Suffering from "Rent-a-Grin"
I'm in Las Vegas this week for a business conference so I decided to rent a car to haul myself around in. I pull up the Hertz website a few weeks ago and reserve a car online. I found the "Adrenaline Collection" and was curious what was part of the collection. Mustang 5.0, Challenger R/T and Camaro SS. So to I reserve an SS saying to myself, "It's just an extended test drive." Fast forward two weeks and we land in Vegas. My partner and I head over to Hertz and while I'm signing papers and agreeing to not do anything stupid he's calling his wife to chat for a bit.
I get paperwork in hand and head out to "Stall 122". As we are walking he notices, "Hey, they have Corvettes, Mustangs and Camaro's here. You should have gotten one of those!" He has no idea what I reserved. We reach the stall and there sits a '12 RY 2SS/RS A6. "Ahhhh, you dawg!" Stuff the bags into the trunk and take off.
While on the way to his hotel I decide I need to rest my right foot on the firewall. He grabs hold of the door handle and says, "Holy buckets!" My response, "So this is what 400hp feels like. I like it!" So I've been having a blast driving it around town for the past few days. I love this car!
Now comes the problem. I'm flying home tomorrow and I don't want to give it back! Do you think they will notice if I just take it home?
"Ladies and gentlemen, take my advice. Pull down your pants... and slide on the ice." Sidney Friedman
"A hero is made in the moment, not from questioning the past or fearing what's to come."