What I’m about to say surely isn’t noticeable exclusively in poor countries like Romania and Bulgaria or in Africa.
On the contrary, I assume that in most other parts of the world (could Denmark be an exception?), driving a SUV is the sign of an enviable social status.
The bigger the car is, the clearer the mark of prosperity, of a successful and carefree life – this is how most of us see these car owners, don’t we?
It’s silly to have any prejudice either against such vehicles or their drivers. Nevertheless, I can’t help wondering…
Why do they very often seem unhappy about the speed of car queues, about the weather or about fellow traffic participants driving not-so-fancy cars?
I bet that they often happen to be unhappy even about the phone conversations that they have while behind the wheel.
It may be politically incorrect (sexist) to presume it, but here I say it: is because they are talking to the lewd fat guy who bought them their SUV? :-)
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