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Apr 11, 2005
Hi everyone....its been a while!! Just thought I would throw this one into the ring about my other halfs driving. I have noticed recently how distracted she gets to the point were I am almost terrifeid by her lack of fundemantal car protocol...let me explain.

Ajusting rear veiw mirror to check if makeup is ok, while searching for a murrey mint that as rolled under her seat, while texting her mate about work? Driving as to what music is playing on the radio, I.E (candi staton, young hearts run free) 100mph... Sarah Maglauglin ballad ...20mph!! Is it me or do women just get fearless behind a steering wheel and everyone else on the road is a nutter? We must of argued about ten times in the short car journey we had yesterday from what radio station we wanted, hers (heart) me 90.9 for the footie. Apart from nearly putting my right foot threw the footwell everytime we approached a roundabout when braking from 80 mph to 0 in a distance of 10ft, I can honestly say it was an experience I am not in a hurry to repeat. Most men drivers are decisive, they see a gap and thats it, we are in...No not my missus, we are left in the right hand lane indicating for at least half an hour while everyone else is flashing her to move but she is oblivious to the fact. I personally think that once women reach a certain age , say 40, that they should be forced to take a retest as not to endanger others and a course on what a warning light on the dash means.


The Font of all Knowledge from Russia⭐
Staff member
Nov 2, 2008
The only thing my bird does to **** me off when she's in the car is to drive it