Set a spell, take your shoes off, ya'll come back now, ya hear?
They make good knives too. Their beer isn't bad either, but if it sets too long unopened you will see floaty things in it. That's just not right.
I guess all of their talented engineers didn't make it to the U.S. after the war. If they did, that awesome BMW would be a Chevy...
I burst out laughing... such a simple yet hilarious pair of captions. Although that tank probably took a whole lot of thought and skill to put together, the contrast with the sleek beemer is too much.
German guy: Hey, zats a cheap shot!You: No, I believe it's a Panzer.
Damn, you made me laugh once again Al, that car looks so awesome too, just wow.
Their food isn't up to much, everything gets pickled.
Well to be fair they turned the tanks in to cars.
I am the proud owner of a kraut-mobile. The VW New Beetle. Original Beetle was commissioned by Hitler, I know, I know. But they're so cute! Don't hate me because I'm cute. Well, my car, anyway.
Farfegunnin' for sure!
Your comment had me laughing!
I'd prefer a half car half tank hybred!
Such a manly post! lolI agree with Ruth, their beer is awesome but while I lived there, I usually drank the wine. So delicious!
@Elsie: I had more than my share of brutally huge glasses of beer at Munich's Hofbrauhaus. Ja, ja.@Bersercules: Would make rush hour all the more easier to deal with.@Shockgrubz: I'm gonna use that one.@Dawn: A friend of mine's father had a red beetle. It was a great car. Even if it did have a tendency to run down French pedestrians.@Mark: And their cars into things I can't afford.@Tony: Especially visitors to the beer halls.@Matthew: I know. All I can afford is a POS Dodge Dakota.@Gorilla: BA DUM BUM. Zank you, zank you very much. Please make for tipping mit der vaitresses. Und keep laughink.@Mike: Imagine that tank on the Autobahn. Gott in himmel!@Pat: And made of plastic.@Ruth: Floaty things? In beer made in Germany? Too many wiseguy responses to count. So, I'll let that softball slide across the plate.
@Al - Oktoberfest - YUM!
Pretzels and beer steins bigger than my head!
I agree; a manly post. zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Wasn't expecting the tank. The car is way nice. Thanks for sharing.
@Eva: I hope they leave the seat down in the tank.@Jessica: Neither were the French.
I drive a German vehicle. I feel perfect when I am in it.
You vil drive it. Und you vil like it. Or, I szhall szhoot zis puppyhundt.
Best car I ever drove was a Volkswagon. Hey I tagged you to answer some questions, but only if you like.
I do like! I printed them and will get to them this weekend. Thanks!
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That is one nice car. But I can see it skidding off the mountain passes here in winter.
And THAT'S exactly why I don't own one. It has nothing to do with the price. I don't own a tank, either. It's a bitch to park at the grocery store. And it makes that nice Russian family next door nervous.
Interesting juxtaposition, Al. I'd advise against wearing your tightey-whiteys in either. (Go commando.)xoRobyn
But, my tuckus will stick to the rich Corinthian leathe...ohhhhhhhh, you mean I should wear pants?
You have to way up the pro's and consoption 1Pro - Looks great and goes fastCon - spend all your time sitting in trafficoption 2Pro - Boom - what traffic?Con - I'm guessing the girls it attracts wear jackboots and have more muscles than me, hygiene problems and wear big pants....
But, they'd be great gymnasts.
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I still prefer the car, can sell that and not get thrown in jail for doing so..haha
Yeah, but with a tank you can park anywhere you want. Like Poland.
I have that car! Whoop Whoop! I will never own another car not made in Germany.
If not, they have ways of making you buy.