Thursday, January 10, 2008

But are they bodacious?

A car manufacturer in India is following through on a promise to make a reasonably priced car available for the burgeoning middle class of his country. The Tata car company unveiled a marvelously inexpensive model today to the press and a sea of eagerly salivating subcontinental buyers. Retailing at 100,000 rupees (roughly $2,500 US) the question is, for that tiny price tag, just how bodacious are these Tatas?

A modest Tata, but still more than a handful!

Lord knows, guys throughout India are probably dying to get their hands on some Tatas. Generally, men are aware that getting their hands on even one Tata can be pretty expensive, but with this new model, my gosh - guys could get their hands on a couple of really hot Tatas and not break the bank!

Heck, I'm sure the men are not the only ones pondering Tatas these days. The attractive, round, stylish shape and "just right" size of these babies - and the miraculously low price - surely have savvy Indian women of means thinking, "One? Hell, I'm gettin' myself a pair of new Tatas!" And what man could possibly pass up a woman with a set of fine new Tatas? Of course, taking the conservative local culture into account, there may be concern about women allowing guys to check out their Tatas far too soon. And then, once the guy tires of your Tatas, he'll be off looking for a new model. Such is life.

As for me, I'm afraid there are no new Tatas in my life. Then again, you never know. Perhaps this will revolutionize the economy market and Detroit and Tokyo will have no choice but to follow suit.

Honda Hooter, anyone? Chevy Chesticle?

So many boob jokes, so little time...


paulnojustpaul said...


Why does it remind me of this ad?

Heather Meadows said...

hahahaha, that's awesome!

And so is that car! o_o Though those wheels don't look like they would hold up for more than a few feet...but still, look how small and cute it is!!!!

J.M. Tewkesbury said...

Oh, that is hilarious! Does the purchase include that t-shirt from ThinkGeek: "Save the Tatas!" ? I think it should.

Chuck said...

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