Friday, January 5, 2018

Final Disposition

With all the funerals attended in 2017 my end of life wishes have been on my mind.

Done the usual, wills,  medical power of attorney, named executor, etc. Have decided on cremation. What to do with the ashes?

Working on a plan to have the ashes loaded into small aerosol cans and distributed to retail automotive salespeople. When they encounter the smug, superior acting couple who sneeringly announce,

“We’re JUST looking”,


I want them sprayed with my ashes.

That would be a great legacy, don’t you agree?

8 comments:

Coffeypot said...

I'n gonna have my ashes put in douche bag and run through one last time.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Sounds like a plan.

LL said...

I think that you need to put your ashes in a fire extinguisher if you really want the look-e-loos to take notice.

To me (the buyer) car dealerships are a thing to be avoided at almost all costs. You'd hate me as a buyer. I'd be doped with your ashes early on. My last purchase was negotiated on-line with a Ford dealership through USAA. I just showed up with a checkbook to pay cash and didn't take any of the options offered by the finance people for this or that insurance or whatever. I had the VIN of the (new) vehicle in my hand when I walked on the lot, bought that vehicle for the price agreed on and drove away about an hour later.

My brother-in-law used to own a Nissan dealership. I'd call him, tell him what I wanted. He told me when it would be ready and the full price. I'd arrive with a cashier's check. The car would be parked out front. In and out in under 15 minutes. Yes, those were the good old days.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

I liked customers like you. Time is money, it is only iron, and we could always get more iron.

"We're just looking" prompted questions in my head. Looking for missing parts to one of your rides and want to take them off my vehicles? Too damn broke to buy steam off a coffee but want to amuse yourselves? Have a hard on for car dealers and a utility knife in your pocket?

What was the usual case was shitty credit, bad trade in, upside down in their trade, and no cash. Fuck'em.

Old NFO said...

Only if you add an appropriate 'odor'... :-)

Well Seasoned Fool said...

That too!

drjim said...

I'm gonna pass this on to my buddies in the car biz back in Illinois.....

Well Seasoned Fool said...

Feel free.