It's weird that everybody hates the inversion, but loves their huge diesel
truck and their ginormous suburban.
I'm a practical guy. When I was a teenager I was really worried about what
people thought of me and was convinced a sports car was the only choice. I grew
up. All this stuff about "hand over your man card" is silly. I have
news for you--an SUV is no different than a minivan most of the time, except
that it takes more gas. I'm amazed at how insecure people get about
this--it feels like High School all over again. You won't see
me shopping at the mall, buying expensive clothes when I can get the same
functionality at the thrift shop. I don't spend $50 for a haircut. I
don't eat fancy French food. I don't break my bank for a car that
looks "cool." I want something that gets me and my family from here to
there. I would rather keep money in my pocket rather than down the gas tank.
If anyone comes up with a car with better functionality and efficiency,
I'll gladly trade in what I'm driving. I really couldn't care
less what the guy next to me thinks about my ride.
I am glad my wife loves her 5.4 liter, 8 cylinder, 4x4 SUV!
"In reality, Dad likes a good minivan or hybrid just as much as Mom"If you believe this, I have a bridge in Brooklyn I'll sell you at
The title of this article does not seem to match the majority of the research
quoted in the article itself.The evidence seems to indicate men
prefer higher performance/flashy vehicles vs females. I'm sure they just
twisted the title to invent a controversy to get people to read and comment.I wouldn't be caught dead in an ugly prius. That being said I
would certainly drive a Tesla if the price wasn't so ridiculous
expensive.I'll keep my man card thank you very much.
OK, we're all thinking it, I'm just saying it: Any dad who prefers a
minivan over an SUV needs to hand over his man card right now.
Not this dad!Wouldn't be caught in a mini-van if I had any
say.Give me an SUV, truck or even a small sedan over a mini-van.