Funny Conveyances

Funny Conveyances

31. Sneakers With Wheels

As if Americans aren't fat enough, we now have kids' sneakers with wheels in the heel. Great. See also Children, Clothes, Shoes.

Added by Tim on February 6, 2008| 8 Comments | You Like This |

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32. Railroad Handcars

Per Wikipedia, " a recurring plot device of twentieth century filmic comedy." See also Old-Timey.

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33. Rickshaw

Japanese in origin, a rickshaw is a small, two-wheeled cart pulled by a single person.

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34. Volkswagen Camper

Vehicle beloved by hippies of every age. See also 60's.

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35. The Smart Car

I have yet to see a smart-looking person driving one of these things. See also European.

Added by Robyn on June 7, 2007| 5 Comments | You Like This |

Dude. Do us a solid. Add your own funny conveyance.

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36. Monster Trucks

So loud, so high, so pointless.

Added by Robyn on June 6, 2007| 5 Comments | You Like This |

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37. Conga Line

It might get you from point A to point B, but you'll sure look like a goof getting there. See also Dances.

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38. Donkey Rides

See also Animals.

Added by Brian on April 4, 2007| Comment | You Like This |

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39. Rascal

Because nothing says mischievous like a scooter for the elderly.

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40. Pontiac Fiero

A sweet ride known for speakers embedded in the front-seat headrests and engines prone to catching on fire. See also 80's.

Added by Brian on March 6, 2007| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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