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    BMWhat?

    Does any one know what BMW stands for? I got in a fight with my roommate over bavarian motor works or british motor works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLoppYJeeP
    Does any one know what BMW stands for? I got in a fight with my roommate over bavarian motor works or british motor works.
    100%%% wrong stands for "Brake My Window"
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    british motor works yeah cause they arent german

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwgroup.com
    Bayerische Motoren Werke
    Where the hell did you get British motor works from?!

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    Bayerische Motoren Werke = Bavarian engine factory in english

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLoppYJeeP
    Does any one know what BMW stands for? I got in a fight with my roommate over bavarian motor works or british motor works.
    yes of course BMW is English, although i am proud you assume that such a quality car as a BMW can only come from Blighty...

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    i think it does stand for bavarian motor works
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    Last edited by austy351; 04-19-2011 at 02:55 AM.

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    Oh, i thought it stood for...
    Burn My Wages.
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    or Buy-My-Wife Oh wait ... I think thats more fitting of an Impreza owner

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    British hahaha..no its indisputibly Bavarian Motor Works

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    Bavarian Motor Works. Haha. I own a BMW, so I guess I just HAVE to know it!
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    bavarian....pah. everyone knows its Brazilian motor works.
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    WTF? BMW stands for Bayerische Motoren Worke? I was always told it stood for the Bangladeshi Museum of War?

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    Bangle's mutilated wagens.

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    Bei Mercedes Weggeworfen (scrapped from Mercedes

    In Germany we also say BMW to a chick with a flat breast:
    Brett Mit Warzen = Board with warts (nipples)
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