Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Conversations with my Car

For those of you on the east coast, you know its been crazy unseasonably cold lately. I recently had this conversation with my car.















Luckily, my car and I got to work in one piece. But car was NOT happy.

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  1. That's funny. I'm happy to know I'm not the only one who talks to their car. "C'mon, baby, almost there, chug a little bit further. You can make it. Awwww screw you, Car! Run off with that skanky Accord you've had your headlights on! You think I can't get a Lexus? You think you're too good for me? I'm too good for you! I only stay with you because of all the mileage we've put in together!" Hmmm I may be working out some other issues.

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  2. So, I feel like I have to ask what everyone else is thinking - do you really have a Barbie purple car, or was this creative liberty used? Also, have you ever considered getting a truck? You know, the one with those huge "fuck you" tires that chew up potholes, and not the other way around?

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    1. There is possibly some creative liberty. I believe I colored it my dream car color, versus my actual car color.

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  3. Do not bring your car to Alberta.

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  4. You need to move to an apartment that has a garage. It's that simple. Willy Dunne Wooters lives in an apartment. He has a garage. He doesn't keep his car in it. I think it's full of junk. My garage has a car in it, but it's Favorite Young Man's red Porsche, not my poor little Nissan Sentra.

    Love,
    Janie

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  5. I would also like to know if your car is Barbie purple.

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  6. That’s the kind of conversation anyone wouldn’t want to have with their cars, especially if the car is a glossy pinky purple like that. The weather has been pretty cold lately, so you better know how to winterize your car to avoid this kind of car dialogue with her. Jamie, Georgetown Exxon

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  7. That conversation was very entertaining, but not when it's happening to you at this moment. At least next time, you already know that you need to have the oil changed just before the cold weather sets in. In fact, it wouldn't be a bad idea to just do a routine maintenance around that time. Drive safe!

    Damon Sherman @ Butler Auto Hyundai

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