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Actually, I'm 5 foot 1, so that explains the heels, and my brother was supposed to drive me, which is why I set out later in the first place.
By KK3137 - / Wednesday 13 March 2013 14:50 / France
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By  perdix  |  29

The bad news is that you don't have a spare tire for your car. The good news is that running in the snow with luggage means you don't have a spare tire around your waist.

By  Pleonasm  |  31

Are U(in)sain?

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By  lolnothanks  |  18

I am so so sorry OP

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  doodlecloud  |  26

I dunno, I'd be pretty pissed if I had to wait an hour. It's not the worst wait but it's still pretty long. Also, seeing as OP decided to run, in heels, in snow, I'm assuming the first train was pretty important. She could have had an interview or important meeting or something.

By  Pleonasm  |  31

Are U(in)sain?

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  BellaBelle_fml  |  23

You have disappointed the Gods of Puns! However, since you have always delivered excellent puns in the past, they will excuse your poor pun this one time. Just don't let it happen again! The Gods of Puns will not tolerate repeat offenses!

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  Bakarra  |  22

Not sure why this is thumbed down, I guess ill explain it as I understood it, in a double sentence. "Are U insane?" Since the fml is a girl who runs twenty minutes through the snow in heels while carrying luggage. "Are Usain?" An Olympic sprinter, since the fml is about running.

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  doodlecloud  |  26

32 - We didn't have a problem understanding it, we just didn't find a funny.

By  BriannaRWatson  |  13

So, let me get this straight. You knew it was snowing out. You wore heels anyway. Yeah, YDI but FYL too. Perhaps next time you'll wear proper shoes in the snow and keep your heels in your bag so that you don't have to run in the snow.

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  annie_nk  |  22

OP had no idea of knowing she'd get a flat tire in the snow so it's a total FYL. Maybe this can be a lesson to us all to have a spare pair of sneakers in our cars just in case.

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But who drives wearing heels?

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  KK3137  |  31

Actually, I'm 5 foot 1, so that explains the heels, and my brother was supposed to drive me, which is why I set out later in the first place.

By  perdix  |  29

The bad news is that you don't have a spare tire for your car. The good news is that running in the snow with luggage means you don't have a spare tire around your waist.

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  perdix  |  29

#26, it's French, so I think it's "Je pense que je peux. Je pense que je peux." Perhaps someone with a better grasp of French will fix this if I'm wrong. (In French, not only do they have Grammar Nazis, they have Grammar collaborators!)

By  Bacontree  |  14

I wonder what was so urgent that you didn't just walk normally and catch the next train.

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  emag_eht  |  18

Interview, an important appointment, meeting with someone she hasn't met with in a long time? Either way, it was important. It doesn't matter what it was.

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  KK3137  |  31

Correct you are. Taxis are absolutely no option, I live in a small town close to another small town close to a suburb of Paris, there are only about 3 taxis in that other town, and I don't recall ever having seen one in my town. We usually take buses and trains, but on rare days in winter the buses simply cannot get up the frozen hills because they don't have winter tires (we only get 3-7 days of full frost per year, wouldn't be worth the money for the tires), thus cancelling the bus lines for that day. My train was on one such day.

By  LolCandy  |  23

I hope you don't miss anything else important because of that. I hate having to run for the bus. However, heels? I'm guessing you had no idea you would be walking, right?

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