Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Lemmy, Aug 14, 2013.
You don't mean that.
You would need a van if you were confined to a wheelchair.
I rented a chrysler town and country last moth while on vacation
If you are confined to a wheelchair, you will need to own a minivan.
Of course if I was confined to a wheelchair I might need a handi-capable minivan. Quite the paradox.
Back off fucker! What you? My ex?
I'd rather have the minivan. I can always walk away from the minivan, but not the wheelchair.
Plus you are prolly gonna need a minivan for that wheelchair.
Once @ Mardi Gras, our crew took a ride in a minivan driven by a drunk guy who was confined to a wheelchair.
you're missing out
You can't walk away from the shame of owning a minivan though.
spend a day trying to navigate your world in a wheelchair and then get back to me
...start with taking a shit
I was prepared to give you some lummie-long time.
You fucked that off, though.
It wasn't a whole day but I did it for 12 hours. It was a challenge but knowing I could walk, I assume, takes away quite a bit of depression.
Minivans are depressing though too.
I had a Toyota Previa and I took out all the seats except for the two front. I could haul damn near anything in it and it got great gas mileage. Kept that fucker until it had 240,000 miles and then got rid of it because the rebuilt AC condensers, which were all I could get, only lasted a few months. It wasn't something to drive to the opera but it was good transportation on the cheap.