Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Help or WARNING :-)

This was in the trunk of my husband's rented Camero (he was in Texas yesterday for a meeting).

 I think it's the trunk release catch, but I can't shake the the feeling that it's a warning that the car may try to eat pedestrians.

Be careful out there on your evening walks :-)


10 comments:

  1. There always appears to be something strange in rentals these days...

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  2. We hope we never need to use one. Mom asked, "Anyone out there kidnapping old ladies?" BOL!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  3. Oh man! This is serious!!!! I hopes they don't likes peeps with big hinnies, or my Ma is in BIG troubles.....
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  4. Hari OM
    ... don't leave it open else beware theft, perhaps... YAM xx

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  5. Do Cameros have problems with eating people or having people stashed in the trunk of the car? Is this really a thing?

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    1. Unfortunately, abductions are not uncommon. During a self defense class we have a video of a petite, pretty young lady, head down on her iphone, walk past a nice looking young man in a parking lot. In one move, he lifts the truck, snatches her up and shoves her in.

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  6. At least they provided arrows outlining the correct escape route.....

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  7. Is that the guy who carries your shopping bags into the house?
    Probably not. um I think it's a safety exit.
    xo Astro

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  8. it's interesting that the sign says you have to leave your stuff behind when you get out of the car this way... a special kind of car tax?

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