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Desc:Short and sweet.
Category:Accidents & Explosions
Tags:crash, douchebag, short and sweet, dumbass, Corvette
Submitted:Scrotum H. Vainglorious
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Comment count is 24
Douchebag crashes, pussies overreact.
I wouldn't call that an overreaction.
I hope they got out of the car and beat that Vette driver's tiny dick off.

What charmlessman said.

Overreaction? Had some douchenoz done that to the car I worked my ass off for, I'd be yanking him out to ensure he sustained injuries.

blue vein steel
overreact? you obviously have never been hit by another car. If you have, and never screamed "fuck" in some way, you were probably knocked unconscious.

Overreaction? Were I in this man's unenviable position, I would rightly exit my vehicle post haste and give that ruffooligan a rather tart taste of the unsavory unmentionables of my mind.

And quite rightly his miniscule phallus would not remain unscathed for long thereafter.

When you get hit by some irresponsible manchild, you gotta play that shit cool as a cucumber. You need to impress him!

If that Corvette owner wants to throw down, I got Jack Johnson and Tom O'Leary right here.

I keep getting the notion that the primary purpose of these vehicles is to deliver a short burst of speed, for perhaps the distance of 20-50 meters, and then veer off into the nearest stationary or moving object.
Crab Mentality
The problem is that modern Corvettes have a ton of horsepower and torque handy, and if you turn the traction control off, you don't get to do smoking burnouts and tire-squealing turns.

The result is every douchebag that thinks he's a stunt driver will turn it off, and upon nailing the throttle, somehow be surprised when the tail kicks out as a result of flooring the throttle. Let of throttle, tires grip again, and now you're making a turn that you didn't intend to make.

But more horsepower means it's a better driving car!

Hey Ursa Minor, what do YOU think about Corvettes?


I like cars. They are a passion of mine, though I typically like vintage european and japanese cars - but I read Jalopnik and Autoblog every day. I hate the commenters there, of course - but it's just something I like and I'm pretty well versed in, and when I see a bunch of people making false statements about ANY car, it ruffles my feathers a bit. Even cars that aren't my style.
I like cars. I think they're neat. I like the engineering and aesthetic thought that (sometimes) goes into them.
I think it's good to know what you're talking about before you say it.
I won't pipe up anymore.

The rarest automotive collectible of the future will be a Corvette that has not seen a wreck.

I think at the moment of impact all cars momentarily become Corvettes at the quantum level. When the large Hadron Collider slams two protons together, it breaks apart into quarks, neutrinos, electrons, and Corvettes.
Oscar Wildcat
You know, you might be on to something here... From these recent experiments can we reasonably conclude the Corvette particle is a fermion, not a boson?

We need to do more experiments in whether or not two Corvettes can occupy the same space at the same time.

Oscar Wildcat
If we abide by the "Many Worlds" hypothesis there is the world of Corvette drivers, where Corvettes are bosons, and the world of the rest of us, where they are plainly fermions. Thus it should be easy to direct a beam of Corvettes up and down the freeway and record the results. From the point of view of the drivers, the cars will just pass through each other. From our point of view, hilarity ensues.

That would explain why at the second gear energy state the forward vector seems to shift to a right angle to our three dimensions and why, even though it seems capable of higher gears, we never observe them.

We need some grant money!

Wonko the Sane
A common misconception, you're actually thinking of the Small Hardon Collider.

blue vein steel
i've always been way more interested in seeing these Vette drivers try to apologize than the actual accidents
I'd like to see a unicorn too

Over the last few days, POEtv has really become a symposium of sorts on the Corvette and douchebag-ism. I for one approve of this wonderful development.
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