Sacred cows make the best burgers, which made last night's South Park episode that much more tasty. The grilling includes Matthew McConaughey shilling for Lincoln, Elon Musk and his D, and ride-sharing as the future of personal transportation. With that much material, it's hard to understand how it all fell flat.
High on the remote Colorado plains known as South Park sits a few hundred acres of ranchland and a car collection of one man that numbered 1,000 vehicles. After years of frustrated selling, his widow has called in the crushers. Your move, hippies.
"Don't worry, Butters, I've learned everything I can about being poor and stupid. I'm ready for NASCAR," South Park's Eric Cartman assures Butters before launching his stock car down the track and turning right. Right!
Liba-low, liba-low, TIMMAY! Yes, this may be old by internet standards, but we still think its funny. Our hats are off to you, sir or madam, as you have struck comedic gold with your handicapped vanity plate. This could only be topped if the vehicle crashed into a similarly equipped "JIMMY"-plated car. [DirtGetsWet]