Why can’t the D.O.T. pave our highways with antacids instead of gravel? Then this crap wouldn’t happen to me.

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12 thoughts on “Why can’t the D.O.T. pave our highways with antacids instead of gravel? Then this crap wouldn’t happen to me.”

  1. Did the chip spread into a crack? <– okay that sounds wrong on a whole ton of levels so get your mind out of the gutter, you know exactly what I mean!

    We've had a chip on our windshield about 7 years ago, and it cracked about 2 inches from the chip, but they were able to do something where they stopped it from going any further, it only cost us about $25, and has held all these years.

  2. Yikes. That’s definitely bad luck. I’d be so pissed!

    I think your insurance company might just repair that chip rather than replace the whole thing. Usually if the “problem” is smaller than a dollar bill, they’re repair it instead.

  3. Dude, that BLOWS.

    Which reminds me, I’m overdue for the “stand right here while we TRY to squish your ginormous boobs flatter than a pancake between two cold steel plates and pull it to the other side of the room but have to keep readjusting and bitching because you’re so tall and have ginormous natural tits we can’t afford to buy ourselves.” test.

    I hate that damn test. And the skinny little twits who perform it on me.

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