Mittens has a version of this:
1:00 am • Saturday • September 8, 2012
I have a feeling this elevator is smart enough to know that if I parked my Honda Civic on it that it would promptly eject it out a 19th story window or simply refuse to lift a car worth less than the elevator’s yearly maintenance costs.
@ManchuCandidate: If it were that smart, it might one day rise to wisdom and either chasten or inspire its owner to devote all her or his worldly goods to benefit the poor and infirm (and by “benefit,” I don’t mean “job creation”).
This would have ruined “Ferris Bueller’s Day off”.
@ManchuCandidate: I suspect it would make the Civic wash and wax the Lambo for less than minimum wage.
STUNTING? No shit, STUNTING?????
But seriously, BF. Why should I consider this “chronically undernourished” car when I have a GT-R parked in my driveway? STUNTING? Well, yeah, when I compare it to my car just in dollars but not in value.
Comparable years of GT-Rs and Lambos mostly put the Nissan ahead by small fractions in performance and at a small fraction of the price.
Try driving your Lambo to the grocery store without several trips to shuttle what you can pack in a GT-R in one, for the “daily-driver” test. But that’s not all bad. Now you get several tries to impress the babe in the produce aisle.
Overpriced fancy piece of shit. Pretty-boy self-overrated jerkwad bling. Meanwhile my 2009 GT-R continues to live outside at 26690 miles and 4 years 11 days old, and it’s not a pampered pussy car. A bit expensive to maintain, yes, but still something we lower-middle-class scum-sucking assholes can aspire to. I got mine at 67, so never give up.
At least I’ve put my GT-R on the track a few times. Most Lambo owners will drive it to the office and the club, and never experience what it really has to offer.
@RevZafod: Most Lambo owners will drive it to the office and the club, and never experience what it really has to offer.
Mmmmm, over 200, over 200…
No, wait. That was a Shelby Cobra.
While I’m in that Late Sixties neighborhood…
Anybody remember — or even read — CARtoons? Like Cracked, it was a sub-Mad knockoff of the time.
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