I don't mean like marrying a woman who turned out to be a b!tch, you didn't know it at the time. Ever do anything that was so careless and thoughtless that your life could have been changed forever, or ended?
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I just remembered it, racing a guy in a Fiat while driving my Dad's Corona Deluxe Mark II, thinking I was catching him from far behind I was flying...the problem was the road was ending...sparks flying I was able to turn the car, on two wheels, and crashed into some landscaping which prevented me from hitting a house. To compound the problem I pulled into my buddies driveway across the street to assess the damage. the car was sort of drivable, however missing a hubcap which my friend's neighbor found and promised to return if I went and asked for it....that car lived the remainder of its days with 3 hubcaps...and I lived :cool:
[QUOTE=RaoulDuke;3395901]The ending to the story is equally as dumb:
About 100 yards from my place, and miraculously alive I decided to stop at a red light (contrary to the other few I had ignored). A car pulls up next to me and I noticed his lights weren't on.
I blurted "Turn on your lights!!"
That's when I noticed it was a cop car.
Cavity search = no fun. :nono:[/QUOTE]
Speaking of cops and lights.
Two friends and I were out at three in the morning with a guy from Switzerland who overstayed his visa. Everybody stoned. We were at a red light and a cop car pulled up next to us. The cop driving pulled out a floodlight and shined it into the car. Our driver said "don't look....look straight ahead." What a brilliant idea and admission of guilt. A cop shines a light into a car, looking at profiles of guys not looking back at him. We're pulled over, there's weed in the car and an illegal alien. We were in the car for like half an hour and I was going to kill the (same) guy who woke me up to party with the swiss dude and came up with the idea to look straight ahead. Swiss guy saved our butts though, cuz the cop came back and told us we weren't hours of paperwork.