Do big car people ever think of our thoughts about them?

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As the old adage goes, men who drive expensive sports cars are obviously compensating for something and that “something” is obviously their teeny-tiny d*#@s. But where did this idea come from? And does the stigma actually bother luxury car owners, or are they too busy knowing they have enough spare cash to afford a brand new Bugatti Veyron to give a damn what we normies think.

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Studies show that peacocking showing off our stuff and changing our behaviors to attract a mate — is deeply ingrained in our genes. But why the focus on fancy cars, rather than luxurious clothes or big houses.

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The idea is legit, people have always purchased nice clothes or other things to compensate for something, like having a shitty personality or being unattractive. I think guys with small mdudus can be self-conscious because of societal bullshit, and if that’s true, peacocking is a pretty natural reaction.

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Showing off our stuff and changing our behaviors to attract a mate is deeply ingrained in our genes. But why the focus on fancy cars, rather than luxurious clothes or big houses? Cars have long been associated with manliness, which makes them especially attractive to men looking to compensate.

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There’s a deep irony in the ‘compensating’ idea because if a guy IS compensating it isn’t because his mdudu is small it’s because he’s lived a life of being shamed by poor attitudes.

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