only thing that's ever happened to me was watching two middle-aged couples walk out of a dance club while my '95 Monte Carlo was idling at the curb (locked) while I waited at the exit for my friends. They appeared to admire the car when one of them cupped his hands to look inside (window tint) then tried the doorhandle. I watched with my unclasped remote in my hand and quickly hit the panic button. He jumped away and looked around. I didn't make my presence known and just kept watching in disbelief. His companion had some better sense and boldly told him, "Hey, let's go!"

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daves87rs    327

thats when you grab a bat and run out sceaming and swinging! but yah i never had that happen without my discreation. I would be mad too. Hopefully the kids dont try to get revenge and egg your house or somthing.

Good idea, though in my neck of the woods, the cops would be right there.... :rolleyes:

Our city cops are great on missing the kids while nailing everyone else...

THat's why GC has so many kids in accidents around here.... :stupid:

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daves87rs    327

Wow.. that sucks.

As for people sitting on cars.. I have no problem if I find any amount of gorgeous women  (18-late 20s) on my car :thumbsup:

Well, that I could understand.... :AH-HA_wink:

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daves87rs    327

Never happened to me but if it did I think it would be time to put my concealed firearms permit to use,  :AH-HA_wink:  But normally if I see anyone near my car I just approach them and most of the time they leave if not thats time to grab the weapon.

Hmmm..

*lightbulb appears over head*

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daves87rs    327

That's why it's good to have a panic button for your alarm. Press it and they'd probably get away from you car mighty quick.

Don't have power locks though...(no keyless entry) :(

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regfootball    234

wife put a toolbox on the trunk lid of my car a couple weeks ago. BOY WAS I PISSED. she always puts stuff on there and doesn't GET not wanting to scratch it up etc.

and then today again, her and the inlaws had a camera, a telephone, and some other semi sharp objects on there.

DAMMMMIIITTTTTTTTT!

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daves87rs    327

Yeah, I have a background on this one.  Some senior-school teenagers were sitting on the hood of my best friend's Camaro.  Now, my friend is normally reserved, exceptionally polite and kind-hearted, and would no more than simply demand it of the kids to kindly get off his car.

In this case, it changed pretty quickly when the guys saw some girlfriends they knew, and one idiot got up and literally stood on his hood to shout something out to them.  This obviously flipped my friend's switch, as he was already moving toward them, surprising them by chirping the door locks with his remote, then shooting for the one standing on his hood.  He grabbed him by the belt-buckle, and yarded him off the car onto his side on the pavement.

Now, my friend wasn't exactly small at the time, being 6'1" and 270 lbs....just ripped all over.  Two guys jump off his car and poised themselves for a scuffle until they apparently got a good look at him.  My friend didn't say a word, he didn't have to.  He walked toward them with nothing more than a pissed off look, and they both had their arms out with unmistakable, "Whoa!" looks on their faces.

They backed off and the one on the pavement swore a couple times while getting up.  He didn't stick around long.  There was a noticable impression where the sheet metal met the hood framework; however, it was soon repaired by a friend in the bodyshop.  When we were in his car at the time, he put it quite plainly, "It isn't the damage that really bothers me, since it's just a car that can be fixed; it's the lack of respect that I can't tolerate."

I told him that I was actually quite surprised he didn't run at the guy and body-spear him off his hood.  His reply was rather funny, "I like these pants.  I don't want to ruin them."

The only thing that's ever happened to me was watching two middle-aged couples walk out of a dance club while my '95 Monte Carlo was idling at the curb (locked) while I waited at the exit for my friends.  They appeared to admire the car when one of them cupped his hands to look inside (window tint) then tried the doorhandle.  I watched with my unclasped remote in my hand and quickly hit the panic button.  He jumped away and looked around.  I didn't make my presence known and just kept watching in disbelief.  His companion had some better sense and boldly told him, "Hey, let's go!"

