Saturday, 17 April 2010

Lost and found

This is a public service announcement.  Were you driving through rural West Wiltshire last night?

If so, did you lose this?

Or this?

Or these?

Does this look at all familiar?

Did you perchance leave these marks on the road?

Did your car make contact with this at high speed, flattening it into the pavement?

If so, please contact me as soon as possible, as I wish to slap you upside the head, you selfish, noisy, police-car-fleeing bastard, whoever you are.

Mr WithaY and I were having a lovely time in the land of the deep and dreamless sleepers, until we were rudely awoken* by the sound of cars being thrashed at high speed through the village.  A resounding crash, blue lights flashing through the curtains and continued squealing tyres and engine-gunning ensured that whatever hope either of us had for continuing with our comfy snoozing were dashed.

It was like being in an episode of The Dukes of Hazzard, but without the amusing rednecks** or cute girls in short shorts.


Other news:  Today is the lovely Mr WithaY's birthday.  Happy birthday, you mad bugger. I love you to bits.

*and not in a fun way
**Wiltshire orcs excepted


oldwaterhead said...

So that's what that noise was. I'll come by and collect my rubbish sometime next week. I think I can glue most of those bits back on.

livesbythewoods said...

hello oldwaterhead, welcome. Yes, please pop round to collect the bits of car that you left in the road. I'll arrange the traditional angry mob of greeting for you.