Not even the tank? That's awful!
And this goes for office chairs, too...if someone borrows yours and adjusts the hell out of it...shouldn't they be responsible for re-adjusting it?
Now... That's a nasty challenge for me. What sort of a burglar alarm does your car have, exactly?
I count this one as a cock-block.
It's my pet hen, Margaret. Can't you tell the difference, you silly old cock?
Where is it???? I'd steal the Rottweilers. :) Love Rotts...
We lost ours last January. Going to will wait till we retire in a couple years before we get another.
I know where you are at and it will be a tough time for you. . We lost our last two Rotts at 10 and 11. It appears like that's about the average life span. After having a Rott in the house for the past 21 years, the home is just not complete anymore.
What sort of a burglar alarm do you have, Mark?
Thank you, I will borrow your vehicle the next time I'm around there.
It's a courteous gesture, and I appreciate it .... but they are rarely able to get it just right, so it's not really an issue for me. I will need to adjust it either way.
I don't mind when the family borrows it and leaves the seat forward. I get irritated when they return it empty.
That's something very important to just give someone