Go Kart Full of Fun

Okay first of all, let me say that in no way do I condone replacing the letter “c” with its sound sharing counterpart “k” just because it looks cute or “kute” as in Kute Kuntry Kollectibles (a store in Wrightsville that sold krap, in my opinion.) If the word is supposed to start with a “c” then leave it alone for God (and Webster’s) sake. I bring this up because of the title of this week’s blog. If you look on Craigslist (thankfully not Kregslist) which I’ve been doing a lot of lately, you’ll see that nearly all the used go k(c)arts are listed as karts, not carts, which drives me crazy. I wonder why, since I manage to spell every other word incorrectly.

Okay, on with the show. Today, I dragged my husband all the way to Atlanta to the home of some guy named Tony and his bottle blond wife, who either doesn’t have a name, or isn’t worthy of an introduction, to purchase a used go kart with a tremulous purple …

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1 Response to Go Kart Full of Fun

  1. Awww, I love everything about this post…I want one, too! 🙂


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