One Cool Kid in a Dark Car with a GPS Unit Equals Awesome Spooky Photo Op

Pebbles was playing with Nuvi recently as we drove home in the dark.

We named our Garmin GPS unit Nuvi because she’s a Nuvi model. And we refer to her as a female. Because Nuvi sounds like either a name for a dog or a female GPS unit. What about that doesn’t make sense?

Pebbles was using the voice command feature, trying her best to drive poor Nuvi out of her electronic mind.

Pebbles: Find place
Nuvi: Please speak the name of a place.
Pebbles: Destroyer’s toenails.
Nuvi: Did you say Hopo’s Noodles?
Pebbles: Bwahahaha! NO! Find place.
Nuvi: Please speak the name of a place.
Pebbles: Enderman’s empire road. (You’d have to be a Minecrafter to get this one.)
Nuvi: Did you say Deano’s Tone?
Pebbles: Bwahahaha! NO!

And on and on it went. I suppose I should have stopped her before she made poor Nuvi blow a gasket.

But I couldn’t. In fact I encouraged her to keep going. Because when I glanced in the rear view mirror I saw this:

photo collage of Pebbles in the dark with light from GPS unit shining on her face

So, yes, I allowed Pebbles to continue abusing poor Nuvi for the sake of a good photo op, a spooky floating head apparition, just in time for Halloween.

If that’s wrong then I don’t wanna be right.


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About Mai Stone

“A person without a sense of humor is like a wagon without springs…jolted by every pebble on the road.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher ~ A sense of humor is essential for surviving the pebbles on life’s road. Especially when they’re the size of boulders.
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One Response to One Cool Kid in a Dark Car with a GPS Unit Equals Awesome Spooky Photo Op

  1. ady says:

    Sweet !!!! 🙂

    Like

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