Yesterday morning, Dwyer spent some time complaining about his commute to work. You see, he'd gotten a door ding, so he left his car at a shop and I had to pick him up.

Well, the day before I had an issue as I drove into work. When I made a turn, the coffee mug that I'd forgotten about flew off of the dashboard and landed on the floormat. This bad boy was freshly poured, and I hadn't even gotten to drink any of it yet.

So, Dwyer got in my car, and immediately mentioned and asked if it was okay to set his backpack in the "bloodstain."

It was funny radio, blah blah blah.

Fast forward to yesterday, when I was at Speed & Floyd's with one of our 2022 Dwyer & Michaels Classic Car Calendar models, and the first thing she asked me was if she could see the coffee stain.

This morning, Lori called in and asked if we could post a few photos of the coffee stain in question. She also said she'd be willing to start the bidding if we were to auction it. Lori's offering $20 for this bad boy.

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I think he's making much too big of a deal out of this, but I gotta give the people what they want.

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