I've had that happen to both my wife's and my car. (just try to get in)

Expect the guy kicked at my wagon's driver's side door...interesting part was that guy then got into a fight in front of my car.... :huh:

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Newbiewar    1

i never realized what kind of dents get left from just leaning onto the cars, we have a guy at the dealership that once a week pushes out all the dents left from leaning on cars, some of them are from the sales personel, and some are from prior owners... but... its amazing... never realized...

with these flexible panels these days it seems okay.. but :banghead: they leave dents...

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XP sits on the hood of the Datsun occasionaly, that

bugs me a little because the sheetmetal is as thick

as wax paper, the Q45 is Black so I'd frown upon it

for the sake of the paint.

Now when it comes to the old Fleetwood Brougham

& Camaro I did not mind at all. Those cars are

MEANT to be sat on.

What you're describing is a lot more disrespectful

though and the whole beer thing is asking to get a

fist-fight going. Sounds like these kids were real

jerkoffs. Hope that's a one time thing.

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ocnblu    733
I can't stand for anyone to be touching my vehicle either.

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Turbojett    103

Don't sit on my cars. I'll kill you. Especially the Cobalt--the rear fenders and hood WILL buckle under pressure. Also I had an ex-girlfirend who sat on the spoiler of my Camaro and snapped it in half. Lesson learned from that, got a '98-'02 SS spoiler (the kind with support braces on either side of the CHMSL) to replace it.

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Some kids can be stupid sometimes. My friend's dad parked his 1975 Corvette outside on Halloween. It had just been painted Black Cherry and it cost him $7000. Some kids decided to egg it and the paint ended up getting scratched and chipped.

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Turbojett    103

Some kids can be stupid sometimes. My friend's dad parked his 1975 Corvette outside on Halloween. It had just been painted Black Cherry and it cost him $7000. Some kids decided to egg it and the paint ended up getting scratched and chipped.

they should be shot, firing squad style. I'll get my rifle.

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GM1: That's priceless. What a rude little Sonofabitch.

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capriceman    0

On my caprice i dont mind sitting on the hood but, i dont let anyone sit on teh trunk. but kids these days. Is good old fashion "disipline" allowed any more? the Fan belt?

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daves87rs    327

Back in late August 2004, a neighbor kid(14 y/o at the time) from up the corner was screwing around with some friends outside one night. I couldn't see him from where I was at, but upstairs, my mom saw him out the window pissing by my car's left side taillamp (parked out front) she got my dad's attention, and he came downstairs. He runs out, with me following, and yells to the kid who's fly is still unzipped "HEY YOU BIG BOY, GET OVER HERE!!" Well, when he said that, I looked over, and saw a puddle by the car I immediately went from even keel to explosion, so I yelled "DID YOU JUST TAKE A PISS ON THIS CAR HERE?!" The kid replys with "No" So, I say "I'M NOT YOUR PARENTS, YOU DON'T LIE TO ME, NOW, ONE LAST CHANCE, DID YOU JUST PISS ON THIS CAR?!" He says no again. Before I could get the words out of my mouth, my father says the exact thing  I was about to say. "WELL THEN, WE'LL LET THE POLICE DETERMINE IF YOU DID IT!" A few seconds later the squad car comes rolling up the street (My mom had called the cops right before my dad came downstairs). So, the cop talked to the kid after we explained what happened, the kid lies to the cop, and he shines his flashlight on the fresh puddle of urine by the car. The cop proceeded to slap a $400 fine on the parents, and the kid was charged with indecent exposure, and lewd misconduct as well. :pokeowned: 

At first, I thought the cop was just telling us that to make us feel better. But the following January, that kid's father came down the street wwith a snowblower during a storm, and said to my dad and I "Yeah, I'm gonna run this snowblower down to here (pointing to the next house down), but that's where I stop!" I asked him "Oh yeah, why's that?" He says "Because I had to show up in juvie court, and pay a $400 fine because that guy said my kid pissed on his car, so f@#k him!"  The dumbass thought that the poor bastard 2 houses down was the one that called the cops. My dad, neighbor, and I just looked at each other laughing at his stupidity under our breath. :stupid::lol:

Nice.....priceless.....

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