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By wonder woman - / Saturday 8 September 2012 04:47 / United States
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Wearing shorts and flip flops is actually preferable in the rain. Skin dries off much faster than clothing. The alternative would have been to wear long pants (unless you decided to wear a skirt; though I'd imagine it wouldn't be fun wearing one while having to bend down and change your tire) and regular shoes, meaning your socks would have become damp as would have your pants. Now THAT would have sucked.

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AAA will come help with a flat, if you lock your keys in your car, if you run out of gas, they will come put a gallon in your tank(there is a limit how many times they will give you gas though), and a host of other services---definitely not just for breakdowns

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Why should she call AAA if she knows how to change the tire herself? Yes I know it was raining and her outfit wasn't ideal for changing a tire but it seems dumb to get someone else to do something she's capable of doing herself.

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84- Having Roadside Assistance, or AAA, doesn't mean you don't know how to change a tire, or jump start a car. I know how to, however, if I break down, I'd rather pay a professional to come and do it, rather than me do it on the side of the road. Plus, it's more often much more handy. Like it's dark, or you're in your business clothes for work.

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84 - If you didn't drive like a reckless moron and weren't so hard on your tires, you wouldn't have had to change them. Besides, that's like saying everyone should know how to fix a computer. It's not going to happen and this is why we pay people who can and do it for a living.

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Please explain how standing in the rain would cause one to catch a cold. I hate this old wive's tale, almost as much as "If you keep making that face, it'll stay that way forever!"

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Ah, of course! My mistake. I must have missed that day of doctoring school or something. But Aids? Surely you meant "SuperAIDS". And you forgot herpes, leprosy, and bubonic plague, silly.

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I think they were honking that she was hot. But people don't stop to help anymore because the amount crazy people who use the attractive girl as a trap to rob them.

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Flipflops in the rain? Short shorts in the rain? People these days just want to look good and that usually means wearing the least amount of clothes possible. They don't care about the weather, but if they come to me complaining about being cold...

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121: how do you know it was raining when he started her drive? I know here in Ohio, it can go from not a cloud in the sky, to heavy rain and back again within one hour. Same thing happens in OP's location.

I'm not a misanthrope, but expecting people to help you in a pouring rain is too much to ask. If you saw someone changing their tire, would you get yourself soaked to help them?

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Most people don't stop to help on a sunny day (not all just most) so it is logical to say that in the pouring rain some people who would have helped will not help because of the rain

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#5 wouldn't YOU want someone to help you, if you were in OP's situation? I do to others as I would like them to do to me:) it's just polite, and courtesy.. But not many people are that polite these days... :/

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Color me paranoid, but I almost never stop to help anyone on the road. While I'm sure most people are fine, There's always that awful nagging thought of "what if they're just trying to mug me or sell me to the black market?" people are hard to trust these days

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73- by 'horror films', Do you mean the local news? Because yes, that shit actually happens in real life too.. I guess it just depends on where you live. You can call it paranoia, I'll call it being cautious ;)

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People should just get roadside assistance. In Australia, it only costs $150 annually for it, and I never have to worry about being stuck, or not having anyone to help.

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63 has a point. There are many gang initiations that involve reeling in some good samaritan to give them an ass whooping. Other times it's just some psycho wanting to cure their itch to kill. Where do you think horror movies get inspiration sometimes?

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They probably honked for your outfit..but yeah, unfortunately world is full of people who simply don't give a shit about anybody else but themselves. Sorry op, I don't know where are you from (mobile app doesn't show it) but if you have there a service like AAA, get it...very helpful at times.

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I'm not saying the flip-flops caused the tire to blow out, it's just a general health and safety thing. I just think you can't assume they were honking because they found the situation funny.

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It is actually illegal to drive barefoot in some places. Wearing flip flops is not. Flips flops win. I've been drivin for years and I have never known anyone who had that problem and I have definitely never had that problem.

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This may be a stupid question, but wouldn't the same go for high heels? And women drive wearing those. I personally always just take my flip flops off and near my seat when driving. Easy to put on if I need to but not in the way.

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I'm sorry OP! Don't give up on humanity just yet, I would have helped you... Sorry those bastards didn't stop, was just a bad run. Most people are wonderful and will go out of their way to help! Am I right people or am I right?

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