logansrogue (napalmnacey) points out an ad for AAMI insurance’s “Safe Driver Rewards” programme.
The ad features a series of people in the aftermath of crashes admitting to culpable driving, to the tune of “What About Me”. Check it out:
Young white man: I was twittering [away before?] I crashed into the corner shop
Young blonde white women: I was trying to dry my hair
Middle-aged man: I was fiddling with my chair
Young blonde Scandinavian women: We were trying to read the map but didn’t stop,
Youngish white man hoisting coffee: Well my pants got soaked
Pregnant strawberry-blonde white woman clutching belly: My waters broke
Middle-aged white man: I just didn’t see the lorry
Thirtyish white man in chambray shirt and suit trousers, getting out of an intact shiny red car:
What about me
I never claim
They get the same as i get
What about me.
Pregnant laydeez! How dare you go out in public in the possession of a pregnant uterus? Irresponsible, the lot of you. You deserve to pay as much in insurance costs as people who twitter and read maps while driving.
Also, how ditzy are blonde chicky-babes, eh? Eh? Nudge, nudge? They’re a way bigger threat to society than assholes who get pissed and hoon around racing and road-raging.
As napalmnacey observes in comments:
Let’s? see if they make jokes about men whose appendix happens to burst while they’re driving, hmm?