Obviously fake. If those were real cows you would be able to see the special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions, and the sesame seed bun.
The hell do you need lights that bright for?
@Anonymous Jack III, To see the insides of cows. Would also be handy to determine whether your date is natural or silicon.
@Anonymous Jack III, I have a civic with new LED lights and an old frontier with halogen lights. Its really nice being able to see so well at night in the civic, the frontier feels borderline dangerous. I feel like there's a point where lights become too bright and they have to be aimed properly.
@Anonymous Jack III, More light=better visibility. These should be active headlights so they adjust brightness, and direction depending on environment, and other cars near you so they don't blind others
@Gamasennin, I use my hands.
I mean for my date, not the cow.
@Anonymous Jack III, I want to see how healthy the roadkill is before impact, so I can make informed dietry choices
@Anonymous Jack III, when the very vast majority of drivers are on lit city roads or interstates, it’s just them admitting they shouldn’t be allowed behind the wheel of a vehicle.
Question is can you cook the cow with that light?
As if I’m not already seeing spots in my eyes from all the people driving with their high beams on as they tailgate me…
Pfff can’t fool me. I know a transparent cow when I see one
Ive always wanted an xray while im driving.
I’m won’t lie that’s pretty cool