Thursday, November 06, 2008

Why ya trippin' fool?

I'm going on a roadtrip in a few days and I'm in search of a Garmin.  If only I had my own Garmin and could plug in "find Garmin" and then I would drive to one...and then I would have two Garmins...and if I had two I'd give you one.  If I only had one I would probably still let you borrow it.

Want to be like me? 

And speaking of Garmin - I'm not really just talking about Garmin.  They're the Kleenex of the GPS world.  If I want a tissue, I ask for a Kleenex.  If I'm looking to borrow a GPS to go to Texas - I ask for a Garmin...but you knew what I meant, didn't you?

You're so smart (you future lender of a GPS you)

My friend Brad just made an excellent video using a Garmin (I'm literally just thinking of this) - maybe I'll go find out if it's his...or someone I know...or can steal from.  And this is how I process out loud (I talk out loud while I'm thinking of a blog post...and I wake up the kids whenever I use exclamation points).

10 comments:

  1. I have a Tom Tom and it is sweet! Apparently this means I am not a GPS snob.

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  2. Nice Kleenex plug... thanks!

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  3. Did I mention how much I love Cottonelle?

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  4. I'm close to taking the gps plunge myself, so if you do the "vetting" let me know and I can just get what you get...

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  5. I missed the part where you were just begging for a free Garmin...maybe you should vet and I'll let you borrow mine. Or maybe you could find a coupon for us.

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  6. When you acquire a Garmin, I recommend the British woman's voice... she is soothing.

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  7. Whatever happened to men just trying to figure out where they are going without the use of maps or fancy electronics, and then when they get lost, drive around for hours because they refuse to be emasculated by stopping and asking for directions?

    Ahhh...the good old days...

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  8. Forget the good old days, Steve, I'll take a Garmin, thank you.

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  9. she is set up to talk in the british accent - way easier to take :) i like to call her mary poppins

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