something that people who drive cars apparently experience. some of the extremely automotivated attempt to blame this reportedly unpleasant experience on government regulations designed to help extend the period of time for which humans will be able to inhabit the planet in a manner recognizable to modern-day mankind as not being 'famine-ridden', 'apocalyptic', or 'stone age'.
Rather a "Bad Fuel Day" is a minor misfortune which arises from the inability to comprehend the value of bicycles, public transit, and other more-efficient, less-expensive, and cleaner forms of transportation.
--Bad Fuel Day, 2009--
"Damn I'm broke from buying so much gas and fat and broke from eating so much drivethru"
"Why don't you sell your car and buy a bike and some actual food?"
"Cause then I wouldn't have time to exercise."
"Why don't you take the bus?"
"Because I lack the ability to read or perform other activities that make the time spent on public transit worthwhile."
"It costs about 20 bucks per hour of driving to own a car. Given that bikes go about the same speed as cars in the city and are basically free, you could be getting paid 20 bucks an hour to ride a bike. Admittedly buses are kind of slow but you do get to sit on your ass."
"But I live in the country."
"Sorry, you came to the wrong website."
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