For those who know that red cars just go faster than the others …
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Tagged as red car, Valiant
Please do not walk on the cars? Vroom vroom!
Or, we’ll take drastic actions …
The same gent in Court. The last thing I saw were the sad eyes of the pedestrian as he slid over the roof of my car.
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Tell me when it’s safe to come back to the comments area, Gerard. 🙂
I’ve never seen the half a person walking sign before. Maybe the red car went so fast it took off the top half?
I reckon you and Ralph should team up (along with Gerard) and do a guest blog, Sue! 🙂
PS It’s a signal that there’s a pedestrian cross-walk ahead.
I remember an elderly gent in court:” I did see the pedestrian, your Honour, but I swerved left than to the right, went straight ahead but I finally got him.”
Ahahaha, Gerard! You and Ralph would make a good team, I reckon. 🙂
And for people in other parts of the world….a jay walker is a person who insists on trying to cross the road where there isn’t a crossing and there are cars coming. It’s still considered jay walking when there aren’t cars coming but it doesn’t bother me if they do it then.
Yes, red cars do go faster. My mother bought a red Dodge Coronet (I think that was the model) that many years later became mine.
She drove my husband to the airport once….he said she just put her foot down and drove like a “bat out of …..”. Yup, that was my Mom.
Is the “two legged” sign warning you about jay walkers? We need them here if that’s the reason. The signs….we already have enough jay walkers that need to not wear dark clothing at night.
No, it’s a warning that there is a pedestrian crossing ahead, Michelle.
Oh, goody, the place where I would actually expect to find a pedestrian.
In pic #2 I wonder what the two legged sign means ? “No-body welcome” perhaps ? Have a lovely weekend Yvonne xox ❤
Argh, I can’t think of a snappy retort, Ralph. Anyhow, it’s an ‘armless sign, eh? 🙂 oxo ❤
Heehee ! Never mind. You’ll get your own back pretty soon I expect ! 😀
I wish you’d say tee-hee, Ralph. I’ve never actually heard anyone say that. 🙂 You’re right, I like getting even …
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