- Oct 9, 2008
- Ford Thundercougarfalconbird
FF = "full fat". A term used with dairy products like milk - ie 'full fat' vs 'low fat'.Ending the interview JC calls Nick "FF", what does that stands for? F*** fat? :lol:
I must have been at Uni for too long - my first thought was 'fat firetrucker' (with a couple of letters going mysteriously wayward)FF = "full fat". A term used with dairy products like milk - ie 'full fat' vs 'low fat'.
Well... my thought was definitely something more insulting (Fat F%$&) since we don't use "FF" to denote dairy products over here.FF = "full fat". A term used with dairy products like milk - ie 'full fat' vs 'low fat'.
Also used when talking about the 'real' Range Rover - ie, 'Range Rover FF' vs 'Range Rover Sport' or 'Range Rover Evoque'.
In his TG Magazine article on the Zonda R, he specified world-class race tracks costing upwards that much in terms of real estate and maintenance.8 from me, had some genuine lulz
Anyone know which race track Clarkson refered too when he said they cost $6 Billion pounds?
As usual, you're right on the money. That's pretty much what I meant in my first post about "feeling like you've watched an entire episode" and not just sit there for an hour. It's amazing how 3x02 could be so full of goodness, and is only 51 min. long?? There was room for even more!? :lol:. One of my favourites for sure. 4x03 was not bad either if you're looking for value .I gave this episode an 8/10. Thought it was quite watchable, but realised the foolishness of my generosity when I switched the TV on afterwards and happened to watch Series 3 Episode 2 on BBC Knowledge .. they just seemed to pack much more into an episode back then (without it feeling rushed) .. that one had, goodbye to Black Stig, introduction of white Stig, BMW CSL, BMW M cars on Isle of Man, Volvo jumping caravans, James on the Ginster's Pastie, Stephen Fry, viewers letters including carbage, and roadsters on the Isle of Man. Those were the days.
He's said similar things before about the original 3.0 CSL needing concrete in the back to stop the rear end sliding out. Combined with his comment about "3rd biggest killer of Yuppies as the rear would just let go" (which I know was a joke) I'd be inclined to think it really was an effort to improve handling. Of course I am probably most certainly wrong :lol:.Have we established the reason behind the concrete slab in the boot of Jeremy's beemer?
Don't blame ya. How interesting that this might have been Top Gear's most revealing consumer advice yet - and they didn't even mean itMarxOutThere said:From now on, when I buy a 2nd hand car, as soon as I have the keys I'm taking it to get fully detailed, no doubt about that....