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Friday, December 14, 2007

Memo to Truck/SUV Drivers: Don't Be a Dick.

12 comments:

Ladybug's Picnic said...

Don't even get me started. Don't drive a SUV if you can't possibly be bothered to clean off the WHOLE THING INCLUDING THE TOP A-HOLES.

*hates on all SUVs all the time*

Sarah said...

HAHA me too. if for some reason you have to drive a big car then be a big kid and clean it off.

Nicky said...

I know! People are so insanely lazy that they almost cause car crashes. They don't care. They usually drive like a-holes, too. I am psyched to see your MS Paint artwork back up, though! :oD

Melissa said...

I have an SUV. I ALWAYS make sure it's totally clean before I drive anywhere! I've been behind tractor trailors that have HUGE chunks of ice/snow that fall off on the road! Scares the crap out of me!

Amanda* said...

Amen, sister.

Another note to those truck/SUV drivers when there is snow on the road: just because you CAN drive that fast in the snow doesn't mean you SHOULD. The rest of us would like to get home safe, too. Thanks.

MarisaJosephine said...

it was ridiculous yesterday
took me 3 hours to get home from JP to quincy.....seriously...i hate that SUVS flop snow at your sedan(i have a VW) that sucks too!
i could not get up the hill near quincy med center
so i made my car spin around
and then i had to detour another hour through quincy center
to get home....seeing as i live 2 minute drive from Quincy center....and i had to pee....i was not having fun...ha ha

power to the sedan drivers! unite!

KellyLee said...

CLASSIC! Almost makes me miss New York...ALMOST!

Perfectly Plump Preppy said...

I can't stand those people either. I have an SUV and I have a special brush that extends so I can clean my roof off. How lazy can you be?

My favorite is when the ice slides off the top of those huge tractor trailers. My windshield got broken that way last year. Plus I nearly had an accident!

Lys said...

Ugh! I do NOT miss that about Massachusetts - the snow, the trucks in the snow - what about the big rigs that have snow at the very TOP of their eighteen wheelers and it looks like an daggone avalanche. Yikes!

Jeff Cutler said...

What are you guys whining about. Three hours?! Bah! I would have given various body parts to get home that quickly.

I left Merrimack, NH at 2:36PM. When I arrived in Hingham at 9:46PM I was SLIGHTLY miffed at the universe.

Read more at my blog. I'm going to nap. Oh, blog is bowlofcheese.com

Jen said...

I think it is a chargable offense in Pennsylvania not to clean snow off a truck before driving it. Makes sense to me.

Trucks for Sale said...

Me too hate those dick heads, its so risky if something bad happens