My attempt to be kewl and froody

My attempt to be kewl and froody

Post by PrinceGunt » Fri, 09 Jan 2004 21:50:59


My biggest pet peeve is getting behind people who are driving five miles under
the speed limit (speed limits here are consistently set 5 miles too slow
already).  But the kicker is when you get behind one of them, and they've got a
freakin NASCAR license plate.  Like, WTF?  And the other day, I got behind
someone who was driving five miles under the speed limit, and they had a Dale
Ernhardt license plate.  Like, shouldn't that be an invitation for me to
rear-end you and drive you into the wall?  I have places to go, and kewl and
froody things to do, after all.

 
 
 

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Post by Bill Dee » Fri, 09 Jan 2004 21:55:25

Quote:
>My biggest pet peeve is getting behind people who are driving five miles
>under
>the speed limit (speed limits here are consistently set 5 miles too slow
>already).

  You left out "in the left lane."

Quote:
>And the other day, I got behind
>someone who was driving five miles under the speed limit, and they had a Dale
>Ernhardt license plate.

   Dale fans now drive slowly. They donut want to have a crash.

 
 
 

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Post by Tony Ric » Fri, 09 Jan 2004 22:02:08



Quote:
>>My biggest pet peeve is getting behind people who are driving five miles
>>under
>>the speed limit (speed limits here are consistently set 5 miles too slow
>>already).

>   You left out "in the left lane."

The politicians keep telling us that we are going to get some of these
"left lanes" you are referring to.  They've even dispatched a large group
of men on construction equipment who have knocked down all the trees along
the roadways in the name of eventually providing "left lanes".

I'm skeptical it will ever happen though.

 
 
 

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Post by Matthew Henni » Fri, 09 Jan 2004 22:07:34



Quote:

> My biggest pet peeve is getting behind people who are driving five
> miles under the speed limit (speed limits here are consistently set 5
> miles too slow already).  But the kicker is when you get behind one of
> them, and they've got a freakin NASCAR license plate.  Like, WTF?  And
> the other day, I got behind someone who was driving five miles under
> the speed limit, and they had a Dale Ernhardt license plate.  Like,
> shouldn't that be an invitation for me to rear-end you and drive you
> into the wall?  I have places to go, and kewl and froody things to do,
> after all.

Why wasn't this crossposted?

MH
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Post by Eggma » Fri, 09 Jan 2004 23:34:31

On 08 Jan 2004 a thousand monkeys typed the following and Tony Rice

Quote:


>>>My biggest pet peeve is getting behind people who are driving five
>>>miles under
>>>the speed limit (speed limits here are consistently set 5 miles too
>>>slow already).

>>   You left out "in the left lane."

> The politicians keep telling us that we are going to get some of these
> "left lanes" you are referring to.  They've even dispatched a large
> group of men on construction equipment who have knocked down all the
> trees along the roadways in the name of eventually providing "left
> lanes".

> I'm skeptical it will ever happen though.

Around here they close left lanes so they can paint the trees, near as I
can tell.  I'm skeptical those left lanes will ever reopen.

Eggman

 
 
 

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Post by Charles Beaucham » Sat, 10 Jan 2004 00:03:26


Quote:

> My biggest pet peeve is getting behind people who are driving five miles
under
> the speed limit (speed limits here are consistently set 5 miles too slow
> already).  But the kicker is when you get behind one of them, and they've
got a
> freakin NASCAR license plate.  Like, WTF?  And the other day, I got behind
> someone who was driving five miles under the speed limit, and they had a
Dale
> Ernhardt license plate.  Like, shouldn't that be an invitation for me to
> rear-end you and drive you into the wall?  I have places to go, and kewl
and
> froody things to do, after all.

This is of course a lie.  You can't possibly have anything cool to do so who
do you think you are phooling?

v/r Beau