General Challenger DiscussionThis section contains general discussion about the Dodge Challenger. If it does not fit into a more specific area, it probably belongs in here. (Dodge Challenger General Discussion)
Would you put this license plate frame on your Challenger?
I don't know how much you gave for your Challenger but I gave upwards of $55k for mine... Those license plate frames look like they came from the dollar store...if I had a bicycle I wouldn't put them on it LMAO. That would be a hell no and have a quality day. I still have the dealer one on my car as well but I catch hell for it. On eBay they have some pretty nice ones if you choose to replace it. If not its your car. Tell her if she doesn't like it you can forward your car payment straight to her and she can cover the whole thing in dollar store decals...If you can't tell I don't get along with my MIL either and I'm used to these sort of debacles.
Well, mine was that if it turns out that the MIL paid in part or totality for the car... that would explain the dilemna. Otherwise she'd have no leg to stand on: world peace preservation be damned, no self-respecting man would even look at that shiny thing.
I'd tell her I put it on and within an hour got pulled over and ticketed for having it on. Make up some law about added reflectivity being illegal in the state of ______. Sell the lie by being confrontational and pissed. She'll back off.
Saying they were stolen (but installed!) might encourage her to buy replacements. The lie needs to be such that she won't go looking for others.
Sell the lie by being confrontational and pissed. She'll back off.
But he's trying desperately to be non-confrontational. If willing to get mad at her, he should do it for a good reason, like to tell her the truth. Besides, as a control freak she'd demand to see the ticket and offer to pay for it... You're always better off telling the truth unless you have a gun to your head.
So far, getting her laid was some the best advice I've read here! Is there an 'F' after the MIL, by any chance?!
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