Wife’s prank on husband goes viral

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Sharea Overman and her husband Nate are parents to three young boys and like many (let’s be real, all) parents — they find themselves constantly tired.



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So, when the family of five decided to road trip across Indiana to visit family, Sharea wasn’t surprised to see her husband slouched back comfortably in the driver’s seat. He wasn’t snoozing, but it looked that way.



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However, after a while Sharea looked over at her husband, snapped a photo and thought, “Man, he really looks like he is passed out in the driver’s seat.”



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Sharea, a part-time photographer, decided to pass the time in the car by pulling a fun prank on her husband.

“I’m a part of this group of incredibly talented photographers on Facebook. So, I decided to post the photo and asked people to photoshop some fun

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After CT scans, an MRI, and surgery, I spent what felt like an eternity alone in my hospital bed. Instead of having flashbacks to the race and crash, I thought a lot about my journey in the sport.

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That’s what a price tag of over $500,000 a piece can do for you – have the wonderfully mundane Corvette transformed into a car that could wear the Koenigsegg badge without any eyebrows rising. That’s because the only Corvette bits left are the ones that don’t show – the chassis, the engine, the transmission, and the electronics – while everything else is custom made.

The creation belongs to Ares Design, a company known mostly for its Legends Reborn program where it takes current supercars and dresses them into the vintage clothes of iconic models, all with a touch of modern styling. It’s basically doing in the real world what so many digital artists do using their software – putting a contemporary spin on the most legendary cars in the automotive history. Take a look at the Ares Design Panther ProgettoUno if you have any visualization problems.

Now, though, the company

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Insider Transportation: Lucid’s electric Air could whoop Tesla Model S

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That’s because nearly a decade after the Model S made its debut, we finally have the electric car that can match the stalwart Tesla for looks and prowess — at least on paper. We already knew the Air would be packed with cool features, offer a range of more than 500 miles, and run a quarter-mile fast enough to make Vin Diesel happy. Now, we can say it’s got reclining seats reminiscent of flying in business class, that it should be available in the spring, and that you’ll pay somewhere between $80,000 and $169,000

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