These days, the most popular car color is white; in North America, 20 percent of 2011 cars were painted white. Which probably explains this:
I remember my car, in general. That is, I know it is white, four-door, has a sun roof and a spoiler and a rubber antenna. I just don’t know what it looks like. So the other day I walked up to a car that looked pretty much like mine, clicked the unlock button, and it didn’t light up. I got in anyway and noted with pleasure that it was cleaner than I had remembered. Then I looked at the dashboard and discovered that it was a Toyota. I had gotten into the wrong car! I quickly exited. Why does everyone have white cars anyway? What’s up with that?
I have no idea. Then again, I have a white car Aspen White Pearl, says Nissan with a sun roof and a spoiler, but no rubber antenna.