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I have a friend who will cry, stomp off down the street saying, "I just broke up with my girlfriend officer. I shouldn't be driving at all!" He's over 300lbs so it's quite the sight, but it has worked for him. Sad but true...
I can see from other comments that politeness and owning up to the mistake is the consensus.In the end, cops are human beings who may understand our predicament and even if they dont we have only ourselves to blame for breaking the law.
Well that depends. There are some experts at lying and creating fake stories out there. As for me, am the worst when it comes to excuses and lying, so going for the truth and apologizing just might work for me.
Sorry bout your mom..mini skirt n tight tanks??? LOL...i dont think the cop will appreciate my hairy legs and chest..hahaha
hahaha..it sure does take away the sense of job security. As for being courteous, i agree that it works...courtesy plays n it goes a long way. Once got out of a littering charge by apologizing to the officer and he let me go.
Hahahaha...this really tickled me. The sheriff would have to be a cruel guy to take you in under such circumstances. Pity I aint got kids but this is a definite motivation :)