Feb 12, 2007

who does this?!?!?

first off...i got a new car in december because i got in a wreck and my old car was no good. a brand spanking new car~2007~never had a new car in my life. needless to say, i love it! anyway...

so i tweaked my back on saturday. i had to call in sick at work sunday and monday because i couldn't move without being in pain. so i've been home for the past two days...haven't gone anywhere in my car, it's been sitting in my garage. so i head out today cause i had to go get some groceries and more ibuprofen (who runs out when they need it most????) i'm minding my own business and i look in the side mirror so i can change lanes. then i see it...all nasty and disgusting...along the whole passenger side of my BRAND NEW jeep...some little punk decided they needed to egg my car. so i pull over (how handy that there are 4 car washes on this particular street i'm on) into a car wash. i get out to look and the grossness of it all. whoever did it, either knew the right place to make the biggest mess or they got pretty damn lucky. they hit right where the window meets the metal of the door above the door handle. so the nasty, has to be at least two days old, dry crusty egg is encrusted in the rubber between the window and the door and the moulding on the door. this is the yolk. it's very yellow and very vile. i wanted to puke. then all down the door is the rest of the egg. you can see the path that it ran as it was dripping. i was so grossed out. so i figure i'm at the car wash, i'll just wash my car and get rid of it. so i go through the automatic wash and drive away. when i get to the grocery store, i see that the car wash didn't even touch the nasty dry mess. it's still on there. even worse, there is some shell stuck to my car! ARGH!!! so then i had to go back to the car wash and wash it by hand and use the power sprayer to try and get that crap off the mounding and out of the cracks.

i just don't get it. why do people have to do crap like that???

4 peeps have to say:

nisha said...

That's just mean and utterly rude! My sympathies go out to as I understand it's not easy to remove dried eggy-goo off any surface. Try using a solution of one-half white vinegar and one-half warm water, it should help dissolve it. BTW, I'm a newbie to your blog, love what you do with your cards, it's very inspiring! ;) http://www.ehow.com/how_155871_wash-egg-car.html

shuggy said...

thanks for the tip! i think i got most of the stuff off!! and thanks for the compliment!!

Julie said...

What a bunch of damn hooligans!

Thanh said...

UGH... Im sorry Angie! But its all clean now right? I hate pranksters like that.