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Thursday, July 11, 2013

Okay so now here's the joke..............

you know how "old folks" are always being depicted as not being able to find their cars in a parking lot?????? You've seen them. Glazed eyes roaming the parking lot hoping that the car will grow arms and wave at them. And these folks have probably had their cars for a couple (a million) years.

Well Mr. and Mrs. Cuckoo went to the market to pick up some things for GK to have for her overnight with her bestie Bella. Keep in mind that Mr. Cuckoo works for a car rental agency and never brings the same car home two nights in a row. Secretly I think our neighbors think we're selling illegal something out of the house because of all the out of state visitors we have (wink, wink) but that's another post.

Anyway, the Mr. and I walk out and kinda give each other a giggle. Where are we parked? I'll see you that remark and raise you a what in the hell did we drive said I. We did a bit of the old people stare and then smartie britches set off the personal "help me" button and the car began to play Marco Polo in the parking lot with us.

The End.


  1. when I still had my volvo I never had trouble finding it. It was always the only Volvo around that had a canoe rack on top.

  2. You crack me up!! I can't tell you how many times I've been through this and I drove the same care for 15 years. In my defense where I shop there are huge parking lots. ;0)

  3. Ha.. I can just see it. And I know I would do the same.. if I had a car. ;)

  4. I've lost quite a few cars in parking lots so now I always make a point of remembering where I parked. I can't remember why I went to the mall but I do remember where I parked.

  5. This is so funny! I have to tell you Oma Linda, I have set off my "help me" button a couple of times too ;o) Hugs ;o)

  6. Our old neighbor worked at a car dealership and brought home new cars all the time (like weekly). We thought he was a repo man until we met him and learned the truth. It was hilarious.

    As for losing your car. I do that all the time and I've had my car for 9 years. We've nicknamed it the Shapeshifter. Anywho, I hit my alarm button to find it.


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