I have accumulated a great deal of knowledge over the years and it would be a crime not to share it with you.
Duly noted. This is one handy tip.
Thanks for the tip. Might come in handy someday.
Is there a story behind this, or is it just a random "FYI" kind of a thing?
I just hope this lesson wasn't learned by experience.
Click on the link, Candice
So I clicked on the link, read the story, and I'm still confused. Did he expect his girlfriend to still be his girlfriend after he'd crapped in her car? I've said it before and I'll say it again: People are crazy!!!
Now that's what I call doing her a solid.Well thats the way I hope it went down,or out in this case,and I'm sure Mr.Heitz agrees.
Looking on the brighte side, the kid was trying to give Desiree a homemade gift which is usually almost always appreciated.On the darker, streakier side, Desiree should probably break up with this dude. He doesn't seem to like her very much if his homemade gift to her is crap.
A most excellent point.
Link doesn't work anymore, but even without an accompanying story, hilarious.In fact, it might be even funnier completely out of context.The next time I am at a dinner party, this is how I'm going to break the ice with somebody, without explaining to them why I said it. "They say that... "
The LC Sun News got it wrong (they aren't very accurate). It was an ex-girlfriend. They got in a fight, broke up and it was a revenge thing on the boyfriend's part. Unfortunately, for the owner of the car, the revenge attack was on the wrong car.
A friend of the family mistook her husband's car with some woman's, found a pair of panties inside, and hilarity ensued. Lots of yelling, threats of divorce (met with utter confusion), followed by lots of apologies and probably some 'reparations'.
Oh, the good old porta john
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