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Why are Roadsters Red?

posted Nov 15, 2010, 7:11 PM by L.D. McLaughlin Jr.
Brian Cowell, February 10, 2008
Why are fire engines red?

Fire engines are red because they have four wheels and eight men. Four and eight are twelve.

Alternative start: Why should two seater Roadsters be red? Because they have two seats and six cylinders. Two sixes are twelve.

Twelve inches are a foot. One foot is a ruler. Queen Elizabeth is a ruler and the Queen Elizabeth was the greatest ship that sailed the seven seas. In the seas there are fishes, fishes have fins and the Finns were fighting the Russians. The Russians are red and fire engines (and Roadsters) are always rushin'.

That is why fire engines are red (and two seater Roadsters should be).