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Mr. Plow
07-09-2009, 07:42 PM
My wife is away for the evening, so I've got all my kids. Well, minus the oldest who is staying the night somewhere - so I've got my 4, 3, & nearly 2 year old all to myself.

They were getting restless, so I asked if they wanted to walk to the convenience store. It's only 5-6 blocks away and no major roads to crss, so the boys rode their bikes, and I pushed my daughter in her stroller.

On the way back to my house, we get into our neighborhood and my 3 year old takes off a little ahead of us on his bike. It's a really quiet neighborhood and any cars coming through there know there are lots of little kids.

So, as we get 1/2 a block from my house, my neighbors (whom I've had issues with in the past) 16/17 year old son comes through the neighborhood a little fast (maybe 30-35 mph). I'm 1/4 block behind my 3 year old and this mother fucker flies up behind him - gets less than 10 yards away from him in the street and fucking honks his horn. My 3 year old didn't see him coming and gets scared, falls off the bike - bike lands on him a bit - he screams and runs crying to the side of the road. At this point I am sprinting pushing my daughter to get to him and this fucking assholes sits in the middle of the road, waiting for my 3 year old to calm down to get his bike - which isn't even in his way. He tells my son to get his bike out of the middle of the road, which he does, and then proceeds to pull into his driveway and SPRINT inside.

This fucking bitch ass kid knew I was going to beat his ass and ran into his parents house without so much as turning around and saying he was sorry.

He fucking sat in his car watching my son cry and couldn't so much as just get out of the car, say he was sorry and help him up. Fucking shit I hate my crazy ass fucking neighbors and their fucking rabbits. I'm going to leave my dog out of the kennel on accident....he loves rabbits and surely he'll catch one of the 10 fucking cats they have.

Damnit I'm pissed. My wife is gonna be MEGA pissed when she gets home.




PS.....sorry for stealing your title Mic.

Hog Farmer
07-09-2009, 07:44 PM
Are you not carrying a firearm with you. you could have made that punk shit his pants!

In fact you should at least go stick a knife in his tires. ALL FOUR!

KC Jones
07-09-2009, 07:46 PM
You could put up a really bright light that shines on their house?
:D


That sucks man, any chance you could talk to his parents or just talk to him about what the responsible thing to do in that situation?

Mr. Plow
07-09-2009, 07:48 PM
That sucks man, any chance you could talk to his parents or just talk to him about what the responsible thing to do in that situation?


I'm going to when I have a chance to cool off. I damn near went to their front door and just fucking walked in and grabbed the little fucker.

Mr. Plow
07-09-2009, 07:49 PM
Are you not carrying a firearm with you. you could have made that punk shit his pants!

In fact you should at least go stick a knife in his tires. ALL FOUR!

Do you have any extra boar semen lying around? Thinking about putting some on his door handles.

DMAC
07-09-2009, 07:50 PM
Was he carrying a laptop?

Bwana
07-09-2009, 07:50 PM
I'm not sure what I would do after something like that, but I'm almost sure Jr would drive a little slower next time when I was done. :)

Hydrae
07-09-2009, 07:51 PM
You need to come up with a way to scare the crap out of him then ask him if he enjoyed it. I am sure there are many around here who could come up with creative ways of accomplishing this without actually harming him.

Mr. Plow
07-09-2009, 07:53 PM
You need to come up with a way to scare the crap out of him then ask him if he enjoyed it. I am sure there are many around here who could come up with creative ways of accomplishing this without actually harming him.

Not a bad idea....and I like it better than having a rational talk with him and his parents. Where's the fun in that?

Bwana
07-09-2009, 07:55 PM
What other issues have you had with these folks?

Huffman83
07-09-2009, 07:55 PM
You may want to report that to your local law enforcement. A lot of towns are developing laws for harassing bicyclists due to a lot of people riding their bikes instead of driving.

Tribal Warfare
07-09-2009, 07:57 PM
Was he carrying a laptop?

On his sweet bike

Brock
07-09-2009, 07:57 PM
A little Aunt Jemima in the motor oil spout will fix that.

Hog Farmer
07-09-2009, 07:58 PM
Not a bad idea....and I like it better than having a rational talk with him and his parents. Where's the fun in that?


