|“Yes, I said ‘Destroy’ but I meant it in a nice way”|
Just a bit of information for those who don’t know about this game; you take an English word and find a different humorous definition for it, based on its pronounciation. Examples can be found on this ISIHAC fan site and this one, and a small sample is provided here:
- It must be an English word related to F1 or Driving
- Its definition may or may not be related to F1 or Driving
- The new definition must be humorous and non-offensive
- Where possible, include links or videos to quotes or a possible use of the word in a sentence
PISTON (n): Humiliated
INTERCONTINENTAL (n): One who has wet themselves all over the worldFirst entry is from @andrewdobbUK: DESTROY (v) – to like and get close to
One from me @duskyblogF1: MANOEUVRE (v)
Another from @elenaF1: WHEELNUT (n)
Smelly one from @duskyblogF1: PITSTOP (n)
Drag Reduction System: removing dresses and make-up from drivers’ luggage
Pole Position – wherever Robert Kubica is
Qualifying – what F1 bosses do when they think they’ve said something they shouldn’t.
Q1/Q2/Q3 – where you wait at airports for check-in, baggage checking and the airport gate respectively.
Overtaking (1) – when out of a whole group, one person ate all the pies.
Overtaking (2) – default state of powerful money-orientated people.
Rev Limiter: A bouncer at the local church (by @duskyBlogF1)
Drive Through – what Massa does to Hamilton and vice-versa (by @duskyBlogF1)
Traction – “Repulsion” (i.e. Not At-traction) (by @duskyBlogF1)
Supervisor(n) – On front of super crash helmet (by @TomFoxTom)Wings – What RedBull claims to give you, but RedBullracing never will (to their competitors!)A bit odd – Rubbish e.g. Karun Chandhok: “The pit exit (Korean GP) is a bit odd”
Chassis and Spare Chassis: Wife and Mistress e.g. “The chassis was looking a bit tired so I took the spare chassis out for a spin”
I give up – as said by Fernando Alonso at penultimate lap of 2011 Korean GP means “Don’t you f***ing dare leave me behind Felipe again” by @F1Zone
Headwind (n): The breaking point of a relationshipPlatypus (n) – a non-MP4_27 F1 car design for 2012
“My words were taken out of context” – “I probably shouldn’t have said that.” (Press Conference advise from @willBuxton)
Livery – A little bit like liver.