One car I'm particularly fond of is the Nissan 370z. I don't care that Nissan doesn't have a Formula 1 team, or that its cars aren't hand made by someone's Lederhosen-wearing grandfather. The 370z is very snazzy. And hey, the boys at Top Gear even called it a "performance car bargain."
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We saw a 370z on the road the other day.
My Dad: Yeah, it's a cute little car. And the good thing is, they lose their value really quickly, so you could probably afford a second-hand one in a few years.
Me: How do you figure that? I can't even finance a gumball.
MD: Well, everything's possible in Happy Candy Cane Rainbowland.
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Me: Wait a minute . . . assuming I'll be living in Happy Candy Cane Rainbowland, why couldn't I afford a new 370z?
MD: You don't make enough. But maybe you can ride around with your unicorn friends. They can afford new cars.
Me: Why do my unicorn friends have money? Where do they work? They don't even have thumbs!
MD: They inherited their money.
And there you have it. No new Nissan for me. Unless I marry into a wealthy unicorn family.