I'm not actually sure what kind of car they drive, but the in-laws have arrived.
At one point in recent history they did have a red Buick Regal, but not only am I pretty unobservant when it comes to cars that I don't have keys for, I have trouble keeping up.
Those two change cars like I change my story.
To my FIL, a flat tire is a sign of vehicular degradation and if it comes on the heels of a carpet stain, it is an immediate ticket to the trade-in lot.
I can tell you that their current car is white, it is something from the Cadillackish league and it is parked in MY spot.
Which leads me to my question of the day; Why do the more expensive cars have numbers and letters instead of words as their model names? Have you noticed that? Almost without exception, the higher end car lines use some combination involving X, R, S, 4, 5, or 0 as their model names.
This was driving me seriously batshit on the drive in this morning.
Why is there no Mercedes Malibu or BMW Beetle?
I, don't usually subscribe to conpiracy theories but I suspect it might be to keep oblivious people like me out of the luxury car market.
If I can't remember the name of it, how am I ever going to buy it?
In my humble opinion, the worst car choice name EV-ER?
The Volkswagen Touareg.
WTH is that anyway? Tell me, if you were going to sink $50k into an SUV would you pick one with that name or one called Porche Cayenne? As I understand it, they are the same vehicle... but Touareg?
Sounds like something Texans use to clean their shoes.
'Cain you all toss me that Toh-Rag so ah can wahp the cowpiah offa mah bewts?'*
Have a most excellent weekend. And watch out for cowpies.
Peace, Love, Poor-sha!
*Offended Touareg owners and Texans, be aware that it is Friday, this blogowner is under extreme pressure from work deadlines and In-law visitation and as usual has her basic bitch-0n. Therefore she cannot be held responsible for offensive ramblings at this time. Or any time really.
AND WTH is up with the spacing (or LACK of) on this???