The Tang ‘Stang

3 Mar

Guess what I held in my hot little hands on Saturday?

I’ll give you a hint: it’s related to Mr. Yellow Mustang and really puts the “Mustang” into Mustang Sally.

And no, it wasn’t Mr. Yellow Mustang’s gear shift!!  I had the keys to the Tang ‘Stang in my hot little hands.  I didn’t use them to key messages on his doors. 

For some reason, he asked me to hold his keys while he went ice skating (long story).  I was tempted to take a picture of the keys for all y’all (what’s up Britney Spears), but there were too many people around and they would have asked too many questions. 

7 Responses to “The Tang ‘Stang”

  1. Red March 3, 2008 at 7:41 pm #

    I figured if it was his “gear shift”, you might just keep that to yourself. You do have a certain amount of Klass.

    Nope, haven’t gone there. He’s not THAT lucky. -CS

  2. the princess March 3, 2008 at 8:05 pm #

    i was sort of hoping for his gear shift also. keys are good though…lol!

    He’s lucky I didn’t throw them in the garbage and just leave. -CS

  3. Amadeo March 3, 2008 at 8:11 pm #

    Keying his car with his key would be poetic justice.

    Would have been nice to write, “You should have called”. -CS

  4. pistols at dawn March 3, 2008 at 9:51 pm #

    It would have been awkward if he’d met someone while skating, had too much to drink, and asked you to drive the two of them home. And then join them.

    Sorry, I’ve been writing a lot of letters to Penthouse recently.

    That’s totally hot. And by “hot” I mean “awkward and creepy”. Who the hell would he be meeting in a skating rink other than 8 year old girls. I’m out on that one. -CS

  5. Tabbie March 4, 2008 at 1:41 am #

    weird.

    Yeah, a little bit. I think it’s some secret thing he does to try to get girls to get into the ‘stang. Earlier he asked me if I needed anything out of his car. Umm. . .no. -CS

  6. Grant Miller, Esq. March 4, 2008 at 1:58 am #

    You should have made a copy of the keys and then gone and fucked w/ his shit.

    That would have taken far too much effort on my part. -CS

  7. gnugs March 4, 2008 at 4:15 am #

    I am rather dissapointed that you didn’t at least put “It’s a kick in a glass” on his hood. Or at least across his rear bumper… Such a GREAT oppertunity.

    That would have required getting up out of my chair. I wasn’t that upset about the whole thing. Perhaps if I had had the keys about a week after he was supposed to call me, things would have turned out differently with the keying thing. -CS

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