This poor guy is haunted by the new DaiHatsu Wake. At first it is not so bad, he’s a well meaning do-it-yourselfer that just made a few mistakes, destroying his car when the solution was right in front of him all along. But soon, it all goes wrong.¬†ANCHAN!

The term Anchan in Japanese means “elder brother” but also denotes a certain social status or personality and could be considered belittling.¬†Basically: “Bruh.”

Bruh, what are you doing chopping the top of your car off for golf clubs? Bruh, why can’t you ever beat the Wake? Bruh… get a hold of yourself.

He eventually is left a broken man, thinking back to all the times he would “Create and lose,” as his girlfriend loses all respect for him. “It is true you have no talent,” she says. But maybe there is hope? The viewers can help! Except they can’t. There is no way this poor tinkerer can beat the wake. His only choice is to give in, a defeated husk of a man. But at least he can fit all his friends’ snowboards.

H/T Jalopnik

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Anthony Brown's crowning achievements are rebuilding a $500 Honda VFR and getting rid of his wife's beige Camry. He has owned nine cars in the last ten years, none of them automatic.
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