Last Call- So Much Wrong Edition

See, this is why we can’t have nice things.
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  1. BЯдΖǐL-ЯЄРΘЯΤЄЯ Avatar

    In just a little while the yellow one will stand up and walk out

  2. CJinSD Avatar

    At least they're both rentals.

  3. Paul_y Avatar

    …and sometimes, the lesson is, "Don't do that."

  4. parkwood60 Avatar

    You are aware there is a "fetish" "porn" site for this right? Scroll down the home page a few entrys, and there is our lovely model with a red head stuck in the mud.

    1. Brett MacPherson Avatar
      Brett MacPherson

      This just might be the greatest use of the internet devised so far.

    2. jjd241 Avatar

      And we know this because…

      1. Deartháir Avatar

        Pop-up ad. It's ALWAYS a pop-up ad. Didn't anyone tell you?

  5. alewifecove Avatar

    Maybe it's cause the Camaro is so fat……

  6. coupeZ600 Avatar

    "But I was on the road!" (pointing to the tracks heading off to an even more certain death).
    I live in a town (Flagstaff, AZ) that not only is on one leg of the Unholy Golden Triangle of International Tourism in the U.S. (Disneyland, Las Vegas, and the Grand Canyon), but because of being named in that silly song has become a must-see for all the ding-dongs trying to re-create the Magic Of The Open Road and the feeling that Unlimited Opportunity Awaits If You Just Feel The Wind In Your Hair.
    Yes, we appreciate that you enjoy our scenic wonders (that's why we live here, and by the way, thanks for the cash), but that doesn't mean you can stop your f*cking car in the middle of the g#d damned highway to take a picture any more than where you're from! I mean, people who stop in the middle of highway in your country get KILLED, right! Why the f*ck is this any different!!!!
    Every dumb-ass has Nevada plates because it's a rental, but the real crazies around here proudly display "New Mexico" on the backs of their cars. I think they must have a bunch of Bangladeshi cabbies as Driving Instructors, and I'll get back to you once I figure it out.

    1. coupeZ600 Avatar

      Oh yeah, and by the way,… You can totally forget Winona, it's O.K……..

      1. Joe Dunlap Avatar
        Joe Dunlap

        As in, Winona, OK. ?

    2. west_coaster Avatar

      I feel your pain, somewhat.
      I live a stone's throw from Universal Studios, and we're coming up on the time of year when the fast food and Wal Mart crowd will be in their rented Dodge Caravans (with the telltale portable GPS suction-cupped to the windshield) trying to find the entrance to the place, slowing to a crawl on the major three-lane boulevard that goes right past it BECAUSE THEY CAN'T SEE THE FIVE-FOOT-HIGH LETTERS ON THE GIGANTIC GROUND-LEVEL SIGN THAT SAYS "UNIVERSAL STUDIOS ENTRANCE"!!!
      I mean, WTF people, it's right there! Do you really have to block traffic to debate on whether that's the place to enter???

    3. CptSevere Avatar

      Yeah, they behave the same way here in Tombstone. They'll stop for no apparent reason, turn with no warning, and run every stop sign. Then, they'll park in front of a driveway. There's no way that they'd drive like that at home. Amazing.

    4. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

      I'll be rolling through next month in the passenger seat of an '89 Sedan de Ville, but worry not, there'll be no stops in the middle of the damn highway.

      1. coupeZ600 Avatar

        Hey, let me know when you're coming through, there's plenty of room at our house.
        Crazy thing about Rt.66 is that a lot of the coolest people you'd ever meet ended up here because this is where their car broke down (Top O' The Hill) on their way to Cali.

    5. Froggmann_ Avatar

      I feel your pain I grew up in Anaheim the home of the tragic kingdom. Heck half of my household works there to boot. But everyone who loves vehicles should drive 66 at least once. Except for that stretch east of Barstow, the road loves you back and not in that gently caressing style either.

      1. coupeZ600 Avatar

        See, that's the part I love the most. Because when you're in Amboy and you're trying to imagine what all those people who were thinking, "Damn… We just passed some really cool stuff, this California better be good!"

  7. tenthousandfeet Avatar

    “We need a hundred men, maybe more…”

    1. Deartháir Avatar

      Dear god… better bring some ice packs and KY jelly then…

  8. Alff Avatar

    Despite the mud, I doubt that's the road less traveled.