Crunch Tuesday October 3, 2006, 9 comments

The moral of this fable is to never go to bed angry with the ones you love.

Jetta bang

Jetta bang


Comments

Dug Tuesday October 3, 2006


That has to be the worst ‘Pimp My Ride’ job I have ever seen.

Everyone okay?

Jeff Tuesday October 3, 2006


oooh it was diesel. Seriously hope everyone is ok.

Adrian Tuesday October 3, 2006


My dad was the only person in the car. He’s okay. Perhaps a bit stiff, but okay.

K Tuesday October 3, 2006


Ouch! I hope your Dad is well!
What happened?

Adrian Wednesday October 4, 2006


The car in front of my dad was trying to make a left turn, so my dad had stopped. The car behind him didn’t, and hit him at 80km/h.

Dave Simon Wednesday October 4, 2006


Good to know that your dad is ok.
Wrecks suck.

I had a 2000 Passat that was the same color as that Jetta. I miss it. :(

barry Wednesday October 4, 2006


whoa, i add my thoughts and concern for your dad and hope there are no complications

but, bed…angry…loves? fable? i’m missing some pieces…

hope you are well too dear adrian

b

Jorge Wednesday October 4, 2006


Hey dude.
Hope all is well with your dad.

I’m assuming his stubbornness will extend a field of protection around his body in these cases.
:)

chris Thursday October 5, 2006


dang. just…. dang.
glad that your dad is OK. thoughts are with you and your family, d00d.
~c

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