For most folks, a 10-a penny rep-mobile might not seem to be much to brag about, but for true braggers
there is lots to work on.
And if Primark's flagship store causing scrums on London's Oxford Street is anything to go by, it looks like the "bargain bragger
Briton" is here to stay.
Where the key to deeper understanding of braggers
comes in is to know that they are actually driven by insecurity.
But the problem is that most car braggers
have normal cars which are about as sporty as the obituary section of The Sunday Times.
Scotland has a great source of inspiration for braggers
in the form of world-class drivers such as Colin McRae, Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart and David Coulthard.
dreams of a quality car and the endless boasting it offers.
Needless to say, the bragger
considers themselves superior in every aspect of driving, including parking, but their brags surround other people's weakness.
A car bragger
loves nothing more than a new car to boast about to all and sundry.
It's nonsense, it's exaggeration, it's lies, but when the bragger
tells their motorways tales, they really believe it's the truth.
There seems to be an unwritten law amongst braggers
that you always tell the truth about this.
Miniature mobile phones can also double as car key-rings for amateur braggers
For car braggers
, however, it creates a whole set of possible adventures so they can prove to other road users, their families and the poor souls who have to work with them, that they really are a very special breed.
don't need the Highway Code, because they have their own set of hand signals and gestures that don't appear in any book but are as recognisable as the sign of the cross.
COPING with congestion and traffic jams has long been an area of expertise for braggers
pretty much tend to fall into three distinct groups.