(With apologise to all gladiators across spacetime for the insensitive suggestive titling. We did not mean to imply your deaths for the entertainment of others is something to be frivolous about. Even though, let’s be honest, it is.)
Do you get bored easily?
Who doesn’t in this age of instant gratification? When you’re standing in a queue waiting to pick up your prescription pills, or at the bank, or waiting to get your licence renewed (which you knew you had to do because of our app!), you have time to kill.
Sometimes, you’re just not that into whatever the other half is watching on Netflix, but “Cuddle-Bear” (you) is expected to be there.
What do you do? Indulge in some free-to-play games? They’re certainly addictive. (Seriously, kids end up in rehab these days for Fortnite addictions – we imagine teenagers staring at blank walls making wild hand gestures and funny sound effects as their withdrawal symptoms kick in).
But what’s not fun about these games are those annoying ads that pop up every couple of minutes. Talk about a buzzkill. Fortunately, there’s our app.
Aside from being able to buy and sell cars, you can do so much more.
One of those things is to be entertained.
We have a function that connects you to all our blogs and articles. You can constantly check every week for a new article and browse through the old ones. It’s fantastic. There are articles on winter preparedness (which you may want to look at, considering we’re in June), as well as tips and tricks and various other lifehacks for all things vehicular.
It’s a repository of knowledge. Not only that, but you’ll get to read reviews and previews of the cars you’ve always wanted to buy (and now you’ll know why!).
On the lighter side.
Of course, we have some lighter reading too. Such as the time a guy bid farewell to the love of his life of over four years. Maybe that doesn’t sound light, but it was his car – you see, we get the deep, emotional bond you have with your vehicle. And the writer who describes his experience does it in such a relatable way.
We even have a meanie write for us about how he went demolishing some poor chap’s self-esteem just to lower the asking price of the car being sold (it helps being aware of these types). It’s a bit cruel, but still funny.
Or our personal favourite story, how a guy bought a car from someone unscrupulous and ended up in the “Middelberg of Nowhere”. How does he get back to civilisation? Click on it and find out!
You can read it all on our app. And when “Hunny-Bunny” asks if you’re enjoying the movie, she or he is forcing you to sit in front of, just grunt and nod.
After all, you’ve found something more entertaining to do.