What can YOU say in six sentences?
A used car salesman at Fraser's Rip 'Em And Clip 'Em needs only one thing, brass nuts, and Joey Barnes' weighed around ten pounds apiece.
One day this middle-aged couple, John Q and Martha, came onto the lot and Joey took them in hand.
John and Martha, a rather meek duo holding their breath in the Land of the Pirates as Joey walked them around.
His sales pitch: "Yabbety-yabbety-yabbety-yab..." which worked pretty much like a noose on a gibbet's supposed to.
They finally came to a '98 Taurus, a bilious sea-green with its hood up and radioactively ticking away, and Joey said, "Yabbety-yab," and got in, cranked the key--and the engine caught fire in a cloud of black smoke.
Joey hopped out of that car with a chuckle, as if at some fondly remembered amusement, and said, "John and Martha, this obviously isn't the car of your dreams, I can tell, so c'mon, I've got one down here that I think you'll love," and he started walking, and after a moment, John and Martha, who'd been standing there pole-axed, tottered on after, like spavined kittens on Big Lester's Rotwieller Farm.
This is an oldie long dead and buried, but after Gita's adventure I had to bring it out of the ground one more time