The 2007 Buick LaCrosse CX in Glacier Blue (oooohhh...aaaahhh)
Long story short, no car, no SSN, parents leaving tomorrow, no car, too much work to do.
Funny story about the car. My friends and I went down to Niagara in April for my friend's "Bachelorette's Day Out" before she got married, and I went to rent a car for the trip and ended up (after a lot of haggling) with the 2006 version of this in some other colour (girls, do you remember? Goldish brown?) and I really loved driving it...so much that I thought about keeping it one extra day for myself. And voila, now I have it (almost...)
Alright, not so much a funny story then..a story.
People with younger siblings...please relate. Why must they take randomly use your things and either:
(a)never return the item, (b) break the item (c)break the item, neglect to tell you and never return it until you go mad tearing around the house looking for it because you now desperately need it (!!!).
Oh and did I mention that the best part of all this is that they never ask or at least inform you that they are
using, borrowing, taking said item, so that you really have no idea whether you've lost your mind and have misplaced the item yourself, or that you never had it to begin with and just imagined buying it. Maybe it's a middle child thing?
Oh yes buddy, this means you. I know you occassionally stumble onto this blog to catch up on my rants, so I am publicly putting you on notice (it's what Colbert would've done). I'm not even in the same country as you and it's still happening!!!
In short, give me back my umbrella or there will be no end to the consequences you will see (I have the law to back me up now too). I distinctly remember buying you an umbrella a few months ago. I expect it's now floating around in some void along with my Adidas bag, headphones, iPod, ER Seasone 1 DVD, and God knows what else)
(P.S. Just so you know, one of the many consequences being that I will make sure to spoil the whole upcoming season of Lost for you. You know I'd do it too, even if it means ruining it for me. Don't make resort to it. It won't be pretty.)
Had to do that one. It's the only way the kids these days learn, hit 'em where it hurts most - TV. Alright. That's it for me now. For anyone looking to de-stress, I have to say blogging is definitely one way to do it. If anything it keeps you distracted from your Torts book for awhile.
P.P.S. Did I mention, no car?
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