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Usually shouted at owners of rear wheel drive cars,

“Does she go round?”

“Does she hoop?”

“Can you diff her?”

“Can you do doughnuts in your car?”

A doughnut or donut is a maneuver performed while driving a vehicle. Performing this maneuver entails rotating the rear or front of the vehicle around the opposite set of wheels in a continuous motion, creating (ideally) a circular skid-mark pattern of rubber on a roadway and possibly even cause the tires to emit smoke from friction.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doughnut_(driving)

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A positive way of describing a car, usuallyused when talking to the owner as a compliment.

 "Here fella, shes some flash!"

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"Joyrider"

 

e.g. "hes nothin buy an Apache bas**rd" 

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when a car is driven to the extreme and more
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fiat 126
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Peugeot
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Walking, as in "How're ye gettin there? - Shanks's Pony"
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Top speed or as near to as possible;

e.g jayyys sur he had her full tilt gawn down thon back roads

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they go to the tractor show in cushendall/my god what a night mare. or are ye goin tea the oul lammass fare hi.