Tuesday, 13 September 2011



  [uh-dik-shuhn]  Show IPA
the state of being enslaved to a habit or practice or to something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming, such as narcotics, to such an extent that its cessation causes severe trauma.

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So cars are like drugs... but more expensive with no rehabilitation process.

A couple of Mondays ago my good friend Nick Mallinder (refer to Facebook) and I went on a small adventure..

Two plane tickets and a sketchy little plane saw us arriving in Dunedin mid afternoon to pick up a new toy.. Another Evolution.. Who would of guessed?

Love at first sight... Low kilometers, decent colour, chur bol ride height and wheels with more dish than the thing my flatmate puts her cakes in. The test drive was impressive, nice tight box and it screamed louder than anything I have encountered before... Sorry, I couldn't help myself...

Anyway, we ended up in Picton at about 4am for the 8am ferry nearly 700 kilometers later. Nick did most of the driving because I couldn't stop opening the wastegate in every gear causing excessive petrol use.

The majority of her time so far has been spent cooped up in the garage because I can't afford to feed her.

Lower. More camber. Less spray tint. Perfect.
Next time, I'll write something politically correct, spell things properly, use appropriate grammar and take better photos.