Typically, video games have a "1-up" feature allowing players to improve their health within the game. Even as games try to reach for more realism, adjusting the ability of a player to move around based on the damage, some form of "health pack" is still available to keep players from giving up or dying. Seriously, we could have never made it through Resident Evil 4 without those little herbs. Though the many varieties of health-giving objects have expanded since the birth of video games, we can't help but love the classic mushroom from Super Mario Bros. and its sequels. What it lacks in similarity to reality, it more than makes up for in its parallels to surreality. Today we posted the second part of our 2009 Acura TSX review, full of wit and insight, only to maybe get one-upped by this witty insight from Mad_Science.

If you're reading this site, you won't like this car.

But let's look at it another way:
$32k for a very nice, comfortable car with a lot of toys is a pretty sweet recipe these days.

Sort of the Applebee's Asian chicken salad of the automotive world.

We still prefer the Taco Town Pizza Crepe Taco Pancake Chili Bag.