Seems you're outnumbered on that opinion. Many, many people have enjoyed this video, why not share?I don't know what's more depressing. The fact that you felt inclined engage this brain donor in conversation, or that you felt it remarkable enough to post it on here.
She's a chump. The world's full of them. Why the surprise?
What a lovely exchange. At least she recognised the concept of waiting your turn though...can see her now, driving patiently behind all the cyclists she encounters, holding up the traffic and gently letting any complainants know that she's just waiting in line
Loosely related, someone tried to overtake me last night at a pinch point and drove through a bollard and the funny thing about that is that they stopped afterwards because they thought they'd hit me. No clue at all but they did acknowledge, at least, that they should have just slowed down rather than trying it on. "It' ok," I said "you've learned and I'm not dead." Big yay for pleasant exchanges
Not sure how old some of you are, but when you took your driving lessons not much time was used educating us about cyclists and why they should be given room, or the advantages of having more cyclists on the road.
I did not watch the video, I seldom do.
Because anyone that cycles any real mileage will see this 10 times a week, so there's no novelty or surprise in it. If we all posted up videos of such Muppets the internet would break under the strain.Seems you're outnumbered on that opinion. Many, many people have enjoyed this video, why not share?
Better than the cyclist she was thinking of being stuck to the said windscreen !Completely off on a tangent, your voice sounds very similar to the magician Dynamo. ...Are you Dynamo?
Did the driver turn back from the exchange to see the card she was thinking of stuck to the inside of her windscreen?
Better than the cyclist she was thinking of being stuck to the said windscreen !