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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
asd
#2 - kanyesfishsticks
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User avatar #36 to #2 - awesomescorpion
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I'm pretty sure you can have multiple adverbs in a row.
#44 to #36 - wimwam
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Correct, but you can't just end on an adverb like that
#85 to #44 - endospore
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Um... Yes you can? Are you one of those people who say that you can't end a sentence with a preposition for no reason?

"He smiled very happily." is correct. Not "He smiled very happy." In the same vein, "driving annoyingly slowly" is correct, or at least more correct than " driving annoyingly slow."
User avatar #130 to #85 - kanyesfishsticks
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That's not the same case as the original comment. Very doesn't end with -ly.
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User avatar #51 to #2 - oaaaa
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reposting the reposted comment to the repost. great!
#72 to #2 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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This is wrong. "slow/slowly" modifies "driving", which is a progressive verb. Hence you need an adverb, not an adjective. Adjectives can only modifies nouns (or pronouns).

"He was driving slow" - no

"He was driving slowly" - yes


Compare:

"He was driving good" - no

"He was driving well" - yes

> mfw wrong grammar correction gets over 100 thumbs.


And to the genius who also replied to this comment: There's no rule against "ending on an adverb", nitwit.
#74 to #72 - drfaust
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I know you're right
Just so you don't feel like the only sane person on the internet
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#90 to #72 - smbiosis
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slow can be an adverb, ***************.
#93 to #90 - pkrbarmovie
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No.
#96 to #90 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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No, it can't.
#97 to #96 - smbiosis
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Yes, it ******* can. Do you seriously not bother to check facts before you spout **** like a *******?

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/slow -2nd definition
dictionary.reference.com/browse/slow?s=t -17th bullet


Go **** yourself.
#98 to #97 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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> "Usage discussion of slow"

> still wrong despite genius tactical use of insults and cursing

In any case, the claim that "slowly" is incorrect is false regardless of whether or not slow is usable, as "slowly" is a correctly used adverb.
#99 to #98 - smbiosis
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If you are as adept at reading as you claim to be, you'll notice that I claimed that 'slow' is an adverb. You claimed that it wasn't, you were wrong. Face it.

