What I Learned This Week

If you get one of those new-fangled cars that have one of those video thingies that lets you look in the back, it's best to use it. (Especially if said car is a week old.) So you don't run into your old car parked in the driveway.

But if you do forget to look on your video screen on the dashboard and do run into your old car, get a rag and Sofscrub and wipe off the paint off of both cars.

Not that you'd be trying to hide it from the Hubs or anything. I'm just sayin'.

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Wendy said...

Wow, can you believe that they'd sell you a car with scratched paint like that? ;o)

Lora said...

I can't believe someone hit your brand new car at the Acme and didn't even leave a note.

blackbelt said...


Musings of a Housewife said...

You did NOT.

rosemary said...

Now that we live in Virginia and I drive again it is only a matter of time (seconds or minutes) until I do something very similar to this. I come from a long line of terrible drivers. My mother once hit a lamp-post in an empty parking lot. It was literally the only thing in a sea of pavement and it had a floodlight on top. These are my people.

blackbelt said...

LOL! I guess that shouldn't be funny...but I'm chuckling here! And by the way - I am NOT a bad drive!! ;-)