Diary of a Hoosier out of her element
Pff. Thanks a lot for giving away what happens at the end of that Subaru.Wow, that was bad. I feel shame.
...and a 4-door to boot!
I wonder if he's got those under-carriage lights in a nice shade of purple. What a stud.
That bad boy'll keep the rear wheels down when the car gets up over 150 mph.
I wonder if it belongs to the middle-aged guy wearing driving gloves and special racing shoes I saw over at the AM/PM the other day? The only other car getting gas at the time was a Subaru, so it could have been him.
why oh why do guys do that to a mom mobile
What a funny coincidence--I was driving around at work yesterday, and passed a car that looked very much like this: an otherwise nondescript Subaru, maybe 5-7 years old, with thousands of dollars worth of accessories--a spoiler, spinning rims, the works. It was the urban equivalent of a $20,000 bass boat, next to a beater El Camino, in front of a trailer.
Some of us LOVE our Subarus, so watch out!
you know, WRXs are pretty fastand i think you should be more worried about those 'fins,' or whatever they are, on the roof, by the back windshield
my friends and I award each other points for spotting useless spoilers-- those that are intended to keep the tailend of the car flat on the road when going over 150 mph on the Autobahn. This would deserve, oh, about 5 points.The highest points are given to pickup trucks with spoilers.
That has to be some sort of an add on package you can order, because I have seen the same shit around here on Subarus.Really, really pathetic...
That looks ridiculous. But so does every other car on the L.A. freeways.
Chris: Don't feel bad, that was actually pretty funny. For a pun.Spooney: Yes, the whole package is just ridiculous.DGuzman: We should've followed him until dark to find out.Larry: Because that so often happens on the 101 North on a Friday evening.Kirby: What kind of special shoes do you need to race a car? I don't get it. Unless he's racing AGAINST a car...Cheer34: If wives wouldn't castrate their husbands so much by making them by 4-door Subaru sedans, then husbands wouldn't be forced to tart them up with ridiculous tokens of faux masculinity.Bubs: Please, spinning rims are so out. Right now, spoiler kits are very big in LA. The thing is, they make the spoiler look like it was built with one of those 60s-era erector sets. I will try to get a picture of one and post it. Muy hilarious.Randy: Some of you don't think you're a NASCAR driver.Kiki: Oh, it's all bad. The fins just add to the overall ridiculousness.HotL: On a scale of what? 5?SkyD: You mean car companies are putting useless shit on vehicles in an attempt to placate the male ego? I don't believe it. You take that back.GKL: No argument here. We are the U.S. test market for ridiculous car culture accoutrement, I fear.
In the old days we had fins on our cars for no particular reason other than to show off. The bigger the fins on your car - the more trim you got in the back seat. My 'ol '59 Dodge got me my knob shined more than anything ever has!
Asparagus P: You can't fool me. I know it's you. And don't you dare to compare fins to spoilers. Fins were elegant expressions of technological whimsy. Spoilers are the car equivalent of those tank tops with arm holes that are cut down to the waist.
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