I'm not making any claim about the usage in the content, merely that 'slow' is, in fact, an adverb. You'd know that if you bothered to pull your head out of your ass.
#100 to #99 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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You're still wrongry and ang.
#40 to #2 - mooghens
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NO!!! HE WAS DEAD IN MY MIND!!! WHY DID YOU HAVE TO REVIVE HIM?!?
NO!!! HE WAS DEAD IN MY MIND!!! WHY DID YOU HAVE TO REVIVE HIM?!?
#14 - papaspipi
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#18 to #14 - anon id: ac4e275f
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Not american don't know rogers so **** him
User avatar #20 to #18 - willindor
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You don't **** Mr. Rogers, Mr. Rogers ***** you.
User avatar #22 to #18 - turdmurpson
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you should honest just leave the internet then
User avatar #25 to #22 - metalmind
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*honestly.
User avatar #64 to #18 - nibbero
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The Ultimate Showdown (with MP3 ♫)
User avatar #35 to #18 - jfbyers
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wut
#28 - jamessevensix
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well just imagine that you saved this dude's life and you will feel all better about it.
well just imagine that you saved this dude's life and you will feel all better about it.
User avatar #131 to #28 - mephistesulfurion
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I just love that this son of a bitch SEES the car arriving and is just like "...Eh, Almost got me."
#82 to #28 - hyperx
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Premium Rush FTW
User avatar #83 to #82 - yuukoku
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That was a surprisingly good movie.
#33 - reinbowxdash
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#78 to #33 - mrselfdestruct
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User avatar #34 - peekabeast
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Little cunt deserved it. You have done a favor to the world.
User avatar #43 to #34 - thisismyhandle
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The person he got into an accident with didn't deserve it. If this post is true than some random person had to deal with that nonsense. Also, I'm sure the accident would cause traffic, meaning he inconvenienced everybody at the intersection because somebody in front of him drove slower than he'd like.
User avatar #122 to #43 - peekabeast
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That's a good point. I sincerely hope that whoever the dumbass hit was completely fine afterwards. Or at least made a speedy recovery, paid for by the dumbasses's insurance of course.
#37 to #34 - dehnoobshow
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>Guy drives slow because of phone
>Deserves to be handicapped and/or forced to pay over 1000$ for repairs.
I see no way how that's bad logic. (Sarcasm)
User avatar #38 to #37 - decimatorthebeast
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If he's a dumba** for driving and using his phone, then yes, he most definately deserved it. I pity the driver in the other car.
#39 to #38 - dehnoobshow
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Not defending him, but what I meant is he doesn't deserve to be handicapped for something that may have been a one-time slip-up.
Maybe a fine, yes.
But intense pain and the possibility to never walk again? Don't tell me there's no way that's excessively rude.
User avatar #41 to #39 - decimatorthebeast
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I had to attend one of my close friend's funeral my senior year of high school because the other driver was doing some **** on their new iPhone. Trust me, if someone is going to blatantly ignore laws then they deserve it.
#46 to #41 - anon id: ac28b534
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User avatar #45 to #41 - dehnoobshow
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With all due respect, that means your judgement is clouded. Not everyone has lost someone due to an accident.
And I would STRONGLY dissapprove of someone else suffering the same fate, even the asshole should NEVER die because of that nor suffer. He only moved because OP honked for no reason. The driver was making sure he wouldn't harm anyone by going slow.
User avatar #47 to #45 - decimatorthebeast
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It's cool I understand what you are saying, I'm def being harsh, but opinions are opinions. Everyone has them.
User avatar #56 to #45 - peekabeast
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Texting and driving is one of the most dangerous things you can do in a car short of narcotics. If you're going to blatantly ignore the law because your texts can't wait 15 minutes you deserve to learn the consequences of your actions. It only takes one accident to learn how much of a dumbass you were being.
User avatar #95 to #56 - xxiixx
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Are you just assuming that texting while driving is illegal where this occurred?
User avatar #120 to #95 - peekabeast
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It's a safe assumption. Besides, whether it's illegal or not it's still stupid as ****.
User avatar #103 to #95 - armsdealer
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41 states have a ban on it. So it's pretty likely that it was illegal.
User avatar #121 to #103 - peekabeast
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I like you armsdealer. We both have no pity for dumbasses who cause their own misfortune. Good for you.
#127 to #121 - armsdealer
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And I like you too fellow junkie!   
Pity and understanding go hand in hand, just because I pity someone for doing something, doesn't make it right.
And I like you too fellow junkie!
Pity and understanding go hand in hand, just because I pity someone for doing something, doesn't make it right.
#67 to #56 - anon id: ac28b534
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The edgyness is strong with this one.
User avatar #53 to #41 - xxiixx
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Using your phone while driving is legal in a loooot of places.
User avatar #102 to #53 - armsdealer
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41 states have it banned. What the **** are you talking about?
User avatar #105 to #102 - xxiixx
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That means there are 9 states within the US that it is legal. There is also no way to tell is this happened in the US at all. You are assuming he broke the law and say he deserved to be potentially handicapped or die when there is a decent chance he did nothing wrong legally.
User avatar #106 to #105 - armsdealer
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Don't you ******* put words in my mouth, I stated the probability. No one deserves to be handicapped, but if he drove into the intersection by his own free will, then it is his fault and he needs to pay the consequences. A honk doesn't move a car.
User avatar #107 to #106 - xxiixx
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I thought you were the person I originally replied to, my mistake. And a bullet kills a person, not the person who pulled the trigger right? The guy driving should have been paying better attention, but had the guy not honked the situation would have never happened in the first place. Saying he needs to pay the consequences for some guy behind him being a prick and intentionally startling him is pretty unfair in my opinion. If I was in the car with you and shouted "Lights green go" when you weren't paying attention and you started accelerating you need to pay the consequences right?
#108 to #107 - armsdealer
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It's all good in that respect.   
What world do you live on?????   
The bullet is the thing that kills, but the bullet isn't just magically there, you have to pull the trigger, which fires the bullet. If he was startled, then he should have been paying attention to the road instead of his phone.   
   