I could send you a rattlesnake to throw in his car. Then leave him a note stating that the TWO rattlers he's been blessed with have many more friends where those came from.

Or I can just send the boar jizz!

Hydrae
07-09-2009, 08:00 PM
I could send you a rattlesnake to throw in his car. Then leave him a note stating that the TWO rattlers he's been blessed with have many more friends where those came from.

Or I can just send the boar jizz!

I actually was thinking snake when I made my post. I don't want to see the kid killed, just get a little taste of his own medicine. You know, real life lessons but the easy way since he is still only 16.

Buck
07-09-2009, 08:00 PM
You should accidentally cut off his catalytic converter.

Sure-Oz
07-09-2009, 08:02 PM
Key teh shit out of his car, draw a baby stroller on it and a kid riding his bike

kstater
07-09-2009, 08:03 PM
Wow, I'm glad your kid is OK. However, the correct solution to your problem is to keep your 3 year old out of the street.

Bwana
07-09-2009, 08:05 PM
I could send you a rattlesnake to throw in his car. Then leave him a note stating that the TWO rattlers he's been blessed with have many more friends where those came from.

Or I can just send the boar jizz!

I could round the old boy or a rattlessnake a well, but as tempting a the boar goo would be, I'm not sure Jr would know what the hell it was. :D

DMAC
07-09-2009, 08:05 PM
Wow, I'm glad your kid is OK. However, the correct solution to your problem is to keep your 3 year old out of the street.
pffffffffffffft ROFL

Mr. Plow
07-09-2009, 08:09 PM
Wow, I'm glad your kid is OK. However, the correct solution to your problem is to keep your 3 year old out of the street.

While I understand what you are saying....

This is a quiet neighborhood. Lots of kids through out. No through streets. My kids watch for cars and get over when they come, he just didn't see it.

I have - and nobody else has - any issues with slowing down and going around any of the kids in the neighborhood.

RedNeckRaider
07-09-2009, 08:12 PM
I'm not sure what I would do after something like that, but I'm almost sure Jr would drive a little slower next time when I was done. :)

Fact! but I hate to give advice on these type things. Uh if he has a dad thats where I would start. A come to Jesus meeting would have already taken place.

luv
07-09-2009, 08:13 PM
I have walked your bawling kid up to his door right then, so his parents could see how much their son scared him.

Deberg_1990
07-09-2009, 08:16 PM
Hes 16. 16 year old kids do stupid things.

I would just try to talk with him first to see if you can correct his actions in the future.

DeezNutz
07-09-2009, 08:28 PM
While I understand what you are saying....

This is a quiet neighborhood. Lots of kids through out. No through streets. My kids watch for cars and get over when they come, he just didn't see it.

I have - and nobody else has - any issues with slowing down and going around any of the kids in the neighborhood.

The 16-year-old acted like a douche, which isn't too surprising given his age.

That said, I wouldn't trust a 3-year-old to watch for cars and get over. Not trying to be "that guy," Mr. Plow, but that's a risk that I wouldn't take.

Mr. Plow
07-09-2009, 08:36 PM
The 16-year-old acted like a douche, which isn't too surprising given his age.

That said, I wouldn't trust a 3-year-old to watch for cars and get over. Not trying to be "that guy," Mr. Plow, but that's a risk that I wouldn't take.

I understand, trust me. I know he shouldn't have been in the middle of the street - he feels more comfortable there because he has moved to a "big bike". But, we see nearly no cars going down the street. We have done this exact thing 4 other times in the past 10 days and haven't seen a car on this street other than tonight. If I had thought he was in danger, he wouldn't have been there. This is semi small town KS.

Tribal Warfare
07-09-2009, 08:37 PM
Hes 16. 16 year old kids do stupid things.

I would just try to talk with him first to see if you can correct his actions in the future.

It's a bitch move , because I know if I was his age and that happened to me I'd rush out of my vehicle to make sure the kid was alright.

DeezNutz
07-09-2009, 08:37 PM
I understand, trust me. I know he shouldn't have been in the middle of the street - he feels more comfortable there because he has moved to a "big bike". But, we see nearly no cars going down the street. We have done this exact thing 4 other times in the past 10 days and haven't seen a car on this street other than tonight. If I had thought he was in danger, he wouldn't have been there. This is semi small town KS.

