Finish the following sentence. Driving in my city is like. . .
...driving through the United Nations. there are people walking around from all kinds of backgrounds and walks of life. today it was a madhouse because a man got hit by a truck on the freeway, so i had to exit and drive on surface streets, which turned out to be a really neat detour. i was going to cut through and get on another highway (SR51) but that was backed up too, so I decided to take surface streets all the way home, which was a 25-mile commute. a commute that turned out to be really interesting. i sat in front of the veterans hospital for a while, then drove up 19th Avenue and watched three light rail trains coming and going, and people getting on and off the trains. i don't mind driving in Phoenix at all. there are definitely worse cities to commute in...
Driving in my city is like driving with idiots...hello blinkers work and running red lights especially when it rains does not
like wallowing through glue in rush hour traffic
Driving in my city is like following snails during rush hour and they all take there time trying to figure out what lane to move into and never use a turn signal, grrrrrrr
for me right now its like being on a skating rink in smoothsoled shoes. They never even salted my street from the Friday-Saturday storm and now we are supposed to get anothe 18 inches of the crap
At times like being in a Death Race with 100,000 people....at others like you are the only person in town....But I drive like a crazy person so I'm sure other drivers are the ones bitch'n at me
Driving in my city is like. . a page out of the past. Rural, no traffic jams, no traffic lights, some dirt roads and scenic. Times are changing tho - you occasionally see the 1 finger salute and the icy "how dare you make me wait 3 seconds" stare.
Recently, I entered a 1 lane covered bridge at the same time as another car. I backed up and waved to the other guy in his BMW as he came through. He gave me the finger. Oh well...
I have had encounters with people like that too...mostly men in their little "I'm better than you" BMW's or Lexus's..I just want to smack'em!
We may be onto something here StormRyder...I may have been driving my wife's Lexus at the time. Please don't smack me if you see me. I'll be the guy in the left lane going 40 with my blinker stuck on. :}
Driving in my city is like...driving in circles.
Our downtown is all one way streets and if you miss your turn you have to drive in a complete circle to try again!
is like driving in a summer morning, the breeze is awesome,cool and you can relax while driving,,,,when you look outside the car --- the women are beautiful and the MEN are always gentleman--they open car doors for you,
Is crazy....the traffic is getting worse. Like Leno said last night, with all the cars being recalled, where the heck does all the traffic come from??
advanced training for kamikaze school.
... getting a rectal exam from a thick-fisted doctor wearing barbed-wire mittens.
driivng in my city is like driving through the zoo...I live in a very small city with lot of animals wondering, darting and peeking around.
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