i've written too many posts to count about endless downtown parking lots issues, but for once this parking lot tale doesn't involve anything happening to my little yuppie mobile.
so for as long as i've lived in the bridgeview apartment building, (four years yesterday, to be exact!), there has been a certain fixture on one of the underground parking lot levels.
to set the stage i'll give you an idea of what my parking garage looks like.
behold the lonely, creepy, dirty, hogging a good parking spot, chrysler hatchback something or other that i pass everyday
i've watched the above car for years, even before i started parking in the garage myself because georgia peach's spot was right next to this little gem back in the day.
almost daily i walk by this abandoned car and think of ridiculous stories as to how it came to its possible final resting place.
- an old man left bridgeview apartments 100K to pay for the parking spot and keep it warm for eternity
- there's a dead body in the hatchback
- it's a transformer, ya know, robots in disguise, and when no one is watching it's really a bentley
well yesterday i decided to do a little bit more investigating on this car.
there's still a license plate in the back, but according to the tag this car hasn't been street legal since november Y2K. in other news, i would take this license plate design any day over the weird farmville one ohio just instated, yuck.
i may or may not have to refrain myself more times than i care to admit from writing inappropriate things on the hood and or windshield but yesterday while taking these pictures i realized that i NEEDED to write something funny on this car.
but what should i write?
i'm going to let you guys decided.
leave a comment giving me a phrase, any phrase, to write on the car and i'll pick an awesome one to doodle on the car, and of course take a picture for proof.
awwww, my little dirty petite car, i'll decorate you up something fierce - promise.