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Sat, 30 Jun 2012
First and foremost, before I go on with my views, I’m not a Honda or even a Toyota fan. I’m neutral. So, I just wanna write something about what I have in mind with some little experience on cars. I’m not going into the technical details but I can give some opinions & views as a normal car owner/buyer/user with what we need, wants, hopes & dreams. What I’ve said in this entry has nothing to do with anybody. Just to share some of my opinions. So, here we go.
I went for a quick look at Honda Kosmokars showroom in Glenmarie Shah Alam during my lunch on the launch date. And I did manage to have a test drive on the new Honda City. My first impression when I looked at the car, I said to myself,“Toyota Vios gonna lose big time…this new Honda City will definitely outclass Toyota Vios..” .. why? Just take a quick look at the above picture and what’s on your mind compared to the Toyota Vios? So, you knew the answer already just by looking at it, am I right?
Okay, lets talk about this new Honda City. It comes with two models, S spec & E spec, where the E spec is the high spec version and it costs you RM89,980 on the road while the S spec is RM84,980.
The new design of its exterior is great. I couldn’t ask for more. The front is excellent, while the back is okay, but not so great. Whatever it is, the design is definitely will be the talk of the town when comparing it to the Toyota Vios.
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Ginger fros, 80s rock-star bouffants, heavily gelled mullets and families who refuse to stop passing on their trademark mohawks - a photography competition has combed the web to collect some of America's most cringe-worthy hairstyles.
Dozens of terrible and hilarious dos have been submitted to the 'Awkward Hair' contest - from the children reluctantly sporting home-cut fringes and bowlcuts to their parents with bouffants big enough to bury them.
As one woman who posted a picture writes: 'Sadly this is me, UGH'.
A man called Matt who had a particularly bad mullet as a teen writes: 'I wondered why I was never able to get a girlfriend in high school...Hmmmmm'.
There are also the bad-hair family portraits which show certain styles tend to pass down the generations. One family of four shows each member sporting their own custom coiffured mullet while a pair of big-haired women show they've clearly come fresh from a battle for the Elnett.
Several of the pictures are of couples who've decided to copy each others 'unique' styles and men who've tried to combine their awkward haircuts with even worse facial hair.
The competition was launched to mark the release of the new comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone which is released on March 15 and features it's own heavily hair-styled protagonist played by Steve Carrell.
Hair-raising: This young girl desperately tries to avoid the elephant in the room - or rather the one hiding in her grandmother's beehive