Friday, April 21, 2017
Nissan presents: How to pass the asshattery on to the next generation
I guess the "joke" here is that the little girl riding the Big Wheel is a "black sheep" because that Big Wheel is black and not pink like it's supposed to be because she's a little girl.
Meanwhile she doesn't need to share the sidewalk- others get out of her way to let her pass because hey, that black Big Wheel is so totally cool and awesome. Just like her mom doesn't need to be at all concerned about anyone else on the road, because she's driving this hot car after all. So she can cruise through the suburbs with her eye on her daughter instead of what is in front of those several tons of steel and glass she's driving. Way too cool to care. Hey, she'll know right away if HER kid is in danger, so it's all good, right?
It's also totally fine that the little girl bangs that Big Wheel into one of a dozen or so cans of black paint inexplicably left out in the middle of her driveway (seriously, what the hell?) Because she's a black sheep and a rebel and oh man forget it this just isn't worth the effort.