The language is not safe for work, but it's worth watching in your own time. They say club motorsport is very friendly, and these two only help to make the point, just enjoying the ride and laughing at each other...
Forget the big wheel and spinning tops, as the '2012 Grosjean Racer' fairground ride has finally been unveiled for public use. The artist's rendition of him isn't so great though.
I can't decide what makes this poster quite so funny. Is it:
a) The casual sexism implying that the woman stays at home and cooks dinner for the man?
b) The hilariously dated appareance and design for a poster that was snapped just weeks ago?
or c) The concept that - Krispy Kreme donuts excepted - you can find anything that resembles a half-decent anniversary gift in a service station. Not that I've ever tried.
Ah, the Vauxhall Adam. I know what you're thinking, that I'm going to laugh at it.
I'm not actually. To be, um, Frank, I think it looks great, and the vast majority of buyers care more about this and its many features than the kind of sensory reactions that tickle my fancy.
I don't even mind the name, it gives me a warm fuzzy feeling inside that after years of trying, Sharan and Cedric finally managed to conceive and couldn't help but to shower their offspring with toys.
No, its the options and accessories which sit somewhere between David Brent's motivational speech and Joss Stone's made-in-a-month American accent on the cringe scale. I've even wondered if it was deliberate so that people me like end up suckered in and writing things just like this...
First there's the proof that Christmas cracker puns do actually influence beyond the dinner table:
Customers have the choice of 12 uniquely named body colours, such as ‘I’ll be Black’, ‘Papa don’t Peach’, ‘Purple Fiction’, ‘James Blonde’, ‘Saturday White Fever’ and ‘Buzz Lightgreen’.
Then of course there's this, an option that very nearly cost me my laptop in a tea-meets-keyboard interface.
Match the body to the ‘floating’ roof, or contrast it with dark, rich ‘Men in Brown’.
The following though is my favourite. I award ten points for the use of the word 'swagger' twice, but minus 20 points for not managing to include a word that ends in (or rhymes with) '...izzle,' as that's the way kids today speak. Innit.
Get your motor running and hit the road, because ADAM SLAM was born to be wild. From the vivid colours to the racy-looking steering wheel, ADAM SLAM expresses attitude and pure energy. This car doesn’t just talk the talk – it swaggers the swagger.
If such an attempt ever needed to be surmised by a short speech, ideally from an OCD comedian on a TV panel show, this would be the clip I'd choose. I find it sums up the situation rather well.