Funny Conveyances

Funny Conveyances

1. Tricycles for Adults

I own one. See also Bikes.

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2. Cars with Eyelashes

Lets not assume genders yet... See also Cars.

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3. Lime-Colored Punch Buggies

There's one in every state. See also Cars.

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4. Fuxing

A type of Chinese high-speed train with a very dirty-sounding name. See also Chinese, Profanity.

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5. Partial Zero Emission Vehicles

You know, they kind of don't emit green house gases. Sort of. See also California, Cars.

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6. Yugo

Yugoslavia's version of the Ford Pinto. Every bit as clunky and dangerous, but killed by comedians rather than Ralph Nader. See also Communism.

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7. Tuk Tuk

The offspring of a rickshaw and a moped. Often driven in Thailand. See also Thai.

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8. Ford Pinto

Unsafe at any speed, according to Ralph Nader. See also 70's, Cars.

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9. 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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10. 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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