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Thank you for your loser driving

29 Jul

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Another week at the lake is ending today. Hubby’s holidays are over and he is back to work tomorrow. We had a great week as we had friends come up and visit for one day and friends come up and visit for the whole weekend. At one point in time there was 16 kids there ranging in age from 6 weeks to 9 years. That was fun!! Well, for some and less for others.
Anyways, now we are on our drive home from the lake. As I look in front of me right this instant, I see a string of cars, 12 long. Seems the majority of us have settled into the fact that the highway is busy with people returning from our weekend getaways.Then there’s is that one token douchecake.
You all know them, the one that passes 5 cars at a time whenever there’s is a break in traffic from the other side. Just needing to catch up to the next string of cars. He must live off the adrenaline rush of driving like a complete asshole.
Unfortunately, for the rest of us who lives you have little to no regard for, we don’t think your driving is awesome. We don’t think your car is awesome and we don’t think you are awesome. If you are in that much of a hurry to get home, perhaps you should pick a time when the highway may be less congested. Maybe get up out of bed and get on the road before noon, or wait till we are all at home safely and then come out later in the evening.
And as it always does end up happening, I’m sure I will see you at the first set of streetlights once we do hit the city. You will have shred off 1, maybe 2 minutes with your punkass driving. Good job!

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3 Responses to “Thank you for your loser driving”

  1. Mo' Money Mo' Houses (@momoneymohouses) July 31, 2012 at 10:54 pm #

    I totally know what you mean and I can’t stand those people. Was it worth almost crashing into another car to be two cars ahead of me? NO!

  2. Modest Money July 30, 2012 at 11:30 am #

    lol that sounds like my punkass driving of the past. I admit the adrenaline/testosterone part of it probably played a big role in it all. Even though I’d be shaving off minimal time, I’d still get frustrated stuck behind a group of slower cars. I’m at least a bit better about it now.

    • myjampackedlife July 30, 2012 at 11:39 am #

      oh i know we all go through it right? i was thinking the whole time how much more aggressive i used to be behind the wheel than i am now. just hope he lives long enough to grow up and realize how ridiculous it is like the rest of us.

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