I hear you. Most of the time there's probably nothing to worry about.

RJ
07-09-2009, 08:38 PM
I think you should knock on the door and have that talk tonight, if you can. The kid needs to understand that he did something very wrong.

DaneMcCloud
07-09-2009, 08:39 PM
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Mr. Plow
07-09-2009, 08:40 PM
It's a bitch move , because I know if I was his age and that happened to me I'd rush out of my vehicle to make sure the kid was alright.

Exactly....and I would have been ok with that. A stupid kid doing a stupid thing is normal, but an apology and checking on him since I was 1/4 block away running with a stroller would have been the nice thing to do.

Ebolapox
07-09-2009, 08:43 PM
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WTF are you doing vegas posting? shit, go kill a hooker and try not to get caught counting cards at the bellagio!

bowener
07-09-2009, 08:50 PM
You know, I think it would be too bad if this littles fuckers car happened to break down in some way.

Maybe a few scratches appear on the side of it too...

Get your wife to stuff about 12 tampons down his gas nozzle and let him spend a few hundred bucks having his car towed to the dealership and the tank being removed to pull the tampon out of line.

petegz28
07-09-2009, 08:53 PM
I'd be pissed. We have a kid around here that zooms up and down the street all the time...whenever I a out or the neighbors acorss the street are out we all give him the stare and he keeps his little wing-ding cool. The kid was trying to act like he was cool and didn't see Daddy coming until he had already played his card

Iowanian
07-09-2009, 09:00 PM
IF he won't talk to you like a man.....my solution is to find someone his age, pay them $100, and have them "talk" to him on your behalf.

I've gotten it done for a lot less in the past.

DeezNutz
07-09-2009, 09:01 PM
IF he won't talk to you like a man.....my solution is to find someone his age, pay them $100, and have them "talk" to him on your behalf.

I've gotten it done for a lot less in the past.

Iowa my ass.

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Mr. Wizard
07-09-2009, 09:06 PM
Mr Wizard says wait until tomorrow eve so everyone is calm, take your son and his bike down to the house and calmly tell them what happened.

Unfortunately the law is not on your side.

On the other hand you could press charges, but you should do it now. Its your word against his, if your child has wounds its pretty chargeable.

Mr Wizard says its time for a "citizens arrest" Child endangerment or wreckless driving.

Maybe you save a kids life down the road. Thats' karma that makes Mr Wizard comfortable with saying call the cops.

At least if a cop talks to him maybe he slows down from now on round kids.

Iowanian
07-09-2009, 09:07 PM
I know when I was younger, and kids were screwing with my cousins, I was asked to "see about it" quite a few times....each situation required different things to solve the problem. I know when I was in college, a big, stupid bastard who was an 18 year old SR was picking on and whaling on most of the Jr High boys, including my youngest brother. One night, my other brother and I happend to see him in a parking lot. It didn't take as much as you'd think, and monday, he appologized to every table of boys he'd been giving a hard time and assured them it would never happen again.



I've been lucky that I had a couple of cousins who were/are school age who could take care of business if some punk kid was pulling some bullshit.


Karo syrup in the gas is also an option, but it doesn't sound like the car/driving is this kid's problem...it's attitude and the need to learn a life lesson about consequences for his actions.

Demonpenz
07-09-2009, 09:16 PM
sounds like your kid learned a lesson cars hurt ouchie

LaChapelle
07-09-2009, 09:21 PM
Mr Wizard says wait until tomorrow eve so everyone is calm, take your son and his bike down to the house and calmly tell them what happened.

Unfortunately the law is not on your side.

On the other hand you could press charges, but you should do it now. Its your word against his, if your child has wounds its pretty chargeable.

Mr Wizard says its time for a "citizens arrest" Child endangerment or wreckless driving.

Maybe you save a kids life down the road. Thats' karma that makes Mr Wizard comfortable with saying call the cops.

At least if a cop talks to him maybe he slows down from now on round kids.


