Warning there is swearing...
Warning there is swearing...
What an idiot! Nice of the bloke to stop and see if the driver was OK
Wooooooopeeeee in the air lol mad
Even tho the evo driver was being a gesh i would still stop, thats what being human is all about i guess.
I'm still amazed about how people think swearing would be any offending, when serious violence surrounds us...
Absolutely no offence intended, New boy, because I know you're kinda forced to warn because of ambiant hypocrisy about that, but seriously, aren't there so much important concerns around us ? Violence, war, economic crisis, unimployment... So, swearing ? Does it really endanger people ?
Now about the flying car...
The gys at the scrap yard often tell me most 4x4 and SUV they get are OK front and rear, because they generally roll over... People apparently can't understand they don't steer like sports cars. Fortunately, they're generally, at least provided they had fastened their seat belts.
A rich architect also recently achieved a rear feat : not only he rolled over sidewise with his Porsche, but front to rear too ! I don't know how you call this freestyle figure in English, but in French, it's call a "wooden horse" (un cheval de bois), that should more precisely be translated as a "rocking horse" : then you should easily figure what he did with the poor Porsche !
Once again, he was safe (the rollbars seem to be really efficient), except for his left arm he had leaning outside the door (yes, we're driving on the right side of the road here ).
We sometimes have low rafts when crossing rivers where the water can flow very high when flooding : a classical bridge would be washed away. The problem of course, is you can't see the dip from a distance, so if you don't know the road very well, you'd rather avoid driving too fast... A friend of mine was overtaken by a such a speeding freak in a Ford Ranger, just before a raft, itself set just before a bend...
Well, too bad my friend didn't have a camera, because if you had never seen a flying Ford Ranger, time was right ! It really flew off the ramp, then straight into the bushes in the bend, then rolled over, etc.
Of course, my friend helped the driver out of the wrecked 4x4 (he was safe too), but seriously, there are such freaking idiots around...
Last edited by Z80; 6th October 2012 at 00:36.
Just because you don't think it's a problem others might.
You know, children hear and learn most profanities at school than at home. Just because children love to play with these words they generally don't fully understand then, and spread them faster than you may think, unless you forgot you were a child some day...
And apart from some people maniacally swearing out of purpose, you'll notice there no such thing as swearing when surprised / shocked / hurt or whatever. It just looks like some natural way to exhaust overflowing emotion or pain. I'm pretty sure it's more related to some normal physiologic expression than the perversion some creepy people would like to find there.
What really shocks me, anyway, is how TV is continuously showing violent scenes parents don't seem to care about, while they are apparently shocked by some words in the plot, that would then be censored by a "beep" or something like that... Come on, words ! I'm still thinking some people's priorities are strange.
I was only telling people just incase they may be offended. Then if i didnt people would say you didnt say there was swearing in it. Cant win some times....
That was almost funny. I bet that driver truly **** himself when he took off... no steering, no brakes until he lands on top of a roundabout.
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