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We'll keep the key of E traditional horn blare that all
drivers are accustomed to hearing during rush hour traffic
and "I'm parked in front of your house and waiting for you"
rages. But what about those frustrating instances when one
cruising down the bustling strip and spots
pedestrian (or fellow motorist)? Merely shouting out of the
window is just plain barbaric and tactless, HOWEVER the
additional "Horny", within easy reach of the standard
of traffic-racket, will alert your prospective date in more of
friendly fashion. This soon-to-be built in feature would emit
'honk' an octave higher than the regular car horn does. This
way the target of any driver's interest would be more
to inquire with curious interest rather than with a stiff
and birdie attached. No longer would there be any
between "move it a**hole" and "hey baby". Instead of
fisticuffs at 8th and Main, small talk can be initiated with
simple tap of the "Horny". Great for the beaches,
convenient for the red light districts. If you don't think this
a reasonable idea, then just ask yourself: when have you
been positively stimulated by the sound of a car's horn?
And you wouldn't have to worry about motorists abusing this
new feature, believe me. If they want you to move it, you'll
hear the old horn. However, if you're a teen cruising the
mall, or even a mid-lifer burning rubber in the crowded
night parking lot, your potential date is only a beep away.
Ideal for the youthful, but highly necessary for the
lazy bachelor or bachelorette. Most of all though, it is a
useful device for the open-minded driver. Maybe best of all
this device, unlike your automobile's regular horn, need not
be tested during your car's inspection, for it is a stock
much like your CD player or automatic sunroof.
||Just like the Dukes of hazzard's General Lee, on viagra.
||The AAAAOOOOGAAA horn on my dads old Jaguar was perfect for that... It always turned a (sometimes pretty) head.
||That's why I drive a <myth>big black one.</myth>
Damn, that car's fast - I drove 120 mph last night without any strain whatsoever - while clocking only 3200 RPM.
||There are enough horn-blowers on the road. If I were king, I would tax horn-blowing by the second.
||That Sexy Saxaphone Sound.....Wa Waa Wa Waa Waaaaaa would be just perfect