I have to believe the calves in the Golf are there because the initial method was unusable and the Golf is a substitute. Maybe the trailer broke and had to be left en-route, maybe something else. Maybe I just want to give the benefit of doubt.
But the crate built into the Pontiac's trunk indicates it was done with absolute intent and therefore I consider it to be the greater fail.
Well, I don't know how many of you grew up in rural areas, but I can tell you that getting several calves into a car would be quite a difficult task, because they wouldn't want to get in.
Second, the calves in the Golf are worse in my opinion, as their rear ends are right at the driver's back. Cows poop and fart A LOT. At least on the Pontiac there was a barrier between the passengers in the car, and the pooping & farting cow. It is conceivable that one could turn on the a/c in the car, and not smell the cow in the back. While the thought of cow poop in my trunk is replusive, the thought of cow poop on my seats and carpet? You're never gonna get that smell out of that car.
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