Monday, November 20, 2006

Just married.


A friend of mine saw these cars the other day in the Cardinal stadium parking lot. The little voice on my right shoulder is appalled. The little voice on my left shoulder thinks I should go wander around the parking lot with a white grease pen.

7 comments:

The Headmaster said...

Dear Aubrey

So is one the bride and the other is the groom?

Confused in Cali

Capt. Monterey Jack said...

So did the bride and groom go to a football game for their honeymoon? If so, why did they drive separate? Is the car on the left calling the readers stupid? - like duh, were just married... or is it saying that the driver just married a stupid person. If so, wouldn't the car on the right be stupid and not the car on the left. So in essence, is the driver in the red car actually saying that he/she is stupid and with him/herself?

I expect a full report on my desk by this evening and it better not imply that I am "stupid" - because I wasn't there and I don't own either of those cars.

-Management

Judson said...

i don't get it. all i know is that nobody writes that stuff on my car because, well, it's a volvo. which pretty much makes me the smartest person in the entire world.

Cameron said...

Obviously the red car saw the "just married" suv, and decided to get the white grease pen out of the glove box and play a little joke.

Capt. Monterey Jack said...

I am convinced this is all part of a Bosnian car theft ring. After some zooming in and careful analysis I've come to the conclusion that the SUV does not have a license plate, nor does it have a temporary one in the window. I am starting to think the writing on the cars was meant to distract us all from noticing the crimes that are taking place right under our noses.

Aubrey said...

You win, Captain. I'm not sure what you win, but you definitely win.

Cameron said...

I have an old license plate he can have.