Porsche Magnet

A humerous look at the real reason men buy the infamous German sports car. The answer may surprise you.

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-6 1. Woll commented 12 years ago

There's also the real reason that 'it's 'cos he has a tiny penis', but I'm guessing that that got binned by Porche marketing people quite early on.
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+8 2. DrPing commented 12 years ago

worst spec-spot ever. concept, execution, music... meh.
The car is pretty dope though.
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+3 3. Mooz commented 12 years ago

"humerous" indeed.
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+16 4. zeph commented 12 years ago

i bet thats why henry919 has one
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-10 5. pengu1nkenny commented 12 years ago


but yeh this vid sucks. Most Porche ads do
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+2 6. rufinus commented 12 years ago

folks, there is a concept behind european sport cars, most americans never get, with a european sports cars the chicks are included, in an US "sports" car (is there any which goes around corners ?) the filling station attendant is included. >:)
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+6 7. alexnader commented 12 years ago

#6 i think i get what you were trying to say, but the english killed the punchline.
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+3 8. Oddi commented 12 years ago

#(removed comment) americans dont kno shit about cars and thats confirmed..see F1 for instance and then c.a.r.t or nascar ..roflmao... only thingy they r good at is stackin a lot of horses in them and then fire them on other cars hehe...but nvm gas is cheap up there right?
to be be real they started to do some steps last years..but the road's long
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-2 9. rufinus commented 12 years ago

#7 :-( sorry for my bad english *snief* *cry*

#(removed comment) yeah of course, such a beauty as the ZR1 is... if i like my cars 80' style, with a lot of noisy plastic in the inside, and an engine which is far away from its true potential.
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0 10. ezeliel commented 12 years ago

In my opinion, Porches are overrated. My favorites are muscle cars. Long live American muscle cars!!! >:)
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0 11. zeph commented 12 years ago

Nascar says it all about american cars. Cr*p and dead boring. >:)
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-2 12. rufinus commented 12 years ago

#(removed comment) read what i wrote, i talked about the plastic on the inside.
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+1 13. noogin commented 12 years ago

you two both have a point. american muscle cars have had a longstanding reputation for cars with heavy engines and poor suspension. but the ZR1 and the tuned viper are surely an exception if nurburgring lap times are evidence enough. but this hardly changes the fact that most muscle out on the road today are still in their baby steps to match up to their european counterparts.. whatever these cars may be. we've made progress yes, but got some serious work left.

and this is a porsche ad after all. we've ALL gone off topic. let's just all be nice to each other :)
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-2 14. blacklama commented 12 years ago

there is a huge number of porsches still driving the roads, around 60% of all that have been built. Imho thats speaks for good engineering.

Well, I think F1 and NASCAR are both boring, if anything, WRC has my vote.

@ #11

Juan Pablo Montoya failed to become the real title contender. When he was about to be replaced by another driver (due to contract issues) he switched to NASCAR.
And Jeff Gordon said himself that he loved the test drive but admitted that there was a huge difference in both series. Another reason was probably the nessacity to learn from the ground up. And lets face it, his best times are long gone. 38-something years is too old for F1.