BMW drivers are sometimes accused of using their cars to compensate for other, very small, things. Despite being covered with BMW-ness, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe very large Thing doesn't seem to be compensating for anything. However, will you find its price too much compensation for such a thing?
Putting on airs, that's what they call it when one tries to act above one's station. Yesterday, we had a Ford Country Squire that had delusions of pomposity sporting both a lot of Rolls Royce and - unfortunate for the seller - a 91% Crack Pipe loss for its hair-under thirty-three grand price tag.