I bet you're the kind of bleeding heart fool that thinks that guns are what kills people.
It's all good in that respect.
What world do you live on?????
The bullet is the thing that kills, but the bullet isn't just magically there, you have to pull the trigger, which fires the bullet. If he was startled, then he should have been paying attention to the road instead of his phone.

I bet you're the kind of bleeding heart fool that thinks that guns are what kills people.
User avatar #109 to #108 - xxiixx
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No, I actually am strongly in favor of gun rights. However, the accident happened due to a number of circumstances. One is the guy not paying enough attention which is indeed his fault- I agree on this, he should have been paying more attention. The second is the horn honk, which had a malicious intent. The honk was there to startle the driver, and without the honk there would have been no accident. The situation as a whole is BOTH drivers fault, and saying that the one who got in the accident is solely to blame and deserves whatever consequences come to him is unfair.
User avatar #110 to #109 - armsdealer
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But you can honk your horn as much as you damn well please, that doesn't break the law. Him going into the intersection was caused by his negligent driving, no judge in the world would hear your argument and go "yeah, I guess that's true."
I have every right to honk at whomever I please, what they do after is entirely up to them.

The accident happened due to one circumstance before all others, the cellphone use, which puts liability on him and him alone.
User avatar #111 to #110 - xxiixx
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I am aware that he still holds all legal responsibility for what happened. I am not debating law. The way I see it the honk was the "push" in causing the accident. It's like telling someone who is legitimately suicidal (not teen angst) that they are worthless as a human being and that they would be better off dead. Either way the whole thing could be avoided if they weren't suicidal, and they still hold the responsibility, but it doesn't make it right that you provoked them.
User avatar #112 to #111 - armsdealer
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Actually, if someone kills them self due to slanderous or hateful comments, whether it be verbal or in type/print, the sender can be convicted. It's nothing like that at all.
A honk is something that is to be used by drivers to signal to other drivers. There is no such thing as a "malicious" honk. There can be a "**** you" or a "hey friend I know!" but there is not a "go kill yourself" honk.
User avatar #113 to #112 - xxiixx
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It is a metaphor, it is not perfect. If it is something like chronic bullying and the like, then yes the person can be convicted. But if it were someone that the person may not have even known, hell someone on this site or /b/ that told them to kill themselves in reply to some comment the chances of a conviction are pretty much non-existent. And based on the situation I think it is fair to call the honk malicious. There was no purpose to the honk other than to trouble the guy. The intention may not have been for him to run the light, but it happened. Just like someones intention may not actually be for the person to kill himself.
#117 to #113 - decimatorthebeast
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I simply posted my opinion based on my life experience and apparently started a flame war...thanks for trying to disprove the post armsdealer. And xxiixx I can see what you are saying, but that doesn't make either of us wrong, just stats you are trying to use, that's all. But good debate, I'm too used to these things turning into **** flinging fests on here. Carry on then.
I simply posted my opinion based on my life experience and apparently started a flame war...thanks for trying to disprove the post armsdealer. And xxiixx I can see what you are saying, but that doesn't make either of us wrong, just stats you are trying to use, that's all. But good debate, I'm too used to these things turning into **** flinging fests on here. Carry on then.
User avatar #62 to #39 - prettypalmtrees
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Rather it be him than someone innocent
User avatar #63 to #62 - dehnoobshow
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I'd rather it be no one.
User avatar #55 to #37 - peekabeast
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If you're dumb enough to go through a light without looking at what color it is you deserve whatever happens to you. Basic driving skills. Scratch that. Basic common sense.
User avatar #58 to #55 - dehnoobshow
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And isn't it basic common sense to NOT wish someone's death?
(Related to #39, read it.)
User avatar #59 to #58 - peekabeast
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Way to put words in my mouth, because I never said death. I don't want him to die, because if he dies then he won't get to realize how much of an entitled cunt he was being. Also, death for texting and driving is a little excessive. He deserves some pain and the humiliation of explaining why he drove into an intersection in the middle of a red light. But not death.
#61 to #59 - dehnoobshow
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This makes me remember, there was a Quebequer movie about after the accidents.
They didn't do like everywhere else, they decided to talk to the guys who did do that.

