Friday, January 7, 2011

Most Boring Post Yet? Perhaps.

I got pulled over last night because the car I was driving (belonging to my mother) had an expired registration & inspection sticker. I've been driving it since I moved to Raleigh because my Focus was on its last leg & my parents didn't want me to explode. However, they told me I didn't need to take care of anything until January. Turns out they were wrong.

I thought about it earlier this week about how I needed to get it done so I texted my mom, who told my dad, who texted me, saying it was actually December. Lovely. I have been working from early morning until late afternoon this whole week (until today) so I haven't had time to get it done. While I was leaving my small group at church I saw a cop next to me, & I knew what was going to happen.

And it did.

Luckily he was nice, young, & possibly flirting with me. I told him the truth, & that I was going to go tomorrow (today) & get it inspected. He let me leave.

I got it inspected today & passed. Accidently. He said he didn't mean to pass me since the metal was showing on one of the tires. Oops. So I got 2 new tires today when I came home to visit my parents.

I also almost brought The Rage on a lady who worked at Wal-Mart but that story won't translate well to blog.

I also realized that quite a few of the people at Wal-Mart today looked like they had Down's Syndrome on top of their typical slow appearances.

Also, Verizon can suck a fat one. That's a different post altogether.

Could this be my most boring, rambling post ever? Perhaps. I'm a terrible blogger.

4 comments:

Aubree said...

this walmart rage intrigues me.

and ten bucks says the cop was flirting with you.

Penny Lane said...

Naturally the cop was flirting with you....

But, more so, I don't think it is the most boring post ever. You have left us with a cliff hanger as to why Verizon can suck a fat one, and what happened at Wal Mart.

Caleb said...

If you're ever unsure of whether your story is interesting or not, just add "And then I found $20!" to the end of it.

Andrew said...

Caleb, I do say that sometimes. Another good one is to end with, "And then I stabbed him!"

Penny & Aubree, I guess this means I will have to do a post about Verizon & Wal-Mart next, eh?