Vroom! Vroom!

I was going to write a lengthy post tonight about what I thought of the new Indiana Jones movie. Instead, I found myself flicking TV channels and stumbling across a documentary about men who have sex with cars.

Normally I wouldn’t watch such rubbish, but this time… I couldn’t turn away. It wasn’t so much ‘car crash television’ as ‘car pash television’.

Men. Who. Have. Sex. With. Cars.

Like, properly.

Now, I love certain cars. The Gran Torino from Starsky & Hutch and the Chevy Impala from Supernatural are pretty much objects of desire for me, too, but actually having sex with them?

Holy tailpipe!

Indy will have to wait. Sorry. I’m scrubbing my eyeballs right now and wishing I could do the same to my brain.

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7 responses to “Vroom! Vroom!

  1. Jenni

    It’s a cross between OMG and Ewwwww! I missed that as I went to see SATC at the cinema (still gotta go see Indy) but had read about the programme in a magazine and just couldn’t believe it!

  2. Blimey. I don’t even want to think about what would happen if a car farted in bed… Sorry. *shuffles off*

  3. Ruud V

    I don’t know about having sex with a car, but sometimes when I watch TopGear, I have the strange feeling that Clarkson sometimes has a quiet snog with some expensive Italian car behind the hangar between takes. Because to be honest, a lot of his enthousiasm in the testdrives comes quite close to orgasms.
    And the Chevy Impala’s and Gran Torino’s are all fine and all that, but am I the only one who really likes the Australian Ford
    Falcon (supercharger optional)? It has the last of the V8-engine’s, you know…..

  4. Lizwc

    So you thought you’d share your discomfort with us did you Jayne? Now I feel uncomfortable and disturbed too. Yeah. thanks for that.

    Personally I have a lasting affection for the Ford Escort, probably due to how close to Fords of Dagenham I was as a kid…

  5. Lerxst

    I can hear Roger Taylor’s voice now..

    “I’m in love with my car
    Got a feel for my automobile…”

    Would have to be a Seven or an Aston for me. Even then, I wouldn’t be shoving anything up the exhaust..

  6. Lerxst

    PS… nevermind Indy, you know it’s going to be Phantom Menace all over again… nice trailor, shame about the spoiled memories.

    And anyway, Chemical Wedding is out. Simon Callow hamming it up in cheese from Renaissance Man par excellance, Bruce ‘Bruce’ Dickinson…

  7. Ruud V

    Indy 4, I enjoyed. Even saw it twice. If you ask me if they shoeld have made it, I say yes. But if you ask me if they should make another, I say no (though I will probable see it anyway)
    I contiously kept my expectations low (phantom menace curse), and maybe that’s why I enjoyed it. I wasn’t afraid that Harrison Ford would be suffering from Roger Moore syndrome, and fortunetly he didn’t. But my greatest joy was Karen Allen. The twinkle, the freckles, the cheeky “I am really enjoying myself” smile…

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