Remember this day well, dear readers. Because you'll be telling your kids about it someday, and they won't believe you. "That," you'll say, "was the day when VW Passat Wagons only existed in pictures on the Internet, a day before they took over the entire childbearing world, became self-aware, and turned on their yuppie drivers and enslaved the human race."
Your child will stare at you in wonderment, and then a horn will beep, and she will scurry off in a fright to feed another tank of biodiesel into one of the three TDI engines that were available since the Passat Wagon was released in Europe back in August Oh-Five.
[Hey, gimme a break, here. I'm out of town, but I'm trying to push that Rosie O'Donnell picture down the page as quickly as I can.]