Best one explaining my case is the guy, 19, who accidentally killed a 4 year old due to inattention.
To be brief: He's fully aware of what he did. He wakes up in the morning and not once does he feel alright in life. He constantly struggles with depression at the simple thought of: he killed a person. That person can't grow up and have fun, because he was a dick. He's fully aware of that, and he hates himself for it.
Don't assume the guys who cause the accidents don't give a **** afterwards. They live horrible lives afterwards. How they wish they could go back in time and slap themselves. I saw that movie. ''Dérapages'' is the name, if I remember correctly. Ever since I saw that movie, I look at both sides of the coin. He's in prison, he suffers depression, he tried to kill himself multiple times. And you want to torture him and break his bones.
User avatar #70 to #61 - peekabeast
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That's not what I said at all. Getting into the accident is why he cares. If he had not been punished for his actions he would still be doing them, and he still wouldn't care. And I want them to realize how douchey they are being. They are recklessly endangering the lives of others and they don't care. That's what pisses me off about these assholes. If they clean their act up after the accident then good for them. I sincerely hope that the guy mentioned in the post became a respectable citizen afterwards.
User avatar #71 to #70 - dehnoobshow
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He can't.
He killed someone.
Life sentence. If he were in the US. He'd be executed.
And the guy in the post DID get an accident. So I believe you starting on a slightly different topic. The guy I originally replied to still wanted him to get punished.
User avatar #119 to #71 - peekabeast
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Lol the whole USA isn't Texas. We don't execute you for involuntary manslaughter. They don't even do that **** in Texas. And I still do want them punished. That's the only way they'll learn from their actions, as you have proven.
User avatar #123 to #119 - dehnoobshow
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And, gentlemen, that punishment is prison.
NOT Pain, as the original person meant.
User avatar #124 to #123 - peekabeast
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I'll take either one. And do you seriously believe that this guy didn't deserve what happened to him? The honk didn't magically propel his car forward. Driving forward was essentially an admission of guilt, and karma punished his sorry ass. That whole situation was entirely preventable. All he had to do was put away his phone and pay attention to the ******* road. Not that hard to do.
#125 to #124 - dehnoobshow
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You fail to understand what I'm trying to say.
At it's core: Don't wish harm on any human being. No matter what circumstance. Best example: Be the better man.
Yes, he wasn't paying attention. But to be exact, he was driving slow. Most road accidents happen to teen drivers. And, following that, you just wished harm on a teen for being a teen. I know I'm overthinking it, and I know I sure as hell am stubborn. So word of advice so we all leave happy, let's stop this argument. The post is dead, I assumed this thread was also dead. No one cares anymore, ranting on FJ won't solve anything. I sure as hell will drive safely, so this argument has, at it's core, no real meaning.

I bid you farewell good sir, and hope you get laid in the next 5 hours.
User avatar #126 to #125 - peekabeast
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I appreciate the ending, but that's not gonna happen no matter how hard I try. I have no problem with him driving slow, only the driving out into the intersection without looking. That was dumb. No way around it. Good day sir, and I hope that one of us, meaning you, gets laid soon. We both obviously need it if we have nothing better to do than argue over FJ lol.
#54 to #37 - anon id: 1bae73af
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Yeah, if you just GO through an intersection without looking at the goddamn light, you deserve to get in an accident. I feel bad for the other person who got hit though.
User avatar #52 to #37 - oaaaa
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u must be 12 years old, 1000$ for repairing 2 cars in a crash?
User avatar #57 to #52 - dehnoobshow
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Canada, bro. Cars cost 20,000$ and up.
So let's assume the cars had minor damage: It's clearly not under 1k, but ight be over, considering the possibility of expensive cars.
User avatar #116 to #57 - oaaaa
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you must be 12 years old - nah, i m from canada...

