- Let me spell my love for you S-T-A-L-K-E-R
- If you ever want to see your children again, you’ll do what I want.
- Do you believe in helping the homeless? [If yes] Take me home ith you.
- Do you think I could borrow that dress sometime?
- I’m a necrophiliac, so why don’t you drop dead and I’ll think about it!
- You are so beautiful that I want to be reincarnated as your child so that I can breastfed by you until I’m 20.
- Excuse me, I just noticed you noticing me and I just wanted to give you notice that I noticed you too.
- I’d like to name a multiple orgasm after you.
- Know what would look good on you? CRUTCHES
- “Does this rag smell like chloroform to you?”
- Do I know you from somewhere, because I don’t recognize you with your clothes on?
- I have a fetish for feet, can I lick your toes?(if no) Please?!
- Hi, I’m the new Milkman. Do you want it in the front or the back?
- I think I feel like Richard Gere – I’m standing next to you, the Pretty Woman.
- I dont want to come between you… or do I?
- Hi, I’m a fashion photographer. Would you like to be in my next photo shoot?
- If I’d follow you home, would you keep me?
- Hey, lets go have sex with monkeys and rape their corpses.
- Excuse me, I managed to notice that every time I pass you, a monster grows inside me called “bitch get in my car.” I just hope it doesn’t escape and make me call after it …
- I only thought about you once today–I just never stopped.
- I’m kind of new to this environment… can you show me the way to your apartment/house?
- I’m the kind of man who deserves to have women I don’t deserve.
- I’ve had quite a bit to drink, and you’re beginning to look pretty good.
- I would drag my balls through 200 yards of broken glass to kiss the dick that fucked you last.
- Shall I wait for you in my car or will the closet suffice?
- Why don’t you surprise your roommate and not come home tonight?
#10. Bugatti EB110 – $500,000
This 1992 $500,000 super-exotic Bugatti EB110 was being driven by a mechanic as part of its annual checkup. He claims there was an oil slick on the road which caused him to lose control and crash into a pole. The owner of the Bugatti is a famous ‘feel good’ guru named Emile Ratelband. Not sure how good he was feeling after this wreck.
#9. Pagani Zonda C12 S – $650,000
Only 15 Zonda C12 S were ever built, but that didn’t stop this owner from driving it like a madhatter. He crashed this beauty in the wee morning hours while driving in Hong Kong.
#8. Mercedes Benz SL 300 – $950,000
The SL 300 ‘Gullwing’ represents the very finest of Mercedes. The owner thought it would be a good idea to race this million dollar car on the streets of Mexico, at the annual ‘La Carrera Panamericana’ race – limited to classic cars produced before 1965.
#4. Bugatti Veyron – $1.6 Million
The Bugatti Veyron is the most expensive production car in history. Only 300 are expected to be produced, and already two have crashed. Above is the first one. The driver thought it was okay to speed at 100 mph in the rain. He only had the car for one week.
#2. Ferrari 250 GT Spyder – $10.9 Million
The record price for a 1961 250 GT California Spyder at auction was set on May 18, 2008 when a black one was sold for $10,894,900. So what is one doing buried in the sand? The unlucky owner had it stored near the beach when a Hurricane hit.
#1. Ferrari 250 GTO – $28.5 Million
The 1962-64 Ferrari 250 GTO became the most valuable car in the world. In 2008 an anonymous English buyer bought a 250 GTO at auction for a record $28.5 Million. The crash above represents a car worth more than the combined value of all 14 Enzos (see #6 above) involved in accidents. After a track event involving historic cars, the owner rammed into the back of another car after traffic slowed down.
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