So I Just Discovered The Lin-Manuel Miranda *Great Job* Horn And OMG It's So Pure

*great job*

Now, obviously you know Lin-Manuel Miranda, the super talented, adorable genius who created Hamilton and is just ONE LETTER AWAY from becoming the youngest EGOT winner. Yeah, that guy.

Now, obviously you know Lin-Manuel Miranda, the super talented, adorable genius who created Hamilton and is just ONE LETTER AWAY from becoming the youngest EGOT winner. Yeah, that guy.

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So, right now you’re probably like, “WTF is an imaginary *great job* car horn?” Well, buckle up and LET ME TELL YOU.

So, right now you're probably like, "WTF is an imaginary *great job* car horn?" Well, buckle up and LET ME TELL YOU.

In December of 2015 during the 280th episode of their podcast, the McElroy brothers prepared to answer one fan's question: “What is the best way to tell someone they're driving the wrong way on a one-way street?”

After sharing various horror stories, they proposed an emoji system that would let drivers know when they were in the wrong. Fortunately, the emoji idea evolved into a definitive 3-car-horn system, including a distinct sound for each of the following: a danger horn (for regular traffic purposes), a sound horn (to be part of the “road conversation”), and a “great job” horn (to let people know when they do a kick-ass job at parallel parking and other such things).

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