This Jive Ass Turkey. . Hey buddy, You' re an asshole, not a genius. Sincerely, Society. Here in New Jersey, people don't even merge in. They go to the end and do the turn, like a dickbutt. This Jive Ass Turkey Hey buddy You' re an asshole not a genius Sincerely Society Here in New Jersey people don't even merge They go to the end and do turn like dickbutt
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User avatar #10 - hyeroshi
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(11/06/2013) [-]
I was in this situation today, but before turning into the lane everybody and their aunt decided to speed up, cutting me off from getting into the lane.
#11 to #10 - iizsimon
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(11/06/2013) [-]
you deserved it
you deserved it
User avatar #12 to #11 - sorryminesbigger
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(11/06/2013) [-]
yea definitely because you have never made a mistake driving since you are a perfect driver. here in western PA where all the roads are really old and ****** this happens all the time and the other drivers on the road realize this and actually share the road pretty well. grow up fag and get a license before you judge
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User avatar #19 to #16 - adu
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So you're making a snappy comment about something you actually have no experience in.
User avatar #1 - davidokuro
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(11/05/2013) [-]
Here in New Jersey, people don't even merge in. They go to the end and do the turn, like a dickbutt.
User avatar #2 to #1 - kreekydoorS
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It's been a while since I've been in Jersey, but last time I was there you had to be an aggressive driver to do anything especially merge.
User avatar #9 - hotschurl
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(11/06/2013) [-]
tfw you are in an unknown area and get into this situation because you noticed at the last moment that you have to turn right, and you know that everyone around you just wants to punch you in the face right now
#14 to #9 - neverunderstand
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(11/06/2013) [-]
Use GPS in an unknown area. Simple.
#15 - Lambda
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User avatar #20 to #15 - adu
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(11/06/2013) [-]
Jesus Christ how horrifying... it's safer just to head straight forward, make your way back, and then just take a left.
User avatar #4 - NapalmBomb
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(11/05/2013) [-]
I absolutely refuse to let people like that in
User avatar #5 to #4 - lotengo
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(11/05/2013) [-]
neither do i, at least i try not to.

But there is always 1 fag that gives them space
#6 to #5 - DweebyTwonkyHead
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Yep, I think the person that let's them in is worse
User avatar #3 - theghostace
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(11/05/2013) [-]
I have fun with those types in Atlanta, I make it look like they are getting a space, then zip forward and block them mid merge. Numerous honks, curses and rude gestures... I'm kind of a troll behind the wheel
User avatar #13 to #3 - swarthywaffles
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(11/06/2013) [-]
That's not trolling. That is just being a terrible driver. When you do that you are just BEGGING to cause a wreck. What are you going to do the day the person isn't paying very close attention and you ram into them?
User avatar #21 to #13 - theghostace
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Perhaps I should explain, I don't give them a full car length and then gun it in a game of chicken. Minor pause, 1/4-1/3 of a car length (usually enough for people to get their hopes up), and then quickly but precisely get along side. If things get messy, and i always hope they don't, i've done nothing wrong in a legal sense as i am not speeding nor am i the one making the ILLEGAL turn. I also see myself as a pretty good driver, been doing so for a while with no accidents or tickets, and that includes time playing these little games. Thumb up or down, I really don't care about the opinions when it comes down to it
#17 - mattdoggy
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(11/06/2013) [-]
>Going to the beach on a small island for 4th of July
>We are getting off of the bridge and are about to go to our hotel first when i first see IT
>at the stop sign we are waiting to turn right when i see it
>some idiot driving in the lefthand lane alongside us
>everyone else for a mile long is waiting to turn right and has gotten in the correct lane accordingly
>we wait for another 5 or so minutes until we are in the top 10 people in the front
>i happen to look over and see it
>that same driver
>with his blinker on trying to get over
>his face is clearly visible and full of confusion wondering "why won't anyone let me over"
>we keep going hanging onto our earned spot when it happens
>this THING decides it will make its way in front of us and dents the crap out of our car
>we get to the side of the road and call the cops because this creature keeps driving away
>the cops find it later and call us back personally
>they said simply that the crash happened because they were canadians
>mfw Canadians
#18 - adu
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I'm sometimes tempted to do this when I forget I have a turn. I've almost done this. I've come very close to doing this. What I usually do instead though is typically less scummy, or at least I hope so.

So I pull too far forward when I want to get into the turn lane, here's what I do...
>If there's nobody in the lane and nobody heading into the lane (I check my mirrors) then I just pull into it crooked... it's awkward, but not in anybody's way.
>If there are cars in the lane yet nobody behind me (like at all) then I'll back up a reasonable distance and either pull into the end of the turn lane or wait until the cars start taking their turns to slip in (at the END of the line, mind you)
>If there are cars in the turn lane and cars behind me, then I just suck it up, follow the lane I'm in, and take the extra two goddamn minutes it takes to manage a safe way to turn back around towards the light.
#7 - haqq
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User avatar #8 - recoveryone
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Sorry bro, every man for himself.