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2013-12-05 01:38:48 PM
Get the fark out of my way you asshole I have CONSUMING TO DO BECAUSE MY PRECIOUS LITTLE SNOWFLAKE JOHNNY WILL DIE IF I DON'T GET HIM THAT MUST-HAVE TOY!
 
2013-12-05 01:40:43 PM
I consider it a win-win if I have to park in the last spot in the lot.  I get more exercise, and it prevents me from buying anything too heavy or bulky.
 
2013-12-05 01:42:07 PM
No kidding. Driving to work this morning, there were pedestrians all over my sidewalk.
 
2013-12-05 01:43:52 PM
Do you really want to tick people off during the Christmas season?  Take up two parking spaces with your car as close to the mall entrance as possible.  Guaranteed to instantly make you more friends.
 
GBB
2013-12-05 01:44:14 PM
"Up on the sidewalk,thump thump thump"
 
2013-12-05 01:44:38 PM
Approves of this headline:

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2013-12-05 01:44:51 PM
Meh, I don't consider what most of you do as "driving" anyway.
 
2013-12-05 01:47:39 PM
I always wonder how many people who complain about tailgaters spend an inordinate amount of their time on multi-lane roads camping in the left-farking-lane like a complete asshole without passing.

Not that this makes the tailgating okay, but every day I see assholes doing it and you just know they're totally oblivious to the problem they're causing with their (illegal) behavior. Sitting there thinking "gee, these people flying around me on the right and blowing their horns and flipping the bird all the time... what is wrong with everybody else?"
 
2013-12-05 01:48:35 PM
My GF perhaps rightly considers New Year's Eve travel safer than shopping season traffic. Neither of us will drive near a Wal-Mart entrance; I've even seen cop cars hit *each other* once out front of one.
Possible icy roads this weekend here, too. Good thing there's a bar 2 doors down, right?
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-12-05 01:50:22 PM
somehow this will turn into "I hate all bikers" thread.
 
2013-12-05 01:50:32 PM
You just need to choose the right sort of car

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or

i41.tinypic.com
 
2013-12-05 01:52:01 PM

skozlaw: I always wonder how many people who complain about tailgaters spend an inordinate amount of their time on multi-lane roads camping in the left-farking-lane like a complete asshole without passing.

Not that this makes the tailgating okay, but every day I see assholes doing it and you just know they're totally oblivious to the problem they're causing with their (illegal) behavior. Sitting there thinking "gee, these people flying around me on the right and blowing their horns and flipping the bird all the time... what is wrong with everybody else?"


I see a lot of this on my drive from VA to IN, with the most occurences per car happening in Indiana.  I've got a new term for this: lane anchors.  And if you are a lane anchor you are lane shiatting by nature.

"Look at me, I'm going the speed limit!!"
 
2013-12-05 01:56:00 PM
Rick Romero Reporting Live: Obvious Tag is Obvious.

"Scientists say that it's either related to mammalian hoarding behavior for cold weather, or fueled by a human urge to find the true meaning of Christmas.  We'll have film at 11."
 
2013-12-05 01:58:35 PM
I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.
 
2013-12-05 01:58:46 PM
So...then Paul was just being festive?

i.huffpost.com

/Too soon?
 
GBB
2013-12-05 02:02:41 PM

Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.


Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.
 
2013-12-05 02:03:28 PM
Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

I never assume someone not using a signal isn't about to turn, and I never assume someone using a signal is about to turn.  Basically, I don't trust any of you farks.
 
2013-12-05 02:03:51 PM

Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: So...then Paul was just being festive?

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/Too soon?


He was just roasting his nuts by the fire
 
2013-12-05 02:05:15 PM
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2013-12-05 02:06:20 PM

Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.


www.robotvsbadger.com

Yeah...THAT'LL happen. And maybe later monkeys will fly out of my butt!
 
hej
2013-12-05 02:06:24 PM
The holidays make people more selfish in general.
 
2013-12-05 02:16:12 PM

GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.


I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.
 
