Examining the disconnect between perception and reality
You know you love the flick "Better off Dead".We do know it! ;)To this day, if we are about to eat TV dinners one of us will often say, "It's got corn in it. You like corn. Remember?"Never gets old. Best Christmas present ever! Hahaha!(If memory serves, it's not a direct quote from the movie, but it certainly conveys the spirit. ;))
Ah Mark, never one to miss an obscure reference!
Great find GYSC, I'm enjoying the link immensely, even showed it to the missus since she is a huge Camaro/John Cusack fan (yeah she is always saying "Hey lets trade your Mustang in for a Camaro!") @ Mark, too funny!
You know, GYC, years ago, when I was teaching junior hight, there was this counselor who bought, restored and sold Corvettes on the side. He must have made a lot of money doing that, because he drove an S-class Mercedes sports coupe convertible.He took me to lunch once, and I have to tell you that was the finest car I've ever ridden in. Even better than my father's 76 Stingray that I took to the beach without permission.Believe it or not, the best car I ever owned was a Jeep. It was silver, and I had a friend who had a dual buffer. We would polish that car so that it would shine. When I took it to the beach, girls would climb in and out of it. I got laid more with that jeep than any car I've ever owned.What I am saying, GYC, is that your car is your identity. I know that your intention is not to get laid, because you are happily married. I'm just saying, as Steven McQueen said, "You are what you drive."
In any remake the paperboy would be demanding "I want my twenty dollars!".
I've never seen this movie. Looks like a good one. But I do love that Camaro!
Gawains,I am a firm believer that one's car says a lot about the person. Always have.
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