That's the beauty of getting a car like the Juke. The fact that everytime you see it, it puts a smile on your face. That's exactly how I've been with my PT Cruiser, and how I hope to be when my Juke comes.
I have been having sleepless nights for the past three months, since we ordered it.
The doctor has diagnosed the problem asJukamania andthere is no known cure for it at the moment, but he has assured me that itcould get worse as time goes on.
He has advised me to throw away the Juke Brochure,
or at least stop looking through it, as this will cause hot flushes, but will definately ease the pain.
He said once you get your Juke,the symptonscould get worse as this could lead to a more seriouscondition known as, Jukesmilelitis.
Noticible bylarge smiles at first, leading to big grins all over your face.
This will gradually become worse before you reach thethird stage of the disease, which will definatelymake you want to sitin the Jukefor hours on end, playing with all the buttons, until you get familiar with them all.Once youare happywith how the Juke ticks, you might start to feel much better. But if you get the feeling that you want talkto it as well, then you will definately have to go into hospital for an operation.
Hopefully, if you keep taking these tablets I am going to prescribefor you. You will eventually be on the road to recovery.
This could take up to three months or more, but if youcan't stoptalking to your Juke, then there is nothing more I can do for you and you will just have to live with it for the rest of your ownership of this car.
Either sucumb to it's charms or get rid of it, that's the only known cure.
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