As we all know, Theresa May used to be a niche pornstar and thus, since becoming Prime Minister, she has become obsessed with trying to take our access away from Internet porn in a bid to keep her own nudes out of the press. We decided to fight against this going old-skool and distributing pornography into the woodlands so young people in the Moorlands area don’t have to rely on their cousins for stress relief. This was of course an excellent opportunity to test out Andrew’s recently imported Suzuki Carry 4×4 with it’s 600cc engine, four-wheel drive system, and diff lock.
After Andrew rewarded himself to an imported Carry, his beautiful wife decided she’d reward herself with a SMEG fridge and thus the Carry was brought into action ALREADY PAYING FOR ITSELF. Here’s 10mins from our day along with a little trip to Yonno Gypo’s to pick up the GCIA following some massaging of the arches to accommodate the new, larger tires.
Here’s a little Christmas message from us Men in Sheds. As some of you will know, we went on a little Shedventure recently after we were PROMISED loads of snow. We didn’t get much and, to top it off, it turns out we’re even less technically competent then we thought when it comes to cameras. There were some moments from these peaky climbers worth sharing though.
Therefore, the Dash to Flash Shedventure comes in the form of a poem, and we think the content is something many of our fellow 4×4 owners will be familiar with. So pull up a comfy chair, make a brew, sit back, and welcome in Christmas with all your fellow petrol heads around the World.
A very sincere Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from those Men in Sheds.
The Swedes are in the lead. The Koenigsegg Agera RS has done a run from 0-400-0 faster than you can read this description. Meanwhile, there’s some weird changes coming to the UK driving test, we might all be driving around in vacuum cleaners soon, and Andrew gets far too excited about wool interiors. We also don’t get why people are squealing about the new UP Gti like One Direction Fans. We ask if something’s gone horribly wrong when you see a Rolls Royce Phantom and aren’t sure if it’s a Chinese knockoff or not. Plus, we ponder, with more and more people getting into cars, is bringing out just as much bad in human behaviour as good.
With the news about 40 year cut offs for tax and MOTs you would be forgiven for being a little excited. Sadly, not all is at it seems and life could be getting harder if you have a highly modified car. We confirm the latest dates governments want to stop selling fossil fuel cars by, woo at the new Honda Urban EV concept, wow at Subaru’s latest ring record, and commend the fact we’ve not had to burn any coal to brew a cuppa for at least one day this year. After that, we tell Defender fans to wipe their eyes and move on, question if we’ve lost legendary hot hatches and suped up saloons, and ask of all the things we want to important from the States, is brodozer culture one of them?