Did they leave embarrassing tan lines and end up in a landfill somewhere? Did cars become chubbier, unable to squeeze back into their old cup size? Did highway patrol technology finally catch up with the radar-absrobing car bra and ruin the party?
A cursory survey of cars parked on the mean streets of downtown Jersey City revealed the following:
0% cars with bras (left)
1% cars with the De-Fender (right)
Is the De-Fender the new stigma-free version of the car bra? It's more rugged, clearly not made of leather, designed for the rear-end instead of the bust, and is definitely not form-fitting. Seems like a more manly way of protecting your Honda's bumper (bootie?). Have car owners lost interest in their vehicle's front-end assets? Or is there something more to this newfound concern for a car's rump over its rack? A sign of ass-worship or fear of rear-end penetration?