A possibly completely accurate transcript of a boardroom conversation at an unnamed car manufacturer in the early to mid 50s:
A SUBSERVIENT BUT EAGER PEON: How about a hawk, sir? A majestic, soaring hawk?
ANOTHER ALSO SUBSERVIENT BUT 20-30% MORE EAGER PEON: Sir? Maybe a graceful heron? With its beautiful wingspan, it -
THE FIRST PEON, AGAIN: Eagle?
THE SECOND PEON, HOPEFUL: Andean condor?
CEO: No. We need something that’s -
SPITEFUL INTERN NEPHEW OF CEO: How about a french fry stealing, disease-carrying dumpster scavenger?
CEO: Pardon me, Cody?
CODY, SPITEFUL INTERN NEPHEW OF CEO: A gull.
CEO: Gull? Gull, gull, gull. Gullwing. Gullwing doors! That’s it!
THE FIRST PEON: But -
CEO: I love it. Nice work everybody.