By laurlaur - United States
Today, my dad nearly had a head-on collision with another car, but I grabbed the wheel at the last second, potentially saving both our lives. He spent the rest of the car trip pissed at me because I'd "interfered" with his driving. FML
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  sexylegs17  |  5

Ok guys I know this is irrelevant, but my twin and I are staying over my friends house and were leaving tomorrow , my friend is mad at me because I didn't fight my mom when she told my twin and I that we were leaving tomorrow, she is mad because when she sleeps over , she stays for like a week and we have only been here for three days. However, the drive from our house to her house is 2 hours, and my mom Is coming down to south jersey anyways so she thought she should pick us up, and my twin and I didn't want to make her drive the two hours again if She's already coming tomorrow. On the other hand , our friends mom has offered to drive us back two days from now because she has work near our home. Please help me out guys , and post a comment , thank you so much (:

  juicedboi  |  7

Shouldn't hijack threads, and my advice is to stop caring so much about unimportant things. If you can't talk your mum yourself, then you wont get what you're after.

By  russianspy1234  |  11

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  laupow89  |  4

Yeah, that's a very convenient hypothetical... Except that dad apparently had no intention of turning the wheel since the OP only turned the wheel at the last second. Give me a break.

Reply dad has done this twice...the first time I kept us from going off a 20ft cliff over the ocean he said he saw it so the second time I let him and we ended up upside-down in a your point is completely invalid in OPs situation

  roobear  |  2

OP could easily be overreacting about what "about to get in an accident" means. The problem is that unless we were there, we cannot know what's really happening.

If OP overreacted AT ALL, she did a COLOSSALLY bad thing and placed both of their lives in danger when they otherwise were not.

if OP is not overreacting at all, then she did a fine thing.

However this is the kind of thing where you need to be ABSOLUTELY SURE before you grab the wheel from another driver. I do not sympathize with the OP at all. Don't touch another driver's wheel.

  hannahtaskey  |  9

So #5, let me get this straight. If you were about to die in a collision and you had a chance to save two people's lives, you'd sit there and do nothing so you wouldn't "interfere" with someone's driving?