He could be turned into Child Services for letting a 3 year old play in the street. Not that I agree with this should be done. I am saying that Child Services isn't known for being the brightest.

Buehler445
07-09-2009, 09:24 PM
Plow, not a good deal. I definitely think you should do something about it.

I'm not sure what I would do after something like that, but I'm almost sure Jr would drive a little slower next time when I was done. :)

Dude, Bwana, I don't think putting fenceposts and metal in the street and covering it up with Plow's 3 year old is the correct answer.

I could send you a rattlesnake to throw in his car. Then leave him a note stating that the TWO rattlers he's been blessed with have many more friends where those came from.

Or I can just send the boar jizz!

I'd go with a bullsnake with the same note. That way he won't get dead. I'd bet 10 bucks he doesn't know the difference.

Hes 16. 16 year old kids do stupid things.

I would just try to talk with him first to see if you can correct his actions in the future.

Weak sauce! :)

Probably a good start

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Fritz88
07-09-2009, 09:27 PM
My wife is away for the evening, so I've got all my kids. Well, minus the oldest who is staying the night somewhere - so I've got my 4, 3, & nearly 2 year old all to myself.

They were getting restless, so I asked if they wanted to walk to the convenience store. It's only 5-6 blocks away and no major roads to crss, so the boys rode their bikes, and I pushed my daughter in her stroller.

On the way back to my house, we get into our neighborhood and my 3 year old takes off a little ahead of us on his bike. It's a really quiet neighborhood and any cars coming through there know there are lots of little kids.

So, as we get 1/2 a block from my house, my neighbors (whom I've had issues with in the past) 16/17 year old son comes through the neighborhood a little fast (maybe 30-35 mph). I'm 1/4 block behind my 3 year old and this mother ****er flies up behind him - gets less than 10 yards away from him in the street and ****ing honks his horn. My 3 year old didn't see him coming and gets scared, falls off the bike - bike lands on him a bit - he screams and runs crying to the side of the road. At this point I am sprinting pushing my daughter to get to him and this ****ing assholes sits in the middle of the road, waiting for my 3 year old to calm down to get his bike - which isn't even in his way. He tells my son to get his bike out of the middle of the road, which he does, and then proceeds to pull into his driveway and SPRINT inside.

This ****ing bitch ass kid knew I was going to beat his ass and ran into his parents house without so much as turning around and saying he was sorry.

He ****ing sat in his car watching my son cry and couldn't so much as just get out of the car, say he was sorry and help him up. ****ing shit I hate my crazy ass ****ing neighbors and their ****ing rabbits. I'm going to leave my dog out of the kennel on accident....he loves rabbits and surely he'll catch one of the 10 ****ing cats they have.

Damnit I'm pissed. My wife is gonna be MEGA pissed when she gets home.




PS.....sorry for stealing your title Mic.

I would have done something really bad to that driver. Really fucking bad. But it's you to blame at first Mr. Plow, why did you let your little kid ride away from you, in the middle of the road, even if he were close to you and in a quite neighborhood. That guy could have been drunk or didn't notice your angel and perhaps something awful would have happened.

Valiant
07-09-2009, 09:37 PM
You need to come up with a way to scare the crap out of him then ask him if he enjoyed it. I am sure there are many around here who could come up with creative ways of accomplishing this without actually harming him.

I would just get a football and drill him in the face with it.. And when it gives him a black eye and knocks his teeth out I would say sorry, you ran in between me and my son playing football.. bitch..

RedNeckRaider
07-09-2009, 09:44 PM
IF he won't talk to you like a man.....my solution is to find someone his age, pay them $100, and have them "talk" to him on your behalf.

I've gotten it done for a lot less in the past.

Or you can talk to his dad and it make him understand if it happens again his son has nothing to worry about but he does.

Micjones
07-09-2009, 11:06 PM
In-fucking-sane Mr. Plow.
I'm sorry that idiot did something so potentially dangerous that scared your little man half to death. I would've whooped and his ass!

Definitely have a talk with his parents. They need to know how inconsiderate their son is to other people especially where he has a 2-ton advantage.

88TG88
07-09-2009, 11:38 PM
stab the tires

Raised On Riots
07-09-2009, 11:53 PM
You need to come up with a way to scare the crap out of him then ask him if he enjoyed it. I am sure there are many around here who could come up with creative ways of accomplishing this without actually harming him.

