Ennuipoet: This City sucks now. I'm moving to Chicago.
Popcorn Johnny: Ennuipoet: This City sucks now. I'm moving to Chicago.Chicago sucks even more.
senioroni: Can someone remind me what the appeal of living in NYC is? Is it the bags of trash?
Ennuipoet: Once upon time New Yorker's killed each other over a parking space. Now this.This City sucks now. I'm moving to Chicago.
Fissile: senioroni: Can someone remind me what the appeal of living in NYC is? Is it the bags of trash?==========New York trash is superior to your redneck, flyover trash.
rooftop235: One was a BMW. The other was a Toyota Corolla.Guess how many NEW YORKERS were in that scene.
highendmighty: well, I know one car that's gonna get keyed / lose a mirror...or are they strictly a slash-the-tire type out there in NY?
red5ish: I like the spectator lady that told them to "get laid". That was sweet NYC smack.
rooftop235: The way that guy in the BIMMER laid on the horn makes me want to drive up there from Orlando and kick his ass.If I was there at the time I would have asked him WTF he was doing, just to get him to stop.
armoredbulldozer: Ennuipoet: Once upon time New Yorker's killed each other over a parking space. Now this.This City sucks now. I'm moving to Chicago.So, you will then be able to say you lived in the two cities of the two biggest mayoral douches in human history.
timujin: That is one of the most pathetic "fights" I've seen in a very long time.
Qel: I was taking an Astronomy course and weather cancelled the nighttime event, so a tour of the Air and Space Museum was scheduled instead. I arrived early to find parking, and was lucky enough to find a car leaving a spot near the museum. The car pulled away and I was about to back in when a black audi pulled right up to my bumper. I waited a moment, stuck my arm out and waved. Nothing. I walked up to the car, said "sorry, I think there's a misunderstanding, I was waiting for this spot". A man replied "I know." I said "okay, thanks. If you could back up so... " 'I don't see it that way" he said. "Excuse me?" I reply. "You heard me." he said. looking very smug. So i walked back to my car, turned around looked at him, then his car. I pulled away and he parked. I found a spot a few blocks away, and walked back to museum and I crossed the street, behind his car. As I towards my professor, I saw the man smoking a cigarette in the shade nearby, laughing as he told the story to his wife. He looked over, pointed at me and laughed. I smiled and waved. My prof asked "Who is that? A friend?" I said "No, that guy stole my parking spot. So I dragged my house key across the left side of his car and trunk." My prof started laughing incredulously.
Qel: I said "No, that guy stole my parking spot. So I dragged my house key across the left side of his car and trunk."
clutchcargo2002: timujin: That is one of the most pathetic "fights" I've seen in a very long time.No doubt. I've seen a fight in San Francisco between a guy in a wheelchair with a big stick and a guy with a broken leg on crutches that had way more action than that. And the funny part, no one cared. No one yelled for them to stop. No one took a video. People just walked around them on Market Street while they were wailing on each other.
crab66: They should have been armed. They could have killed each other and a few innocents And then the cops could have showed up and killed a few more.Give gun nuts something to masturbate over.
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