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By daisyann - / Wednesday 15 July 2009 23:55 / United States
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By  Arcterion  |  0

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  ashole1990  |  10

is it bad that i was thinking the same thing even though i am one seriously its not that big of a deal. show him the license, he writes you a nice little ticket and you pay your government geez nothing to cry over

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  heyyou1203  |  0

while i can honestly not remember the last time i cried (and i'm a woman), i still totally hear where you're coming from. it's people like the OP who give women a bad name of being over emotional, incompitent fools. suck it up god damn it! if you're so emotional over something like that, so much so that you can't function, you probably need strong medication so that you can function as a normal member of society.

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  letitbe56  |  0

I don't think the OP was crying to get out of the ticket...I think the OP was crying because her stress-responses are out of whack. There's a huge difference.

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  meeeep  |  0

the OP could have been a teenager that recently got her license. if that's the case, then i think she has a reason to cry over 1. being scared of what the cop could do 2. being scared of what her parents are going to do. if the OP is a grown woman and cried than it's another story, but some people are just more emotional than others and maybe OP is just stressed.

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  mentholyptus  |  0

I don't think the comment is sexist, because it's more likely for a woman to cry than for a man in this situation. Think about it, it's not necessarily an insult, just a form of stereotype. I was recently pulled over for allegedly going 103 in a 70, and I didn't shed a tear. All I said was "ok", "ok, here are my documents", and "thank you, officer" after she wrote me up a notice to appear in court.

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  _THE_MASTER_  |  0

alright, you're just jealous (as I am lol) that you cant show a little boob to get out of a ticket. too bad the OP didn't have this knowledge. of course, i also think this is fake as hell. non-compliance is not grounds for arrest, unless its for something MAJORLY serious. a routine traffic stop and a hysterical driver is not majorly serious. unless they're hysterically drugged out. i call shenanigans.

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  Hich17  |  0

I got pulled over recently. I didn't realize I was acting nervous, but apparently I was because the cop looked at me and said "Why are you so nervous? Are you hiding reefer?" I was not, incidentally, hiding reefer. But seriously, I was nervous but at least I still responded to the cop and gave him what he asked for, instead of blubbering like a ninny and getting myself arrested. Sheesh.

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  Arcterion  |  0

Oh man, I find it absolutely *hilarious* how half the people are going batshit insane with their "LYK ZOMG TEH SEXIST!!!11" comments. LIGHTEN THE FUCK UP, PEOPLE It's people like yourselves that are the reason nobody can take a fucking joke anymore. Way to ruin society.

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to #45...i just think its funny that your name is "idrivefast" and you're commenting on how you got a speeding ticket. and OP, you really need to get some things straightened out if you're going to burst into tears over being pulled over. he probably thought you were having a bad trip or something...

By  FarSide  |  22

Regardless if you have anger and road rage, or become easily distraught... If you cannot be in total control of your emotions, you do not belong behind a steering wheel operating a motor vehicle.

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Good point. I wouldn't want someone who gets that stressed out by a police officer driving a car. If the OP hit me with her car, she would probably just sit there bawling her eyes out while I bled to death.

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By  midwestjerk  |  0

What are you, sixteen? Seventeen? And what did you get pulled over FOR? Christ. It's a sucky experience, but most of the time you deserve the ticket. I got caught speeding once, when I was 18 - it was enough of a lesson for me. Pay attention to the road and own up to fucking up.

By  girlnexdoor  |  0

I was shaking when I first got pulled over. I pulled out about 5 different insurance papers before I found the right one to hand to him. So I understand your frustration. Acting all sweet and innocent will do a world of good though, I've been pulled over 3 times now, (never for speeding) and never even got a warning from the officers.

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  emzmcgee  |  0

Not necessarily, it depends on what you're being pulled over for, could have been a busted tail light or something, most cops are pretty laid back about that sort of thing, especially if you're nice and polite to them.

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  girlnexdoor  |  0

Yeah, first time I was following too close behind someone because they were going 45 in a 60 because they slowed down when they saw the cop parked. Second time for not signaling while coming out of a parking lot. Third time I got pulled over because I didn't signal on a highway. So yeah, all I've got was, "be careful next time".

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