Displaying one's SAT score, even a perfect one, skillfully demonstrates both nerdiness and social ineptitude.
Obviously, a huge fan of Nicholas Cage.
I never really thought about it, but I wouldn't have guessed that Superman drove an Acura.
It's a cat blog, except I don't have a cat.
Anyone who calls themselves an expert in social media is either mistaken or a liar.
Living in North Carolina I have known for years and years that Virginian's loved vanity plates. I don't really understand why, I personally think the plates cost too much and so a waste of $$$$.
I have a few here:
Kathy -- Hey, it's only $10 bucks a year. Me, I prefer plausible deniability and anonymity, even though my car is a little distinctive (not too many red P5s on the road).
Shawn -- Nice collection.
A lot of good that SAT score did the driver of the first car; he/she still wasn't smart enough to by a decent car!
I, too, was foolish enough to buy a GM car once (the shame!) but at least I didn't spend $30,000 plus on one.
After my experiences with my 1999 Buick Century with less than 65,000miles and the stories of others who made the GM mistake, I have come to realize that everything General Motors makes is assembled using Legos and paper mache.
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