My services are available.


For a nominal fee, of course.

stanleychief
07-10-2009, 12:25 AM
Not proud to admit it but at this age, I was probably a little bit of a douchebag too. I don't think I was quite this bad though. I seriously doubt anything you say or do to this kid is going to make much difference if you do so aggresively. It may in fact serve to make it worse in the future.

Your best shot to really rectify this situation would be to try to talk to the kid in a calm fashion. Something to the effect of "Hey, you know in this neighborhood there are a lot of kids, so if you would, please lay off the gas and watch for kids playing". It might also help to get his name and tell him yours. It's a lot harder to act like an idiot when the neighbors KNOW you. You should get a little respect if you are decent about it. Being a prick (even if it is justified) will most likely make this kid ignore anything you say.

I'm sure the kid knows you weren't too pleased with his actions judging from the fact he bolted inside the house. I'm guessing you probably had the look of a serial killer by that time. Before you do anything too crazy, Just remember the outcome here. Nobody was seriously hurt. Try the talk first and if that doesn't work... then you can call in cousin Vinnie. :)

Buehler445
07-10-2009, 10:45 AM
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[B]Dude, Bwana, I don't think putting fenceposts and metal in the street and covering it up with Plow's 3 year old is the correct answer. .


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Mr. Flopnuts
07-10-2009, 10:46 AM
I can't believe NOBODY got this one.
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I LAWLED.

sedated
07-10-2009, 10:52 AM
Wake him up with this

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Bwana
07-10-2009, 11:22 AM
Dude, Bwana, I don't think putting fenceposts and metal in the street and covering it up with Plow's 3 year old is the correct answer.



Perhaps using Plow Jr would be the wrong bait, but Judging from this story, I bet old Plow could bait Bo Duke with a leaf pile loaded with goodies. :evil:

Mecca
07-10-2009, 11:35 AM
Everyone who lives in the area I do, or really in any suburb friends/family etc. Constantly bitches about the kids on bikes or the kids playing in the street that refuse to move or just walk out in front of your car like it won't do anything to them. I'll attest it's really annoying when kids just stare at you like "I don't have to move".

And it really depends on the parents because I'll be honest if as a 16 year old I did this and you came to my house my dad would have looked at you and said "keep your kid out of the fucking street then"

JASONSAUTO
07-10-2009, 11:37 AM
Everyone who lives in the area I do, or really in any suburb friends/family etc. Constantly bitches about the kids on bikes or the kids playing in the street that refuse to move or just walk out in front of your car like it won't do anything to them. I'll attest it's really annoying when kids just stare at you like "I don't have to move".

And it really depends on the parents because I'll be honest if as a 16 year old I did this and you came to my house my dad would have looked at you and said "keep your kid out of the fucking street then"

my dad would have kicked MY fucking ass if i had done this to a little kid. thats why people have no respect anymore their parents act as though they do no wrong. and mecca they DONT have to move pedestrians have the right of way no matter what

Mr. Flopnuts
07-10-2009, 11:37 AM
Everyone who lives in the area I do, or really in any suburb friends/family etc. Constantly bitches about the kids on bikes or the kids playing in the street that refuse to move or just walk out in front of your car like it won't do anything to them. I'll attest it's really annoying when kids just stare at you like "I don't have to move".

And it really depends on the parents because I'll be honest if as a 16 year old I did this and you came to my house my dad would have looked at you and said "keep your kid out of the fucking street then"

I can attest to this one. It doesn't apply to a 4 year old by any means, but it pisses me off to no end when kids old enough to know better just assume I'll get out of their way while they're in the middle of the street. I've had a hardline conversation on more than one occasion with kids who get pissed when my mirrors get within 18 inches of them at 30mph. I have no qualms teaching some lessons that parents seem unwilling to.

Mr. Flopnuts
07-10-2009, 11:38 AM
my dad would have kicked MY fucking ass if i had done this to a little kid. thats why people have no respect anymore their parents act as though they do no wrong. and mecca they DONT have to move pedestrians have the right of way no matter what

Not in the middle of the street they don't.

