“Ghetto” Defined.

You’ve heard of the moving company “Two Guys and a Truck” right?

Well, how about “Two Guys and a Caddy”?

Yes, this disaster was shadowing me all the way home during my drive yesterday.  Thank goodness I was able to iPhone this picture at a stoplight.  The whole time I was thinking “How ghettacular!”

I was also thinking, “Oh, the poor CAR!”

Moving this many mattresses on the roof of a car is never a good idea, even if you have a tank-illac like this one. The weight of the mattresses (along with the weight of the individuals in the back seat) was totally maxing out the suspension capability of the car.

Every bump and stoplight set off a series of squeals, clunks, scrapes, and grinding noises.  I had to dash ahead of them after awhile because I couldn’t stand watching it anymore.

I just hope they made it to their new crack house in one piece!

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Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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6 Responses to “Ghetto” Defined.

  1. Shel says:

    Love it — you need to see Memphis — we are ghetto incarnate… We see stuff like this all the time. It is not at all unusual to fine a recliner in the middle of the skreet. If I see anyting funny here in Ghettoland, I will forward …

  2. John says:

    Years ago a friend of mine told me about driving along the Pulaski Skyway in north Jersey on a miserable rainy day. That road is elevated WAY above the ground. There was a car plodding along with a mattress on top (moving a mattress in the rain? Uh-oh). A big gust of wind came along, the mattress broke free, and sailed into the air – and over the side.

    Somewhere a hundred feet below, I hope nobody was standing in the backyard when the mattress landed.

    More gruesomely, i remember reading about some poor neighborhood (I think somewhere in Ohio) that was under a road that was the suicide spot of choice. So they had dead bodies falling into their neighborhood with frightening regularity.

  3. bstewart23 says:

    If I could be sure that the yellow cords strapping the mattresses to the Caddy were actually police CAUTION tape, I’d say you took the photo in Toronto.

  4. Mark in DE says:


    Mark 🙂

  5. dirkmancuso says:

    I suddenly have a sinking feeling that there is a pic on the net somewhere of me moving my queen sized mattresses on top of my Saturn Aura…

  6. Zack says:

    I particularly love the Chevrolet truck wheels they’ve “upgraded” to …

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