And You Think You Have Problems #1LinerWeds

Thanks again to Lamebook.


One-Liner Wednesday is brought to you each week by Linda Hill and this station. Now a word from Oldsmobile, makers of the Cutlass Supreme Brougham. We build them around people with luxury in mind!

Compared to smaller cars today, the Olds Cutlass was huge

28 thoughts on “And You Think You Have Problems #1LinerWeds

    1. Oddly, I’ve never had a cat try to wake me like that in the middle of the night. You’d think with as many cats as we’ve had, there’d be one or two that would do that…

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    1. When I first started driving, the Cutlass was my car of choice. Sadly, GM has done away with Olds and Pontiac, but then they have Chevrolet, Buick, and Cadillac, and all the GM cars were duplicates of each other (e.g. Cutlass, Grand Prix, Regal, Impala and Coupe DeVille were all built on the same chassis), just appointed differently…

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  1. Two identical cats…love it.

    That’s how we got Mr. Kitty…sort of.

    We had a cat named Daisy. She was a tiny thing, only 6 pounds, white with gray markings. One afternoon we thought we saw Daisy playing on the back deck. It wasn’t Daisy, it was a kitten with similar markings. There’s a pond in our neighborhood, and cruel people often dump their unwanted cats at the pond; the kitten had wandered from the pond to our house.

    Eventually he grew up, he was 22 pounds. Big boy. He lived for 16 years. I still miss that cat.

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    1. Males can get really big. Willie was about 22 pounds as well, and Sherman was not quite as heavy, but very tall and long. Jethro was heavy, and it was all muscle: he was built like a tiger…

      How did Daisy and Mr. Kitty get along?

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  2. My great-uncle in Canada had an Oldsmobile Cutlass in a dark tan colour – I remember when we visited in my teens, my brother and I being shocked that our uncle put the car into the repair shop for the day just to get the oil changed. In our family here at home, we all did as much general vehicle maintenance and repair as we could manage ourselves, so to us it seemed the height of indulgence not to get your hands dirty for something as simple (to us) as an oil change! 🙂

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    1. We have places now where you can get the oil changed, the car lubed, all the fluids topped off and get new wiper blades in about 20 minutes. For someone who doesn’t know what he’s doing (e.g. me), it’s a Godsend…

      GM had factories in Canada, so your uncle’s Cutlass might have been made there…

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