Cars can be a pain in the butt!

United States
September 24, 2009 10:30am CST
The car I own is a 1995 Neon. I have had it over a year and it is pain in the butt! Since I owned it I have had a new oxygen sensor put in. A new transmission put in.Had work done on the engine,like on the valves nad had a new head gasket put on! Had new caliphers put on the front brakes. Now I find out there is something wron with the transmission and I need to take that in to the mechanics who put it in! I found this out yesterday when the new oxygen sensor was put in! I'm not happy! It seems to be one thing after the other with this car! I wish I could afford a better car but can't afford it! I just wish I would own a car that wasn't a pain in the butt! Wishful thinking on my apart!
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@thea09 (18327)
• Greece
23 Oct 09
Hi bluepacker, what an exhilariting discussiono about your car being a pain in your butt, I am left almost speechless by the lack of responses here. I would suggest carrying a cusion or even pillow to sit on in your car so that you are less likely to be aggravated by this butt problem (I'm presuming that is the American word for bottom,)
• United States
24 Oct 09
Yes butt is American for bottom. I am surprised there wasn't any responses to this discussion! I guess no American's read it! If they did they would of gottan the discussion and made responses!