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1. 34-inch Caddy
There are so many wtf-moments featured on this car, I hardly know where to start. The wheels. I mean 34 inch pink rims? Getting into this mess must be impossible, especially if she’s in heels. Let’s just ignore that rather frightening paint-job and just look at the crystal-encrusted grill? We think this might have taken the idea of a diamond grill that her favourite rapper sung about a little too literally. We say scrap it!
2. Pastel-coloured Camaro
A Camaro, the ultimate bastion for masculinity. The car that shaped my childhood love for cars. Why? Why would choose to put those ridiculous wheels and that insane paint job on this car. If this is a sign of things to come, we are in for a rough ride!
3. Barbie and her Hummer
Yes, your daughters Barbie Hummer that Ken gave to Barbie on their one-year anniversary (or so my daughter tells me) has been enlarged and made roadworthy. Why? Your guess is as good as mine.
4. Shine bright like a Lamborghini
This one may not have been customised by a woman but it was definitely created with a female audience in mind. The Swarovski crystal-encrusted Lamborghini Murcielago was created by Japanese parts manufacturer, LYZER. In addition to that crazy exterior, the car features pink and purple ambient lighting and a full pink-leather interior. Stepping into this car would basically be like stepping into a vagina.
5. The Paris Bentley
We can almost deal with Paris Hilton’s pink 2008 Bentley Continental GT. Although the pink would not be our first choice and it has killed the car’s resale value, the colour seems to work on the car and even the pink highlighted rims add to the look. If she had stopped there, it may have been okay. Paris, though, she’s the iconic heiress and that just isn’t enough. The Paris Bentley has a diamond-studded emblem and her diamond-studded initials on the wheels. Yes, she took it that far. Just why?
6. Phantom with the Louis Vuitton treatment
The Rolls-Royce Phantom retails for around CAD 700,000 and is generally accepted to be the epitome of class and style. Louis Vuitton was started in 1854 and is considered by many to be an iconic producer of luxury baggage. Two brands that ooze class and sophistication have been degraded to this, an amalgamation that hurts my eyes to look at! This is just a no on so many levels.
7. Pretty in Jeep
I mean, we understand that headlights to a car are akin to eye for a human being but eyebrows? Are you serious? Worse yet, this is not an isolated incident. The car eyelash industry (yes, that’s a thing) sells these abominations in 92 different countries and has managed to amasses $3 million in sales!
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