"Thank you for your email and I apologize for the distress you may be experiencing with answering your security question correctly. I too can sometimes have a brain fart and forget the answer to my security question too. You may answer your security question an unlimited number of times until you answer it correctly. Below I have provided the question you chose at signup again.
What was your first car?"
Pretty sure I wasn't having a "brain fart", even though I thoroughly enjoyed the term. To try and convince them of my unusual ability to remember anything (strange how kids can make you forget anything and everything...), I sent them this reply. Enjoy the history of my vehicles. :)
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"Is there a way to reset my security question? I've put in so many different answers I now have carpel tunnel in my wrist. My very first vehicle what a 1979 Chevy Luv. It was rad! The horn didn't work so my brother (who is an electrician) rigged up 2 door bell buttons on my dash for my horn. The first was the sound of the horn, the second was a siren that sounded quite similar to a police siren. I had many fun times driving down Main with my siren horn going off. I lovingly nick-named it 45. That's because 45 mph was as fast as it would go. Down hill. I think my dad did that on purpose.... It was black with great big bright orange and yellow stripes down the side and a big 4x4 at the rear. Like I said, it was rad! That answer didn't work. The make and model combined or separate.
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My next vehicle was my brothers Camaro. It was a very cool blue IrocZ T top. Another very rad car. It liked to over heat when I drove around town, so I could only drive on the freeway, or directly to my destination. The guys liked it though, and I would have loved to be able to cruise around in it more to find the hotties. Once again, neither make and model together or separate worked for me.
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Fast forward a few years (with the 2 cars in between entered with no success either) to the first vehicle my husband and I bought. It was a brand new Dodge mini-van. It was silver and awesomely cool. It was the best road tripping vehicle you could get. Very comfy! It had all the bells and whistles and was paid off before we had it for 6 months. It was my baby and I took immaculate care of it. It was silver and I always thought it looked pretty. Almost like it was smiling at me. It lovingly carried 3 of my babies home from the hospital. My sister teased me when I bought it. She called me a soccer mom. She wasn't being mean and I didn't care. Love my van! I had that one until the first part of this year when we were involved in a car accident and my poor baby was totaled. We replaced it with the exact same thing. Except it was gold. It reminds me of vomit. Not my color. It washes me out. And did I mention the previous owners didn't love on their baby the way I did on mine? We got it through an auction and I soon realized it was the ghetto version of what I had. Either that, or the owners were ghetto. Maybe both. And once again, I entered both make and model combined and separate to no avail.
The hubs says he's planning on getting me a new mini van (cause I like minis) the first part of the year. If I still don't have the security answer resolved by then, I'll try the new cars make and model, just in case I was having future visions when I (presumably) answered my security question."