Thursday, January 15, 2009

Random stuff

1. My car just hit 30K miles. I'm pretty sure this means I need to do some sort of "routine" maintenance. Will the smart people of the world please tell me what that might entail? Thanks.

2. I should've realized when Niblet jumped on my clothes I'd spread out on the bed for work this morning that it was a mistake leaving him alone. I took a shower, came back in the bedroom to dress, and didn't really notice anything amiss until I got to work:Yes, he nibbled little holes in my pants. On the ass part! (No, I never iron, so they're all wrinkly from sitting.) Look at that big hole by my pocket! Sheesh. You can see my dark-blue-plaid boxies under there! Dammit, bunny!

12 comments:

Russ said...

If you have the owner's manual look in it and you will see what is recommended for routine mainteance. The most important things are 1. air filter every year 2. oil change including filter every 5000 miles 3. fuel filter every 30k 4. roate tires every 7-8k miles

Randal Graves said...

I don't buy your story for #2 at all. I think you simply wanted a little bit of extra sexy.

Sorghum Crow said...

At 30,000 miles, you need to cover the hood with turkey blood and feathers while chanting owa tagu siam. Unless you are a vegetarian, in which case you are allowed to use tofurkey and dryer lint while reciting the pledge of allegiance backwards.

Dusty said...

My car gets a major checkup at 48K miles. The dealership sent me an email that it was due, otherwise I would of had no clue.

Lisa said...

He ain't called Niblet for nuthin'

BeckEye said...

Oil change, right? Sadly, being a slave to the public transportation system, I haven't owned a car in 3 years.

Pissed in NYC said...

Sorghum's suggestion sounds about right, but I'm deferring because I'm not mechanically inclined. That said, um, I thought you were supposed to get the hoses and belts checked at 50,000 miles. Of course, I haven't owned a car in years.

enc said...

Darn it! Time for some new trousers.

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Time to feed Niblet, I think!

Karen Zipdrive said...

D-Guz, you simply have to stop eating carrots and wiping your damp hands on your pants.
That damn lil' Bunny!
You should nibble a little chunk out of his tail to get even. See how he likes it.

GETkristiLOVE said...

You should start a clothing line that all have a little bites taken out of them. Niblet Jeans, it'll be the next in thing.

Tengrain said...

Blame it on niblet all you want. We know the truth, and it shall not set you free.

Check the owner's manual, as Russ suggests. You don't mention the last maintenance so it is hard to say what you might need done now.

Regards,

Tengrain