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By cunting cunts - / Tuesday 29 May 2012 17:10 / United Kingdom
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18 - He was probably leaving his driveway or something. I refuse to believe that even this idiot is so stupid to be actually driving on the footpath.

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Those kinds of people deserved to be expelled from the face of the earth. They should be chained up in dark, dark rooms with only a pea size of water available. For entertainment, they scrape their long, dirty fingernails against old, dirty chalkboards. The awful sound will remind them of their school days, back when they were miniature sized turds, and free to roam the earth. It will remind them of the freedom they once had, but will never, ever get back.

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What I want to know is why OP used sidewalk- which I don't think I've heard any British person use here- we tend to say pavement. Odd :s

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Yeah, I really like that. I'm definitely going to have to be careful now because I'll be too tempted to drop that line on coworkers.

What a great figure of speech, I must use that sometime I can tell you feel strongly about this sir, by the looks of your username

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Of course you don't deserve to die, so remind yourself of that next time you hop on one of those deathtraps. Hopefully you'll be lucky and never get in a crash.

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Unfortunately it's not always the motorcyclist's fault. I'm sad to say I knew people who died because someone didn't think of bikes while driving. I'm careful while on road, and in my car as well, but not everyone is (like the kid in this FML) and it kills other people too.

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You're right, it isn't always the motorcyclist's fault. But like I said below, the blameless driver isn't going to magically become encased in life-saving armour. If some car-driver fucks up and plows straight into you, that's you shuffling off the mortal coil.

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That's obvious. But you can die in a car-vs-car accident too. What I am trying to say is that if everyone cared for each other it would be as safe to drive a bike as a car (as long as the motorcyclist wears an equipment). There would be only «fucked-up» accidents, no more «I-didn't-see-you (because I wasn't looking)». We are aware of our fragility thanks, but I'm afraid not everyone is.

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55-You honestly think that people just don't care for motorcyclists, and for that reason, they are less safe then vehicles? Let's just assume for a minute people actually do go around thinking 'I only care for other people in vehicles'. Even if that were the case, accidents will still happen. And if accidents happen, generally, being in an enclosed vehicle is safer then being fully exposed on a bike.

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PaulB123, I totally agree with you. There will always be accidents and motorcyclists will always be more fragile. I know there are people caring for us. I'm just trying to say they are not as many as they should be. You seem to be one of them, thank you for that.

By  b0ngs

Some young people should not have licences or be allowed on the roads. Thats how kids are these days.

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Some old people shouldn't have their licenses either. This has nothing to do with his age but rather his intelligence or lack thereof.

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