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2014-02-14 10:08:09 AM
When you gotta go, you gotta go.
 
2014-02-14 10:55:45 AM

krelborne: When you gotta go, you gotta go.


This.. Ain't nobody willing to shiat their pants in public (well, unless you're into that, which the police would frown upon as well i think)
 
2014-02-14 10:57:25 AM

krelborne: When you gotta go, you gotta go.


Came in to post exactly that.  I think we're done here, folks.
 
2014-02-14 11:02:05 AM

krelborne: When you gotta go, you gotta go.


I will keep it going. You beat me to it.
 
2014-02-14 11:02:36 AM

dopekitty74: krelborne: When you gotta go, you gotta go.

This.. Ain't nobody willing to shiat their pants in public (well, unless you're into that, which the police would frown upon as well i think)


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ohai guise whats goin on in dis thred
 
2014-02-14 11:06:44 AM
Gives a whole new meaning to the term dashcam when it caught the last few seconds of his run to the restroom.
 
2014-02-14 11:13:52 AM

flak attack: krelborne: When you gotta go, you gotta go.

Came in to post exactly that.  I think we're done here, folks.


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2014-02-14 11:14:00 AM
So, since the cops stopped him and prevented him from going inside, he must have shiat his pants then right?  Or maybe getting pulled over made his anus pucker and saved his drawers and his seat.
 
2014-02-14 11:19:50 AM

Carn: So, since the cops stopped him and prevented him from going inside, he must have shiat his pants then right?  Or maybe getting pulled over made his anus pucker and saved his drawers and his seat.


Or maybe he was just speeding, got caught, and this was the best excuse he could make up on the spot?
 
2014-02-14 11:21:53 AM
 
2014-02-14 11:27:23 AM
at least, being a driving instructor, he's probably a damn good driver...
 
2014-02-14 11:37:49 AM
You misspelled baño
 
2014-02-14 11:43:58 AM
He was found guilty of dangerously driving at excessive speed and banned from driving for two years as well as ordered to pay a £350 fine.

Jesus Christo, a bit excessive there judge?
 
2014-02-14 11:44:41 AM

dopekitty74: at least, being a driving instructor, he's probably a damn good driver...


Snort. I do track instruction for a couple of car clubs. Most people are teachable, a few are naturals, and a small number we categorize as "OSB" (Other Sports Beckon). A couple of years ago, I had one from the last group. Every track session was torture: He had some terrible habits (putting the car in neutral in the braking zone, incredibly abrupt steering input), and absolutely *no* feel for what the car was doing. One of my friends was his instructor the next day, and we traded notes - he'd progressed all the way to "mildly terrifying".

The student's day job? Instructor for a commercial driving school.

/CSB!
 
2014-02-14 11:46:48 AM
"...but soon after the police gave pursuit, he sped up to 195km/h along the 6km stretch, dangerously undertaking traffic on the road."

Shouldn't that be overtaking?  Or is this some Brit thing?  Or am I just high?
 
2014-02-14 11:51:54 AM
"he sped up to 195km/h along the 6km stretch, dangerously undertaking traffic on the road"

He wasn't overtaking, so he was actually going too slow?
195 KPH... that's almost half the speed limit.
 
2014-02-14 11:53:27 AM
CSB:
My brother has colitis. He was pulled over for speeding (75 on the highway), and was trying to get to his destination faster to take a shiat. He went to court to tell this to the judge, and got as far as "I have colitis..." when the judge stopped him and asked if my brother (then 19 or 20) had a job (he did).

His fine, court costs included, was the cash he had on him; about $40-50 (would have been $100 or 120 plus costs otherwise).

// apparently, the judge's nephew has colitis as well, but "speeding is wrong no matter the reason"
// end CSB
 
2014-02-14 11:54:48 AM
Needs this:

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2014-02-14 12:02:40 PM
I once used this excuse, and it worked.  I was being honest, too.  "Do you know how fast you were going?"  "Yes I do.  I really, really need to pee and I'm trying to get home.  It's right over there."  "Well, don't let me keep you from it.  Have a nice day."

It was just something like 40 in a 30, so nothing too egregious.
 
2014-02-14 12:05:47 PM

xria: Carn: So, since the cops stopped him and prevented him from going inside, he must have shiat his pants then right?  Or maybe getting pulled over made his anus pucker and saved his drawers and his seat.

Or maybe he was just speeding, got caught, and this was the best excuse he could make up on the spot?


If he really did shiat his pants in front of them I bet he got out of the ticket.
 
2014-02-14 12:09:24 PM
Happened to me driving through 'Bama on the interstate. A sudden, urgent need came upon me, and I knew there was a rest stop a couple miles ahead. I raced there at 80MPH and did my business. The cop was waiting for me to come out of the john to give me a ticket. He said I was racing that "other guy ." I did see another car speed past me, but I didn't know him. The bastage wouldn't believe that I had to go.
 
