But people always think I know about cars. They think I look like a guy that knows a lot about cars.
And they'll always ask me to listen to their car to see what's wrong with it, you know? And I'll do it. You know what I mean?
Like, I don't want to let them down, right? So I'll listen. I go, "Ooh. You should get that checked out, man."
And if you do it just right, they'll be like, "You know what? I will get it checked out." "I appreciate that. I wasn't. But I will now."
And I know a little bit about cars because I wrecked a bunch of them. I feel like if you wreck enough, you learn what a car can do, what it can't do.
What it can't come back from, you know? And for a while I was driving a 1982 Buick LeSabre.
Alright. Real big car, you know? Used a lot of gas. And I used to make this joke at work. I'd be like, "Man, that car uses so much gas, I bet it's using gas right now in the parking lot."
That's a great work joke. People love that. One guy didn't get it, though. He goes, "Hell, you might have a leak."
I was like, "No, I don't think so." But I did have a car that leaked a lot of oil for a while. And I like that in a car.
Like, you leak a little oil, pour a little in there. Leak a little oil, pour a little in there. Never get an oil change.
People are like, "When is the last time you changed the oil on this car?" I'm like, "It's changing right now." Okay? This car is efficient. I used to drive that car all over the country. You know, leaking oil everywhere.