2013-12-05 02:16:13 PM

skozlaw: I always wonder how many people who complain about tailgaters spend an inordinate amount of their time on multi-lane roads camping in the left-farking-lane like a complete asshole without passing.

Not that this makes the tailgating okay, but every day I see assholes doing it and you just know they're totally oblivious to the problem they're causing with their (illegal) behavior. Sitting there thinking "gee, these people flying around me on the right and blowing their horns and flipping the bird all the time... what is wrong with everybody else?"


My commute home yesterday. I merge in to HWY in right lane (3 lane HWY) behind a guy in a BMW sports car. He is driving kind of slow so I move to the middle, he moves to the middle as well (which is pretty normal for the merge etc) I then pull in to the left to go around him. He pulls in to the left lane still driving about 50 - 55 on a 65mph HWY. So he basically blocked me from going around him. Which OK no biggie I figure he is going to pass the other cars, Im kind of close to him just from the nature of the merges right. So he still is doing 50 - 55 in the left. We are passing a car on the right. Still pretty normal no big deal. Next thing I know the guy GUNS the car up to like 80+ and moves over to the right faster than a bat out of hell. OK I think to myself people are weird. I proceed to pass the guy and think nothing of it really at this point. So I pass the guy. Next thing I know he gets behind me and throws the high beams on. I was like WTF.

Guy driving slow in left lane during rush hour commute home, didnt tailgate him really as I wasnt behind him that long and HE feels he has been wronged so he highbeams me for several miles. People are assholes.
 
2013-12-05 02:20:55 PM

kindms: skozlaw: I always wonder how many people who complain about tailgaters spend an inordinate amount of their time on multi-lane roads camping in the left-farking-lane like a complete asshole without passing.

Not that this makes the tailgating okay, but every day I see assholes doing it and you just know they're totally oblivious to the problem they're causing with their (illegal) behavior. Sitting there thinking "gee, these people flying around me on the right and blowing their horns and flipping the bird all the time... what is wrong with everybody else?"

My commute home yesterday. I merge in to HWY in right lane (3 lane HWY) behind a guy in a BMW sports car. He is driving kind of slow so I move to the middle, he moves to the middle as well (which is pretty normal for the merge etc) I then pull in to the left to go around him. He pulls in to the left lane still driving about 50 - 55 on a 65mph HWY. So he basically blocked me from going around him. Which OK no biggie I figure he is going to pass the other cars, Im kind of close to him just from the nature of the merges right. So he still is doing 50 - 55 in the left. We are passing a car on the right. Still pretty normal no big deal. Next thing I know the guy GUNS the car up to like 80+ and moves over to the right faster than a bat out of hell. OK I think to myself people are weird. I proceed to pass the guy and think nothing of it really at this point. So I pass the guy. Next thing I know he gets behind me and throws the high beams on. I was like WTF.

Guy driving slow in left lane during rush hour commute home, didnt tailgate him really as I wasnt behind him that long and HE feels he has been wronged so he highbeams me for several miles. People are assholes.


Lazy assholes.

They don't look at their gauges every 15-30 seconds, so they have no idea what speed they are driving.  They refer to other vehicles.
 
GBB
2013-12-05 02:37:18 PM

Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.


nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.
 
2013-12-05 02:48:33 PM
You know what I love about tailgaters?

They will tailgate *me*, trying to force me to speed up or get out of their way, when I'm already going as fast as the line of traffic in front of me will allow. I've been in situations where I've been doing 70 in a 55, keeping with the flow of traffic ahead of me, and STILL ended up with a tailgater.

It's worse on 2-lane back roads, where speed limits are lower and there is no passing. Doing less than 10 over the limit gets you tailgated. Slowing down even a little to take a blind curve gets you an earful of an engine revving behind you. and as soon as you hit a clear straight, he takes off past you on the left, going 15-20 over the limit. And somehow, some way, YOU end up as the guilty party
 
2013-12-05 02:50:02 PM

skozlaw: I always wonder how many people who complain about tailgaters spend an inordinate amount of their time on multi-lane roads camping in the left-farking-lane like a complete asshole without passing.

