Comments: Panic Button...

But being evil is so much fun...

Posted by Laughing Wolf on January 30, 2006 06:21 PM

BAHAHAHA, I would have loved to see the look on her face.

Posted by Contagion on January 30, 2006 06:26 PM

You did say Bananna Republic, and Gap bags right? Not a couple of cases of beer?

How can folks forget where they parked. Especially when they're not F'd up. Methinks she needeth somethin' more then a panic button.

Something from the Wizard of Oz comes to mind... wasn't it the Scarecrow who said it?

I've misplaced my vehicle before, but, hey, my "mood was altered"... after a Black Sabbath concert... My buddy's was too. He didn't know either. Simple mistake, we'd left the building on the "other side"...

Posted by RedNeck on January 30, 2006 06:54 PM

I would have jumped out of my frickin' skin! Good Lord. And I would have died 9 deaths that someone witnessed me searching for my 'lost car'.

Redneck- It's a sickness. It is. I have to park in the same place every single time or I forget where I parked. It makes my boys nuts. My eldest has started to tease me about it.

I've not pushed the panic button as God only knows I don't want to draw any more attention to my absentmindedness, but I have surely hit the unlock button, looking to see if I see any tail lights flick on and off... and listening for that beep.

Posted by Bou on January 30, 2006 07:45 PM

.... hey, I am not scary.... she must have just been very, VERY highly strung.....

Posted by Eric on January 30, 2006 08:12 PM

I'm thinking that you unwittingly aided and abetted a shoplifting. Then again, I'm from Jersey.

Posted by Jim - PRS on January 30, 2006 08:16 PM

Haw. I don't know about Mrs. Lady, there, but I will tell you that the Escalade driver at the Westin in Buckhead is still trying to clean the shit off that front seat after you scared it outta him...I'm sure he had convinced himself that we were going to disembowel him and leave his steaming, urine-soaked corpse in the parking lot of Lenox Mall...

Posted by Elisson on January 30, 2006 11:35 PM

I wore my panic button out when I had a vehicle that had one. Geez, that's what happens when you try and keep up with the Jones' all starts to look the same after awhile. I mean, there was an OCEAN of white, Dodge Caravans out there. How are you supposed to know which one is yours without the panic button...well until you get the identifying dent, that is.

Posted by Kelly on January 31, 2006 08:31 AM

That's f*ckin' hillarious! I would of loved to see the look on that woman's face. Bwahahahaha!

Posted by Braden on January 31, 2006 09:56 AM

You are SO mean!

I love it!

Posted by livey on February 1, 2006 04:19 PM