Amphi Heartbreak & Trauma

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  1. Amphipoda@yahoo.com
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    Amphi Heartbreak & Trauma

    Could barely believe my eyes... a small crowd
    had gathered around a mint condition 1974
    Ford Pinto. But this was no ordinary Pinto,
    it was a PINK Mary Kay Cosmetics Pinto.
    Amphi seemed aroused as evidenced by the
    throbbing bulge between Amphi's propellers,
    (or it could've been soft engine mounts yielding).
    I guess there is no accounting for taste when
    it comes to Amphi's deep seeded desires. I
    dared not leave the two of them alone in the
    parking lot for fear of cross-species mating
    and the resultant mutant gilled Yugo that
    might hatch out at some undetermined period
    of gestation. I still needed a lake launch permit
    so I gave a kid some money and told him
    what I needed in exchange for a ride. The
    kid apparently didn't have Amphi wisdom
    and just left us there $5 short of swimming.
    No permit to swim and the crowd growing
    anxious, not to mention the amorous feelings
    between Amphi and Mary Kay Pinto. It was
    weird, I usually like weird, but this was too
    weird. Then it got even stranger - Mary Kay's
    owner came over and it was either Tammy Faye
    Baker or Mimi from the Drew Carry Show
    (or a twin sister) on roller blades. Small wonder
    Amphi went limp. Then I got a page on my pager -
    "Horoscope stated I was vulnerable to alien
    influences today." That was the last straw.
    I jumped in Amphi and we bolted for the exit.
    That was the first time we've ever been shut
    out - a virtual no hitter on the lake and were
    overshadowed by a pink Pinto. The horror...

    Amphipoda
    `64 Turquoise
    San Diego

    PS - Another great Amphicar Newsletter in
    the mailbox. I wish they were monthly.
     
  2. Amphipoda@yahoo.com
    Online

    Amphi Heartbreak & Trauma

    Could barely believe my eyes... a small crowd
    had gathered around a mint condition 1974
    Ford Pinto. But this was no ordinary Pinto,
    it was a PINK Mary Kay Cosmetics Pinto.
    Amphi too seemed aroused as evidenced by the
    throbbing bulge between Amphi's propellers,
    (might have been the loose engine mounts).
    I guess there is no accounting for taste when
    it comes to Amphi's deep seeded desires. I
    dared not leave the two of them alone in the
    parking lot for fear of cross-species mating
    and the resultant mutant gilled Yugo that
    might hatch out at some undetermined period
    of gestation. I still needed a lake launch permit
    so I gave a kid some money and told him
    what I needed in exchange for a ride. The
    kid apparently didn't have Amphi wisdom
    and just left us there $5 short of swimming.
    No permit to swim and the crowd growing
    anxious, not to mention the amorous feelings
    between Amphi and Mary Kay Pinto. It was
    weird, I usually like weird, but this was too
    weird. Then it got even stranger - Mary Kay's
    owner came over and it was either Tammy Faye
    Baker or Mimi from the Drew Carry Show
    (or a twin sister) on roller blades. Small wonder
    Amphi went limp. Then I got a page on my pager -
    "Horoscope stated I was vulnerable to alien
    influences today." That was the last straw.
    I jumped in Amphi and we bolted for the exit.
    That was the first time we've ever been shut
    out - a virtual no hitter on the lake and were
    overshadowed by a pink Pinto. The horror...

    Amphipoda
    `64 Turquoise
    San Diego

    PS - Another great Amphicar Newsletter in
    the mailbox. I wish they were monthly.
     
  3. Craig Taylor
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    Craig Taylor Guest

    Please tell me someone has been compiling Amphipods words of wisdom
    somewhere for future generations to enjoy. Or at least to entertain me
    as an old fart in a nursing home. I can see it now... " who is that
    old guy in the corner? The one slobering and gigaling and looking at
    that funny picture of that weird car" Thanks Amphiod. You got me
    laughing again.

    Craig, Flat Lake Alaska

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Amphipoda@yahoo.com
    Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2001 11:45 am
    Subject: [amphicar-lovers] Amphi Heartbreak & Trauma

    > Amphi Heartbreak & Trauma
    >
    > Could barely believe my eyes... a small crowd
    > had gathered around a mint condition 1974
    > Ford Pinto. But this was no ordinary Pinto,
    > it was a PINK Mary Kay Cosmetics Pinto.
    > Amphi seemed aroused as evidenced by the
    > throbbing bulge between Amphi's propellers,
    > (or it could've been soft engine mounts yielding).
    > I guess there is no accounting for taste when
    > it comes to Amphi's deep seeded desires. I
    > dared not leave the two of them alone in the
    > parking lot for fear of cross-species mating
    > and the resultant mutant gilled Yugo that
    > might hatch out at some undetermined period
    > of gestation. I still needed a lake launch permit
    > so I gave a kid some money and told him
    > what I needed in exchange for a ride. The
    > kid apparently didn't have Amphi wisdom
    > and just left us there $5 short of swimming.
    > No permit to swim and the crowd growing
    > anxious, not to mention the amorous feelings
    > between Amphi and Mary Kay Pinto. It was
    > weird, I usually like weird, but this was too
    > weird. Then it got even stranger - Mary Kay's
    > owner came over and it was either Tammy Faye
    > Baker or Mimi from the Drew Carry Show
    > (or a twin sister) on roller blades. Small wonder
    > Amphi went limp. Then I got a page on my pager -
    > "Horoscope stated I was vulnerable to alien
    > influences today." That was the last straw.
    > I jumped in Amphi and we bolted for the exit.
    > That was the first time we've ever been shut
    > out - a virtual no hitter on the lake and were
    > overshadowed by a pink Pinto. The horror...
    >
    > Amphipoda
    > `64 Turquoise
    > San Diego
    >
    > PS - Another great Amphicar Newsletter in
    > the mailbox. I wish they were monthly.
    >
    >
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