good comeback!
User avatar #118 to #116 - dehnoobshow
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Wasn't meant to be a comeback.
If he truly believed I was 12 years old. He wouldn't even have bothered.
#92 - catburglarpenis
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#77 - trollzorr
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He deserves it
#69 - betars
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MFW it's a Burr
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User avatar #3 - spookyghostparty
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There is a line between teaching someone a lesson and putting them (and some innocent strangers) in physical danger, you know...
User avatar #7 to #3 - bodox
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>implying this is not a repost that op just stole
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User avatar #29 to #27 - bodox
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srry buddy your a little late to the party
this conversation is done and over with
better luck next time
#8 to #7 - spookyghostparty
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>implying that it matters who actually did this when criticizing the behavior
>implying that it matters who actually did this when criticizing the behavior
#10 to #8 - bodox
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uh, yeah it dose matter   
and using a down vote red arrow gif? go back to reddit faggot, we use thumbs here
uh, yeah it dose matter
and using a down vote red arrow gif? go back to reddit faggot, we use thumbs here
#11 to #10 - spookyghostparty
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... you're not very good at this, are you?

Startling another driver yes, even if that driver is an asshole and causing them to crash into someone else is a ****** thing to do. Regardless of whether or not OP actually did this, it's still unnecessarily dangerous.

Also, the .gif is just taken from some anime. It has nothing to do with reddit.
User avatar #12 to #11 - bodox
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im not saying its a good thing, but bitching about it to OP is like lecturing to a thief why murder is bad and he should not do it, there's just not point
User avatar #13 to #12 - spookyghostparty
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All I'm doing is using this public forum to point out how distracting other drivers is unsafe. The last thing anyone needs is for some idiot to read this story and think that it's okay to try and cause other drivers to pull into oncoming traffic. It's a hell of a lot less pointless than crying repost and calling people faggots, at least...
#104 to #11 - armsdealer
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He didn't cause the crash though, he just honked, he didn't move the car into traffic.
He didn't cause the crash though, he just honked, he didn't move the car into traffic.
User avatar #21 to #11 - regularorange
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Hey, this is funnyjunk. I don't give crap about the red arrows, but nobody really cares what confession bear says.
#15 to #11 - penileburglar
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Yeah... Which is why this whole thing is on a confession bear image.  You don't need to 'confess' something that wasn't either bad or embarrassing in the first place.  I only see one idiot here who read this and thought it was telling people that it was okay to do...
Yeah... Which is why this whole thing is on a confession bear image. You don't need to 'confess' something that wasn't either bad or embarrassing in the first place. I only see one idiot here who read this and thought it was telling people that it was okay to do...
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Right. No one has ever used "confession bear" to brag about having done something morally questionable while trying to appear humble. You are clearly the wiser of the two of us. The fact that people are upvoting this post just proves my point. It's comedy through irony.
#88 to #17 - penileburglar
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It is very possible to find it comedic and still know that it's wrong.  Any human being with any sense of decency knows that causing a car accident isn't a morally sound action.  And anyone twisted enough to think otherwise isn't going to be dissuaded by your online crusade.
It is very possible to find it comedic and still know that it's wrong. Any human being with any sense of decency knows that causing a car accident isn't a morally sound action. And anyone twisted enough to think otherwise isn't going to be dissuaded by your online crusade.
#115 to #88 - spookyghostparty
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(02/20/2014) [-]
kk
User avatar #6 to #3 - amuzen
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he's teaching them a lesson about how they're putting themselves in physical danger.
User avatar #9 to #6 - spookyghostparty
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I'm not saying that the guy on the phone didn't have it coming, I'm just saying that there are probably some better ways to teach that lesson than by maiming some poor bastard that just happened to be on the other side of the intersection.
User avatar #49 to #9 - rhiaanor
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I dont think you understand how big of a deal is made out of this stuff, at least in america. If they dont get the lesson by examples of other people and simple logic, the only way to get it through their skulls is by causing them harm due to their own texting or whatever it is. And that person will probably tell friends and family who will tell their friends and family to never be on their phone while driving. good > bad
User avatar #26 to #3 - itrooztrooperdown
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Honking. Really.
#19 to #3 - clownsrock
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you realize this probly never happened right
User avatar #42 - roflstorm
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Would rather him go FAST with his phone out?
User avatar #60 to #42 - richardastley
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(02/20/2014) [-]
Probably rather him not use his phone while driving.