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Caveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of MATERIALISM.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (linked definitions above, courtesy oflinks are to Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(For definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

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Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummatedExhibit A

Caveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of MATERIALISM.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (linked definitions above, courtesy of Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(For definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

Do you doubt me?

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Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummated

Caveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of MATERIALISM.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (links are to Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(For definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

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Exhibit A

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Caveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of materialismMATERIALISM.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (linked definitions above, courtesy of Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(For definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

Do you doubt me?

enter image description here

Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummated

Caveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of materialism.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (linked definitions above, courtesy of Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(For definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

Do you doubt me?

enter image description here

Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummated

Caveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of MATERIALISM.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (linked definitions above, courtesy of Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(For definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

Do you doubt me?

enter image description here

Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummated

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CaveatCaveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of materialism.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (definitionslinked definitions above, courtesy of: Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(SeeFor definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

Do you doubt me?

enter image description here

Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummated

Caveat: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of materialism.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (definitions courtesy of: Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(See, definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

Do you doubt me?

enter image description here

Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummated

Caveat emptor: this answer, offered with levity, is directed specifically toward the example of the desire felt toward an automobile, rather than toward material objects in general, which I believe is a manifestation of materialism.

Well, if this was a simple one to one proposition, like hunger is want of food, and lust want of sex, then perhaps you could say that the desire for a car was want of mobility, i.e., immobility, or the feeling of being ... stuck i.e., blocked, wedged, or jammed. (linked definitions above, courtesy of Merriam-Webster online)

Unfortunately, I think that this want is less directly tied to the issue of mobility in general, and is instead, highly specific, often directed toward a certain car, one particular car out of many cars (I know. I've seen the look.). So, perhaps the best way to describe this ... desire, is just to call it what it obviously is: lust. In this case, Car Lust. ;-)

Car Lust: extreme desire of an automobile. Usually happens after driving an awesome car, usually a friend’s or a rental. “Dudes, I have serious car lust after driving that 1969 corvette!”

(For definitions of "Car Lust," see definithing.com & the Urban Dictionary)

Do you doubt me?

enter image description here

Here we have evidence of Car Lust, consummated

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