4 Replies to “Convertible”

  1. re:#1 – Oh good, I’m not the only one who thinks things like that!
    #2 – not me- I’m such a freak magnet, I’m ususally avoiding eye contact and hoping that nobody will talk to me. I’m usually hoping that my hair hasn’t fashioned itself into some bizarre geometric shape I can’t see or repair.
    (I learned to drive on a 1976 TR6 convertible…was fun, but my dad sold it b/c “British cars are great, if you don’t mind waiting a month for the parts to come in when it breaks down twice a week.”)

  2. re:#1 – Oh good, I’m not the only one who thinks things like that!
    #2 – not me- I’m such a freak magnet, I’m ususally avoiding eye contact and hoping that nobody will talk to me. I’m usually hoping that my hair hasn’t fashioned itself into some bizarre geometric shape I can’t see or repair.
    (I learned to drive on a 1976 TR6 convertible…was fun, but my dad sold it b/c “British cars are great, if you don’t mind waiting a month for the parts to come in when it breaks down twice a week.”)

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