(The cats are currently head-butting the crap out of me while I try to type. What the heck?)
Jack: Look at that nice Pathfinder!
me: White. Very nice and clean looking.
Jack: Oh. Yeahhhh…
Jack: White shows the dirt. So if you’re a dirty person, don’t buy white.
me: But the people don’t make it dirty…
Jack: (interrupting) So if you’re a CLEAN person, buy a white Pathfinder.
Jack: But you had a black Pathfinder.
me: Yeah? So…?
Jack: Black hides the dirt well. If you’re dirty, buy the black Pathfinder.
me: It’s the weather that makes the trucks dirty, not the people, you know?
Jack: Well, you like dirt, so black was good.
Jack: If you want to hide lots of blood, then buy the red one.
me: Hide blood?
Jack: Yeah like if you cut yourself, or hit something.
Jack: Because blood is red.
me: It is.
Jack: Why did you buy an orange car?
me: I can’t remember now.
8 thoughts on “The color of Pathfinders and what it means”
Because you eat a lot of pumpkins and you wanted to blend. Duh.
Or I had a ton of carrots and got that jaundiced color. Everyone knows I look a wee bit orange. Sheesh!
I like that he is being practical, and as the owner of a white car, I agree that it isn’t the easiest color to keep shiny…but the “hide lots of blood” comment worries me — or maybe just the “lots of” part.
Yes, I’m with you! Seeing as I’ve been watching Dexter at night (though nowhere near Jack’s room), I wondered if this was seeping into his dreams or something! Though for Jack, a small bloody nose is too much blood for him.
That is just too cute. :0) That blood one kinda scared me a little too, but then was relieved with his answer. :0)
Amazing how their little brains work. I too was relieved!! 🙂
I agree with Kim ^ . You’ve always been a “Jack” O lantern lover
Har dee har!!! 🙂