The Day After Christmas
Posted by Matthew Books on December 26 2015
On the day after Christmas, you may be in recovery mode, and we're here to help!. We hope our little story will help you rest and relax and then save big on handcrafted parts!
'Twas the day after Christmas, and all through the house
Everyone had presents, like my wife with her blouse.
Our living room trashed with wrapping paper on the floor
While a few tired relatives exhaled with a snore.
The children running rampant far from their beds,
While we made wagers which would hit first, knees or their heads.
Mamma chased them down to put on their new helmet,
While I buffed and polished paint into a fine buttery velvet.
When in the newspaper an ad did appear
For a car show in town had awesome trophies just for my model year.
I ran to the garage and through off the tarp,
Its angelic paint job glistening to the sound of a harp,
Not a drop of rain or an ounce of fresh snow
Could keep me from my destiny of this year's best in show
I polished my paint and shined my wheels to a glow,
Cracked open my engine bay and what do you know?
No glistening metal, no lights shining bright
There was no chrome, no billet, no stainless steel in sight.
It was then I remembered what I found under the tree
No parts, no metal, just a gift card... Whoopee.
My car wasn't ready, not even up on a lift,
So I sat there contemplating what could I do with this BADGIFT?
It was then I was remembered and felt quite daft,
That I could use my bad gift at American Car Craft.
I walked past my dear wife, she knew the look in my eye.
For soon I'd be online and it would be parts that I'd buy.
I sprang to my seat and let out a wolf whistle
As I added parts to my cart as fast as a cruise missile.
My order complete I exclaimed loud like Billy Mays,
"I'm so excited I'll have my parts made in 7-10 business days!"
It was then that I knew my bad gift was just right,
and I ran out like a wild man into the night.
I remember it vaguely, through my parts induced haze,
I had to scream loudly, a festive, fun phrase.
Taking in a deep breath as I stood by my headlight.
"Happy day-after-Christmas to all and to all a good-night!"
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