Funny Conveyances

Funny Conveyances

11. Trabis

Old, cheap East German cars left over from the Cold War/German Occupation. Short for "Trabant". See also German, History.

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12. Cars with Eyes

Often employed in car and gas station commercials to make cars and fossil fuels seem friendlier. See also Cars.

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13. Vunicycles

A bicycle with five wheels. See also Made Up.

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14. Hoarder Cars

You know what I'm talking about. See also Cars.

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15. Bad Latitude

File under punny boat names.

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16. "Party" Wagon

When viewed on basic cable, the name of the bright yellow truck in the beginning of Kill Bill Vol. 1 with big pink lettering on the tailgate. Known in movie theaters as the P**** Wagon.

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17. Funiculars

A tram for climbing steep slopes; good idea, funny name.

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18. Winnebagos

Yet another thing named after Native Americans they'd never approve of. Fun to say, though. See also Middle Age.

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19. Two-Goat Cart

The name says it all. This is usually used to describe a ride that is very stiff and uncomfortable, as in "This car rides rougher than a two-goat cart". See also Old-Timey.

Added by Opossum on February 14, 2011| Comment | You Like This |

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20. Jabba's Pleasure Skiff

Thank you, 30 Rock. See also 80's.

Added by Anthony on December 12, 2010| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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