Friday brought to a close one of the most stressful weeks I’ve had in some time. I want to make a point to say that it wasn’t the bad kind of stress, but rather the driving kind that causes you to do really good work. All of that to say I had decided early on in the afternoon that I would be making a stop off on the way home at our local grocery store for a take and bake pizza and our beverages of choice. I hit the door at as close to 5:00pm as possible (which was actually closer to 6:00pm). Anyhow, I got to the grocery with a goal of record time and I was successful. I was in and out in about five minutes.
Back in the parking lot, I am in route to little Annie (My red, 14 year old ford) when I am stopped in my tracks. Parked next to my car is THIS!!! I honestly laughed out loud.
Note to Reader: I do work for the largest after market automotive parts retailer, but by no means am I what you would call a “Car Girl”. Don‘t get me wrong, I like cars, and I know the basics… but… well… beyond basic stuff I rely on my husband, and friends, or I just leave it to the experts. All of this to say, even with the little car knowledge that I have, I am almost positive that there isn’t a practical reason to do this to your car.
Additional Note to Reader: Did you notice that this car is actually taller than the SUV beside it. HA!!!
Note to the owner of this car: Please pardon me for making fun of your ride, but SERIOUSLY!!!??? What on earth were you thinking!!!??? I bet you are paying at least twice what I am on your weekly gas bill? And don’t even try to say this is a “hybrid”. When they said “Go Green” this was not what they were talking about. Even if you are totally cool with, or can just deal with the color, what the heck possessed you to jack your pea green town car up onto monster truck tires? Thanks for the laugh!
Till next time,