Not that this makes the tailgating okay, but every day I see assholes doing it and you just know they're totally oblivious to the problem they're causing with their (illegal) behavior. Sitting there thinking "gee, these people flying around me on the right and blowing their horns and flipping the bird all the time... what is wrong with everybody else?"


The say speed kills and it almost did for me recently. I was going the speed limit, 70mph, and came up behind a guy driving 50. Then he slowed down even more. I would have gone around but my exit was the next one. This guy was only slightly out of the ordinary as people seem to normally only go 60 in this 70 stretch. It is ridiculous!
 
2013-12-05 02:59:11 PM

GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.


So your answer is "watch where I'M going, asshole?" Yeah, part of the problem.
 
2013-12-05 03:02:01 PM

Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.

So your answer is "watch where I'M going, asshole?" Yeah, part of the problem.


Yeah, watch where I'm going. Seriously. Be aware of every car around you. It isn't that hard since you are all going roughly the same speed and direction.
 
2013-12-05 03:03:07 PM

Loreweaver: You know what I love about tailgaters?

They will tailgate *me*, trying to force me to speed up or get out of their way, when I'm already going as fast as the line of traffic in front of me will allow. I've been in situations where I've been doing 70 in a 55, keeping with the flow of traffic ahead of me, and STILL ended up with a tailgater.

It's worse on 2-lane back roads, where speed limits are lower and there is no passing. Doing less than 10 over the limit gets you tailgated. Slowing down even a little to take a blind curve gets you an earful of an engine revving behind you. and as soon as you hit a clear straight, he takes off past you on the left, going 15-20 over the limit. And somehow, some way, YOU end up as the guilty party


You're that guy aren't you? The guy who slows down going up every hill and then speeds up on the way back down; speed fluctuating wildly, 10-15 mph plus or minus depending on the grade.
 
2013-12-05 03:04:14 PM

FrancoFile: Lazy assholes.

They don't look at their gauges every 15-30 seconds, so they have no idea what speed they are driving.  They refer to other vehicles.


This.  Just assume that everyone else is doing a speed that's "Won't get pulled over", stay back a bit, and match them.  Lets you keep your eyes on the road and watch out for anyone doing anything stupid.  Then when you get tired of how slow they're going, wait for a gap in the passing lane, merge over, pass them, and slowly catch up to the next group.

/Of course, I grew up in a state where the cops didn't patrol the freeways nearly at all (I believe the exact quote is "ignoring the idiots going 85 to pull over the people doing 100")
 
2013-12-05 03:07:42 PM

Tobin_Lam: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.

So your answer is "watch where I'M going, asshole?" Yeah, part of the problem.

Yeah, watch where I'm going. Seriously. Be aware of every car around you. It isn't that hard since you are all going roughly the same speed and direction.


Oh for farks sake, I'm not asking you to use your damn signals so that I can take a break and play sudoku while I drive. You know that. And these problems arise when someone wants to make their car NOT travel roughly in the same direction and/or speed as you. Are manners that farking hard that you refuse to notify others where you're planning to pilot your damn vehicle?
 
2013-12-05 03:15:55 PM
Yesterday I cleared my baffles as I passed Penns Landing on I-95 and smoothly accelerated up to Warp One and noticed a Silver F-150 in the left lane ahead. Pickups are notorious for plugging up the left lane ("Ohhhh, we'll get there when we get there....") and since he was approaching a pack of cars, I had no desire to get bottled up behind him. So I accelerated in the center lane, caught up, and strolled by him. I glanced down and noticed I was at 105 mph, meaning this guy was going 100 mph just trying to keep me from getting by. I got in the left lane and decelerated in time to gently work my way through pack, thwarting his nefarious plot....
 
2013-12-05 03:19:08 PM
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GBB
2013-12-05 03:20:03 PM

Mentalpatient87: Tobin_Lam: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.

