Without even thinking about it, our brains function in a way that links different things, different people, and different feelings with each other. Based on what we experience and what we see and hear, it's a natural instinct to categorize. This is usually what we call profiling or stereotyping. And when it's not negative and not derogatory toward entire groups of people, then sometimes it can be funny. Like when we stereotype drivers based on the car that they drive. Jokes, guys, jokes. Find out what the majority of people see you as with 50 examples of What Your Car Says About You.
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