Monday, April 18, 2016

April 18

With a side of muscle:

Fancy a trip to France?

Vintage Citroën (above)

Since 1937 all cars in France were required to have yellow headlights. The government enacted a law in 1936 stating that all vehicles put into production thereafter would be required to have yellow headlights, so that French cars would stand out from enemy vehicles. However, since 1993 it has became illegal to drive in France with yellow headlights, due to European Union conformity standards (unless the car was first registered prior to 1993).

An invitation to the frat house:

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