So your answer is "watch where I'M going, asshole?" Yeah, part of the problem.

Yeah, watch where I'm going. Seriously. Be aware of every car around you. It isn't that hard since you are all going roughly the same speed and direction.

Oh for farks sake, I'm not asking you to use your damn signals so that I can take a break and play sudoku while I drive. You know that. And these problems arise when someone wants to make their car NOT travel roughly in the same direction and/or speed as you. Are manners that farking hard that you refuse to notify others where you're planning to pilot your damn vehicle?


Pay goddammed attention.  You are obliviously the problem.
 
2013-12-05 03:27:08 PM

GBB: Mentalpatient87: Tobin_Lam: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.

So your answer is "watch where I'M going, asshole?" Yeah, part of the problem.

Yeah, watch where I'm going. Seriously. Be aware of every car around you. It isn't that hard since you are all going roughly the same speed and direction.

Oh for farks sake, I'm not asking you to use your damn signals so that I can take a break and play sudoku while I drive. You know that. And these problems arise when someone wants to make their car NOT travel roughly in the same direction and/or speed as you. Are manners that farking hard that you refuse to notify others where you're planning to pilot your damn vehicle?

Pay goddammed attention.  You are obliviously the problem.


Nope. It's you.
 
GBB
2013-12-05 03:40:25 PM

NASAM: GBB: Mentalpatient87: Tobin_Lam: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.

So your answer is "watch where I'M going, asshole?" Yeah, part of the problem.

Yeah, watch where I'm going. Seriously. Be aware of every car around you. It isn't that hard since you are all going roughly the same speed and direction.

Oh for farks sake, I'm not asking you to use your damn signals so that I can take a break and play sudoku while I drive. You know that. And these problems arise when someone wants to make their car NOT travel roughly in the same direction and/or speed as you. Are manners that farking hard that you refuse to notify others where you're planning to pilot your damn vehicle?

Pay goddammed attention.  You are obliviously the problem.

Nope. It's you.


Ignore what I bolded above and chime in like you have clue 1 what's going on.  You're helping tremendously.
 
2013-12-05 03:43:33 PM
Been saying this for years.  And I don't mean parking lot assholery, I mean stupid, mindless shiat on the roads.  It's partly because people are pre-occupied with holiday crap and not paying attention, and partly because people are TRAVELLING a lot and you have drivers getting lost all over the place, clogging up the roads even more.
 
2013-12-05 03:56:11 PM

GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.


Not that you are going to change in any way, but at least it's the law to use your turn signal in Florida:

http://www.theticketclinic.com/blog/the-turn-signal-know-the-law/
 
2013-12-05 04:03:20 PM

GBB: Pay goddammed attention. You are obliviously the problem.


I already read, understood, and responded to that. It's kinda how we got started. You're doing a bad job demonstrating a firm grasp on what information other people have and need. Maybe you should just use your turn signals to be safe. I mean, the stick is right there. It doesn't hurt. It doesn't cost money. All you have to do is stick your fingers out and slide your hand up the wheel a bit. What are you losing by practicing a little courtesy? Simply put, why not?
 
2013-12-05 04:12:12 PM

Voiceofreason01: Loreweaver: You know what I love about tailgaters?

They will tailgate *me*, trying to force me to speed up or get out of their way, when I'm already going as fast as the line of traffic in front of me will allow. I've been in situations where I've been doing 70 in a 55, keeping with the flow of traffic ahead of me, and STILL ended up with a tailgater.

It's worse on 2-lane back roads, where speed limits are lower and there is no passing. Doing less than 10 over the limit gets you tailgated. Slowing down even a little to take a blind curve gets you an earful of an engine revving behind you. and as soon as you hit a clear straight, he takes off past you on the left, going 15-20 over the limit. And somehow, some way, YOU end up as the guilty party

You're that guy aren't you? The guy who slows down going up every hill and then speeds up on the way back down; speed fluctuating wildly, 10-15 mph plus or minus depending on the grade.


I'm guessing you meant it as a joke, but no.

