If I had that parked out front, there would be no room for anyone else in this here cul-de-sac!
But what IS it? That moon buggy thing it's carrying-- what's that used for on your planet over there?
GRANNYMAR: Just think you could have the place to your self...JENNY: That is a National Guard transport truck, with a Kalifornia special illegals border transporter device. Hot item on the brown market!
I like the Duce-and-a-half. They can go anywhere and haul anything.
They're show off, aren't they?
LL: True, well maybe not goats.CW: Yep, they sure are! hmmm I would bet that it doesn't have an alarm...
What a muscle car. Guess I'd have to join up to get one. I'll stick with my tiny pick up.
That's no Scout but I like it! Makes the neighborhood feel secure.
At least you know that your neighbors aren't one of those namby-pamby "Coexist" nuts.
ah hah-- those coexist bumper stickers are EVERYWHERE here! B, I can send you one! I've heard of this great prank idea...
I put 20,000 miles on one of those.
LOL, ask to borrow the 'little' one... :-)
ARKANSAS PATTI: It would be fun to take it for a drive though!LOU: Damn straight it does!EURIPIDIES: I have only seen one of those stickers here on a Portlandiaer's car passing thru to Frisco.JENNY: Thanks but it would not be wise to have one of those here, which is fine with me! You can send me the prank.ODIE: Guess the suspension is kinder than I thought...OLD NFO: Nope, I would like to drive the big one though.
:) I don't recommend it for your own car-- I was thinking a covert operation where you put the sticker on that truck in the stealth of night... Bonus points if you could manage to hide a camera to record their reaction...
JENNY: Think we need LL's guidance with this mission so we get it right!
Little one is MORE fun, trust me! :-)
OLD NFO: Yes, Sir.
Yikes! At least it wasn't a tank.
I could grind those old gears.
GRANNY ANNIE: LOL, the tank is three blocks over.LL: Shotgun!
The suspension was not kinder, I was almost 50 years younger.
ODIE: You would have been a baby then!