By ButItWasRareDad! - 03/08/2016 22:21 - United States - Chicago

Today, my 15-year-old son was waiting in the car for me after driving around to build up hours for his permit. He then decided it was a good idea to quickly drive over to catch a Pokemon nearby. He didn't count on getting pulled over for texting and driving while underage without an adult though. FML
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sounds like your son isn't getting his permit anytime soon. sorry OP.

Too dumb to have a license. I think.

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sounds like your son isn't getting his permit anytime soon. sorry OP.

Not how it works bud.

@45 actually he is right. He would be cited for driving without a valid driver's license, the car could possibly be impounded and the citation would cancel his drivers permit causing him not to be able to apply for another for at least 6 months. That was the minimal punishment my friend got back in jr. high.

Why is this disliked so much? It's pretty funny

Too dumb to have a license. I think.

I wouldn't say dumb. Maybe immature, or easily distracted

Will next time he catching a Pokemon drop a big ass Rock spray, paint as a poke ball and say "GOT TO CATCH THEM ALL." FYL

Why would killing a child with a rock out of spite constitute punishment

Doesn't he know the point of the game is to walk to the Pokemon?

that sounds like one nasty ticket

I like your username, OP

Well, hey, at least he caught the Pokémon, I suppose.

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I'd keep the keys next time OP.. Did he at least catch it?

I guess it's a good lesson for him to learn as to why it's a very bad idea to drive and use your phone. Pokemon are not worth getting a ticket or taking someone's life because you weren't paying attention.

Not only that, but driving on your own while you are a new driver (as in still getting hours to fill temps) is dangerous too. You may think you know what you're doing, but a lot of things happen when you're driving that you never noticed from the passenger seat.