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Money Car

Money Car

by jturkin on April 4, 2011

There’s a car by my house with a giant “$” written in soap on the windshield. I’m assuming the car is either a) for sale, b) recently purchased, or c) the owner just wants everyone to know, this car is money.

Here’s my favorite part: the “$” is on the right hand side of the windshield (when facing the windshield). This makes the car a hazard on the road, and not just because it’s a distraction to other drivers (for being so money)… It’s a distraction to the Money Car driver. His windshield is completely blocked out by the dollar sign, and unless he wants to drive with his head out the window, a la Ace Ventura, the car is probably a dangerous drive.

But I’m pretty sure the car has been driven recently, because in the past few days, it has been in two different parking spots.

Here is my theory on why the Money Car only has a dollar sign, and no monetary quality attached to it. The soap Artist, aka the gentleman or gentlewoman who turned the windshield into the canvas for their mobile Mona Lisa, got as far as drawing the “$” before he/she realized, “aw, F-word! It’s on the wrong side.”

But what if I am mistaken? Is like the upside down question mark, where you put the dollar sign at the end of a price tag?

What if this was intentional? Here are 2 justifications.

The guy is a marketing genius and designed an ad that can only be seen in rearview mirrors (like an ambulance). Or this car is so money, he who drives it will be guided by a force much greater than sight.

But he probably just mucked it up.

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