Thursday, January 26, 2012

My blog administrator/activity director said that my mini van is on it's last leg and we need to upgrade. (Backwards, 12 years.) He called me from the kitchen (Which by the way he's unfamiliar with - it's down the hall to his right.) and he asked me what I thought of this car pictured below. He said,..."It's a great car because it only has 63,000 miles and the guy only wants $1,500 for it. He said that a little old lady drove it (To mass everyday to pray for souls and then to work in a soup kitchen - I'm sure). He asked me, "Do you like it?" I said, "What, did Huggy bear die?! I can't drive a pimp car! It'll looks like Huggy bear bequeathed it to me after some sort of drug deal gone bad. (You don't actually believe he died of an age related illness do you?) I just can't drive a car like that. I know God likes humility and all but please Dear God don't make me drive around looking like a drug trafficker and I know Dear God that you enjoy a good laugh and often at my expense so please don't make me drive a hearse either. Please?.....
Love, Belinda

4 comments:

Adrienne said...

For awhile hubby had a burgundy Cadillac with a white convertible top and white leather upholstery (1974)

We called it the pimpmobile and I got scads of attention when I drove it.

Joseph K. said...

My dad thought a good first car for me was a '79 Grand Prix in GOLD... he then thought I should put chrome mag wheels on it.

My dad didnt realize that "Hip-Hop" had taken over that "genre" of cars and that I would get somewhat sketchy looking guys make me roll down my window while driving around the Detroit area asking how much for my car.

I did meet some interesting people to say the least. It might be a good ride for ya :)

belinda said...

I hope I don't end up with a paneled station wagon either, lost in East St. Louis - Like the Grizwolds.

Nan said...

Did you say a prayer for the repose of Huggy Bear's soul? Or for his car?