A presumably uninsured jalopy that contains a dozen or more Mexicans. Said vehicle is typically an 80s-era, USA-brand van or minivan with oxidating paint, cheap purple tinting, honeycombs of dents, gaudy chrome tire rims, and a large Virgin Mary and/or Mexican flag and/or Oakland Raiders decal(s) on the back window and Latino/Salsa radio station stickers on the rear bumper. Often seen in downscale areas of Santa Ana and decaying LA suburbs of Bell Gardens, Pico Rivera, South Gate, and Huntington Park. In general, prevalence of Bean Bags in a city indicates lack of white or Asian majority. Sometimes blaring Mexican polka/ranchera music ostensibly broadcasted from radio stations advertised on bumper stickers. Driver travels at least 20 miles per hour below the speed limit at all times. Driver and rest of adults are often obese with vacant expressions on their faces; kids in car also obese but often seen jumping up and down on seats or floor of vehicle or staring blankly at you through its back windows as you nearly get killed trying to pass it on the 5 Freeway in heavy traffic.
I was on the 5 this morning when I got stuck behind a bean bag full of fat Mexicans.
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