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TerryP

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True story...This dipshit who just moved into our neighborhood posted this in our neighborhood Facebook page:

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Hi y’all. I’m kinda new in the Grove and not sure of the best way to do this but here goes. Sometime between 2:30 pm and 5:30 pm yesterday someone(s) dropped/threw unsweetened whipped cream all over my car and my son’s car while parked at my house: ************. Whoever you are you owe us both a car wash by hand. Today is preferred but mine can be done tomorrow. My son’s car can be found at ********* this morning. It may be back at my house this afternoon. Tomorrow you will have to go to his work to wash it.

After the pefunctory "Oh no!" type sympathy, a couple of neighbors informed her that...

The same thing happened to my husbands truck a while back and it’s actually bird poop. I believe the bird is called an egret. He flies over almost every afternoon. This has happened to several people in the neighborhood.

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Then we witnessed the bird in action. Bird poop 100%. Glad we didn’t smell or taste it to try to find out what it was!

There's a kind of sort of potential work situation that kept me from immediately asking or posting, but fortunately someone posted (with a hell of a lot more tact than I would have...)


I just want to know...how do you know it is unsweetened whipped cream? Did you try it? If you did, I really hope it was whipped cream and wasn't bird poop like everyone is saying.
Also, welcome to the neighborhood!









Yes, these are the people who let the kids rule the roost.
 

TerryP

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Lol, a Saturn.
As I recall there were a couple of the Saturn models that were Honda's in a GM shell. It was part of an agreement between the two with Honda getting access to On-Star. I know some of the Saturn SUV's were Honda's motors. Their luxury model, sedan, was the same engine Acura was using at the time.
 

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