I realized that it’s been forever since we’ve done an automotive Would You Rather, so let’s take care of that, right now. Remember, this is the sort of thing your brain needs, right there along with frequent cerebellum massages. So let’s get to it!
Holy crap, the first month of 2017 is almost over and I haven’t even provided you with a new Would You Rather! You must be desperate for one at this point. I’m so sorry. You deserve relief, right this instant, so let’s get right to it.
You know what we need right now? A good game of automotive Would You Rather! You know I’m right, so stop fighting it, dammit. Just lay the knife on the ground and get ready to get your difficult decision glands all juiced up! Off we go!
According to all the computations I’ve been running on this Kaypro I found in the wreckage of a 1983 business jet, it seems that it’s been a while since the last automotive Would You Rather. Let’s take care of that, pronto. And pronto is now.
It’s been a little while since the last Would You Rather, hasn’t it? You’ve missed this, haven’t you? Of course you have. Your brain needs this sort of hypothetical exercise, just like your car needs its pedals Armor-All’d into glossy, black slippery, grip-less slabs. So let’s get to it.
It’s been forever since we’ve had a good round of automotive Would You Rather, right? That’s terrible. You deserve better than that. Let’s get back into this with a brain-molesting question about cars, urine, and mind control. Sound good? Of course it does. You love this crap.
It’s been a while since we had a Would You Rather, and I’m pretty sure your ichthyologist told me you needed about one of these a month, so let’s do this. This week, we play with the very fabric of spacetime!
That funny tingling in your perineum can only mean one thing — it’s Would You Rather time again. Your brain needs these to keep your cerebellum moist and limber, you know, so let’s get to it.
What time is it? You know what time it is: It’s time to exercise the part of your brain that does all the important stuff, like evaluating absurd options and regulating adrenaline. I think it’s the pineal gland. In other words, it’s Would You Rather Time!
It’s been a while, right? You’ve missed this. I know you have. You, like me, need these mental hot-oil-wrestling sessions to keep yourself sane. And I think I have a good one today — it involves the very idea of existence. And cars, of course. Sweet, sweet cars.
You know what time it is, don’t you? That’s right! Even though I’m traveling and recovering from debilitating racetrack shame, I figured I should take some time to do another automotive Would You Rather. Because, dammit, it’s important. So let’s do it.
I’m out here in LA this week getting ready for the life-changing Jalopnik Film Festival, but I wanted to take a moment to be sure everyone had an opportunity to do some intense, important car-related thinking, via another Would You Rather. So let’s get to it.
Time for another automotive Would You Rather! You must be very excited. And, you should be, because this week’s edition involves both Sasquatches and very low-output engines.
What’s your secret? How do all of you manage to have it so together, to be so consistently awesome? Don’t think I haven’t noticed. But I do think we need to shake you out of your perfect little comfort zone a bit, which is why it’s time for another episode of automotive Would you rather. Here we go!
Everyone knows how to play Would You Rather, right? You present two different situations, with differing benefits and consequences, and then pick which option you’d take. Simple! Ideally, these prove to be tricky decisions, which is where the fun comes in. Let’s give it a go.