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  Enslaved  |  36

Rain doesn't just bring harmless water. It also brings mud. Next time it rains, and you enter your house, take a good look at the big mess in your foyer! Then break out the towels and mop. :P

  jameen  |  11

#46- hypothetically, if it was a convertible and the mother didn't know how to put the top up, she would still drive it home, thus the car would still be wet, so there was no reason for op to get out the car if your reasoning is true. Unless she was already at home...

  Bcfrmkc816  |  17

How does that not make sense? Go back to your lite weights if she can't get the top up the inside would be ruined therefore not wanting to get her car wet.

  fareith  |  15

When my dad first bought his brand new supercar, he would not take it out at all, unless it was a bright sunny day. I ended up having to sleep over at friends houses many times because of it. Luckily, I have gotten my license since those dark times.

  mydadpulledout  |  17

I work at a car wash and know tons of people that wouldn't want their new car out in the rain before it got a good wash and protective coat put on it. Kind of a dick move but still.

By  NickaPLZ  |  26

I feel her pain. That new velvet exterior job they're doing now is some delicate shit.