Monday, August 18, 2008

The Mustang Game

If you are about my age you might recall the punch buggy game. If you saw a VW bug you would yell out punch buggy and then as the name would suggest, you punch the person next to you. It's probably not a good thing to do come to think of it, but what a great excuse to punch play with your younger sister LOL!

Tim had made up his own automobile game. It started because he starting noticing Mustangs. He began keeping count of all of the Mustangs he saw. As he was noticing the number of cars his count grow he started "altering" the game a bit. If I were to come home and say that I saw a Mustang today, he would add it to his count! Then it progressed from there. He went to a local department store and saw a toy Mustang. Yup, those count now too! He saw a picture with a Mustang. Those count too. He saw a Mustang on a TV show. It counts. I suggested he take into consideration any actual Mustang horses. He didn't think I was funny!!!

Yesterday he and Rich went to see an antique car parade and he said he counted 13 in the parade alone. He is up to 319.

I wonder how long he will keep this game going.

take care,


Anonymous said...

I think Timmy can count very high, and you just may need to start counting your dollars. I do believe there many be a Mustang in his future.

Beverly said...

Oh, great! That anonymous post is mine. I need to learn how to press keys on my keyboard.

Smilingsal said...

I well remember the punch buggy game--my arm is still sore!

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Dawn,
sounds like Tim is going to buy a Mustang one day. It is so good that he and his dad spend time together like that.

My husband had a 1968 Mustang, and when we got married he sold it to buy an Oldsmobile. Needless to say, we were young and stupid! LOL

Tracy said...

That's funny and sweet...boys and their toys ;o) Happy Day, Dawn ((HUGS))

Darlene said...

That's too funny....boys and their cars!!
Hope you have a great day!

Jeanne said...

Dawn, your guys aren't the only ones to love a Mustang car. Our daughter at 19 owned one and loved it. So did our mechanic. It was a mechanical problem and she finally sold it. Good riddance! A parent's point of view. Smile. Keep us posted on the Mustang game. I don't remember 'punch buggy', guess I am too old. Smile. We called them 'bugs'.

Love, Jeanne

Donna said...

I remember that game but we called it Slug Bug!

Theresa @ Take A Sentimental Journey said...

My g.daughter and I used to play
punch bug . I love Mustangs , one of my favorite cars . In fact Iremember when the first one came out ! Tellin my age now !

Cottage Rose said...

Dawn you have a amazing Son. My what he comes up with. Very smart guy.
How proud you must be of him, and a cute pie to boot. Have a great week.


artis1111 said...

I use to hace one, I bought a straight shift and haden't driven a stick in YEARS. That night I got a call my aunt was ill. I took of to Baltimore in a car I hadn't even driven. Hubby had driven it home from the draler. I WAS NUTS! Heee Kathy