My wife wrecked my truck. I knew I should have told she could not drive it.
The good thing is she was not hurt and she did not kill the other drivers
for hitting my truck. It was not her fault but none the less the whole
driver's side of my truck needs to be repaired. The estimate from the body
shop is around $4700 dollars.
She feels so bad about it, I trying to think what accessories I want for my
truck that she can get while at work from the dealership to make up for
being in the wrong place at the wrong time. I already have the running
boards, two inch trailer receiver and 7 wire trailer wiring, and easy down
tailgate assist. Maybe I can get her to order a new radio with the GPS
built in to drown her sorrows.
Suddenly, without warning, Licker exclaimed (8/12/2009 3:51 PM):
If it wasn't her fault, then SHE did NOT wreck your truck, and why are
you making her pay? When my husband damaged *my* truck (he backed it
into a parked vehicle), he paid for the damage, but I didn't expect him
to pay for any extra toys I could damn well buy myself!
Do I smell a troll?
She will get it all back and then some when she wakes up and dumps
your sorry butt.
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2003 Dodge 1500 QC SB Hemi, A/T, Tow Package, 3.92 gears (11 mpg Towing)
2001 Aerolite 21RDB 21ft TT (Scales 2900 dry)
My husband blamed me because the ruby fell out of my ring. He blamed
me for just about everything. It's that kind of stupid thinking and blaming
that will kill you. He died from disease, but I think it was from his
really bad negative attitude about everything. A real piss ant, he was.
You sound the same way.
Dear dog, I'd buy my wife dinner out every night for a week if she
would do that for me... No such luck.
Now, not only do I have to constantly replace suspension/frontend
components, I see massive rust underneath when it is up on the lift!
Crap, a 2004 truck and it looks 15 years old underside.
Care to loan your wife out for a few hours? (Only driving, only
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