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Last Call- All You Can Eat Edition

Robert Emslie November 7, 2012 Last Call

It was noted by many in response to last evening’s Last Call that a lot of you don’t live in here the US. Because of that – as a public service, so to speak – I wanted to provide you with an example of what it’s like to live here.

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Currently there are "31 comments" on this Article:

  1. pizzahoon says:

    Only in 'murica

  2. Devin says:

    Today, I was feeling bad because I have a bunch of garbage in my passenger side footwell.

    Now I feel not so bad. Thanks!

  3. POLAЯ says:

    Any chance Boardwalk piece #946 is in there?

  4. JayP2112 says:

    Bless their heart they didn't toss it out the window.

  5. boostedlegowgn says:

    "…better make it a diet coke."

  6. joshwebster84 says:

    Oh come on now. I am so sick of hearing Americans talk shit about fast food, poor education, or any of the other stupid stereotypes foreigners have about us. No one thinks you are superior to your countrymen because you do that. You don't hear Frenchmen talking about how their people smell bad.
    This is not a common occurrence in America and you know it. Grow up.

    • tempesjo says:

      I would add "hubristic" to your list of stereotypes foreigners have about us.

    • mdharrell says:

      "You don't hear Frenchmen talking about how their people smell bad."

      It's hard to know whether that's the case. I don't speak French.

      • danleym says:

        For the record, from someone who does speak French, and spent a little time in France, talking with Frenchmen, yes, they do. Maybe not smelling bad per se, but the guys I knew joked around the same way.

  7. lilpoindexter says:

    Hmmm…I wonder what, if any, political party this person affiliates them self with?

  8. OA5599 says:

    You would never find a car in England looking like this.

    All the trash would be piled on the other side of the car.

  9. Alff says:

    Suddenly I'm hungry … for a cross country road trip.

  10. wisc47 says:

    Where's the beef?

  11. Alcology says:

    Impacted away in their colon

    • POLAЯ says:

      Two all beef patties,
      special sauce,
      lettuce, cheese,
      pickles,
      onions,
      impacted in a sesame seed spackled bum.

  12. dukeisduke says:

    Thankfully I've never seen a car that bad. I've seen cars full of junk, or full of trash, but not fast food trash. And McDonalds? Yuck.

  13. aastrovan says:

    Thank you for that photo of your car Mr. Emslie.
    Could you post one of your Kitchen?Or was that it?

  14. BobWellington says:

    I don't know how someone can willingly eat at McDonald's.

  15. Van_Sarockin says:

    Nice. You've just got to admire that kind of consistency and dedication. Reminds me of a friend who always used to just toss trash on the floor of his car. Once it had built up to the point that it would start to fall out when you opened the door, then he's do a thorough clean out. And start back in filling it up.

  16. Target29 says:

    One company I used to drive for had a Kenworth K100 COE that we would throw all our trash in the passenger seat. It would only be cleaned out under two scenarios –
    1. Some one would open the passenger door
    2. It reached the top of the dog house (hump above engine) and interfered with the shifting

  17. vroomsocko says:

    This reminds me of a dude I worked with. He had a mid 80's Olds Toronado that was completely filled fast food wrappers. I would hate to open that car door after sitting in the hot sun.

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