2014-02-14 12:11:09 PM

Weatherkiss: dopekitty74: krelborne: When you gotta go, you gotta go.

This.. Ain't nobody willing to shiat their pants in public (well, unless you're into that, which the police would frown upon as well i think)

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ohai guise whats goin on in dis thred


you are my new best friend
 
2014-02-14 12:24:13 PM

GanjSmokr: "...but soon after the police gave pursuit, he sped up to 195km/h along the 6km stretch, dangerously undertaking traffic on the road."

Shouldn't that be overtaking?  Or is this some Brit thing?  Or am I just high?


In Britain you can't overtake on the left, we call it undertaking. For you it'd be like if you can't overtake on the right. I'm split on the issue, for one thing it is a safety thing, because it stops people weaving, and such as, like, but on the other hand when all the idiots pile into the fast lane and end up doing 70 and the rest of the motorway is free I have no choice but to undertake, so think it should be legal, but then I remember driving in America, it's insane, you guys are brave. But then since you know you can undertake you check before moving. If undertaking was legalised here many wouldn't be used to it and it'd take accidents to remind people to check. Even though they should be checking anyway, no one does.

I'm happy for things that stop the general population being dangerous, but on the other hand the rules that apply to them shouldn't apply to me, because I hate them.
 
2014-02-14 12:33:12 PM

Slaxl: GanjSmokr: "...but soon after the police gave pursuit, he sped up to 195km/h along the 6km stretch, dangerously undertaking traffic on the road."

Shouldn't that be overtaking?  Or is this some Brit thing?  Or am I just high?

In Britain you can't overtake on the left, we call it undertaking. For you it'd be like if you can't overtake on the right. I'm split on the issue, for one thing it is a safety thing, because it stops people weaving, and such as, like, but on the other hand when all the idiots pile into the fast lane and end up doing 70 and the rest of the motorway is free I have no choice but to undertake, so think it should be legal, but then I remember driving in America, it's insane, you guys are brave. But then since you know you can undertake you check before moving. If undertaking was legalised here many wouldn't be used to it and it'd take accidents to remind people to check. Even though they should be checking anyway, no one does.

I'm happy for things that stop the general population being dangerous, but on the other hand the rules that apply to them shouldn't apply to me, because I hate them.


Thank you for the thorough explanation.  Much appreciated!
 
2014-02-14 12:56:11 PM

Whatchoo Talkinbout: He was found guilty of dangerously driving at excessive speed and banned from driving for two years as well as ordered to pay a £350 fine.

Jesus Christo, a bit excessive there judge?


American laws are harsh on drug use and lax on bad driving, British laws are lax on drug use and harsh on bad driving.

This is a combination of both the speed and what he was doing at the same time. On an empty motorway doing 120mph won't get you a ban if you have a clean record. Weaving in and out of traffic on a busy road while doing 120mph will up the offense from speeding to dangerous driving and the ban comes out. He will also have to retake his driving test after the two years ban.
 
2014-02-14 12:56:52 PM

Slaxl: GanjSmokr: "...but soon after the police gave pursuit, he sped up to 195km/h along the 6km stretch, dangerously undertaking traffic on the road."

Shouldn't that be overtaking?  Or is this some Brit thing?  Or am I just high?

In Britain you can't overtake on the left, we call it undertaking. For you it'd be like if you can't overtake on the right. I'm split on the issue, for one thing it is a safety thing, because it stops people weaving, and such as, like, but on the other hand when all the idiots pile into the fast lane and end up doing 70 and the rest of the motorway is free I have no choice but to undertake, so think it should be legal, but then I remember driving in America, it's insane, you guys are brave. But then since you know you can undertake you check before moving. If undertaking was legalised here many wouldn't be used to it and it'd take accidents to remind people to check. Even though they should be checking anyway, no one does.

I'm happy for things that stop the general population being dangerous, but on the other hand the rules that apply to them shouldn't apply to me, because I hate them.


We consider five people blowing past you on the wrong side a gentle reminder that you are in the wrong lane.
 
2014-02-14 12:59:37 PM
Just keep a few empty bottles on hand for emergencies

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io30s7-5VaQ
 
2014-02-14 01:58:40 PM

Slaxl: In Britain you can't overtake on the left, we call it undertaking.


So in America, it's what we call "passing on the right", and not what an undertaker does.
 
2014-02-14 02:35:04 PM

WelldeadLink: Slaxl: In Britain you can't overtake on the left, we call it undertaking.

So in America, it's what we call "passing on the right", and not what an undertaker does.


IANAL but I believe UK law actually says "should not" overtake on the left, not "must not".

So it can be used as part of the evidence against you if you're charged with dangerous driving and there's other evidence too; but by itself it's not an offence...

/ doing it at 120 mph not so smrt, though
 
2014-02-14 06:00:44 PM
"I'll bet you though I couldn't make it."
 
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