The driver's side of my podcar is cursed. Cursed, I tell ya. The whole rest of the car is not - some dog scratches and minor dings, but no damages. But, back to the driver's side, the cursed side. A couple of years after I bought the car, an uninsured lady backed into that cursed side at the free spay-neuter clinic, where I was volunteering. It just caused some dents, but no functional problems, so I didn't file against my coverage. Then, I was in my first accident in over 15 years and sideswiped an SUV (barely) last Fall. Driver's side. Cursed side. This time, since I was paying for his damages (taillight), I paid the deductible and fixed my driver's side. Cursed side. And I believed that, perhaps, it had become uncursed.
Until today. I routinely took my car to the dealership for 40,000 miles service (basically oil change/tire rotation). And when I came out, the driver's side, cursed side looked like this -
So, I don't know who put the mal de ojo on my podcar's driver's side, but I'm not taking chances. Tomorrow, I roll an (organic, cage free) egg over the driver's side, CURSED side, crack it, place it in a glass of water, and set it under the podcar. (I'm sure the stray cats will LOVE this.) And I hope that this will remove the mal de ojo.
And then I head to the bodyshop to have the dealership repair the damage.
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