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A few months ago my next door neighbor came home with a new black Volkswagen Beetle. Well, I do believe it was used, but only slightly.
First thing he did was begin to disassemble it and clean every. single. inch. of it. I mean meticulously with a toothbrush and every cleaning product known to man. New things were installed. GPS system, radar detector, stereo, etc.
All this we could see from the window in our breakfast area. The door panels were removed, the seats, the dashboard, the back where the engine is found was always open and the boot on the other end was more often than not as well.
This went on for MONTHS, literally. Every single day, as soon as he got home from work and almost all day on weekends.
Finally, we were at a wedding reception, curiosity got the better of me and I asked his wife, “So eh…. what’s up with the new bug? This elicited a huge eye roll and she asked me if I remembered Tim the Toolman on Home Improvement.
She then asked me if I remembered how nothing was ever good enough just normal and working correctly. It could always be improved upon and souped up. She said this was her husband and there was absolutely nothing wrong with that car and once he started taking the door panels off he messed up something in the anti-theft area and the car wouldn’t start anymore. He finally talked to someone at a Volkswagen dealership that explained that he would have to have it towed in and they would have to call Germany and have it “reset”.
The other ladies and I died laughing. I know we had all been wondering the same thing. She said God only knows how much money he had spent on that thing just tinkering around and breaking stuff.
For your viewing pleasure, (And just cause I think they’re so darn cute!), here are a couple of more I’ve seen around here!
Free Toes, everybody!