Cars. They’re either a means of transport, or a means of joy. You’re either one or the other. Collective Noun knows this, so they’ve made light of it.
Collective Noun ask themselves questions; questions the rest of us won’t, but that still need to be asked. Example: for some a car is a thing. A steel coffin that enables a quicker mode of transport and little else. For others, it’s a thing with a name, additions, quirks and tools to make it more…of a thing. Alas, the border of choice is crossed with barbed wire and never the twain shall meet. You are a car person or you aren’t.
Question is, which one are you?
Social conditioning experts Collective Noun know all about the war raging in driveways, so they’ve knocked up a sketch to help you choose a camp.
Or at least bluff your way through an encounter.
Who are Collective Noun?
Well, who better to explain than…themselves?
“Each week we will deliver good ol’ fashion farm fresh sketch videos to you. Our sketches are grown free range using only the best organic scripts, so it’s guilt-free viewing. Sketch comedy, just like grandma used to make; that’s the Collective Noun guarantee.”
Collective Noun is the insane construct of Zach Mander, Michael Parente, Sam Borgert and Dom Fay.
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