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Possible Family Conflicts

Family conflict can be defined as:

Any conflicts that occur within a family; between husbands and wives, parents and children, between siblings, or with extended families (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.)

This term was used in a television commercial for Fiat Argentina called "The Good Use Manual".

The presenter continues by saying:

Presenter: In short, a compendium of useful advice to continue oiling the cogs and wheels of friendship amongst passengers, driving to nice destinations as a couple, and turning on the emergency lights before possible family conflicts. We leaf through the ‘good use manual’ and see specific details like: starting the car quickly and leaving a friend that’s paying in the street. We also see the advice about not stopping quickly when a girlfriend is putting on makeup, and about elderly passengers that never stop telling the driver what to do (“stop”, “careful it’s about to turn red”, “you saw the old lady, yea?)

link to content: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHRwsGc9Rlo&ab_channel=LucianoD%27Amelio

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