It's...a....commercial. What's the big deal?
It's kinda nice knowing I'm not the only one to get that vibe about Will Ferrell.You have to choose to be offended by something.
That said, I'm not a huge fan of this lowbrow humor, and especially not from Will Ferrell. Something about that dude just puts me off in a try-too-hard-to-be-funny sorta way. The only problem I see with it is that simply put: They're trying to cater to a market that can't afford the cars new. lol
Canned??? YUCK! No, you must get them hot of the boiler into a brown paper bag and eat them right then. So only buy from a road side stand selling them...and yes they are still salty...but some sellers have flavors.P.S. Today...I tried eating some Canned Boiled Peanuts for the very first time.
Stupid me...I didn't even realize the peanuts would still be in the shells!
I also quickly discovered how incredibly salty they were from the brine they were cooked in. Even rinsing the peanuts out in plain water didn't help much.
Am I missing something here? Do Southerners actually like and enjoy Boiled Peanuts?
Thanks for bringing me up to speed. Now I feel a little bit less the clueless Yankee.Canned??? YUCK! No, you must get them hot of the boiler into a brown paper bag and eat them right then. So only buy from a road side stand selling them...and yes they are still salty...but some sellers have flavors.
Still...personally, I'm not a fan.
Somehow, I managed to miss 'Talladega Nights'...and everything else Will Ferrel has ever starred in.I thought it was great.
Will Farrel was the Durango spokesman as Ron Burgundy.
So now will farrel is portrayed by his character in Talladega Nights.
Hmmm...you sure better not watch the movie then.
The point of it was dodge won another award....and the Durango is now the fastest SUV.
You know...if you ain't first your last.
Man. You can not find the humor dodge sent...using a NASCAR movie to showcase that the fastest cars are not there...
And the humor about the disclaimer...you know someone thought kids were doing this.
but Toyotas are not offensive...maybe take a harder look at them.
Offensiveness is two sided. I am offended that this offended someone...ugh
That’s it. I just don’t see how this appeals to the crowd who are shelling out that kind of money for a vehicle. Maybe there’s a niche for the nouveau-riche who want to express their inner redneck? Seems like fairly restrictive product positioning to me, but I guess that’s Dodge now.I think I would have liked it better if it HAD been Scotty Kilmer
Well...So much for Dodge trying to broaden it's appeal to more than just the boy-racer crowd
My MOPAR friend, IMHO, Audi is NOTHING like Dodge. They are in the category of "refined" cars. Secondly, they're GERMAN cars. I have absolutely ZERO interest in owning any German car, now or ever. The only way to own a German car is to keep it only so long as it retains a factory warranty, or better yet, only lease it. Personally, I'd go Honda or Toyota or Hyundai or KIa before I'd ever consider a German car. And, this from someone who has family of German descent.There are tons of companies just like dodge that do it better tbh. Audi is one that comes to mind, especially over in Europe. But the gist of it for the us is rs3, rs5 (two different versions), rs6, rs7, ttrs, r8, q rs8, there's also s models that are a slightly different engine (single turbo vs 2 and a different bore) but still can make pretty decent power. For the rs models they range from a turbo inline 5, twin turbo v6, and a twin turbo v8, the r8 has a v10. In short, audi does what dodge wants to do but better since they cater to more people
I was just proving a point that any company can throw big engines in multiple sized cars. You don't have to want or need a german car but they are doing just as well if not better than dodge at their own game. You never once said it had to be American, just really high-performance carsMy MOPAR friend, IMHO, Audi is NOTHING like Dodge. They are in the category of "refined" cars. Secondly, they're GERMAN cars. I have absolutely ZERO interest in owning any German car, now or ever. The only way to own a German car is to keep it only so long as it retains a factory warranty, or better yet, only lease it.
NO...It isn't 'some folks'...It's ME.Also, on this very site I've seen where some folks look at the Daimler Chrysler era as "the German occupation of Chrysler." But that was likely intended as humor.
Talk about moments of embarrassment.I was genuinely saddened to learn of the passing of Dieter Zetsche....a man for whom I have always had the greatest respect.