UnPoetia:When You Drive a Toyota

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When you drive
a Toyota, you can
feel the air
as
it flies past your screaming
face. You can feel the
crunching of
the bones as you run over
that one kid.
The brakes are so smooth,
it is like they are not there.
Oh.
They aren't there?
You know you
should have bought a
Ford, and just lived with all the maintenance.
But you got a Toyota.
The gas pedal
tells you when it
wants to accelerate,
not the
other way around.
How does it feel to have a car this special?
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