Mecca
07-10-2009, 11:39 AM
my dad would have kicked MY fucking ass if i had done this to a little kid. thats why people have no respect anymore their parents act as though they do no wrong. and mecca they DONT have to move pedestrians have the right of way no matter what

Kids who don't move for cars and just walk out into the street are just as bad and antagonize this problem. I'm 28 and I've seriously contemplated scaring the shit out of a kid for the 20 times he just stood there and stared at me like "I don't have to move"

Pedestrians have the right away in a cross walk, by your definition jay walking isn't illegal and you should just be able to walk into a highway and make traffic stop.

JOhn
07-10-2009, 12:05 PM
Welcome to my Neighborhood, didn't know you lived here

Phobia
07-10-2009, 12:12 PM
My services are available.


For a nominal fee, of course.
Okay, I'm curious.

So, how much would it cost to stupid post him to death?

Mr. Plow
07-10-2009, 12:17 PM
Everyone who lives in the area I do, or really in any suburb friends/family etc. Constantly bitches about the kids on bikes or the kids playing in the street that refuse to move or just walk out in front of your car like it won't do anything to them. I'll attest it's really annoying when kids just stare at you like "I don't have to move".

And it really depends on the parents because I'll be honest if as a 16 year old I did this and you came to my house my dad would have looked at you and said "keep your kid out of the fucking street then"


Again, I know I am partially in the wrong by allowing him to ride in the street. How many bikers do you see in the street on a daily basis though? I know I see tons. I slow down and go around them.

But, my son was less than 1 1/2 HOUSES away from my driveway. This asshole kid was 1/2 house away from his driveway. Give him 15 seconds and he would have been out of his way and there wouldn't haven't been any issue.

OR

When he fell over, if he had gotten out of the car, helped him up or just said "I'm sorry" it wouldn't have been a big deal.

It's called being nice to people or just showing them some courtesy. He wasn't hurting anyone. He rides in the middle because the slant of the street closer to the curb will cause him to fall over sometimes.


I'll take blame for letting him ride in the street, but what this kid did to him was bullshit.

MOhillbilly
07-10-2009, 12:20 PM
Everyone who lives in the area I do, or really in any suburb friends/family etc. Constantly bitches about the kids on bikes or the kids playing in the street that refuse to move or just walk out in front of your car like it won't do anything to them. I'll attest it's really annoying when kids just stare at you like "I don't have to move".

And it really depends on the parents because I'll be honest if as a 16 year old I did this and you came to my house my dad would have looked at you and said "keep your kid out of the ****ing street then"

your dad sounds badass.

Mr. Flopnuts
07-10-2009, 12:43 PM
Again, I know I am partially in the wrong by allowing him to ride in the street. How many bikers do you see in the street on a daily basis though? I know I see tons. I slow down and go around them.

But, my son was less than 1 1/2 HOUSES away from my driveway. This asshole kid was 1/2 house away from his driveway. Give him 15 seconds and he would have been out of his way and there wouldn't haven't been any issue.

OR

When he fell over, if he had gotten out of the car, helped him up or just said "I'm sorry" it wouldn't have been a big deal.

It's called being nice to people or just showing them some courtesy. He wasn't hurting anyone. He rides in the middle because the slant of the street closer to the curb will cause him to fall over sometimes.


I'll take blame for letting him ride in the street, but what this kid did to him was bullshit.

Your kid is way too young to be at fault here dude. This kid was being a punk.

Mecca
07-10-2009, 12:46 PM
your dad sounds badass.

He's hilarious when he drives, he gets super pissed and makes up swear words.

Demonpenz
07-10-2009, 12:47 PM
If you can't use your horn to warn a 3 year old kid playing in the street, what the fuck is a horn for?

Buehler445
07-10-2009, 12:47 PM
I LAWLED.

Perhaps using Plow Jr would be the wrong bait, but Judging from this story, I bet old Plow could bait Bo Duke with a leaf pile loaded with goodies. :evil:

Good. I'm glad my failure at humor wasn't completely fail.

Mr. Plow
07-10-2009, 12:50 PM
If you can't use your horn to warn a 3 year old kid playing in the street, what the fuck is a horn for?

