Wow. "Stick people." That's a term the obese use to justify their girth.
everone thinks it a joke but this woman and her man have 21 long years ahead of them.. one thing i told my mom and dad is, im glad im not just being born.. i would hate to see what this country is going to be like in another 30 years.. its real scary.. that kid is going to have a rude awakening ahead of it, between the population problem and all the bull s h i t laws they dream up... im glad i dont have any kids. thats why i got ahead.. there to expensive.. i have a female pomeranian, thats my kid, the good thing is that they dont ask for anything other than to be fed and cared for....
Perhaps she was given the job at the car show because she's a Product Specialist and very good at her job. It's long overdue that manufacturers placed women front and center in ads that reflect them in tasteful and honorable real-life, no nonsense situations. Progress!
sorry she doesn't get 40 miles a gallon and she cant do 180 but at least she on the market wonder if she can burn out in the kitchen
Also wouldn't have been celebrated if she were Black or Hispanic. You can imagine the stereotypical remarks from imbeciles!
And you are the only moron that pointed that out....you win the race to the race card!!!!!
They needed something remarkable to take everyone's mind off of how ugly their product is and how not smart smart car are.
The headline, "Pregnant Auto Show Model Sign of The Times," would only be accurate if the pregnant model were unmarried.
Channel 5, during late evening weather news on Jan 16, featured a pregnant woman...however, the camera person tended to conceal her swealling. The PG woman wore a brown dress, and most of the time the only thing showing was her arm pointing to the weather expectations same time same motion as the station tried to conceal her expectation. -Duh??