Interesting characteristics of the most redneck vehicle ever created:
- Homemade spray-painted camouflage big truck. Not just any homemade camo either, it had a reverse stencil of a maple leaf strategically placed here and there. (Reverse stencil: hold leaf to car, spray paint around it. Tada)
- Really big tires.
- Lots of mud to prove those really big tires were necessary
Anyway, what made this truck special was the hood ornament. A deer skull with a massive antler rack sat front and center, likely obstructing the view of the driver at least a little bit. The skull actually may have started out a taxidermied head, what I saw seemed a bit fuzzier than bone would look and I imagine that wind buffeting the hood of a traveling car is enough to blast the fur off. I've never tested this theory, but I speculate.
Rest assured, next time I will have the mental capacity to take a picture. I'm not leaving the house without my camera until I get a shot!
Some things simply require documentation.
How could you not take a pic :bwaahh:ReplyDelete
Well, I didn't have my camera with me. And then there was that whole half a minute where I actually stopped thinking and just stared at the four-wheeled monstrosity!Delete
HAHAHA, this is amazing! A "friend" of the family has a car like that, and I always want to ask him how useful the camouflage is in keeping him well-hidden on the streets of his suburban neighborhood. It's just so bizarre.ReplyDelete
Next time get a picture! ;)
I totally have to get a picture next time.Delete
Though I may be sad to find... that it just looks like a runaway forest zooming down the road *sagenod*
Haha this totally cracked me up. I probably would have driven right off the road.ReplyDelete
Almost did! Thankfully I stopped first though. Now every time I see a camouflage vehicle I am craning my neck and zooming around to try and see the hood ornament . . .Delete
"I've never seen a forest driving down the road before."ReplyDelete
You crack me up! :-)