My ultimate fantasy:
A guy (maybe me, maybe you) who wears New Hi-Top Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars(you may choose the color you want)/Redwing 877 workboots/ JB Goodhue Ironworker workboots/ Mexican Padilla 410 vaquera workboots, also denim jeans or shorts, a T-shirt (preferably white) or a flannel plaid shirt, a cap and maybe some sunglasses is invited to get on driverâs seat of a Mercedes Benz SLR McLaren. Once on driverâs seat. While he"s putting key on its place and/or is about to push the start button, his right Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot begins to rub gas pedal and even to press it a little. Finally he starts the SLR with a big VROOOM sound while his Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot is pressing gas almost to floor (his Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot does the same operation again and again). After this, he puts the shift on drive while his Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot presses gas pedal softly and gradually to get the street. After driving a good while and having gas pedal halfway floor by his Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot (how do you think this Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot would press on gas? Having all the sole over gas covering it or using just the top of the Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot over gas?) He reaches A track in a forest (it rained the previous night), or in a beach or in a desert. His right Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot jumps from gas to brake while he steers the SLR to that track (the SLR would screech on pavement while turning to that track. Then the right Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot would jump from brake to slam on gas again). Once on the track this guy feels that SLR is losing speed so his right Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot has to compensate pressing gas more and more. Finally this guy feels that the SLR stops suddenly but his Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot has gas to the floor and the engine is roaring at maximum. Another option would be that even with tracking problems on road his Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot presses on gas good enough to compensate lack on tracking. Suddenly, something appears on track so right has to jump to hammer brake in order to stop at once in order to avoid a disaster. When trying to resume the trip on that track again, he notices that rear wheels are spinning. In other words; the SLR is now stuck on that track. Guy"s Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot is desperately hammering, slamming and stomping gas pedal while he is shifting SLR back and forward in a hopeless try to get liberated from the stuck trap. My fantasy ends there but you may add what you like to continue to rock the SLR back and forward as the Hi-Top-Chuck/workboot slams on gas pedal again and again. It"s up to you too if the SLR gets liberated from the trap by just only the rocking maneuver or another technique is needed to get out from there (he he! ;-)). By the way the SLRâs owner ( a suit-dressed guy â I could be this guy- ) is watching Hi-Top-Chuckâs/workbootâs actions on pedals from passengerâs seat while getting too excited wanting to â he he he ;)
1) To watch someone in Hi Top Converse All Stars or workboots like the Redwing 877 pressing & stomping on gas pedal of a sports car like the SLR McLAren or Audi R8 while trying to get out a mud/sand/snow stuck trap.
2) Being a small alien astronaut being grabbed by a (veeeeryyy) giant guy while i"m inside my spaceship. Engines are getting forced & burned while, without any hope, are trying to free the ship from the workboot or hi top chuck taylor that stomps over my ship.
Any movie with Chucks and/or workboots involved better if there is some pedal pumping
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