In commercials why do cars always drive in deserts?

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  1. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    Yes. You chant that every night to me to put me to sleep. :o

    Why the sad face? :confused:

    Sabretooth, take control of your thread, dammit!! :mad:
     
  2. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    :o

    Because comics are so not popular? :o
     
  3. Sabretooth Registered

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    *wakes up*


    Wuzzat? :confused:
     
  4. Spider-Bite Registered

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    Cars are always seen in the desert because they are sucking up middle eastern oil.
     
  5. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    Why don't they ever have cars stuck in rush hour in car commercials? :confused:
     
  6. jaguarr Be Your Own Hero

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    Because traffic jams aren't the secksy hawtness. Deserts are!

    jag
     
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    Heres a good commerical

    The car is parked, a man walks up eyes the vehicle talking to the car about how great this ride is, he gets in, drives away....then...as he pulls away the real owner of the car runs out of the near by building screaming "Hey, He's stealing my car!!!!"
     
  8. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    What a silly question! Coz you can't see the car's performance when it's just idle in a traffic jam. DUH! That would be a good commercial on "What To Do While Stuck In A Traffic Jam?".
     
  9. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    I preferred the hawt 'n secksy answer. :(:o
     
  10. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    So do I. Jag's da man. :up:
     
  11. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    ...k.

    In any case, this is disturbingly on-topic, but I'd rather like to see a car commercial where the car actually around other cars, where it could like swerve in and out of them and such. :confused:
     
  12. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    Speaking of cars... did you see Gone in 60 Seconds? That 1967 Shelby Mustang is a total babe. What a sexy looking machine! :up:

    As for your car commercial... cars of the same make and model or different?
     
  13. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    I never have, actually. How's the movie itself?

    Hmm. Probably different. Something unrealistically realistic; where you can imagine yourself in the car, but you'd be driving like James Bond.

    ...and I've put too much thought into this. :o
     
  14. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    I was expecting it to be bad, so it turned out pretty good actually.

    So it'll be like a Ford Mustang commercial and the 'stang is driving in an out of ... a dozen Kia Rios? :o
     
  15. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    I was thinking ten 1978 Buicks. :(
     
  16. Ronny Shade back for a limited time

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    This thread rulez
     
  17. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    1978 Buicks against 2006 Kias?

    Why did Sabretooth even start this thread? :confused:
     
  18. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    Might as well let Kias win for a change. :o

    Because Sabretooth is a silly goose.
     
  19. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    Why not. :o
    When I first got here, the Kia Rio was the only car available for rental. I swear I'll never drive that car again.

    He is?
    I guess he is.
    And that reminds me of the episode in Courage the Cowardly Dog where the Godly Goose fell in love with Muriel and ended up marrying Eustis' truck. I miss that show. :(
     
  20. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    Does Kia suck in general, or is it just that car? :o

    I do too. It's only on at like 5 in the morning. :(
     
  21. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    I dunno. That's the only Kia I've driven. I drove the Sonata to California. Smooth ride and very good on gas as well. I've driven a few different make and models, but so far I like my current ride best.

    It's on ON DEMAND, but old episodes. I want it on DVD Boxed set, dammit! :mad: :(
     
  22. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    Is the Sonata one of those hybrid jobbies? :o

    I don't even have On Demand. :( And that reminds me, I really gotta buy that Scooby Doo box set soon. :o
     
  23. DBella Seducente/Mortale

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    Hybrid jobbies? Not that I'm aware of. I don't think so. I don't mind the car actually. But I have to keep watching my speed on that thing coz you only have to step very lightly on the gas pedal. That I don't quite like.

    I don't have that yet either. I want to grow a Money Tree in my backyard. :o
     
  24. CConn Fountainhead of culture.

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    Plant one or two for me. :o
     

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