Stromer ad in SWISS airline magazine

bluecat

Well-Known Member
"The Swiss driving experience.

Feel the power of riding a Stromer e-bike. You can’t help but smile as you take the fast lane and leave the rest behind in style. And at the same time you’re doing something for yourself. Stromer - A new era in commuting has just begun."

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Found into the current board magazine from SWISS airlines - but with lack in knowledge, I can't understand, what this sentence means: "You can’t help but smile as you take the fast lane and leave the rest behind in style." Any clarifications possible?
 

Jim123

Member
A simple way to understand it is "You can't help but smile" means the "bicycle forces you to smile " as JayVee was saying. "..in style" means that your "appearance looks decorative" while you ride past people. I wrote a reply to a New Zealand bulletin member and tried to use commonly defined words. The very type of "sayings" that you bluecat had trouble with are what I tried to avoid, makes the post less "colorful" but is plainer to understand. I know New Zealand speaks English but the "catch phrases" can be different.