I actually maintain speed, and I'm always doing at least the speed limit, except when cornering. Many of the back roads where I live have pretty sharp curves, and several of the curves are dug into the side of a steep hill, making it impossible to see traffic coming in the opposing lane as you round the bend. If you are on the inside of the curve, you slow down just enough to stay all the way inside, in case someone coming the other way dives towards the middle as he comes around. And if you are on the outside, you slow down just enough that you don't have to dive towards the middle to make it around the curve.

But hey, what do I know about driving and physics? I'm just the "Grandpa" who refuses to drive more than 10 MPH over the limit.
 
2013-12-05 04:13:31 PM

MajorTubeSteak: Do you really want to tick people off during the Christmas season?  Take up two parking spaces with your car as close to the mall entrance as possible.  Guaranteed to instantly make you more friends.


You spelled get your car farked up wrong.
 
2013-12-05 04:18:49 PM

Loreweaver: I'm guessing you meant it as a joke, but no.



lol, a bit. It is extremely annoying when people do that but I don't know you or how you drive.
 
GBB
2013-12-05 04:36:09 PM

Mentalpatient87: GBB: Pay goddammed attention. You are obliviously the problem.

I already read, understood, and responded to that. It's kinda how we got started. You're doing a bad job demonstrating a firm grasp on what information other people have and need. Maybe you should just use your turn signals to be safe. I mean, the stick is right there. It doesn't hurt. It doesn't cost money. All you have to do is stick your fingers out and slide your hand up the wheel a bit. What are you losing by practicing a little courtesy? Simply put, why not?


It's pretty simple.  I do use it when I need to.  Regardless of the law, I choose to not use it when I am certain (to my own standards) that it's not necessary.  It's not that I'm trying to be a dick by not using it.  If I'm turning into a plaza and someone is trying to exit, I will signal so they can decide for themselves if they want to jump out in front of me.  If I'm on the highway and need to merge over in front of someone, I will use it to let them know I would like to move over.  I'm very courteous when I use it.  But, if traffic is light and there are large gaps in traffic, I'm not using if no one will be affected by my direction change.

However, I am being a dick for dick's sake in this thread simply because I don't think that anyone should ever be dependent on someone else's use of a turn signal to determine their own actions.  Besides the fact that people generally telegraph their intentions to change lanes even without using a turn signal, the fact of the matter is that there is never any guarantee that a driver will follow the actions of their own turn signal.  How many times have we seen someone drive 5 miles with their turn signal on?  Personally, I never trust anyone's turn signal so it never bothers me that anyone doesn't use it.  And as I noted above, I understand that other people will continue to depend on them, so I use them, just not religiously.

/take care, drive safe, no ill will.
 
2013-12-05 04:46:56 PM

GBB: It's pretty simple. I do use it when I need to. Regardless of the law, I choose to not use it when I am certain (to my own standards) that it's not necessary. It's not that I'm trying to be a dick by not using it. If I'm turning into a plaza and someone is trying to exit, I will signal so they can decide for themselves if they want to jump out in front of me. If I'm on the highway and need to merge over in front of someone, I will use it to let them know I would like to move over. I'm very courteous when I use it. But, if traffic is light and there are large gaps in traffic, I'm not using if no one will be affected by my direction change.


You should do it even when there's nobody around.  It's a good habit to get in to, and should you ever screw up and change lanes when somebody is in your blind spot, both of you will be more likely to survive.
 
2013-12-05 04:54:37 PM

Voiceofreason01: Loreweaver: I'm guessing you meant it as a joke, but no.


lol, a bit. It is extremely annoying when people do that but I don't know you or how you drive.


According to my family and friends, I'm the safest driver they know. They jokingly call me "Grandpa", despite the fact I usually drive 5-10 over the limit. The reason why they call me that is, I slow down when needed, i maintain safe follow distances, and I don't hit the throttle to try to beat yellow lights.

As for the "slow hill climbers", I've had my fair share getting stuck behind them. Half of them are the retiree types, and the other half just don't maintain their cars properly, thus losing power on the hills.
 
