Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Parking


I've been attending a class this week near Perimeter Mall. At lunch break I went over to eat at the Mall's food court. On my way out of the mall, I am walking across the parking lot (wearing chaps and a leather jacket mind you) to where Rosie was parked on the yellow hash marks in front of a light pole when a Hummer stops next to me and rolls the window down. A young lady inquired, "Where are you parked?" I smiled and said, "Just at the end of this row." She slammed the gas gusseling dinosaur killing mega-HUV in reverse and backed to the end of the row and waited for me.

I walked to where Rosie was waiting, put my coke in the cup holder and smiled. I heard the overgrown metal cage slam into drive and chirp a tire as she headed off to find a parking spot she could fit the wildebeest.

I rode off laughing and thinking....



"I sure love riding motorcycles!"

9 comments:

Aaron said...

Oh, I thought she was gonna give you a ride. :P

Mr. Motorcycle said...

Oh, you're a horses Arse! I love it!
Way funny!

FLHX_Dave said...

Heh. I think it should be a requirment to have a special endorsement on your license to drive a Hummer.

Mr. Motorcycle said...

Best license plate I ever saw was on a Hummer.

It was "GIMMEA"

Of course on a HUMMER's back bumper, which sits just below the rear license plate, the word HUMMER is embedded into the plastic on the bumper.

Thus insinuating "Give me a hummer."
LOL! I can't believe they got away with it!

IowaHarleyGirl (Stephanie) said...

LOL that is toooooooooo funny!

Wow...Mr. M...you are so creative! LMAO!!!

Lady Ridesalot said...

Sounds like a little sweet justice against those huge creatures. Funny!

Kano said...

If I had a Hummer I would park it permanantly with a for sale sign in the window.

irondad said...

The really funny part is that you were wearing the gear. Did she think you had it on in case you tripped in the parking lot? Goes to show that a person doesn't need to be smart to drive a hummer, just be able to make the payments.

Giest said...

Nothing like being able to park practically anywhere!