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On 7/13/2021 at 2:12 PM, trinacriabob said:

This is only mildly politically incorrect.

Q:  What does a lesbian bring to a second date?

A:  A U-Haul.

...towed by a Subaru wagon..

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On 7/18/2021 at 12:17 PM, Robert Hall said:

...towed by a Subaru wagon..

I once found this on line.  And, what, someone has a problem with stereotypes?  Colorado ... Minnesota ... the license plate on the right says "XENA LVR" (or Xena lover). Classic.

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Let's also add Oregon, Washington, Northern California, and northern New England states such as Vermont and Maine to the mix.

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They once took a survey and found that 77% of the Americans they polled had a negative opinion of Los Angeles. 

I didn't bookmark it, but one study indicated that a fairly high percentage of people sampled didn't have a good impression of Subaru owners.

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15 hours ago, trinacriabob said:

I once found this on line.  And, what, someone has a problem with stereotypes?  Colorado ... Minnesota ... the license plate on the right says "XENA LVR" (or Xena lover). Classic.

1804928735_Subarucampout.png.e498920004ec776849e0e34bec0b15ca.png

 

Let's also add Oregon, Washington, Northern California, and northern New England states such as Vermont and Maine to the mix.

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They once took a survey and found that 77% of the Americans they polled had a negative opinion of Los Angeles. 

I didn't bookmark it, but one study indicated that a fairly high percentage of people sampled didn't have a good impression of Subaru owners.

Interesting take on why this is. Lesbians and Subarus: Why do lesbians love Outbacks and Foresters? (slate.com) Who knew that SAAB, Subaru and another I forget.

Since you guys brought up Subaru, thought I would see what was out there. LOL

Q: What's the difference between a Subaru and the principal's office? A: It's less embarrassing if your friends see you leaving the principal's office.

Q: Why do they put sidewalks beside most streets and highways? A: So Subaru owners have a safe place to walk home.

Q: What's the difference between a Subaru and a Porcupine? A: When it comes to a Subaru, the prick is on the inside.

Q: Why do they fit ABS braking systems to the latest Subarus? A: So the driver can stop quicker to pick up the fallen off parts.

Q: How do you make a Subaru go faster downhill? A: Turn off the engine.

Q: What is the difference between a Subaru and a shopping trolley? A: A shopping trolley is much easier to push.

Q: Why are the latest Subarus so aerodynamically designed? A: It improves the Chevy tow truck's fuel consumption.

Q: What is the aim of a Subaru project car? A: An attempt to keep their car running.

Q: What is the difference between a Subaru and a tampon? A: A tampon comes with it's own tow rope.

Q: Why are Subaru dealers giving away a dog with each Subaru sold? A: So the owner has a companion to walk home with.

Q: How do you double the value of a Subaru Icon? A: Full the tank with petrol.

Q: What did the Toyota say to the Subaru? A: Would you like a tow home?

Q: Why did the cat sleep under the Subaru? A: Because he wanted to wake up oily.

Q: What do you call a Subaru at the top of a Hill? A: A Miracle.

Q: What did the BMW say to the Subaru on the side of the road? A: Rust-in-peace.

Q: What do you call two Subarus at the top of a hill? A: A mirage.

Q: What's the difference between a golfball and a Subaru? A: A golf ball can be driven 300 yards.

Q: What do you call a Subaru with dual exhausts? A: A wheelbarrow

Q: What is the Subaru owner's most ardent wish? A: To buy a car.

Q: What do you call a Subaru with a seat belt? A: A rucksack.

Want to hear a car joke? Subaru Outback.

What should you do if you find three Subaru owners buried up to their neck in cement? Get more cement.

What's the difference between a Subaru owner and a carp? One is a bottom-feeding, scum sucker, and the other is a fish.

According to a new poll 91 percent of people are satisfied with their lives. The other 9 percent own a Subaru.
 

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@David  Thank you from the bottom of my heart for hailing from the Seattle area and acknowledging the ridiculousness of the herd mentality toward Subarus.

When I was younger, I had neutral thoughts toward Subarus.  Earlier on, the Olympian skier twins - Steve and Phil Mahre - were Subaru's spokespeople.  Only recently did I learn they hail from Yakima, WA, in the central part of the state.  That was probably a good idea - two Olympian skiers who were ordinary Joes selling North America on the AWD characteristic of this Japanese car with less market share than Toyota and Datsun (Nissan) that got them up to and back from the slopes.

Now, this brand courts smug NPR listening liberals who have to advertise whatever alternative and counterculture pursuit they're invested in via covering their P.O.S. car in stickers and decals.  Idiots.

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I remember Subarus being very popular in Colorado, esp. the Outbacks.  I do like some of their commercials, esp. those w/ the dogs...the one with the dog where the ad starts w/ a puppy and ends w/ a senior dog is a tear jerker.  

I think for a 4x4 wagon, though, I'd be more inclined to look at a Volvo Cross Country (V90 CC).   I still think it would be cool if there was a modern Jeep Eagle 4x4 wagon based on the Charger/300 platform...

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33 minutes ago, Robert Hall said:

I do like some of their commercials, esp. those w/ the dogs...

Ahhhh; dog owners!
For some reason I couldn't figure out what the marketing target was; I find any anthropomorphic animal commercial dumb.

I like animals just fine, was repeatedly petting a customer's cat ('Houdini') & dog ('River') just this afternoon... and there's 3 cats here inside (plus one outside), but I have never found the animal advertising relevant or effective.

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15 hours ago, Robert Hall said:

I remember Subarus being very popular in Colorado, esp. the Outbacks.  I do like some of their commercials, esp. those w/ the dogs...the one with the dog where the ad starts w/ a puppy and ends w/ a senior dog is a tear jerker.  

I think for a 4x4 wagon, though, I'd be more inclined to look at a Volvo Cross Country (V90 CC).   I still think it would be cool if there was a modern Jeep Eagle 4x4 wagon based on the Charger/300 platform...

Been a number of great dog commercials, I totally related to this Chevrolet one that was also end back to the beginning and the end being a journey.

 

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The Subaru ad I liked didn't have dogs driving...it was a couple that had a Subaru wagon, got a puppy and showed them w/ the Subaru as the dog aged until the last scene where the dog was a white muzzled senior... hit 'all the feels' as the Gen Zers would say.

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