“Now all they need is one (non magnetic, of course) for Corvette owners. Something to the effect of, “If I Had a Big Dick I Wouldn’t Need This Corvette”
These giant magnetic bumper stickers are ideal pranks to pull on truck owners.
I worked in Chevy dealerships, and very quickly learned to loathe Corvette owners. Truck guys- even the ones with the jacked up and modified monstrosities- were never as obnoxious as Corvette owners. I never encountered a group of automotive enthusiasts who are both cheap and incredibly fussy at the same time. The attitude goes like this, “I want it perfect, I want it NOW, and what’s my discount?”
When I had the authority to set the Corvette owners’ “discount,” it was usually something like list + 50, which means regular retail plus 50% of regular retail. So if list price was $100, I would quote them $150. They got a pretty hefty surcharge for being a royal pompous pain in my ass.
Fussy owners in the automotive fancy are nothing new. I have dealt with truck owners (usually not too terrible) including Land Cruiser enthusiasts, who, while fussy, were some of my favorites to deal with. The major difference between Land Cruiser owners and Corvette owners is that a Land Cruiser owner wants it perfect and wants it NOW, AND is willing to pay for “perfect” and “NOW.” I always loved Land Cruiser owners when I worked in Toyota dealerships. They’re fussy and demanding, yes, but they don’t mind paying for the privilege.
I have to state that yes, there are guys who compensate for their tiny johnsons with excessive horsepower. I’ve seen it, and it isn’t pretty. I really could care less how big your truck is if you’re the poster child for ED,and/or if you are a tightwad, and/or your hair is held on with double faced tape. Show me a guy who drives a Prius and isn’t self conscious about it, and he’s probably quite comfortable in his masculinity. Then again, so are the lesbians who don’t shave their legs and have stopped using soap. They are really comfortable in their truckers’ wallets and their masculinity. That’s a pretty scary crowd too, especially when the technicians make commentary on the pit hair of the one wearing the tank top. I didn’t need to know that “she”? has longer pit hair than all three technicians combined. TMI. Acck. Excessive body hair is bad enough on men. It’s positively revolting on women.