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Friday, October 10, 2008

Oh, noes!

Well, it finally happened, folks. Dolly got a small ding on the driver's door. It wasn't me! Someone did it to her. It's not too bad, though. It's really a very small dent that you can only see if the light strikes her just right and your line of vision has to be almost parallel with the surface of the door to see it. But, still...


cl. panic said...

I know the feeling!

Did it happen at work or somewhere else?

I recommend keeping a ball pien hammer in your trunk to exact revenge if possible.

Nonny Nu said...

I don't know! But, I doubt it was at work since I am a B2 Parker. But, wherever else I go, I select the roomy spaces even if I have to walk farther. UGH!

Willy Wonka said...

That is so odd, in my last e-mail from GreenThumbs she mentioned how she had an "errand" to take care of and did I know where NonnyNu had been parking Dolly.

I didn't think anything of it then, but now...

Nonny Nu said...

That bitch has gone too far this time.

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