The other day we came across a company selling clothing “inspired by” 2010s style. That seems absolutely insane to us, as most of us probably have actual clothing hailing from before that era in our closets. Cars from the 80s and 90s are on the rise right now, just like cars of the 60s and 70s before them. But does that mean that one day mint condition Toyota Venzas and Mitsubishi Eclipse Crosses will command top dollar on Bring a Tractor Beam?
Will cars of the 2010s be collectible, and if so, which ones?
The best comment by next Monday will receive a prize. Scroll down to see the winner of last week’s QotW, “What do you do with dumb car toys?“.
So of course the correct answer of what to do with dumb car toys is the one offered by CycoPablo, and that is to donate them to charity. However, in the event that a kid or spouse is preventing you from doing that, Michael K. had a pretty good solution, which is to let the kids bring the dumb ones to school so it’s no big deal if they lose them. Or, if the kids are quite a bit older, Nigel‘s cherry bombs will do (actually, our lawyers are saying that we do not recommend kids of any age set off cherry bombs).
In the end, on pure effort alone (and to get into the holiday spirit) Broetto Navarro takes the Christmas cake this week with his self-composed holiday song:
X-mas time is upon us.
Let the x-mas vibes touch your heart and soul.
Stockpilling on those absurd toy cars will make you a ghoul.
Those silly toy cars, to a new house must go!
One’s trash is another one’s gold.
They may even create a new lover of steel from nippon!
(This should be read like a cheesy christmas song, yes)
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