Information and questions about driving in Andalucia, buying or importing cars and motorbikes plus legal issues surrounding taxes and licenses.
Last edited by oliveview01 on Mon Apr 16, 2012 9:17 pm, edited 1 time in total.
oliveview01 wrote:From tomorrow the gate that goes from ours to his gets locked. He isn't the full shilling, she is, I could not begin to write here what she has done, that is for my book!! she is not nice.
Well close enough to being thick! How else would I take it Give me the thumbs down but you said it first Just you used a different phrase.
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"not a full shilling" ...what does it mean then? No need to boll0ck posters when they take you at your word in this tale of yours. Thick?, not a full shilling?.......same inuendo in my book, with the latter winning in terms of rudesness. Christ, you now say he was born with brain damage, why not say that upfront instead of calling the poor old guy names.
Property owner in Andalucia since 2002. How time flies.
Thank-you for the replies about the fine.
Oh what a shame! I would just like to say that the only impression I got from oliveview01 about the old guy was that he was a nice chap with a sort of childlike innocence, and he was being taken advantage of.
Well it's useful there is a quote facility...it's all disappeared like a kafka novel. Slagging the poor guy all day and now it's gone left with me saying he is thick
IreneD wrote:Oh what a shame! I would just like to say that the only impression I got from oliveview01 about the old guy was that he was a nice chap with a sort of childlike innocence, and he was being taken advantage of.
When she said he was short of a shilling didn't that make an impression
oliveview01 wrote:As the thread has suddenly turned nasty I am editing the pages I have written on.
You were the one who turned it nasty!
'He isn't the full shilling' to me is like saying 'he isn't the brightest bulb in the box' or 'a sandwich short of a picnic' whereas 'thick' is more insulting somehow. But that's only my interpretation, I certainly didn't get any impression of any slagging off of the unfortunate gentleman going on.
Devils Advocate wrote:So can anyone just drive anyones car then in Spain if it's insured?
I believe that most insurance policies in Spain cover the car, not the driver. Again, some state a minimum age also.
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