He was less than 10 yards behind him, he was almost stopped, he could have stuck his head out of the freakin' open window and said "Watch out buddy...car coming."

Hell, the kid drove past me, my son and my daughter and he heard me screaming at my 3 year old that there was a car coming.

Demonpenz
07-10-2009, 12:51 PM
Reminds me of the time some asshole let their dog off the leash and I ran over it. I put a note on the guys door "sorry about your dog, we will talk about the damage to my car later" He was all pissed off I got my bumper fixed and stuff, but I don't know why he was pissed at me, he was in the wrong.

Mecca
07-10-2009, 12:51 PM
This situation is just bad all around it seems like everyone is at fault.

MOhillbilly
07-10-2009, 12:53 PM
If you can't use your horn to warn a 3 year old kid playing in the street, what the **** is a horn for?

dude, i seen a guy today that had a wolf screen thing on his trucks rear glass that had not one,not two,not three, but count emmmmmm.....five wolves runnin through the snow.
Toughest truck ive ever seen.

MOhillbilly
07-10-2009, 12:55 PM
He's hilarious when he drives, he gets super pissed and makes up swear words.
like jibber jabber or something like fuckpantsasswhore?
examples please.

Phobia
07-10-2009, 12:55 PM
dude, i seen a guy today that a wolf screen thing on his trucks rear glass that had not one,not two,not three, but count emmmmmm.....five wolves runnin through the snow.
Toughest truck ive ever seen.

This totally needs its own thread.

Demonpenz
07-10-2009, 12:56 PM
What? are you serious? You dont honk at anyone on a bike unless your trying to injure them because that's what happens, they get frightened and fall over.

LMAO I am quite sure that is not in any insurance adjuster class I have ever taken, in fact not using your horn may show you were being negligent.

Mecca
07-10-2009, 12:56 PM
like jibber jabber or something like fuckpantsasswhore?
examples please.

He pretty much starts combining them in any fashion you can imagine.

Phobia
07-10-2009, 12:56 PM
What? are you serious? You dont honk at anyone on a bike unless your trying to injure them because that's what happens, they get frightened and fall over.

Demonpenz is a douche of Mecca proportions. He's dead serious. He's always serious.

sedated
07-10-2009, 12:57 PM
Reminds me of the time some asshole let their dog off the leash and I ran over it. I put a note on the guys door "sorry about your dog, we will talk about the damage to my car later"

ROFL

ChiTown
07-10-2009, 01:00 PM
Demonpenz is a douche of Mecca proportions. He's dead serious. He's always serious.

ROFL

Mecca
07-10-2009, 01:01 PM
Demonpenz is a douche of Mecca proportions. He's dead serious. He's always serious.

Oh cmon now I'm not that major of a douche.

MOhillbilly
07-10-2009, 01:01 PM
He pretty much starts combining them in any fashion you can imagine.

Sure it isnt a brain embolism?

Demonpenz
07-10-2009, 01:05 PM
I never have to deal with this shit in St Joe. That is why you always see us with extra detached cassette decks in our cars. So we can toss them at those lance armstrong posers. Get a car asshole, and don't give me this i got a dwi horse shit, drive your ass to the factory and make more battery's like a man

Buehler445
07-10-2009, 01:09 PM
I never have to deal with this shit in St Joe. That is why you always see us with extra detached cassette decks in our cars. So we can toss them at those lance armstrong posers. Get a car asshole, and don't give me this i got a dwi horse shit, drive your ass to the factory and make more battery's like a man

ROFL

Take your pills 'penz!!!

RedNeckRaider
07-10-2009, 01:10 PM
Oh cmon now I'm not that major of a douche.
Maybe he was meaning Mecca as in

Main Entry: mecca
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: center, goal
Synonyms: aim, capital, destination, focal point, focus, heart, hub, nerve center, objective, purpose

Main Entry: mec·ca
Pronunciation: \ˈme-kə\
Function: noun
Usage: often capitalized
Etymology: Mecca, Saudi Arabia, a destination of pilgrims in the Islamic world
Date: 1843
: a place regarded as a center for a specified group, activity, or interest <a mecca for shoppers>

After thinking about it.....most likely not :)