Saturday, April 23, 2005

Thinking about "pimping" your 30 year old Chevette? Don't bother.

Ok, this could be a dangerous post because those of you that know me, know that I know NOTHING about cars. However, I DO know that just because your car is loud, doesn't mean it's cool/has a hemi/could beat a Tonka Truck in a race. Seriously, these people's moms buy them '86 Honda Civics when they're 15 for when they get their licenses, which, coincidentally, they don't get until they're 24. Then, when these morons finally get their license, they go and put performance exhaust on their car. Congratulations! Your car is louder than a train wreck. It must be super awesome. Oh wait, your car just broke down in bumper-to-bumper traffic again. Maybe your Chevette isn't "high performance". Maybe you should think about running a hose from that performance muffler straight into your car and shutting the windows. For real, ass; just punch a hole in your muffler. It makes the same sound.


At 1:05 PM, Blogger Percy said...

I had an 1989 Honda Accord which I used for trade-in value. The exhaust pipe and muffler both fell off a couple of days before the trade. The car sounded like a test rocket for NASA. While driving I received mixed reactions. The old folks would imply shame and disgust with their heavy frowns. The young kids would either crank up their bone rattling bass stereos of rev' their engines a bit louder than mine. Quite frankly I was terribly embarrased to be driving such a heap, but I guess it's pretty cool to be driving a car which causes you to go deaf.

Great blog!

At 3:57 PM, Blogger Hendy said...

If you have a problem with my fifth avenue why don't you just come out and say it Luke!

At 11:27 PM, Blogger LBomb said...

My name isn't "Luke". Ass.

At 10:05 AM, Blogger Hendy said...

So sorry "lbomb", lol


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