How I Look Driving or Not

February 7, 2015 by No Comments

How I Look Driving

How many people think, this is how I look driving, vs how they really look. Thinking they’re looking all cool when it fact they are poster children foe dweebs everywhere.

And why, I may ask? Does it really make a difference? A hundred years from now will people still talk about how cool you tried to looked driving, God rest your soul? Me, hell, I don’t try to look cool doing anything, because at the end of it all none of it matters. And, of course, it comes automatic, so there’s that.

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The Great Driving Illusion: From Cool Rider to Comic Driver

In the mind’s eye of every car owner lies the “Driving Dream vs. Reality” conundrum. It’s a universal tale of vehicular vanity, where the asphalt aspirations of looking like a suave, leather-clad wheelman meet the comedic truth of resembling a slapstick sitcom character. This juxtaposition is perfectly captured in a meme that has been cruising down the highways of social media, causing chuckles and knowing nods along the way.

The Drive of Our Lives

At the top, we have the “How I think I look while driving” image: a sleek, silver-screen-worthy heartthrob, gripping the wheel with the steely-eyed determination of a man on a mission, possibly to save the world or at least make it to the grocery store before it closes.

  • The Fantastical Driver: With every turn of the wheel, the fantastical driver imagines a movie score playing in the background, his every move choreographed like a high-speed chase scene. The wind rushes through his hair (assuming it’s not a convertible), and the world looks on in awe.

And then, the bubble bursts with the “How I actually look” revelation—a reality check featuring a man with the wild-eyed enthusiasm of a dad on a road trip, about to ask “Are we there yet?” for the umpteenth time.

  • The Comedic Cruiser: Here is the everyday driver, complete with a manic grin and an intensity usually reserved for trying to parallel park on a busy street while onlookers silently judge.

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The Comedy of the Commute

The journey from how we perceive ourselves to how we truly are is often fraught with more bumps and potholes than a neglected backroad.

  • The Rearview Reflection: There’s the moment of truth when we glance in the rearview mirror, expecting to lock eyes with the brooding protagonist of our driving daydream, only to be greeted by a slightly disheveled reality—a person whose vibe says less “cool spy on a mission” and more “person who sings loudly to the radio.”
  • The Traffic Light Epiphany: As you roll to a stop at a traffic light and catch the eye of the driver next to you, there’s that split second where you can almost hear their thoughts: “Did they escape from a circus or a car commercial?”

Embracing Our Inner Sitcom Star

Ultimately, the meme’s message is clear: embrace the sitcom star behind the wheel. Let’s face it; life is more “Mr. Bean” than “James Bond,” and that’s okay.

  • The Joyful Jaunt: So, next time you fire up the engine, remember that joy is found not in the imagined coolness of our commute, but in the authentic hilarity of real life.
  • The Wacky Road Warrior: The wacky road warrior is all of us, trying to navigate the grand journey of life with a little grace and a lot of accidental comedy.

In the grand narrative of life, we are all the stars of our sitcom-on-wheels. So let’s hit the road with a smile, a sense of humor, and maybe keep the racing gloves at home—because honestly, the steering wheel doesn’t know the difference.



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