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#4: if you had to swim across the street, what makes you think it would be a good idea to drive a vehicle down that street?

Happened to me once... only I had to swim across the street... literally swim because the city I lived in had no storm drains. My mom conventionally forgot to pick me up on the day it was raining badly. When I got home, she was inside the house slipping out of the warm shower. I asked her why she didn't pick me up and she said she forgot. That's like forgetting you have a job or that you got paid that day. How can you forget to pick up your child when you do every other day except on the day it

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Happened to me once... only I had to swim across the street... literally swim because the city I lived in had no storm drains. My mom conventionally forgot to pick me up on the day it was raining badly. When I got home, she was inside the house slipping out of the warm shower. I asked her why she didn't pick me up and she said she forgot. That's like forgetting you have a job or that you got paid that day. How can you forget to pick up your child when you do every other day except on the day it

#4: if you had to swim across the street, what makes you think it would be a good idea to drive a vehicle down that street?

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Yes but then she'd be a liability to other drivers. You're not supposed to drive when you're tired, most obvious reason being incase you fall asleep at the wheel. &&, OP. I know your pain. But maybe whoever was driving the car had just got back literally seconds/minutes before you? That's what happened to me. xx

By  Zamax

I agree. it does your body good. Besides, rain is nothing compared massive amounts of undhoveled snow.

at least you don't have to walk to school and back everyday (3km) no matter what in the 40 celsius (100 farenheit) Australian heat because some douche-bag stole your bus pass

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