“We were taking a family photo for my birthday and got upstaged by the dogs.”
(submitted by Sally)
“I think this was for a passport photo about 1964. I’m the one crying. My dad had just fussed at us for something, which made me cry. He wanted to get the picture over with, and threatened to take it with me crying. Which he did, and which made me cry even more. My brother and sister were struggling not to cry as well.”
(submitted by Susan)
“This is my dad, who insisted on setting up his deer decoy that the UPS delivered while he was at work. Not having time to change, he went for a more casual look by just taking off his shirt.”
(submitted by Bailey)
“He really didn’t want to sell his beloved Subaru.”
Full disclosure, I always promised my wife that when we were ‘with child’ I would part with my beloved 2003 Subaru WRX so we could buy some minivan/SUV monstrosity with a rear window big enough to put those infuriating family stickers on. So this ad is a good faith effort. For sale: the last vestige of my youth.
Mileage: 85,000 miles. Almost all city miles. I’m everything that is bad about a WRX owner, so rest-assured that most of those 85k miles were spent at full throttle, rapidly accelerating in and out of 7-11 parking lots.
Maintenance: the car has had a few issues over the years. Oil changes ever 4-5k miles or every 6 months. Exclusively worked on by establishments that employ a spinning sign guy out front. The car rattles a bit and pulls hard to the left, just like a real NASCAR!
Other issues: cup holders are small (Japanese engineers in 2003 had no idea how far we would come.) Water pump was purchased from an Indian burial ground, so the car is slightly haunted.
See attached pictures. I’ve had multiple people email me and ask me for a better picture of the car. My response: no, but I will send you more pictures of the dents.
If you want to come by and see the car, great. It has to be a time when my wife is home so she can see that I actually put the car up. Any attempts to negotiate will result in price increases.
“Patrick was not happy about the delay!”
(submitted by Greg)