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what kind of shit head father do you have? who gives their kids advise like that? YDI for sure, your a fucking RETARD

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OP...ever heard of the bee sting syndrome? basically, since most people have only been stung by bees when they were kids, it gets stuck in their heads that its gonna hurt WAAAAAY worst than it actually does...next time dont be such a pussy and just let it sting you, you'll be suprised

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I don't care if you're allergic to bees. There are better ways of avoiding being stung than swerving your car into the mailbox. Furthermore, you hit the mailbox and fled the scene with complete disregard for the owner of the mailbox. 1. You're a horrible driver. 2. You're a horrible person. Imagine if this was on a different street with more traffic. You could have hit a pedestrian or another vehicle.

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What a douchebag. The only time someone like you will ever get lucky is in his basement with a tissue & his right hand.

you swerved out of the way of a bee?? you know it would slide out the way and not be harmed if you hit it dont you? thats how they avoid rain drops

she didn't say out of the way of the bee, she just said she swerved off the road. She is probably afraid of bees, and didn't want to get stung, so she became distracted. She didn't do it to spare the bee's life.

If it was filled with cement I don't see how it'd be an issue...Ooooh you meant concrete, alright yea that would do some damage.

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Cement is a componet of concrete. To make concrete, you mix cement with aggregate (gravel, sand, ash, etc.), water and maybe some chemicals.

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Ya know, even if it was actually cement, it would still do damage, right? Maybe you have never seen it, but I have seen a car drive through several bags of cement that fell onto the interstate before and totaled their car as a result. No, cement isn't the same as concrete, technically speaking, but it's still something that would damage your car if you drove through it.

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Yea, I was just trying to make a point, concrete is on average 900kg/m^3 more dense than cement, depending upon aggregate content.

ok ready. a bee flew into her car. swerving the car would not help avoid hitting a bee inside the car. but if something is in your car you may be distracted and swerve. edit this was for #8 stupid fml site...

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