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Today, I went outside to scrape the inch and a half of ice off my car so I could get to work. After half an hour of intense scraping, I realized that it wasn't my car. FML

By Anonymous - / Monday 1 February 2010 20:56 / United States
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  Shystai  |  0

Your attention span sucks. You didn't remember 1. The color of your car 2. Your type of car 3. Where you parked. YDI for being an idiot, who has the brains of a goldfish.

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  primogen18  |  0

Agreed, I've almost done this a couple times. In a crowded parking lot outside of my apartment where anyone parks anywhere, it can happen, especially under a bit of snow and coated in ice. People need to back off a bit.

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  israelnotjacob  |  20

No I live in Minnesota where scraping my car off is often a daily chore, and yet I don't buy this story for a second. Yes if it was completely covered in snow I could see not noticing it was your car for a minute or two, but even that is unlikely. Usually after even a big snow enough of the car is still visible that you could tell if it was yours, and even if by the slight chance it wasn't you would start to notice after only only a minute of wiping the snow off. Even if the car was common model and color it's not likely. I guess if it was the exact same car then it's possible, but even then I find it hard to believe that you wouldn't see something to tip you off within a few minutes.

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this is obviously fake. i live in central new york and you dont scrape off 1.5 inches of ice, nor do you really see that very often. what you do, is get a screwdriver and chisel thei ice from around the door, then turn the car on max heat, but even then it would prob take hours to defrost the windshield.

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  jdcrazy  |  0

I herd the same shit on the tv.some one taking a half hour getting there car unstuck and wasn't theirs.either it was this dumbass or your,your own dumbass lol

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  olisykes_  |  0

@gayinsecureabsguy, I was replying to your comment, not the first post. I'm not a fucking sad attention seeker who puts googled pics of shirtless guys as my display pic... you're not really that witty. no one gives a fuck about what you have to say.

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  Sionnach  |  10

Today, I overslept. Dashing out the door, worried at how much later I'd be due to the state of my car, I found that a very considerate neighbour had for some reason taken the time to scrape the ice off my car. It Made My Day.

By  jrmint  |  0

I know with the recent storm here over the weekend you could only tell it was your if you knew exactly where your car was located so that is understandable.

By  The_Toxic_Mite  |  0

You did kinda deserve it, but, to be honest, your life does suck for not being able to differentiate between your car and the car you just scraped, especially when most of it's under ice. At least you did a job for another person. :)

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