Wednesday, November 2, 2011

attn: boy in the silver camry

you're polite.
i get that.
but it starts to get a little extreme
when you stop for every.single.person
waiting to use the crosswalk.
they're walking home.
i think they can handle waiting three cars before crossing the street.
to be fair, 
this isn't entirely your fault.
if i left my apartment one minute earlier,
i wouldn't have been stuck behind your slowmobile
and almost late to work.
your samaritan-esque actions have inspired me 
 to follow in your polite manner
and leave you with a simple warning.
please << quit the stop-and-go >> thank you.
i really hope this encourages you to change your ways
because if i happen to be driving behind you
as you wave pedestrians on like a crosswalk lady again,
tires will be slashed.

9 comments:

Hilary said...

No joke, same thing happened to me today. You were much more polite. I was scary, a very scary lady. And I feel bad for Richard, aka boyfriend, because he saw a very scary Hilraiser whom I don't think he ever wants to see again.

McKenzie King said...

hahah funniest mental image ever. this is why i am glad you are back, you are freaking hilarious.

Anna said...

Happens all the time.

Christi Lynn said...

for real! ha i know exactly what you are talking about. and it's always awkward as the pedestrian when you insist they go because you've seen how long they've waited and the still wait for you to cross the rode.

Ayley said...

brissa i love you

Christianna said...

Hahahahaha I love how candid you always are!

dina vanessa mercado said...

very inspiring and real!!! loove you so much sweetie... i admire you for being so honest with how you feel regarding the situation... enjoyede your blog,,, following you now.. hope you could visit my blog too.. kissess!!!

Hannah {Culture Connoisseur} said...

Haha. I'm usually THAT guy. I figure if I'm running late and I give back like that I will somehow get there on time because of my kind actions.

It works most times...

mandyface said...

Whenevs I encounter fools on the road I pretend I have laser beam eyes and squint at their tires.