It is absolutely astounding how stupid some people can be when they modify their cars. Like, really, really stupid.
We found some of the most insanely dumb things people have done and spent a lot of time wondering if these people have lived long enough to fix their moronic mods.
Not one, but TWO knives strategically placed to kill and maim. This car has all the markings of a serial killer that thinks he is living in a Mad Max movie.
Ok, this might not be dangerous on the surface, but when you are getting pulled over every ten minutes for putting this stupid decal on your truck, it's only a matter of time before someone gets an itchy trigger finger. Another serial killer in the making. This one with a terrible sense of humor.
Is is it really that important to have big rims and fat tires? Maybe you just, you know, decide on a different car.
Seriously, who needs an airbag? You want your car to look pretty, right? Plus, those crystals will even out your chakras as they go through your chakras and your face and your head.
There so much going on here, we're not sure what to make of it. Does this car drive? It looks like James Bond's submarine car caught halfway between car and sub. It certainly doesn't look safe for anyone, including 007.
Is this, like, a plastic street cleaner? Plastic bristles on a huge comb? We're speechless.
We understand the appeal of low riders, but get real. This is just stupid. Even with the front wheels down, you're going to drive under a family in a minivan.
So, your foot is mashed down on the accelerator all the time as you try to hold yourself up? Think man, think!
We get it. You want to look all bad with your murdered-out Malibu. But seriously, your taillights? Those are freaking important, tough guy, unless you like getting your rear end uncrumpled all the time.
Ok, it's a minor mod. Really not a mod at all. But it's stupid! We gave them credit though, they know how silly and stupid it is, and for that we thank them.
The lesson learned here is that if you are going to Mod your car, spend a few minutes, as many as, say, five, thinking about the long-term ramifications of your idea. You'll be happy for it, we promise.