Self-driving cars have been touted as the solution to everything from traffic congestion to drunk driving. But let’s be real here, have you ever met a car that can parallel park better than your drunk uncle Bob on Thanksgiving Day? And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Let’s talk about the elephant in the room: self-driving cars have no sense of humor. You know that moment when you’re stuck in traffic and you make a silly face at the person in the car next to you, and they make one back? Well, good luck getting a laugh out of a robot. They’ll just sit there with a blank expression, probably calculating the most efficient route to the nearest charging station.
But the real kicker is, self-driving cars are taking away our ability to procrastinate in style. Remember the good old days when you’re running late for a meeting, and you’re jamming out to “Don’t Stop Believin'” while cutting off five cars in a row to get to the front of the line? With self-driving cars, that’s not an option anymore. Sure, you might arrive at your destination a bit sooner, but where’s the fun in that?
In conclusion, self-driving cars lack the human touch, sense of humor and the thrill of procrastination that we all crave. Let’s stick to our regular cars, with all their flaws and idiosyncrasies, because who wants a car that doesn’t have its own unique personality?