Didn’t you just know that had to be it?
Amanda is clearly a “low maintenance” type of consumer!
Keep it clean and you will enjoy it more.
Called it! (See yesterday’s comments).
This strip hits the target, This is why my wife has her car and I have my car.
I keep telling her that (in my car) the door pockets are not garbage bins, that the back seat is not for storing clothing, tools, canned goods, that the coffee cup holders don’t need week old empty cups in them and that the trunk area needs not to have a layer of soil, straw and chicken feed as a fine layer of compost in it.
Now she has her car again – and she can do whatever the heck she wants to it. And she stays out of mine under threat of absquatulation*.
(*No, but it made you look, eh?)
Congrats on the new vehicle Amanda! Of course it’s not so new now, but I hope you’ve been enjoying it all the same.
What kind is it? Another Subaru? An Outback, maybe? Boat pulling makes me think Ascent, but they didn’t have them back then.
Learned a word from reading today’s strip I didn’t know about previously…detritus.
In biology, detritus is dead particulate organic material, as distinguished from dissolved organic material. Detritus typically includes the bodies or fragments of bodies of dead organisms, and fecal material. Detritus typically hosts communities of microorganisms that colonize and decompose it." EWW! Dan! LOL!!! The shorter version; “waste or debris of any kind.” LOL
November 16, 2016