April 7, 2010


Filed under: Uncategorized — EVERISE MOTORS @ 6:12 am

It sounds great, or rather wierd. Coz we very well know, that You are reading this, and if you know How to Drive a Car, you think as if you know everything about Cars. Ok, now we shall ask you a simple question. what would happen if We put Sugar in your Fuel Tank instead of Petrol or Diesel ?

Worried, Spellbound, awestuck. We knew you would, coz only some special ones like us at “EVERISE MOTORS’ know what would happen. Dont know and want us to share with you rite. Ok. Read on…

Well, If you specially have a grudge against someone, whoever it might be, your friend, your wife, your girlfriend, and your teenage son too for that matter. 

Pouring sugar into someone’s gas tank is rumored to ruin their car. Will it really? The problem with this rumor is that it simply isn’t true. As it turns out, Sugar doesn’t easily dissolve in gasoline. Pouring sand into the gas tank would have about the same effect as pouring in sugar. The sand or sugar might just about clog up the filter, thats it, and that could well disable the car, but it’s certainly not a sure thing.

Got to know somemore about Cars, dont you.. and what if you are desperate enough to teach someone a lesson, and really hate that guy/girl for nothing. Take the hint Guys, Pour in some water into the Fuel tank. Gasoline floats on top of water, so if you pour in several cups of water, the fuel pump will fill the fuel lines with water instead of gasoline and the car would have some major problems. and really would piss of the owner, as it would cost, really a hell lot of money to get it into its actual running state.


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1 Comment »

  1. I like this content so much.The determined man finds the way, the other finds an excuse or alibi.Thanks.

    Comment by phaed — June 4, 2010 @ 7:23 pm

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