In the privacy of your own car you could do some things that are… well, strange. If someone spots you mid-boogie, there is no need to panic—we all do it! The front seat karaoke and AUX cord battles are not your unique battle. What happens in the car is coming out of the trunk in this blog!
Sniff sniff–let’s take care of that
It’s been a long day in a stuffy office, so before you go out to dinner with you friends, you do a sniff check at the wheel. You don’t want anybody to know you were sweating in your boss’s office today, so you grab your emergency deodorant from the glove compartment, and give your left and right an even swipe. Does anyone have to know? No. Does everybody do it? Yes.
Love at first sight
The highway can mean a lot of things for different people, including a place to set eyes on a true love. For you believers in love at first sight, you’ve probably experienced the brief eye contact as your cars drive at the same speed for just a moment. You imagine growing old with the person in the carpool lane, but before you know it, they’re gone, and it is likely that you’ll never see them again (sorry not sorry).
Put some boogie in it
No, not that kind of boogie, although some of us may be inside-the-car nose-pickers. This boogie begins when you find your dad’s Earth Wind and Fire CD and discover disco behind the wheel. Car seat dancing is something we all do, but may be a bit shy to admit.
The AUX cord is mine
The struggle for ‘shotgun’ has come and gone and left us with a new thing to wrestle for: the AUX cord. It begins a little like this: “Have you listened to Father John Misty’s new song on SoundCloud?” to which your friend replies, “No, but I was just about to show you this Fiona Apple song that reminds me of my ex.” Now, who deserves the AUX when you’ve only got a 4 minute cruise to Liliha Bakery?
Hello self, how are you?
Some say that any conversation is worth having, but what about an exchange with yourself? Perhaps you’re plotting out a chat you hope to have with your celebrity crush, or a confession to your mom that yes, it was you that broke her vase in ‘98. It’s normal. There are definitely weirder things you could do.