Wednesday, December 15, 2010

What the heck?

This is from my husband's Facebook.  Just in case it's too small & you don't want to make with the clicky, I'll spell out the *-ery for you:

David (who by the way is a good friend of mine)--"d'you remember the old tonka truck commercial chowing off the metal dumptruck and the real one going over a cliff, and the tonka surviving?"

Connie--"Not really but I.  Have slipped since then"


I have no idea what that means.  But I love how she "corrected" herself.

(The guy also told me yesterday that the gal's mom told him once upon a time that if Connie's husband hadn't come along, she probably would have made a play for him.  My boy is lucky.)


thesouthtexaspistolero said...

My boy is lucky

A-yep. Like I said, I really dodged a bullet there. ;-)

Mattexian said...

Well, to answer your question, yes they make a big one (about a foot long) in metal still, tho it's from China, so I can't guarantee it's actual steel. I played with little steel ones, and had a big plastic one that was pretty darn sturdy.

peter said...

I actually vaguely remember that commercial. I also remember having Tonka trucks. They kicked ass.
And no, I don't know what that chick meant either. lol
Also, GO SPURS GO!!!

Montie said...

I don't know. If I were "chowing" on a Tonka Truck, I think I'd rather it be made of plastic (easier on the teeth).