"There is another way of putting this. But I forgot it." - Pier Giorgio DiCicco
I can see she's going to have expensive tastes....
I always embarrassed my parents by wanting to go into turf accountants and pointing them out when we passed one.
debster - I have no idea what that means...
R'puss, don't bet on it!
HAHAHAHA! Smart kid.Also: I love the term "turf accountant." It's like calling a garbage man a "sanitation engineer" or a lawyer "human."What?
OK, I give up--what's a turf accountant?
Ah - Google knows all. "Turf accountant" = bookie (specializing in bets on horse races), if teh intarwebs are to be believed.
OK, that makes sense. All I could think of was "real estate agent", although these days it could be the same thing...
My own Darling Daughter's first word was "carcar", and she too had a penchant for Ferraris at a young age. Her dad once took her to a day of our much-missed, dearly-departed Vancouver Indy race, and it was the highlight of her first 10 years, I'm sure. However, her tastes did change: she just got her first car at age 21 and it's a Honda Fit (although she continues to talk about saving up for a Lotus Elite...)
My wife and I recently bought a Honda Fit in the UK (called 'Jazz' over here) and the quality is amazing as is the gas mileage. The only problem so far is that the steering wheel is on the wrong side....
Aled - what, did you import it from Australia or something?
Car came from Japan actually! Great quality!
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