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Some guy in a Silverado got d!ckslapped today.
On my way home from work, there are these dangerously laid out freeway on ramps. There are two lanes, the right side has a signal light while the left side is meant for carpool and has no light, just a sign saying left lane doesn't stop. The trend is, people tend to get in that carpool side, hit WOT and blow by people who are leaving the light. I was watching it happen to cars ahead of me and decided if anybody tries it, I'll shut them down.
I pull to the red light, look in the mirror and see some homoerotic blue lights turn onto the on ramp and speed up. It was a Silverado, I'd guess about a 2010, the ugly ones that look like the designer used an etch-a-sketch. Light went green, I looked back and saw he was flooring it, I joined in. A chirp of the tires and my truck went into full squat, he had no choice but to slow down as I accelerated with the 4.7 screaming. We get into the right lane, I knew he'd try blowing by into the next lane, I beat him to it(and he did try, ended up behind me).
From there, we got into the fast lane, behind a BMW 5 series which was setting the pace at the typical 5MPH over CHP suggested speed limit. I knew the Silverado would get bored of this, I waited while pondering the fascination some have with these blue headlights. Sure enough, an opening comes and he takes it, weaves over two lanes and floors it. I saw a car ahead of him, he ended up getting right back behind me(dumbass). Soon he went for it again, and this time I got around the beemer and topped out my speedo, Chevyboy couldn't catch up. This trend went on for about 7 miles, him weaving around trying desperately to get ahead, me calmly staying ahead. Eventually he chilled out and my off ramp came up. I still don't understand the headlights, but they helped me keep track of how far behind me he was.
"I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me."
Hunter S. Thompson
Last edited by Drunk; 01-09-2013 at 09:28 PM.