2013-12-05 05:41:49 PM

FrancoFile: GBB: It's pretty simple. I do use it when I need to. Regardless of the law, I choose to not use it when I am certain (to my own standards) that it's not necessary. It's not that I'm trying to be a dick by not using it. If I'm turning into a plaza and someone is trying to exit, I will signal so they can decide for themselves if they want to jump out in front of me. If I'm on the highway and need to merge over in front of someone, I will use it to let them know I would like to move over. I'm very courteous when I use it. But, if traffic is light and there are large gaps in traffic, I'm not using if no one will be affected by my direction change.

You should do it even when there's nobody around.  It's a good habit to get in to, and should you ever screw up and change lanes when somebody is in your blind spot, both of you will be more likely to survive.


Not just that, but how do you know that there isn't a cop nearby? I don't know how it is where you live, but cops in Vegas drive all kinds of unmarked cars...not just Crown Vics.

Use your turn signals. Use them every time you turn or change lanes. That's what they are there for. Stop being a self-entitled dick and use your signals.
 
2013-12-05 05:52:44 PM

GBB: NASAM: GBB: Mentalpatient87: Tobin_Lam: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mentalpatient87: GBB: Mateorocks: I'm not asking a lot, folks. But please, please, please use your farking turn signals.

Only if I need to warn you about what I'm doing.  Otherwise, no.

I doubt your ability to accurately make that distinction. Use your farkin' turn signals.

nope.  pay attention to your surroundings.  I've never had an issue with anyone else not using a turn signal.  Ever.

So your answer is "watch where I'M going, asshole?" Yeah, part of the problem.

Yeah, watch where I'm going. Seriously. Be aware of every car around you. It isn't that hard since you are all going roughly the same speed and direction.

Oh for farks sake, I'm not asking you to use your damn signals so that I can take a break and play sudoku while I drive. You know that. And these problems arise when someone wants to make their car NOT travel roughly in the same direction and/or speed as you. Are manners that farking hard that you refuse to notify others where you're planning to pilot your damn vehicle?

Pay goddammed attention.  You are obliviously the problem.

Nope. It's you.

Ignore what I bolded above and chime in like you have clue 1 what's going on.  You're helping tremendously.


I read all of your posts, and read what you bolded.  YOU are the problem.

Learn to drive son.
 
2013-12-05 07:25:39 PM

GBB: It's pretty simple. I do use it when I need to.


It is simple. "When you need to" is every time you make a turn or change lanes. It's not up to your discretion. Because you are a human, and you can and will fark up. That's why society made turn signals and brake lights and stop signs, to minimize the chance of people (like you) farking up by laying some ground rules for what actions are coupled with which CLEAR, DESIGNATED SIGNALS on the road. Again, it's right there. What are you losing by practicing courtesy? Or rather, what do you gain from not using it? Is the turn signal in your car difficult to use? Do you have to crank it or use a ripcord or something? I just can't wrap my head around why you're so stubborn about doing something so simple. It's just "nope." Nope, fark others. Nope, my road. Nope..
 
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2013-12-05 09:36:29 PM

Mentalpatient87: GBB: It's pretty simple. I do use it when I need to.

It is simple. "When you need to" is every time you make a turn or change lanes. It's not up to your discretion. Because you are a human, and you can and will fark up. That's why society made turn signals and brake lights and stop signs, to minimize the chance of people (like you) farking up by laying some ground rules for what actions are coupled with which CLEAR, DESIGNATED SIGNALS on the road. Again, it's right there. What are you losing by practicing courtesy? Or rather, what do you gain from not using it? Is the turn signal in your car difficult to use? Do you have to crank it or use a ripcord or something? I just can't wrap my head around why you're so stubborn about doing something so simple. It's just "nope." Nope, fark others. Nope, my road. Nope..


Must be fun in your world to get mad at what everyone else around you does wrong.  Good luck out there.  You, more than most, need it.
 
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