When it’s done, it’s done. And when it ain’t done, it definitely ain’t done. That goes not only for cars, but other things as well. Lots. Of. Other. Things.

Sometimes those other things can be drawings of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But sometimes, it’s through those drawings of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, that we learn how automotive engineers feel before their cars are officially unveiled, as Gary Yogurt Circa 1990 explains:

Why camo? Same reason I cover up my Ninja Turtle drawings when someone walks by in Mrs. Schuster’s class. IT’S NOT DONE YET, RACHEL.

NO, YOU CAN’T SEE IT.

Congratulations, Mr. Yogurt, on your COTD win. You’re a hero in a half shell.

Maybe.

In the meantime, enjoy an old classic. This one was finished in all of its glory a long time ago, so we can all listen:


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