My Saturn

Postby Cabol on Sun Feb 18, 2001 12:07 pm

I've had a Saturn for 3 years, and I still haven't been able to come up with a name for it. I still don't even know if it is a boy or a girl car.<P>I think, perhaps, there is something about Saturns that makes them more generic than other cars.<P>I don't particularly like Saturns, but hey, they car is paid off. Can't beat that.<P>=Cabol=
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Postby Cranberry on Sat Mar 17, 2001 9:56 am

I've been thinking about your problem... I also have a Saturn, and I agree with you that it's difficult to decide what their gender is. Therefore, I suggest you find a name which suits their androgenous nature... <P>...names that could be suitable for a male or female, like Pat! or Stacey... or other such names that at the moment are escaping me. Maybe someone else can suggest some?
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Postby Davos Tyme on Sun Mar 18, 2001 5:44 am

(The Shadows are sensing a revival.)<P>From the picture of your car, it looks more of the feminin persuasion (that red bumper is a give away). As for names, that would be your department.<P>My Dad was the proud and only owner of an '85 Ford Tempo. It was dark blue and we called it Tempo. Aside from the tires, it was the least feminin it could get. As for the Pointiac Stationwagon, it was golden brown and was called Pointiac. It was my mother's favourite car.<P>Dark Knight <A HREF="http://dk.keenspace.com/" TARGET=_blank>http://dk.keenspace.com/</A>
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