I want to ask the exact same question of all of us, whether a gameshow contestant or just a normal person – why do so many people want a car?

For anyone reading out there, and I’m serious about this, I want to know if you have the same childhood memory. I mean, I can’t be the only one. So please, sound off in the comments if this rings a bell or two.

Remember sick days during middle school? Legit sick days that is, not the Ferris Bueller variety. Those days when your parents told you to stay in bed and that it was okay to watch as much television as you wanted. You’d crawl back under the covers, get another couple hours of sleep, and then wake up with a cough and a strong desire to do nothing but veg.

Then click - television goes on and you start browsing. Click…..soap opera……..endless repeat of infomercials……..more soap operas……..The Price is Right.

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