Tuesday, August 30, 2011

T-Boned

While driving my customary route home from my duty hours in my personal car, which has a Ham radio capable of receiving our work radio frequency, I stopped at the corner store to pick up some milk and eggs.

While I was walking to my car after just leaving the store, a blue Chevrolet Cavalier swerved from the street, jump the curb, crossed 85 feet of parking lot and T-boned the passenger side of my 1992 Eagle Premiere.

I walked over to the driver of the car in order to see if he was all right, and to get the insurance information from him, thinking of just how I was going to let him have it for wrecking my car, when the 6'4" man exited his vehicle, handed me a 1/4 full bottle of Canadian Club Rye Whiskey, and said, "Quick, get rid of this before the cops come, will ya?"

I took the bottle from him, as asked, and watched the look of relief on his face slowly transform into realization, and acceptance, as he finally bothered to look closely at who he was talking to.

I was in full uniform.

Stolen from: Phil of Phils Phun
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27 comments:

  1. That'll be hard to scrape off his shoe! bahahahaha!

    Have a lovely day, Sandee! Big hugs xoxo

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  2. Bwahahahaahahahahaha! Took me a second to get that. love it!

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  3. There's a new fool born every minute, my daddy always said. Sometimes they get re-born, even dumber.

    Big hugs, honey...

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  4. oops, sukkah!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxox

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  5. You gotta luv it. snerx.

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  6. Reminds me of an area where there were a lot of smash & grabs. We put a female officer in soft clothes. Chained a big purse to the front seat of a car and had her drive around the area.

    At a stop sign a brick comes through the passenger window and an arm reaches in to grab the purse. Since it was chained down it slipped from his grasp. So what does he do? He crawls half way into the car to get a better grip on the purse.

    The female officer sticks her gun about 6 inches from the guy's nose and says, What do you want?" After realizing there is a gun staring him in the face, he says, "I wanna bees somewhere else."

    You just had to see the video (hidden dashcam). The look on his face and his response was hysterical.

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  7. That's funny. Reminds me of the time I got side-swiped on the freeway. I started following the guy, and calling 911 on the phone. He finally gets off the freeway, and pulls into a parking lot to confront me.He just happened to pull into the police substation parking lot that I had on 911.I told the police, I'm right in the parking lot. They walked out the door, and arrested the guy. Not only for the hit and run, but also for drunk driving. The funniest part though was convincing the officer on the phone that we pulled into his parking lot. We had a good laugh about that as the guy was getting booked.

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  8. Woof! Woof! Happy Tuesday!!! Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  9. Good one Sandee. Just goes to show you, you should look before you leap. Have yourself one heck of a day.

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  10. Yep screwed big time!!!!

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  11. Good one, Sandee! :)
    I had a drunk sideswipe me on the road one time too. I don't know much about anything anymore as I was young (14) and pretty scared about the whole thing.
    The only thing I do remember was that I couldn't take the ditch as there was an 18 inch trail of gravel waiting to be spread on the road between me and the ditch.
    ..

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  12. I suppose the moral here is "look before you leap"!

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  13. Oh! dear LOL what a fool :-)

    Have a great day :-)

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  14. That is called digging an even bigger hole for yourself. Try getting out of that one!

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  15. What does someone in a full cheerleader uniform have to do with this joke? haha

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  16. Ha, hows he going to weasel his way out of that one...lol

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  17. Good one!

    Joyce
    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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  18. OOpsie! big trouble dude! Hope you get your car fixed w/o a need for a cocktail ;)

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  19. That is one of those, "That's what you GEETTTTTTT" things!!! :)

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  20. the realization of his foolishness!! haha :)

    have a nice week Sandee!

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  21. Guess it just wasn't the driver's day.

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  22. What a situation;-)
    My Brother in Law has similar stories...


    btw. Miss you and Z. The YouTube from our meeting is really great memories.

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  23. Oh, wow! I bet that was the beginning of the most unluckiest days of his life. :)

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