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Only Top Gear would put a nun in a monster truck. Anyone watching?
 

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yeah that was crazy, she didnt even jump it i wanted to see air
 

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you see on there now they have old ladies doing donuts in a s2000 haha thats funny
 

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Greatest car show EVER!!!!!
 

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I'm watching it too, I'm gonna see what happens to the land rover, but my favorite is the Granny's doing doughnuts !!
 

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I loved the grannies but the Nun was much funnier.
 

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In the series that just ended they put their mom's in economy cars to doing the testing. Now that was classic.
 

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what is a plunker?
Do you mean 'plonker'? If so, it's a word we say over here in England to describe someone unfortunate, but not too rudely.

So if you walked into to a closed patio door, you might shout out, 'you plonker!', to your family member etc...

Not to get confused with W*nker. Which I got called by an American lady and my American cousin infront of my mother, totally innocently. She thought it wasn't rude, like slang or something, when it's the male version of the 'C' word. Should of seen my Mum's face...
 

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i love this show. i remember a while back he tested the focus rs, a subaru wrx, and something else (i forgot). someone posted up a link to a video of that here.
 

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I wish it were on at 11 instead of 10 though.. sometimes I don't get home till 10:30, and the late night showing is a little too late.
 

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what is a plunker?
Do you mean 'plonker'? If so, it's a word we say over here in England to describe someone unfortunate, but not too rudely.

So if you walked into to a closed patio door, you might shout out, 'you plonker!', to your family member etc...

Not to get confused with W*nker. Which I got called by an American lady and my American cousin infront of my mother, totally innocently. She thought it wasn't rude, like slang or something, when it's the male version of the 'C' word. Should of seen my Mum's face...
Yeah, it's basically a friendly way of calling someone a complete [censored] idiot
 
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