It’s one thing to see guys clutching AK 47s in the back of Toyota pickups. But these guys? I hope someone can come up with a good explanation…
Aside from the two folks on the vehicle with a lighter skin color, I’d guess that they are celebrating Songkran somewhere in southeast Asian (maybe in Laos given the vehicle?). It’s a great party!
Upon coming outside for his morning newspaper, Inspector Clouseau immediately realized the price of his culturally insensitive remarks.
“Oh, yes. It is obvious to my trained eye that there is much more going on here than meets the ear.” – Inspector Clouseau – The Pink Panther Strikes Again
Funny you should bring that movie up Dan,
I just bought a previously viewed copy on DVD from a closing out Blockbuster video store near me in bits and drabs this week.
I’d almost forgotten this movie but had seen it years ago.
Poor ol’ Inspector Clouseau.
The wicker chair is a nice custom touch.
I wonder if these are some of the guys who burn cars in the suburbs of Paris.
pre production model of mobile portapotty.
Re- the wicker chairs, anyone who has checked out the original seats on a 2CV would know that these are an upgrade.
When a two-stroke engine just isn’t enough
Ha! That’s truly rebels without a cause! They’re even armed with a water gun! A more family-friendly, Disney-ified version of rebels, I guess.
Is it just me, or does that 2CV look unspeakably cool?
Clearly JUST you. 🙂
Lol! Oh well, I kinda figured there wouldn’t be too many other fans of post-modern minimalist industrial-chic car design…!
The French ‘Technical’ is somewhat less lethal than the Somali version…
“Suddenly, the public transit cuts in Los Angeles were starting to look a little more
Does that poor thing actually run with any alacrity in that state?
Did note the water pistol though.
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