New Man Shopping

I’ve been doing a bit of new car shopping the past few weeks, and I suddenly had a revelation.

What if finding a guy to date was like buying a new car? How cool would that be?

Start with price. Always choose something in your budget. Sure a Mazeratti or a new 7-series would be awesome! But completely unaffordable in the long run and a bad idea.

And talk about High maintenance!

But don’t cheap out either. That beat up 1976 Charger might look hot, but it probably has a carfax history as long as your arm. And the reliability will always be questionable.

I’d choose something sporty and mid-level I think. Something with eye catching lines.

Also I’d opt for a model that was practical and extremely versatile. Gotta love flexibility of the internal configurations!

And if it has a large cargo area, even better!!

Next? Color. Yeah I know everyone says that color shouldn’t be important, but we all know it is.

Now for the trim level. I don’t know if I need a fully loaded model, but I sure wouldn’t turn it down if the price was right. At the very least I want it nicely equipped.

A good sound system is a must for keeping me entertained. Especially one that will accept my iPod.

How about leather? Well, leather can be very nice, but it tends to be hot in the summer and cold in the winter. A practical cloth interior will do me fine.

Seat heaters to get my bum all toasty would be nice, though.

All-wheel drive would be great too. It really helps keep things on the right track when the going gets rough.

Last but not least, I’d do my best to avoid a guzzler. I prefer cars that don’t need juice before going out and having a good time.

What about you? Any options or models that you would choose?

About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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6 Responses to New Man Shopping

  1. truthspew says:

    My prime parameter is mileage per gallon. 40MPG and up is my standard.

    Otherwise four wheels an a seat. Seriously.

  2. Joe says:

    It doesn’t matter what it is and/or what it has when you drive it off the lot; what matters is how you treat it later on.

    Like the great Dr. Leonard McCoy once said about transportation, “…you treat her like a lady, she’ll always bring you home.”

    But remember, sometimes even a lady likes some slap and tickle!

  3. I’m a ’69 classic. Well upholstered in a light cream colour with a built-in entertainment system that pleases all tastes. My engine hums along nicely, running on a mix of diesel, gin and tonic.

    The trunk space is only used on special occasions, but hey, it’s all about what’s up front with this model. Which is possibly why the boys only ever want to hook themselves up to my impressive towbar.

    Oh, and if you open my door, the light comes on 😉

    You want to take a look under my hood?

  4. Poser says:

    Oh dear. I know fuck all about cars.

    Okay, if it’s a good looking model, goes fast, has a long performance and has my mates jealous, it would suit me fine. ;D

    But seriously, I want a blue BMW convertible.

  5. Mark in DE says:

    Wait – are we talking about CARS or MEN???

    I’m a vehicular oxymoron. In my perfect world I’d have a 1959 Cadillac and an all-electric car whose battery I’d charge overnight using the electricity from my solar panels and/or windmill. That’s how I roll.

  6. piexsheashy says:

    Terrific page. i will definitely visit soon=)

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