In a comical video, she jokingly denies owning a van, referring to it as an SUV with unique features.
Owning a van is not exactly cool, but it can be a bit fun if we add an interesting spin to it. It is exactly what a mother—who goes by @the_brick_house on TikTok—shared a video of her van and of denying the reality of owning a van. One thing is sure the video turned out to be incredibly funny. As for the spin, she is calling it her "new SUV with sliding doors." She wrote in the caption of the video, "She's finally a van Mom and doesn't know how to feel." She further gives a tour of the van in this video. "You like my new SUV? Not a van. It's an SUV. It's just got sliding doors," she makes a joke. She calls it her crib and insists that it is not a van.
"2024 SUVs. They make them different these days. You know, these new SUVs, they are opening doors a little differently. So, don't get it twisted. This ain’t a van," she says in the video after pressing a button to open the van's sliding doors. She also insists on having sunlight cover for all cars and says that adults are bothered by sunlight too. It is a funny video as she insists that it is not a van and then gives reasons as to why she bought it. This video is so relatable and funny that it can make anyone laugh and for this reason, it has received 7.5 million views on it.
People were quick to comment on the video as well. @Shannon commented, "I just want to know the name of this van. I mean SUV. Cause I kinda want it." @Kimberr shared, "The Hyundai Santa Fe has those sunshades on the back windows." @dayakavitaminD expressed, "As a single guy, I kinda want a min sorry. SUV now." @Ril1313 wrote, "I am also now a van mom and I don't know why I never got one sooner."
In another story about minivans, a group of 13 stranded passengers decided to hire a minivan and go on a road trip while taking TikTok users along for the ride, reports CNN. Frontier Airlines' evening flight to Knoxville, Tennessee, has just been canceled. Passengers were seeking alternative flights on their phones and queuing to talk with stressed-out airport personnel. Michelle Miller, a well-known influencer, was scheduled to speak at a conference in Knoxville on Tuesday.
Carlos Cordero and Laura Puckering were touring the University of Tennessee with their 17-year-old daughter Mikayla Puckering. One of the passengers was on his way to a custody dispute. Someone else was assisting a friend in relocating to Mexico. Others were simply eager to get home.
When asked how the plan for a road trip with strangers originated, none of them had any idea. Michelle claims it was her idea, but everyone else helped make it a reality. Carlos believed it was Amy's idea, but he gave his credit card. Laura claims she would never do something like this. Mikayla was shocked throughout the whole experience. It sounded tiring, but then they saw their daughter Mikayla's face, heartbroken at the prospect of missing her dream college visit, jumped into action.