Thursday, October 28, 2010

Rated PG for language

I was driving home from grocery shopping with the girls a couple of evenings ago. The radio was on, but I wasn't listening -- my mind was far away, already thinking of the other things I had to do once the groceries were put away and the children in bed.

Leah: Why did he use that word?

Me: (coming out of my reverie) What?

Leah: He just said a bad word on that commercial.

Me: (listening now to the tail end of a car dealership ad) Really? What did he say?

Leah: He said, "no-asshole financing."

Me: (nearly driving off the road, laughing) Oh, honey, I'm pretty sure he said "no-hassle financing."

Leah: (laughing along with me) I guess that makes more sense. Otherwise, they wouldn't give financing to people who are... you know...

It's probably a good thing that there isn't any no-asshole financing. If there were, I can think of a few people I know who wouldn't have cars.


  1. Oh, that was good. Pete and I both laughing over this one.

  2. *sigh*

    Pete and I ARE both laughing over this one.

  3. Well done for not crashing! :-)

  4. Anonymous9:59 AM

    Wow, wouldn't that be great! No more traffic jams.

    - Jazz

  5. That one gave me a good laugh - how did you manage to get your radio working again?

  6. yeah, i think that's what it SHOULD have said. makes more sense.