Pithy jokes often arise from unexpected places. Sometimes, it's the unlikely convergence of an errant tomato-soup can, the wheels of a delivery truck on a busy city street, and a man on a corner in a white suit. Other times, a typo will do fine.

Commenting on today's post on what's in store for the Camaro ZL1, Party-vi slammed the wrong key with his "fat fingers," resulting in a snarky gem.

Muscle cars died in 1073 (or around then). Besides, if anything this is a pony car.

That left an opening to I love you but I've chosen hooning! to spike the ball.

It was the year 1073, and along with Pope Alexander II the great era of Muscle Cars had also died.

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It's a tie!