|Jet Bin Fever |
I love that this became a bonding experience for father and son.
I love how he can't figure out that when he doesn't gun it, the car actually moves a bit, but when he does, nothing.
Only way this could have been better was if it ended with him destroying that jeep somehow.
For me it was the car door opening and closing as if opening the airlock did something to improve things.
|Oscar Wildcat |
He stinks of upper level management, c suite for sure. Next time you see one of these big companies go belly up, now you know why.
Someone's having a bad day.
The best part is at around 1:30 it looks like he drops his phone.
given that level of tension, this has to be the first thing he's tried to plow in a year.
|Crab Mentality |
I'm from Texas and I know that's not how you drive in the snow.
As soon as he got out, I swear I thought he was going to crash right into the parked cars in front of him.
This seems like a pretty good video to show someone who is going to buy a car with "All Wheel Drive", and who doesn't understand that there is a difference between that and 4 wheel drive.
Eh, my Subaru could have gotten out, and it's AWD. It's more like a demonstration of using horsepower when you need torque.
"This is why you don't do stuff you see in commercials"
Any car could have gotten out, it's just a matter of not slamming your foot as hard as you can on the accelerator the moment you shift into drive.
Raggamuffin - I don't think you know what the difference between horsepower and torque is.
I'll give you a hint- neither of them is helpful in this situation.
Lets just agree that what he really needed was a snow shovel.
I think that video would be him freaking out that his awesome new snow shovel didn't clear all the snow in one scoop.
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