If you can roll the window down, you can roll the window up. Just use the same button. For the sake of the joke, my guess is that neither of these two kids is going to be smart enough to know that. On the other hand, if MIke’s hands are on the car buttons, then they won’t be on Rhetta. His dream is ruined.
bring on the flood
Does the power window work if the cars turned off?
buttons to roll up windows? Next you’re going to try to convince me that the car radio doesn’t come with an 8 track player. I think technology has moved a long way from the last vehicle I owned and drove. (newest vehicle i ever owned was a ’84 Ford Fairlane.
cue the ominous music
In the opening panel, Michael is in the passenger seat. Who’s driving?
How did they manage to lower the windows in the first place?
In every vehicle I’ve ever seen, the driver has a set of controls for every electric window… but apparently, this is Kanada Korporation’s “Moosey” Sport Coup we’re talking about here..
I struggled for a bit with my new truck since tech has significantly progressed since the last time I bought a vehicle. A lot can change over twenty years :D
Please no, this is to silly, if they got the windows down…Michael is not this dumb…lol
uh oh, I sense someone about to get in trouble.
But shouldn’t the car wash attendants tell you to put up your windows?
Alone and in a wet T-shirt contest. Even better that she is wearing white…
Mike wants Rhetta to check out his stick-shifter
I remember when we bought our ‘85 Thunderbird. It had a sunroof with 3 settings: closed, tilted open, and recessed open. We bought the car on my birthday & were heading to a restaurant for my birthday dinner. It was raining. We were looking at all of the gadgets & gizmos the car had, and my husband found the sunroof recessed button…but we couldn’t get it back closed! The button had to be pressed a certain way to close it as opposed to just “open & shut” buttons.
Mike is going to be in DEEP water with his dad when he gets home!!
Well, here we go.
They say for every boy and girl
There’s just one love in this whole world
And I know I’ve found mine
The heavenly touch of your embrace
Tells me no one could take your place
Ever in my heart
Young love, first love
Filled with true devotion
Young love, our love
We share with deep emotion
Just one kiss from your sweet lips
Will tell me that you love is real
And I can feel that it’s true
We will vow to one another
There will never be another
Love for you or for me
LOL… the Attendant forgot to tell Mike: “Windows UP”. He better not get water in the car with all those electronics. Oh, Boy… Dad !!
I used to work at a car wash, and the number of people who would pull up to the starting area and get their car into position, THEN LEAVE THEIR WINDOWS down was shocking.
Windows cars with electric windows don’t roll up. They don’t go up when the key is turned off.
I see a flooded car and a good grounding in Michael’s future…
To quote Bully Maguire, “You should have thought of that earlier.”
The owner manual for my car has a warning: If the floor wet, it could cause a malfunction that could cause the airbags to be deployed.
In the last panel, Rhetta’s question is phrased very oddly.
Better look for the button that says PANIC , Mike.
My guess is, this is merely a comic strip and not to be analyzed. Just enjoy the journey