January 22, 2008
Hey, rednecks...your shenanigans are not amusing.
I was driving home from grocery shopping today when I saw what appeared to be a man injured or dead lying in someone's front yard. I immediately turned around to go back to help.
OK, so maybe I've watched too much CSI, but your pair of jeans stuffed with leaves to make it look like a body, that's not funny. It makes sense around Halloween, but in January I just get ticked off that I turned around on a major thoroughfare to try to help some non-existent victim.
Yeah, fake dead body jokes...not so funny.
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We had a wreck when our oldest was just 7 weeks old in which our vehicle was totalled after rolling because someone had set up a scarecrow on a dark road. My husband thought it was a person standing in the middle of the road and swerved to avoid "him." Yeah. We ended up going to the hospital in an ambulance so our baby could have a CAT scan. Her car seat was filled w/ broken glass. I'd probably be dead if I'd been in the front seat with my husband instead of in the back w/ the baby. None of us were seriously injured but it cost us a vehicle and collection issues from the hospital that couldn't figure out how to bill our insurance.
Posted by: Marine Wife at January 22, 2008 08:35 AM (XW8Je)
Several years ago,two geniuses on motorcycles
(at night) decided it would be hilarious to
ride side by side on the wrong side of the
road. The joke was supposed to be that it would
look like a car was coming at on coming traffic
but the motorcyclists would split off at the last
moment before they collided with the car. The
person in the car swerved,naturally. One of the
bikers was killed and the motorist was severely
injured as well.
Why do people do this stuff??
Posted by: MaryIndiana at January 22, 2008 04:45 PM (SF+8d)
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