By on April 4, 2010

Now that TTAC’s crew has landed in force at NYIAS, Chinese Week-end is no longer in effect. Regular rules apply.  We clear the stage with a look back at the human side of last year’s Shanghai Auto Show. There are two reasons for it:

One, TTACs  NYIAs coverage concentrates on cars, and cars only.

Two, there were already complaints about a lack of “of cute girls with black hair in mini skirts.” And we aim to please.

For an antidote, please direct your attention to a great blog, titled “Do You Come With the Car?” Seen through the eyes of and written by a booth babe.

Her latest post is another gem:

When I see a large person make a face while climbing in and out of a car, I know this is the first thing they will say to me:

“The seat is too small. You make them smaller every year.”

The seat is not too small. The seat is not any smaller than it was last year or five years ago.

The seat is not too small. Your a$$ is too big.

With that out of the way, here are some selections from Globalmotors.

For the man who has everything, here is a two-fer:

And as an antidote, a blonde (the following taken from Ridelust:)

That wasn’t what you had in mind? So let’s close with what’s on and in your mind:

Looking for more? Easy. Now I know what the blogging boothgirl meant when she wrote: “We’re pretty sure it’s going to wind up in a “Girls of the Auto Show” blog post where men who haven’t gotten laid since the recession started will have the audacity to pick apart our appearance.”

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