that man forgot to bring his brain...

@Cutie18f (9562)
Philippines
January 13, 2013 11:12pm CST
This happened this morning while I was travelling using a trike. From the start I noticed already how speedy the driver was running the vehicle. His kind of driving was that of a racer, but I just kept quiet at first because there were other passengers as well, but I was preparing for the worse which almost came. As we were flying to our destination, a speeding truck was coming our way and it so happened that a loaded motorcycle ahead of us which had five people on it (a whole family) was slowing down to a stop but I noticed that our driver was not slowing down. The road was very narrow for three vehicles so it was obvious that we had to make way for the incoming speeding vehicle, but our driver just went ahead and came to a sudden halt only a little too late, missing the motorcycle riders by just an inch. Hoooh! My blood pressure shot up! This driver has no brains at all, it was very obvious, and if he had, I wonder how small it is! All I could do was grumble and mutter loudly about how some people don't use their heads when necessary. He could have maimed or killed the entire family with the kind of speed he was doing and with a mind that wasn't working.
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4 responses
• India
14 Jan 13
Hi cutie. Well the drivers in India are very similar too. I don't know what fun they get by racing a vehicle and endangering the life of the passengers. They have been doing this for so long and have not been a part of accident. And this encourages them to drive that way. I don't know when they will learn.. After they meet with an accident?? I totally agree with you. These people leave their brain at home before going for work. Have a nice day ... SuperShames
@Cutie18f (9562)
• Philippines
14 Jan 13
These male drivers are all a bunch of "I don't know."
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• India
16 Jan 13
Hi cutie. Well I am not in a mood to start the war between male and female war. But it is a fact that though male drivers are very rough but in the end they are more safe than the female ones. Hehe...
@Cutie18f (9562)
• Philippines
16 Jan 13
You think so Super? I feel safer when it's a woman who is driving. I am never at peace when a man is at the wheel. I am always on the lookout and I use my eyes to also warn him about people or dogs crossing the street, or vehicles coming our way, etc.
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@prashu228 (25485)
• India
14 Jan 13
hi I agree here the government drives who work for the government agencies are so absent minded they are responsible for more accidents and finally the worst thing is they show breaks fail reason and escape the case and severe punishments. They are so rash in driving the common people face many difficulties.
@Cutie18f (9562)
• Philippines
14 Jan 13
Yes, they always blame accidents on brake failure when in fact some people saw them overspeeding or maybe texting. So stupid, these people.
@roldango (231)
• Philippines
14 Jan 13
that happens almost always here in our place too. Drivers who are not that defensive should undergo training/re-orientation. Life is precious and so it really really pays to take extra care when driving!
@Cutie18f (9562)
• Philippines
14 Jan 13
How true. It seems like they just got their driver's license without understanding traffic rules.
@julyteen (13259)
• Davao, Philippines
30 Jan 13
Better you didn't spank his head for being careless. If he wasn't concerned of his life, he should about the people inside his tricycle. If I were present on the trip I will kick him or I will throw him outside and I will be the one to drive his motorcycle.