Waving puzzle

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Ralph-Dot, Dec 27, 2007.

  1. Ralph-Dot

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    On the way down to Peterborough from the north on Christmas eve (about 170 miles), not one of the many motorhomes going the other way waved back to us, on the way home on Boxing day, just about every motorhome did wave, anyone got a theory as to why this might be.

    Ralph
     
  2. American Dream

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    "On the way down to Peterborough from the north on Christmas eve (about 170 miles), not one of the many motorhomes going the other way waved back to us," Southerners going North.:Sad:

    "on the way home on Boxing day, just about every motorhome did wave," Southerners returning South after experiencing the Northern Hospitality.:roflmto:

    Am I cynical or what? And , Yes , I WAS a Southerner.

    I much prefer the friendlier Atmosphere up here.
     
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  3. Road Runner

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    Maybe you were slightly merrier on the way home so it looked at though they were waving but more like wobbling:winky::roflmto::ROFLMAO:::bigsmile:
     
  4. johnsandywhite

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    :Cool: We travelled from Fawley in Hants to Doncaster on Sunday the 23rd. We were VERY surprised that almost ALL Motorhomes waved to us. :Eeek:

    The weather and traffic was terrible.
     
  5. American Dream

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    I think the word was out you were coming home John.

    Were they all MHF Members.:winky:
     
  6. Road Runner

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    Bet you were not in the RV.

    Don't get any wave in them, more like get a fist waved :roflmto::ROFLMAO:
     
  7. American Dream

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    That's because they're Jealous John.

    A bit like that Lady the other day.:Angry:
     
  8. Road Runner

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    The prices of the euro vans make my eye water when you compare them to an RV:RollEyes:
     
  9. GJH

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    We wave to everybody John - though I have stopped Jill waving at those vans manufactured by the "Horses" company :ROFLMAO:

    Anything to do with the fact that we live only a few miles from Ralph?

    Graham
     
  10. johnsandywhite

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    :Cool: Well seeing as I have a Eurovan a UK van and a US van. I suppose you could say I have the best of ALL of them. :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    :Cool: Seriously though. I have always said and will continue to do so. For bang for the buck? You cannot beat a US RV. IMH&HO. :winky:
     
  11. Stueysheep

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    on the way up you were driving a car, and on the way back you were in a motor home??
     
  12. Ralph-Dot

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    Was in the van ::bigsmile:, but that doesn't stop me waving when I am in the car :Doh:
     

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