3 thoughts on “And That Brand Was…

  1. Ninna says:

    Didn’t I comment on this just now!
    yeackkk…. so it is when you can’t check others blogposts during the day…
    I did know something about cars a couple of years ago. And my eldest grandson loved cars when little. Asked all the time “what’s that?” and I had to learn all the logos of cars. Well. Maybe not all off course, but the most common!

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    • Uncle Spike says:

      🙂 sounds like me as a kid. I used to be able tell them by the lights, such as a Volvo 265 verses a 245 (nerd kid)

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      • Ninna says:

        I don’t know if he got that skilled. Not because of me anyhow. I learned some! 😉 And now he is a teenagers with quite different interests!

        Later I lived together with a guy for a couple of years who knew (knows) everything that is to know about cars. During that time I learned a lot more, but I think Iäve forgotten most of it now. But I think I still remember many logos!

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