This poorly placed advertisement takes away from what is happening in this ad! At first glance, this bus quite obviously belongs to some kind of robot baby-making facility. Either that or the Terminator has mastered procreation. But then you realize that all this is — is a funny error. One so bad you forget what exactly it was you were looking at to begin with!
The baby’s eye is fine; there is no need for donations to save the baby’s vision, and her stomach (and belly button) are in a safe place, too. This is purely bad design and even worse execution. They were only given one job.
There are two possibilities for this to happen. It's either that the parents of this son have had enough and are willing to do whatever it takes to get their 18-year-old bum of a son out of the house once and for all, or this could be the result of a really good prank (or bet) some bored dudes decided to try one Saturday night.
In exchange for taking the son out on a date, a 2004 Buik is promised with just 40K miles. One thing is unclear to us. Once we have taken the son out on a date and realized why he is still at home, do we get to keep the car if there's no second date?
Double Decker Parking
It is not clear how this car ended up balanced on the Fiat in the first place. It is like bad parking is its own special gymnastic sport. Well, this gray car certainly deserves a medal for creative bad parking. To end up like this, they must have been taking directions from someone with bad depth perception or faulty parking sensors.
Either way, they should call in the professionals at this point before more damage is done to either car. The only other reason we can find behind this is that this was taken in the UK, and we have an incident of a righthand driver trying to adapt to the country's left rules.
There is nothing odd about seeing a rustic old tractor making its way to the fields. In fact, a sight like this can actually cheer us up on the way to work, changing the urban scenery with a touch of farm delights. But what doesn't quite work here is the man in the suit.
When you see a tractor like this on the road, the next thing you would expect to see is a man in mussy boots and rustic overalls. Oh well, it looks like the recession had hit the big corporates, too, and this is the best company car they could afford.
This drive to work will transport you back to 1987 when one of the best parodies was created. Back in the 1980s, there were no limits to what you could say on screen, and Mel Brooks took it all the way with his masterpiece. Whoever is driving this vehicle obviously thought so, too.
For those who haven't seen the movie, you might miss this gem, or find it disturbing, especially on the road (so go and watch the movie). However, to us, those who have memorized the script and can never get enough, this is one great start to the day.