It’s late November. The streets are getting ready for the best time of year. Soon, everything will be sparkling silver and gold, and you’ll be off collecting your Christmas gifts and tree decorations. You promised yourself that this year, you are going all the way. There will be no compromising, and only the best will do.
You get into your car, and then you see this. You can’t believe your eyes, and you take a second blink. The Griswolds have moved in next door and brought all of the movie’s cast with them. This is going to be a very merry Christmas, indeed.
Mario the Plumber
Here is another great example of engaging marketing, excellent design, and a promising and successful career for Mario the plumber. Mario provides 24-hour emergency plumbing services and can fix almost anything that has been broken.
If you are unaware, in the UK, a double yellow line, as shown in this photo, is a strictly forbidden parking area except for emergency vehicles, such as police cars or ambulances. By the look of it, in this area of the UK, being a plumber is essential. Having a leaking sink is considered an emergency, and with a design like this, one will tow you away.
The Boys Are Back in Town
Welcome to the 21st century. Up until two decades ago, when the year 2000 just kicked in, the only extravaganza vehicles you could spot on the road would be an outrageous Lamborghini, an eye-popping Porsche, and if you were lucky, you would come across a black Batmobile. The Batmobile was definitely the highlight of the 1990s.
Nowadays, the expectations from the rich and famous have escalated, and four-wheeled vehicles won't do. It's private Jumbo jets and fighter aircraft we see these days roving the country's highways and causing traffic jams. At least now you can say you are late due to jet lag.
The White Knight
This one is wonderful. We admire people who can see the funny side in everything, even when your precious car is involved. Monty Python is one of the greatest comedians of all time who made fun of any situation they were in and implemented some great quotes we use until this day. This guy added this timeless quote to his car instead of getting the damage fixed.
It's more than a scratch, as anyone with an operating eye can see, but he didn't want to make a big deal out of it. He just got the right decal "Tis but a scratch," which can be relevant for every future accident the car goes through. Honestly, if the car's functionality is still intact, this is a great way of saving money.
The Imperial March
Note: Put on "The Imperial March" before reading this. This is just so funny (and wonderfully nerdy) that we had to shake things up and make it a little more interesting. It's a Nissan Cube. Probably one of the smallest cars out there. If you look carefully, there is some kind of a badge/shield in front, so unless it's Halloween, whoever is driving must be on duty.
We haven't even begun to describe this vehicle, and it's already hilarious. Now, what about this number plate? Where do we even begin? DTH, no explanations are needed here. 5T4R, for anyone who hasn't tried early '00s chatroom speech, means "star", with the 5 representing an S and the 4 representing an A.