June 18, 2009

How to know if your car is falling apart

- Bailing twine is somehow holding it together in some places that screws and bolts are needed. The twine is quickly replaced by duct tape.

- People can hear your car whistling from miles away.

- Individuals walking down the side of the road are going faster than you.

- You fill up on oil more often than you fill up on gas.

- You can't tell if your engine is running or a grown tiger is being killed under the hood.

- Your check engine light has been on so long it's burnt an outline on the plastic cover.

- Children mistake your car for a thunderstorm rolling in.

- You can't determine what model your car is through the smoke.

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