Maxwell at the DMV!

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Geico’s Maxwell the Pig has appeared in a variety of settings, and walking among us it’s perhaps part of his lot to appear at the Department of Motor Vehicles, where most of us of driving age must suffer now and then.  Asked for proof of insurance, Maxwell produces his Geico digital insurance card, which the worker in attendance readily accepts.  

The indignity of being photographed then follows for Maxwell, and as for most of us his photo likeness is less than complimentary; you know how it is, with being rushed through a soulless institution and asked to hold your head at an unnatural angle.  Well, the little porker barely reaches the top of the desk, and when the picture is taken, Maxwell’s eyes are closed.  Maxwell points this out to the DMV clerk, and guess what…she doesn’t care, calling out “next” while Maxwell is left as just another victim of bureaucracy…we’ve all been there, right?

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2 Comments on “Maxwell at the DMV!”

  1. carycomic Says:

    He could always get revenge by having her pulled over and given a ticket by his friend, the state trooper.* I can see it, now:

    “Obstructing traffic?!” she exclaims.

    “You were driving ten miles an hour _below_ the posted speed limit,” he replies: “It’s a bright sunny day, and you’re the sole occupant of your car. As opposed to chauffeuring a kiddie soccer team…or a pregnant 99 year-old woman!”

    The trooper then gives a secret thumb’s up to Maxwell, who responds with a salute of his right front hoof.

    *What used to be known, in the 1960’s, as “one pig doing a favor for another.”

    • vulpesffb Says:

      This might work! After all, in an earlier commercial the trooper didn’t have a problem with a pig driving a car, but rather with the car’s tail light being out!


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