I remember revenge, and enjoyed it. Some of the tracks you drove on were amazing. I don't remember the earlier ones too much, because its been so long. But I remember the crash challenges of the earlier ones. All the cars were the same color (red or blue or something).
Revenge had some very dope ass music on it, I remember some crazy Doors trance remix while driving the last car you unlocked in that super race at the end in like somewhere in East Asia. Hard game, would love to play it again on my original hugebox.
I told an employee I had experience with lets say 'x' I didn't, but I improvised it so well that I actually pulled of. I was 17 and I told them I had experience on a forklift, (even though I was just actually a dumb high school punk that never lifted a muscle before, and didn't want to start. Managed to do it quite convincingly and safely. It was a good chill warehouse job for 2 years.
Depends on your ability to pick up things and improvise. I can't judge your character so I don't really know what to say. Depends on the magnitude of what you're lying about. I hope you're implying like unskilled jobs, like entry level stuff. I would never lie if it was something a specific degree required, then again I would never apply to something outside of my experience.
Probably a two door coupe, bitches love two door slam vans, but don't get discouraged friend, remember four doors more whores!
I own two vehicles, of different quality. Both are like 20+ years old. Try and find a vehicle that has a style that doesn't really get old, bonus points for popping up headlights. Here's a photo of one.
Watch Top Gear, you'll probably want a JAAAAAAAAG or a BMW to get the ladies up in your grill.
Keep in mind, you budget yourself for maintenance, as for flashy cars its usually the maintenance that is the expensive part. Also read up online, but with a grain of salt kinda of attitude, its like when it comes to your health; every car is a money pit or a piece of shit - every symptom you have is CANCER.