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    dots Submission Name: Pete's Owner Must Diedots

    Author: misschalloner
    ASL Info:    24.F.CA
    Elite Ratio:    6.28 - 45/42/24
    Words: 119
    Class/Type: Poetry/Angry
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    dotsPete's Owner Must Diedots

    Sure, they have their uses.
    Such machines achieve, usually, point a to point b.
    Provision of luxuries such as heating, cooling, auditory pleasure, and who can forget the magnificent cup holders!
    Yes, indeed, what beneficial and arguably gorgeous at times machines.
    One is evil.
    With its particular ruby color, its bizarre new age shell, and horrid turning radius - this reminder of hell sends shivers.
    Caring enough, I would name it "pete".
    >slight momentary smile< -and it dies, so quickly.
    These memories are too much!
    Those crumb-infested comfy seats complimented with an overly cluttered dashboard and such.
    An obvious impact, yet foolish.
    Pete, you are innocent in all of your ruby glory.
    Too bad you are who drives you.

    Submitted on 2009-11-21 01:57:47     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Quirky. This is ridiculously quirky, and why I'm drawn to it. I mean, a car named Pete? Hehe, that's hilarious.

    And I agree with you about the whole point a to b situation -- it's funny how everything can become an extension of one's own ego and persona...

    Anyway, just a short note of appreciation.
    | Posted on 2009-11-22 00:00:00 | by trinityfinger | [ Reply to This ]

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