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…To Boldly Go Where No Mini-Van Has Gone Before!

Hey guys, what do you think of my sweet new ride? Just kidding, I wish I could afford this “Star Trek”-themed “boogie van” (really, that’s a term?) for sale on eBay for $8,500. I’m moving to Los Angeles in a few months and I need a set of wheels, and this 1978 GMC van has all the right vibes I’m looking for. I can picture it now: cruising down the 405, rocking a Baja hoodie, beaming up hotties for intergalactic sexual adventures in the red velvet-covered back seat. Hmm, the auction ended today and it looks like no one bid. Maybe the owner is open to negotiations… [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

A Superstitious, Non-Mechanically Inclined Person’s Guide To DIY Car Repair

Car Cleaning Monologue
Deep thoughts I've had while cleaning my car. Read More »

My 13-year-old VW Jetta seems to be entering the phase of an automobile’s life where there’s never not something wrong with it. It’s been in and out of the repair shop pretty much constantly over the past few months, and lately it only starts on the first try when it feels like it. I’m determined to drive this car until it literally disintegrates, which means overlooking a lot of minor problems (like the turn signal clicker that got stuck and clicked nonstop for the entire drive from Oregon to Tennessee) and coming up with DIY solutions for potentially major ones. As someone with zero mechanical aptitude and a fondness for anthropomorphism, I approach car repair much like a witch doctor/zoo veterinarian. Here are some of the affirmation rituals, improvised prayers, and erotic dashboard massages that have become staples of my DIY car repair regimen: Keep reading »

Man Who’s Banged More Than 1,000 Cars Is Ready To Settle Down

Man Who's Banged More Than 1,000 Cars Is Ready To Settle Down
He's Ready To Commit To One Car

After losing his virginity 45 years ago, Edward Smith of Yelm, Washington, knew that the way he felt about headlights and bumpers was the way most men felt about “boobs and buns.” Although he never forgot his first — a neighbor’s Volkswagon Beetle — the self-proclaimed mechaphile went on to sleep with thousands more automobiles and one woman (who we can only assume is his long-term neighbor Sarah, who is very happy that he’s found “something that makes him happy”). Keep reading »

Chevy Just Realized Women Buy Trucks, Too

Breaking Up: Driving Sex
Drunk Driving
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Sexist Xmas Ad
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Sexist Beer Marketing
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chevrolet silverado lady ad
"A ribbon that goes on her wall, not in her hair."

The only people I know who own trucks are women. I know two female truck owners, but that’s not that exciting, because I don’t live a Truck Lifestyle. Perhaps Chevy, makers of the Silverado pick-up truck, have realized that they know a lot of female truck drivers, too, because they’ve created this ad (finally!) focused on selling trucks to women. Keep reading »

TrueCar Thinks A Woman Needs A Man To Buy A Car

Sexist Axe Ad
axe boobs
A headless pair of boobs stars in Axe's new commercial. Read More »
Diddling In The Car
Men, you really need to stop jerking off while you're driving. Read More »
Malia's First Car
malia and sasha obama photo
Barack Obama jokes about what Malia's first car will be. Read More »
TrueCar
Whatever, TrueCar

The idea behind TrueCar.com is to provide people with a benchmark for how much they should be paying for a car so that when they go to a dealership, they can be somewhat knowledgeable when they bargain. I actually think it’s a great idea and I would totally use it if I hadn’t seen their commercial first. The commercial shows only women talking about how they just get so nervous at car dealerships all by themselves without a man by their sides. One woman even exclaims that she can go to the dealership without a “dude” now that she has TrueCar! Would it have been so hard to throw in one man talking about how helpful TrueCar is? Couldn’t the woman have been happy she could go confidently to the dealership without “someone who knows a lot about cars” instead of a “dude”? Keep reading »

Today In Things That Actually Exist: The Steering Wheel Desk

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Topless Driver
You see, officer, I could not pull over because I was topless. Read More »

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Wheelmate steering wheel desk. According to the product description, the Wheelmate is “light enough to carry, but sturdy enough to support a notepad, lunch, or even a laptop.” In the very last sentence, the company cautions against using the product while driving (apparently it’s made for parking lot lunch enthusiasts), but it’s hard to imagine that every tech-addicted workaholic will heed that suggestion. Luckily the product has already been skewered by Amazon reviewers with their trademark brand of sarcasm and satire. “Now I can drive my children to soccer practice without having to choose between their safety and my coke habit,” says one. Another appreciates the Wheelmate’s efficiency: “All the things I can get done while driving – a perfect way to use otherwise wasted time!” There are over 900 more (mostly bogus) reviews where that came from. If you have some free time today, I highly recommend scrolling through. But please pull over first. [Amazon]

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