By chiraag87 - United States

Thanks, but no thanks

Today, I was called into work to fix up their projection system. I drove 40 kilometers in peak hour to get there. As soon as I parked my car and was about to walk in, I got a phone call saying "Don't worry, we fixed it, you don't have to come in." FML
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  perdix  |  29

Even worse, he used "kilometres" not "kilometers," and used the term "peak hour." The OP damn well better be a foreigner, because if he is an American who uses this language, he would need a beating.

  perdix  |  29

I love you, Mercy, I laught so hard my knickers fell off and so did my rubber.

I need to invest in a better pencil so my rubber stays put. Waight, that didn't sound right. . .

  Mikesta178  |  0

Argh! He's using the ENGLISH language correctly. Although 'peak hour' is kinda weird, 'kilometres' is a correct spelling. Maybe he got mixed up between 'rush hour' and 'peak time'.

  fireandice27  |  0

Congratulations to him for using the ENGLISH language :P

But yeah, we say peak hour here in Australia.. maybe it comes from all the American television shows we watch