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By immunizations / Saturday 11 December 2010 07:40 / Canada
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An apology isn't going to fix the dent. If you weren't going to leave your contact info so he could arrange for you to pay for it, you should've just driven off.

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exactly. if you just left a note that said, "sorry I hit you're car, dude" then you're a complete asshole.

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#42: She was talking about the first "you're" in that sentence, which actually was incorrect.

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so "sorry I hit you are car, dude" Is correct grammar? hmm.. thanks! I learn something new everyday :)

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20 years here. And I'm from BC. I've never seen a key-ed car before... Just not the thing to do here. On the other hand, if you bump into someone, you're obliged to leave your full information and details and pay for the damages, not a cute apology. Especially here in Vancouver where almost everybody drives a BMW or Lexus.

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i live in british columbia and yes, the car my family owns has been key-ed many times before. it happens here, too.

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Pretty sure people key cars everywhere!!!!! Wtf does being Canadian have to do with anything ??!!!!!!!

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