I was driving & thinking about how I should start calling my car a motorcar. That led to the thought that driving must have been so much more fun when there were driving gloves, goggles & cute hats. Then I was shaken out of my driving fashion train of thought when I met my sarcastic idol. There, on the back of a shiny, black, fancy car was one of those rear windshield signs. I assumed at first that it was something like "I earned this car by selling cosmetics ask me how" Instead it said "Don't take any clothes with a dry clean only label on it to ______ dry cleaning. They will ruin it." Who wrote that? Tolstoy? How did they fit all that on their windshield? Then I just sat back & thought wow that's a lot of angst. That's the kind of angst that is so ridiculous that you just stand up & clap, or at least shake your head.
There used to be a car in town that had a lemon on it with a car dealership's name saying they didn't honor their warranty. The dealership went out of business a year later...but dry cleaning? I can't help but wonder what they had dry cleaned, a wedding dress? Maybe a shirt made out of diamonds? Seriously, who goes & has a sign professionally made & put on their car over dry cleaning? Do they switch it out when the butcher doesn't slice the ham thin enough? Do they just have a whole fleet of cars & they say "I'm mad at the cleaner today, I'll take the Beemer"? How long does the sign stay on? Do they pass it on to their children? I need details dry cleaning angst people. Switch to an SUV & tell me your story.