Wednesday, February 21, 2007

How would you rather get stranded?

` Since I am as sick as I am the morning after formatting my hard drive and starting from scratch, I haven't even gotten around to re-loading my backed-up files and such owing to the fact that I just-now got out of bed. (I also skipped school like a bad girl!)
` So, because my loyal readers have been waiting so long for me to come back, I might as well dredge up this old post.... I suppose the title sums it up; how would you rather get stranded, especially if you were driving to work?

` a: construction?

` ...b: engine parasite?

` ...c: massive flooding?

` Cast your vote now while I wash my intermittently-bleeding throat with hot TheraFlu, cold saltwater and delicious orange juice.

11 comments:

Galtron said...

I prefer the massive flooding because it not only would make a great story without my car being responsible for the death of an animal, it probably wouldn't affect my house! (But it would kill a lot more animals.)

monado said...

Construction. At least I can watch the work going on.

Besides, I'm used to it. Summer (vacation time) is also the time for all the road repairs. We call it the Brown Carpet Treatment.

S E E Quine said...

` The Brown Carpet Treatment! Ha! That's a good one! You know, I could also call ours the Green Carpet Treatment because of all the dirt that's spray-painted with green stuff to hold it in place before grass grows out of it. (I'd prefer it was purple instead of green, though.)

Joey M. said...

Cold salt water + sore, bleeding throat = mighty unpleasant.

S E E Quine said...

` Feels fine to me!

Aaron said...

I would prefer the engine parasite. I'd like to think that I could smite the filthy varmint with my trusty Leatherman.

Gareth said...

For me it would have to be a construction delay then I could breathe in the vehicle fumes and float away off into deep space sub conscious.

Galtron said...

I'm not surprised! I hear that wee folk will take any opportunity to get heavily drugged!

That's right. I know you're a leprechaun. And I'm jealous.

Gareth said...

Galtron, magic mushrooms does it all the time for me. Plenty of those growing in my little meadow underneath my rainbow :)

Galtron said...

No wonder they're magically delicious!

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